Semi Skinned and semi skilled...
If you hack your way into the chest cavity of 'The Cambridge Music
Scene', you will find a R*E*P*E*A*T heart beating there. Where 'music
promoter' sometimes is little more than a business title these days,
R*EP*E*A*T promote local music in the original and deepest sense, from
putting local bands on stages and releasing their music on CD to supporting
and defining the scene through the R*E*P*E*A*T fanzine. Record titles
such as 'Oh Grantchester So Much To Answer For', 'Straight Outta Cottenham',
'The Dustbin of Histon' and 'It Takes a Nation of Miltons' tell you
all you need to know! R*E*P*E*A*T have just celebrated their 10th birthday
with a massive bash at the Junction, proving that there is an alternative
to the corporate alt.pop behemoth that tries to convince us that their
new skini-jeaned, identi-kit, semi-skimmed (or as me granny says 'semi-skilled')
pop band is the next Clash.
If you ever find yourself becoming part of the establishment, or turning into the thing you hate, read the 'History' blurb on the R*E*P*E*A*T website http://www.repeatfanzine.co.uk/. Learn to recognise the warning signs and act!