Brighton and Hove News »A punk night at Prince Albert with Hagar The Womb and his friends
Prince Albert at the top of Trafalgar Street in Brighton will have his windows booming and his walls shaking on Saturday 30 October 2021 as there will be a night of punk revelry led by Agar the uterus.
Hagar The Womb is a female punk group, which was part of the British anarcho-punk scene from 1981 to 1987, with releases on Mortarhate and Abstract records. They recorded a session of John Peel at the world famous Maida Vale studios for BBC Radio 1 on February 11, 1984, which was broadcast nine days later. The recorded songs were ‘Miss World Today’, ‘Armchair Observer’, ‘By Obligate’ and ‘A song of deep hate’.
Hagar The Womb originally called it A Day in 1986, but then reformed with all of the original band members in 2011. They released records on All The Madmen and Grow Your Own Records as well as their own label – One Bright Spark Records. Current status – alive n ‘kickin’ and can’t wait to go!
More information on Hagar The Womb HERE and listen to it HERE.
Night support will come from The Bone Archives and Pog.
Based in Brighton Bone records are a band that captures the times with a post-punk emergency banquet, tectonic grooves, incendiary lyrics, swampy blues and garage-fueled riffs.
More info on The Bone Records HERE and listen to it HERE.
Pog are a folk / punk band who tell stories of everyday failures over disarming and catchy acoustic soundtracks.
You can read more about Pog HERE and listen to them HERE.
Do you want to know what the evening will look like? Well, the music team at Brighton & Hove News reviewed the band’s last joint appearance at Prince Albert on January 18, 2019. Read our review HERE.
Take your tickets HERE or at your usual ticket office.