Drunken sailor - ep for charlotte

Cronicas Terrestres EP by Malos Modales, released 15 January 2016 1. Todo Esta Bien 2. El Mundo Nos Mata 3. Preguntas Insignificantes 4. Cronicas Terrestres Totally ...

With the glossy festival programme firmly in hand, we headed en masse to the natural amphitheatre above the stage. The Sunnyboys from Sydney were on. They had at least one great song in ‘Happy Man’ and didn’t lack for energy although the set was a little samey overall. Auckland’s Herbs were better.

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In recent years, the band's work has been critical of British politician Nick Clegg , with the 2013 song Coalition Government Blues describing the Liberal Democrats ' leader as "liking his perks". The band's 2015 album Yellow Leader was widely suspected of referring to Clegg, with yellow being the official colour of his political party.

Wonk Unit were formed several years ago by Alex Johnson, formerly of The Flying Medallions , I’m told they began as a performance art project, essentially a vehicle for vocalist Alex. Alex Johnson is a one off. He provokes reaction. Poet, songwriter, performer, "tourtured soul", there isn't much that life hasn't already thrown at him.
Wonk Unit have released several albums on CD and become one of the hardest working bands in the UK, playing countless gigs (I mean, they even have their own festival, Wonk Fest!).
An obvious reference point would be Snuff (hell, Duncan Redmonds even plays on some songs and occasionally drums for them live), with the perfect UK pop- punk sound, organ and horns. Wonk Unit are much more than that though, with songs that are fun, energetic, heartfelt, thought provoking, angry, hilarious, exciting and catchy as fuck.
Never afraid to push boundaries, whilst having a sound born out of Snuff/ Wat Tyler/ China Drum, they still have an originality that makes them unique.
With songs chosen by the band, Johanns Face and Drunken Sailor and taken from the albums 'Trolleys, Muffy, Nervous Racehorse and a couple of exclusive songs, we think it is the perfect introduction to one of the best UK bands.

Napster, eh? Who remembers those sites? Where - wow - you didn’t have to pay for your music (if the site had it). Assorted court cases and many decades later we are stuck with several sad truths.

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