|12th November 2022|
The Voodoo Rooms
19a West Register Street, Edinburgh New Town EH2 2AA
£8 + bf
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While Manchester has always been a city synonymous with music, its punk scene has always played second or indeed third string to its more indie-orientated output. Enter Proletariat, a band who’ve been doing the rounds for just 16 months, and who successfully bridge the gap between the snarling swagger of ‘70s punk and the effortless cool of contemporary indie.
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