A riddle so strong


Grunge is NOT dead: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. … Grunge was NOT as dead as a doornail.*

So to reflect this wondrous fact, Radio Seattle are back in action one final time in 2016, and it promises to be a grunge-filled night. Christmas is round the corner, the geese are getting porky and feeling their collars, and nothing screams Christmas like a good checked shirt. (8 Way) Santa would approve.

We’re at the Fiddler’s Elbow, Camden, on Wednesday 7 December, part of a mighty fine line up with Subterranean Popular, Free Recovery and Brothers in Chains. Grunge classics, grunge originals; what more could you ask for?

Tickets £5 – adv here or on the door. If you’re in a polite mood and want to let us know you’re swinging by, feel free to tell us here. Go on now. Go on, go on, go on. Go on.

We’ll have one new cover on display. I’ll leave you guessing but there’s a clue in the post title… And should that not be sufficient to entice you out to a lovely warm pub on a cold December evening, here are a couple of videos from our recent Croyattle appearances: the first the whole band, and the second Jonny and me doing an acoustic unplugged.

* Hope someone out there gets the literary allusion. Clue: it’s about the right time of year for it. Second clue: Michael Caine’s finest acting hour came in a film adaptation of the book. Third clue: the author’s name rhymes with Grarles Pickens. Fourth clue: really? you need another clue?!


About Mark Anstee

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