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Sat 17 Nov // tbc + SOULFIRE // Sanctuary Aftermath

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Fudge Industries International and the Moorings Bar proudly present:

Saturday 17th November - ‘Sanctuary Aftermath' with DJ Jagermonster and two live bands.



"New Town Kings delivered. They were cool” - Scroobius Pip

Since 2006 the 9-piece Ska/Reggae band from Colchester, Essex, have been rocking venues and festivals across the UK and Europe with their own brand of ska, rock-steady and reggae. Last time they played the bar, they almost tore the roof off with a lengthy set of classy tunes and parping horns, and much dancing was done.

"During our time writing and performing as a band we have been lucky enough to play our music at an ever-increasing range of events, gigs, raves and festivals - including everything from Boomtown Fair and One Love to South London squats - with regular tours and European dates in between. Along the way we have been fortunate to share the same stage as hundreds of great singers and bands, with the most memorable including Congo Natty, Example, The Skints, Gentlemans Dub Club, Random Hand, and Dan Le Sac."


First act onstage 9pm, second act 10pm. Strictly 18+ only. Free entry before 8.45pm, £5 thereafter until close. DJ Jagermonster will be hosting our rotating clubnight, Sanctuary Aftermath, playing heavy metal, hard rock, and who-on-earth-knows-what-else. Headbangers unite! You can catch his night every Third Saturday of the month at the Moorings.

The Moorings Bar - The Place Your Mother Warned You About.

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A real firecracker of a contemporary soul band, with all the features of that classic soul sound. High energy and drive, breath-taking arrangements and delivered with all enveloping style, rhythm and furious energy. The band’s influences are many and diverse; The Small Faces, Humble Pie, PP Arnold, Etta James, Nina Simone, The Black Keys, The Black Crowes, Free, Neil Young, Sly and the Family Stone, Grand Funk Railroad, Credence Clearwater Revival, Jefferson Airplane, Led Zeppelin, Patti Smith, Stevie Nicks, Janis Joplin, Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, The Who, Prince, The Cure and The Smiths.


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