Our Next Show

This month we welcome a new act to The Real Music Club. Damidge were formed by frontman Al Damidge in South London in 1987. In the band's 1990's peak, members included guitarist Alex Pym (Dream Machine/Zub Zub) bassist Roly Wynne (Ozric Tentacles co-founder) and Drummer Conrad Prince & Keyboardist Christopher "Seaweed" Lennox-Smith. They recorded their debut album, 'Fax of Life' in 1994 at Foel Studios, North Wales. However the album was never released due to the band's breakup after Prince and Seaweed left to play with the Ozrics on their US tour. The demise of the band left its frontman in deep depression and Wynne to a tragic suicide in 1999.

In 2013 Al reformed the band with Pym back on guitar, Mitch Lapute on bass and cos on drums. They recorded the EP, 'Limitation' the following year and are now playing regularly throughout the underground scene

We extend an excited welcome back to The Weird Things. They are a four piece band from South London.This band is made up of Simon who is the Bass player in CASE since 2013 and played guitar with The Riffs in the 80's... Martin is the drummer in CASE, and was in Blood and Roses and Dirty Love.... Mr Jan was the Bass player of Dogbonfire and we have the brilliant Charlie on vocals.

We have another debutante opening the show but Chuck SJ Hayis a debutante with attitude. She has been a staple of the Brighton music scene as both a performer and promoter as well as the indomitable lead singer of revolutionary punk band Echo & The Beats. The Kickstarter funding for their self-released debut album 'Mood Swings' was obtained in just 48 hours from their devoted fans.

You know you are on to something special when an artist feels like they are directly attacking you and you are urging them to continue! Brighton folk-punk artist Chuck SJ Hay is as in your face as anyone you have ever heard, continually challenging views on equality, sexism, sexuality, capitalism, the family unit and anything else they wants to address

A full on in your face gig at the Real Music Club

Tickets available from Resident Records and We Got Tickets


24th November 2017

The Prince Albert,48 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, England.

01273 730499