Norddeutsch und echt. SMEGMA in Kiel!

Den Lokalbonus haben ganz klar SMEGMA für sich gepachtet. Als echte Schleswig-Holsteiner Jungs dürfte sie ein Heimspiel haben. Zudem dürfen auch sie bereits ihr 25-jährigen Bestehen feiern. Was da dann abgehen wird, muss man ja wohl nicht noch beschreiben. Wer nicht da ist, hat selbst schuld und muss sich die Haare wachsen lassen.

Sie werden am Donnerstag, den 25.05. in der Räucherei abgehen wie Schmidt´s Katze oder so ähnlich …

Wir freuen uns aus die Jungs aus Kreis Segeberg, aus Kaltenkirchen und aus Bad Bramstedt und was weiss ich noch woher !!

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Genre
Oi! / Punk
Band Members
Stahly: Trommel
Eike: Vocals
Stahmer: Gitarre See more
Home Town
Kreis Segeberg/ Kaltenkirchen/Bad Bramstedt
About
Oi!/Punk Band Schleswig Holstein/HH
Biography
Es begab sich zu einer Zeit, als in Rostock Asylheime brannten. Überall in Deutschland wurden fast täglich Übergriffe auf Ausländer und Brandanschläge auf ausländische Einrichtungen gemeldet. Und fast immer hatten die Berichte etwas mit Skinheads zu tun. Nun war es aber auch so, dass es einige Menschen gab, die noch wussten was Punkrock, H/C, und Oi! ist, die nichts mit Parteigeschisse zu tun hatten, die sich zusammen mit türkischen Jugendlichen (Kings R.I.P.) mit Faschos gebeult haben und die so gar nicht zuzuordnen waren. Immerhin sahen die ja so wie die Skinheads aus! Geographisch gesehen war Bad Bramstedt das Stahlingrad Schleswig Holsteins, denn im Westen war Kraftschlaggebiet, In Hamburg Commando Pernod und ein Teil Störkraft, Neumünster war auch nicht so S.H.A.R.P. affin und im Osten waren es die Holsteiner Jungs. Die “unpolitischen” Hamburger, Lübecker, etc… Skinheads haben wir dann erst später kennengelernt. (Ja! Es gab noch mehr!) Na ja, auf’m Land dauert es halt etwas länger… Da aber auch unsere ausländischen Mitbürger und regionale Punx etwas irritiert schienen, wurde aus einer Bierlaune, von drei eben dieser Menschen (Kadde, Eike, Stahly) Smegma geboren um zu zeigen, dass es auch anders geht. Schnell wurde noch jemand gesucht, der eine E-Gitarre besaß. Lars kam hinzu (um ehrlich zu sein, wurde Lars gezwungen, sich eine elektrische Gitarre von seinem Konfirmationsgeld zu kaufen) und um das Ganze abzurunden, stieß dann noch Micha als zweiter Sänger dazu… Fünf Skins, die eigentlich blutige Anfänger waren was ihre Instrumente anging, was Musik anging, die aber etwas sagen wollten… Und wir haben es gesagt! …2 b continue…
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He is back! JUDGE DREAD MEMORIAL in Kiel

Müssen wir dazu noch etwas sagen? Wir haben ihn im Himmel angerufen und er hat spontan gesagt, er kommt runter, die Skins zu unterstützen. So einfach war das !

Der Judge wird vom Himmel an die Förde am “International Ska Night” am Freitag, den 26.05. , über euch urteilen und richten !

 

 

 

Band Members
The Upsessions featuring “Flo”
Home Town
Amsterdam
Biography
So you thought Judge Dread was dead?…well,not in our hearts,and probably not in yours either.
In 2011 the Early Reggae band “The Upsessions” met Flo at one of See more
Current Location
Amsterdam
Press contact
bosskingofska@hotmail.com
Booking agent
Moskito Promotion c/o Oswald Münnig> oswald@grover.de | info@grover.de

NO POLITICS, NO BULLSHIT, NO JUDGEMENT JUST 101% PURE BADOES! in Kiel

Noch eine dieser Vorkriegsbands gegründet 1979 in London. 38 Jahre EAST END BADOES also und nun sind mit uns in Kiel. Mit verdammt viel Tradition im Blut und stark verjüngt werden sie die Förde rocken und euch die 80er in den 10er Schädel hämmern. Es dürfte spannend werden. Die Spannung steigt am Samstag, den 27.05. in der Räucherei auf der “International Oi! Night”

Das T-Shirt will ich haben ….

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Genre
PUNK/OLD SCHOOL/1979
Band Members
Terry Hayes- Vox
James Kilpatrick- Lead Guitar
Dave Reeves- Guitar
James Cruttwell- Bass
Mark Killengrey- Drums
Home Town
Poplar
Record Label
E14 MUSIC
Affiliation
NO POLITICS, NO BULLSHIT, NO JUDGEMENT JUST 101% PURE BADOES!
About
See you at 22:10pm on Thursday 4th August on the Arena Stage at the greatest punk festival on earth! REBELLION!
Impressum
WE ARE ALL INTO A LOT OF DIFFERENT BANDS, GENRES AND ARTISTS SO WERE PUTTING ALL THAT INTO OUR MUSIC WE PLAY TO MAKE IT WHAT WE SOUND LIKE
Biography
EAST END BADOES ARE A WELL AND TRULY ESTABLISHED BAND WHICH GREW STRONG AND FAST IN THE 80S, THROUGH THE YEARS OF MUSIC RECESESSION THE BAND HAVE TAKEN TIME OUT TO WORK, WRITE AND RECOVER BUT NOW IN THE TWENTY TEENS THE BAND IS BACK WITH A BITE TO RECLAIM THE NEW STREETS, THE OLD FANS AND THE ORIGINAL SONGS
Gender
Male
Personal Information
THERE ARE MANY LIVE VIDEOS OF US ON YOUTUBE, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO VIEW, SHARE AND PASS THEM ON.
Current Location
London
Influences
TEA & COFFEE
PIE & MASH
RED STRIPE & GUINNESS
JELLIED EELS & SALTED PEANUTS

Laut und Lustig! VORTEX in Kiel

Ein Urgestein der deutschen Skinheadszene. Gegründet 1981 (auch das war kurz nach dem zweiten Weltkrieg, für die Jüngeren unter uns) und als man sich noch ordentlich auf die Glocke gehauen hat und die Welt noch schön in Schwarz und Weiss augeteilt war, da entstanden dieses überaus lebendige Oi!-Fossil. Sie haben es irgendwie geschafft bis heute zu überleben und aufzutreten. Und das wichtigste: Sie blieben sich all die Jahre trotz der üblichen Anfeindungen von allen Seiten treu. Dafür gebührt ihnen ein grosse Bühne! Allein dieses Phänomen war einer der Gründe diese Festung zur unserer 25 Jahresfeier einzuladen. Die symphatischen Hamelner um Tausendsassa Thomas Kroll – seineszeichnens Betreiber des Mad Musik Klub in Hameln – tuen es in Kiel also wieder und zwar auf der “International Oi! Night” am Samstag, den 27.05. in der Räucherei

Der Knüller des Abends: Sie werden zudem zusammen die Hymne von Oi! – The Meeting zusammen mit Volker Grünner  – seineszeichens Author der Hymne und  Gründer von 4 Promille (spielt heute The Porters) – einspielen. Man munkelt, dass sogar noch jemand sich ein Stelldichein auf der Bühne geben wird … dürfte ein interessanter Jam werden ….

Das Titelbild soll übrigens erst gestern extra für OTM in Kiel gemacht worden sein …

 

 

Sea Operation Oi! WARRIORS in Kiel

1981 nach den Unruhen um Last Resort – Eingeweihte wissen, worum es ging – wurden THE WARRIORS aus LR geformt. Nach einer wechselhaften Geschichte (siehe unten) sind sie nun fest in der Szene zuhause und haben beachtliche Erfolge abgeliefert. Mit dem SKINEHAD BLUES ist sogar ein richtiger Gassenhauer gelungen.

Am besten aus den Bandinfos hat uns übrigens gefallen:  “General manager: All of us.” 😉

Wir freuen auf den Blues in Kiel!

 

 

Press contact
warriors_hq@hotmail.co.uk
Booking agent
warriors_hq@hotmail.co.uk
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Biography
Circa 1981
Formed in late 1981 out of the ashes of The Last Resort,who after encountering one too many punch ups decided reluctantly to call it a day. This decision was not taken lightly and the band parted company with drummer Andy Benfield and recruited John Fisher to replace him. They also parted company with manager Mickey French or “Fagin” as he was known.
In early 1982 they played two gigs in in London, one at the 100 Club, the other at the Blue Coat Boy which at the time was known as “Skunks”.
This line up recorded “Horrorshow” for Oi Oi Thats Yer Lot LP and “Wicked Women” for the United Skins LP. In May The Last Resort album “A Way of life – Skinhead Anthems” was released by Mickey French. “Skinhead Anthems” was never intended as an album as it was just a bunch of demos but by then the band weren’t even playing under that name.
Line Up:
Roi Pearce – Vocals
Arthur Kitchener – Bass
Charlie Duggan – Guitar
John Fisher – Drums

After that Roi joined The 4 Skins, Tarot, The Resort (1988), The Heavy Metal Outlaws in 1993, then Horrorshow and Roi before reforming The Last Resort in 2003.
Charlie sold his guitar and bought a motorbike.
Andy appeared in a local band Big Mamoo as a keyboard player and later joins L.A. Doors to be replaced by Ben Mills.
Arthur meanwhile joins Diz And The Doormen, Alive & Picking followed by The Balham Alligators, Artur Kay & The Originals, The Cho-zen and The City Blues band to name but a few before reforming The Warriors in 1995.

In September 1995, Bieze, a skinhead from Belgium, wanted to do a “Last Resort” show in Brugge. Charlie and Andy are “unavailable” but Roi wanted to do it. Then him and Arthur fell out over musical differences. Basically Roi wanted to do a big rock show and Arthur wanted to take the money and run. So the original Last Resort vocalist in the shape of Graham Saxby is recruited after a chance meeting with Arthur’s wife.
The gig has to be put back from November ’95 to January ’96.In the meantime the lads team up with Daryl Smith (Cocksparrer, Argy bargy) and Dustin Burgess (Argy Bargy) and record the new album “The Full Monty”.
Roi, who owns the copyright of the name “The Last Resort” had agreed to a one off gig but hadn’t agreed for an album to be made under that name, so a compromise was reached when Arthur suggested The Warriors A.K.A The Last Resort. The first pressing of “The Full Monty” bear that moniker as does a video of a gig recorded in Cardiff a couple of months later. This line up of The Warriors also plays gigs at The Penny Theatre in Canterbury ’96 and The Cue Club in Herne Bay ’97. The Cue Club gig was also a launch party for the second album called “Noizy Bollox”.

Then in 1998 a mini album is recorded called “Bad Guys” with Bob Coltart (Maroondogs, Cho-Zen) and Steve Wyse on some of the tracks as Daryl and Dustin are so busy with Ska band The Mistakes.
The Warriors are then offered a small tour of Japan. James “Dutch” Ovens (Deadline, Gundog) and Tarik “Taz” Majeed (Gundog) are recruited on guitar and drums respectfully. They play gigs France, Herne Bay and Brixton before going off to a 3 date tour of Japan (Osaka twice and Kyoto).
This line up plays over 40 gigs together in 4 years including, Holland, Germany, Dublin, Belfast, Atlanta (U.S.A), Finland, Norway and London (7 times). They played Punk Aid, Holidays In The Sun, Holidays In The Smoke and Punk & Disorderly before recording “A Cross To Bear” in 1999. This album was not released however until 2000. In 2001, The Warriors recorded “Justice Not Politics” for the album A Tribute To The Business”.
Then in 2002 Arthur decides to retire from Oi / Punk. Sid of Section 5 joins and a gig in Canterbury in 2003 is the final gig with that line up.

Saxby decides to have a rest for various reasons and during this time the band lose James who decides to move to Bradford and Tarik gets a job away and has since played with East End Badoes and Viva Las Vegas.
Then in 2003 Roi reforms The Last Resort and Saxby goes to their gigs and ends up singing backing vocals quite a bit. After a while he wants to get The Warriors up and running again but is struggling to find a guitarist after a local lad was offered the job and decided he didn’t want it. Arthur suggests Tosh (Section 5) or Gary Lammin (Cocksparrer) or both but by this time Saxby is in a band of one so leaves it.

UNITE THE SCENE – brand new album.
15 tracks, 11 New Tracks, a reworking of Horrorshow plus 3 bonus tracks.
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Coming Soon

Is This England ?
The very best of Contempory Bristish Streetpunk compilation – featuring 3 tracks from The Warriors as well as tracks from Insane Society, Citizen keyne, The Black Mariahs, All Flags Burn + more.

3 tracks from the new album are available to listen to on our MySpace page

Saxby is bored and has an idea of getting a band of local lads together so that The Warriors are a proper band again, rehearsing regularly (??) and socialise a bit like the original Last Resort used to back in the 80’s.
In February 2007 after watching Crimewave at the Mill Inn in Deal, Saxby offers bass duties to Karl Taylor his old mate from Herne Bay but as Karl is quite happy in Crimewave he declines and suggests a mate of his, Russ Black, who is at the same gig. After rapidly recruiting David Turner Rowe on guitar(who said he would a year previous) and a loan of Chris Hogg from Crimewave, until a permanent drummer can be found, Saxby has a glint in his eye as he can see the start of a new era for The Warriors.
Within two months and just as many rehearsals (i.e. Two) the first gig with this line up at the Concrete Jungle festival at Camber Sands in April. What an absolute disaster, it came way too quickly and with that many rehearsals and an extremely pissed member of the band (Dave) it was as shambolic as you would expect. But they were going again and a gig at the Beercart Arms in Canterbury on the 29th of April (Saxbys Birthday) with Deadline and Crimewave was a vast improvement on the previous gig.
Unfortunately after that Chris had to go on tour in America as he is also a roadie and a drum tech. So the band had to cancel a gig and were struggling again until Ben Moss from local metal heads Demonbreed offered himself up as drummer. He also liked his punk so it gave us a bit of a metal edge with his drumming.
A few local gigs followed with Vice Squad (twice) Assert, Demob, Batteries Not Included (Malta), Vas Deferens and The Vibrators among others. Ben announced he was leaving and on 4th Jan 2008 played his last gig at The Railway in Ipswich supporting The Gonads.

Chris who had just returned from his trip to America and Europe rejoined and played his return gig in Ashford at Oranges less than one month and more than two rehearsals later, followed by a support slot to Sick On The Bus. Then in March we got offered a gig in Stoke supporting The Business, a headline show in both France and Belgium at the Moloko Bar.
Later that month The Warriors recorded a few songs at a small studio in Dargate as a demo.
One year on and April and May are busy months, April culminating in Saxbys 50th Birthday bash in Sheerness supporting The Vibrators followed by a gig with Red Alert
June saw the band headline The Bridgehouse 2 with Splodge and The Gonads, a gig with Menace and one supporting The Last Resort.

We finished off the year by finally recording “Unite The Scene” which was recorded at Perryvale Studios in London and mixed by us and the very able Pat Collier. And finished off gigging for the year with a superb night at the Bridgehouse with Frankie Flame and Superyob.

Unite The Scene having now been finished we shall be releasing it in March, hopefully at the Sham 69 gig in Gillingham

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