Skank you very much for a night overground

PUBLISHED: 17:11 17 July 2008 | UPDATED: 13:27 05 October 2010

UNDERGROUND music comes overground’ for the latest Skank You Very Much club night. An eclectic line-up of bands, all subscribing to the punk aesthetic, is playing at Spitalfield’s Gramaphone venue in Commercial Street

UNDERGROUND music comes 'overground' for the latest Skank You Very Much club night, writes Laura Aylett.

An eclectic line-up of bands, all subscribing to the punk aesthetic, is playing at Spitalfield's Gramaphone venue in Commercial Street.

The four new London bands are The Dissociates, Cutthroat Convention, The Yes Men and Penicillin.

The club is held every two months and aims to throw out the conventions of the mainstream by mixing psychedelia, thrash-metal, blues and jazz.

Skank You Very Much is on Wednesday July 23, 8pm to midnight, entry £3.

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