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Unknown Era

+ Smiley & The Underclass + King Punch

The Maze, Nottingham
Saturday 26th Jan 2019 7:45pm
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£5.50 inc. booking fee

£5.00 face value

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£11.00 inc. booking fee

£10.00 face value

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Unknown Era
A 9 piece musical monster that feeds on pure energy, the band has built a strong following around the UK and especially in the Midlands after gigging hard for 3 years. Shows have varied from small DIY festivals, toilet venues and street parties to 1000+ capacity arenas such as Rock City in Nottingham and The Venue in Derby as well as some of UK’s biggest festivals including Boomtown (3 times), Y-Not (twice), Beatherder, Splendour and Equinox.
The band mix a range of genres into a high energy soup with big sing along choruses, screaming guitar solos, blaring brass hooks and wild stage shows.
On forming, the band bonded over a mutual love of Reggae, Ska, Punk and a shared political and social awareness but since have added in influences as diverse as Funk, Soul, Salsa, Jungle, HipHop, Blues and many others.

'Hiphop, Reggae, Gypsy soundcombo that has the audience dancing and jumping instantaneously' – Leftlion

‘They don’t just bring the Party, they are the Party’ – Derby Telegraph

'A must see live band' - Dean Jackson, BBC Introducing/Radio Nottingham

Smiley & The Underclass
Wicked and wild Dub Punk outta London.
"Dynamite... Potent protest music for the times!" - The Duff Guide to Ska

"The perfect blend of righteous reggae and punk attitude to soundtrack the current sense of unease" - Vive le Rock Magazine

"Intense and heartfelt ... Truly unique" - The Zine UK

King Punch
A lively 7-piece ska-punk band hailing from London, England. Known for their energetic live shows, they are equally at home smashing together a blend of ska, punk, hard rock and swing in crushed London clubs, or up on big festival stages. Either way, everyone's going to be going home sweaty and happy.

Plus DJs after the bands until 2am

Venue Information


257 Mansfield Road