THE WATERLOO: “Locked in the Dressing Room” compilation on orange vinyl
COVID 19 HAS HIT THE GIG SCENE…BANDS, PROMOTERS AND VENUES ALIKE HARD….FACT!
It’s become pretty clear, that unless something can be done, on our own initiative, we would lose an integral part of the live music industry. Bands who play on big stages, have honed their musical and performance skills in many small venues scattered around Europe.
These venues need our support.
The Waterloo Bar ”Locked in the Dressing Room”
01 Nobelschrott – Barkeeper
02 Litterbug – Midnight dream
03 Band of the Underhand – 504
04 The Lee harveys – Words are Weapons
05 Slice of life ( Steve Ignorant) Whistle down the wind.
06 Wolf Bites Boy. – This is England
07 Angry Itch – Milo
08 Paul Carter – Dedicated to the Anti-Accousic League
09 The Satellites – Nightmare
01 Sadly Sally – Bored Man
02 Reaction – Keep it Weird
03 Lengthmen – UXO
04 The Fuckwits – Fair Trade Charlie.
05 Frau Blücher and the Drunken Horses – Smile (And shut your Mouth)
06 The Terrorsurfs – Horror face
07 Syteria – Stupid Girl
08 Desperate Measures – Phoney heaven
09 Dogtown rebels – Tears of a nation.
Through the Facebook page, personal contacts, and the venues, we’ve put together about 100 bands, who will appear on a set of albums, on Limited Edition Coloured Vinyl
The list of bands is almost complete and includes some well known touring acts, as well as others who may be less known but are regulars on the live circuit.
The albums have the Venue regulars, a handful of Headline acts, previously unreleased new/live/old material and the odd one or two that are regulars at one of the other venues, which will introduce them to a wider audience, and hopefully play at the other venues, upon reopening.
The initial list of venues consists of regular punk rock haunts around Europe, and its hoped that the profits raised from each release will help with cashflow for reopening and bankrolling shows as we exit this pandemic
The Waterloo: LOCKED IN THE DRESSING ROOM
is the first of the releases in support of this initiative with all profits going to the Waterloo, Blackpool, England