Sat 12 Oct


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Vic's musical adventure which has taken him from post-punk to postman began in 1976 when he formed the Subway Sect with assorted South London soul boys, Rob Symmons (aka Simmons/Miller) on guitar, Paul Myers on bass & Ray Price on drums. They formed at the suggestion of Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren (who wanted another band for the line-up of the 100 Club Punk Festival) after spotting Vic, Rob & Paul at a Sex Pistols gig. Despite their inexperience, Subway Sect made a successful debut at the festival.

They went on tour with The Clash on their White Riot Tour in 1977, as well as becoming a regular feature on the new Punk scene. They released their debut single, Nobody's Scared' / 'Don't Split It, in March 1978 on Braik Records, a label owned by Bernie Rhodes, who managed both The Subway Sect and The Clash.

More recently, the album 'Sansend', reflected Vic's interest in hip hop, sampling & dub. A mainly a beats-and-samples-based album. A modern sound underpinned by Vic's legendary songwriting talent, and it showed that the Mortlake maestro was not one for standing still in his musical career.

DJ: Rhys Webb (The Horrors) – vinyl set. Expect punk, post-punk, no wave and synth.

Make sure you don't miss a night of heavy punk dosage at The Piper.

This is an 16+ event.

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Doors open7:30 PM

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