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Crapfest – Win a Pair of Tickets

Planetmosh has teamed up with Crapsons to offer one lucky winner a pair of guest tickets for Crapfest, to be held on 25th August 2019 at Phase One, Liverpool! Find out all about the event here! To be in with a chance of winning this fabulous prize ‘Complete the title …

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Crapsons – Deaf Centre, Chester – 15/03/19

Chester’s Deaf Centre, which sits next door to the iconic Telford’s Warehouse, by way of Restless Bear Promotions, has become an up and coming venue for the popular underground scene. Tonight, it’s punk duo Crapsons opportunity to shine as they make their Chester debut. This was my first visit to …

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Crapsons release first batch of live dates for 2019

  Liverpool duo Crapsons  have released their first batch of live dates for 2019. The punk outfit, who’s recent EP release ‘Deaths & Spelling Mistakes’  is reviewed HERE,  will be heading out (so far) to the following venues: Apr 27th – Bangor, Skerries June 15th – Birmingham, The Dark Horse …

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Crapsons Interview – The Skerries, Bangor, North Wales – 30th December 2018

Tonight I had the absolute pleasure of meeting and chatting to Andy & Mike AKA Crapsons before their gig at The Skerries, Bangor. Two cracking guys who gave me a good and informative insight into their first year as a band, together with their future plans and aspirations going forward. …

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Crapsons / Uncle Peanut / Spam Javelin / Dilation – The Skerries, Bangor, North Wales – 30/12/18

I’ve always believed that it is vital to review and support up and coming talent whenever I can. Tonight at The Skerries in Bangor, North Wales I witnessed four solid reasons why I continue to do it. I also took the opportunity at this gig of chatting with Mike & Andy from …

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Crapsons – Deaths & Spelling Mistakes

Crapsons are a punk rock duo from Wirral. Well known for their on-stage energy, they cross over heavy, distorted punk riffs with comical, tongue-in-cheek lyrics, singing about every day pressing topics from death, sheds and biscuits. So after the success of their first single ‘You don’t Know When You’re Going …

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