Line up at the Half Moon Putney
The Jetsonics / The Cottonettes / Scarlett's Roses at the Half-Moon Putney (93 Lower Richmond Road, Putney, SW15 1EU)
on Sunday 16th March
£5 adv / £6 door
Classic good time rock'n'roll band, a great reminder of the late 70's early 80's punk pop era of Buzzcocks and The Undertones and there's hints of Supergrass too with the catchy choruses and memorable riffs.
"Punk rock as it should be" - Melita Dennett (BBC Introducing)
The Cottonettes from the Surrey/Hampshire borders who formed in February 2012 consist of a hair dresser, an ex navy sailor and a salesman.
They play punk flavoured pop songs that are loved by fans of The Clash, and The Jam.
"Sounds like Jimmy Pursey (Sham 69) fronting The Buzzcocks - we like that very, very much" - Simon Raymonde (Cocteau Twins & DJ on Amazing Radio)
"Make you want to jump out of your seats and start “Pogoing” " - Timothy Forker (Forkster rOCKS It oUT)
Their momentum over the last few month has snow balled having received great press on a lot of the indie blogs, a lot of air time on the indie radio stations like Amazing Radio and have brilliant endorsements from promoters and other known industry types most notably BBC introducing.
Scarlett’s Roses are a live pop band hailing from South London. With their honest lyrics and catchy melodies, their unique British sound will have you humming and singing along for days.
Guitarist Daniel says, "Essentially we are a pop band, but we show elements of ska and hip-hop with a retro sound. We want to take people on a journey, so they feel they are the person in the song." Singer Ryan adds, “We’re telling stories that people can relate to, whilst making them dance and putting a smile on their face.”
March 7, 2013