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Event Archive - GIUDA (Italy), Buster Shuffle (UK), Vicious Cycles MC

Thu. September 21st 2017 Rickshaw Theatre (No Minors)
8:30pm doors at 8pm
Tickets at: Neptoon Records, Red Cat Records, Highlife Records, Zulu Records
Presented by: Not Yer Buddy , 737 Productions
*Not Yer Buddy + 737 Productions Presents*

GIUDA (Italy)

September 21 @ Rickshaw Theatre
254 E. Hastings Street Vancouver, BC

$22 (advance) / No Minors
Tickets On Sale Friday July 21 10am PST
Available @ Red Cat Records, Neptoon Records
Highlife Records, Red Cat Records - Hastings
ZuluRecords Store and online @
Giuda is a five-piece band from Rome, Italy. Their mix of anthemic ‘70s glam hooks and the punchy delivery of early UK punk, has stunned listeners all across the globe.
Specifically the early 70’s pre-punk, glitter days when music was all about monstrous riffs, bousterous attitudes, high energy experimentation and fun. Giuda take that same glammy, proto-punk foundation and fuse it with the grimy, tattered muck of bands like Third World War, Eddie And The Hot Rods and Cock Sparrer to create a timeless arsenal of glam injected, pub rock classics.

Buster Shuffle Official built their reputation touring the UK with the likes of The Holloways, The Wombats, Goldie Lookin' Chain and Chas 'n' Dave, before signing to EMI offshoot People Like You. Uncut magazine gave debut album 'Our Night Out' four stars, while the follow-up LP 'Do Nothing' (which featured collaborations with Micky Gallagher of The Blockheads/The Clash, Roddy Radiation of The Specials and contemporary indie heroes Ian Catskillkin of Art Brut and Wag of The Infidels) regularly charted on European bestseller lists as well as featuring on BBC Radio and XFM. Sold-out shows in practically every major European city followed (from Berlin to Vienna and everywhere in between), as well as high-profile festival slots alongside the likes of Lee Scratch Perry, Frank Turner and massive arena shows in Italy. Since then, UK supports with Madness, The Blockheads, The Rifles and Shed Seven, along with packed out in-store Fred Perry subculture gigs have further enhanced the band's burgeoning reputation.


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