The Great Malarkey / Clan Dextine

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The Great Malarkey are a riot of gypsy, folk, punk, ska and cabaret. This is raucous, high-energy balkan mayhem born from the stories of friends, lovers, riots, night terrors and the Dalston job centre. These are the kids you didn’t mess with on the playground, and you wouldn’t mess with them now: an instrumental call to arms with lyrics that simultaneously sling an arm around your shoulders and punch you in the stomach.

https://batovrecords.bandcamp.com/album/doghouse

Clan Dextine takes his audience on a journey through bass and time namely from swing to ska, blues to Balkan, roots to rave and beyond. He likes to throw some globalized whomp and glitched-up stomp into the mix and has always got his swangin' D'n'B up the sleeves for when the moment is right!

FREE before 9pm, £3 after

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Twitter: @FoxFirkin
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316 Lewisham High St, SE13 6JZ
www.foxfirkin.com

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