This Easter, we covered our third festival, Easter Anarchy Weekend 2019 at The Waterloo Music Bar in Blackpool. Over the course of this amazing weekend, we conducted five interviews, plus two further interviews in the aftermath. The result is Eighth Day Magazine Issue Nine, 'THE AnARcHY ISSUE'!
Inside you will interviews with 'True Punk and Oi!' legends Resistance 77; Leicester fun punks Kid Klumsy; controversial and comedic Sutton-in-Ashfield punk outfit Hung Like Hanratty; renowned punk drummer and barber Stuart Meadows, known for pounding the skins for amongst others Resistance 77, English Dogs, 999 and Conflict; punk 'n' roll Birmingham-based five-piece Thee Acid Tongue; Dead Objectives and Hospital Food drummer and owner of hair accessories company Bad Hair Dayz Badja O'Connell and Manchester-based hardcore punk metal band Sonnet 13.
Elsewhere in Issue Nine, you will find a full report from Ginnel's debut gig at The Ferret in Preston; our review of the debut self-titled album by Blackpool punk band The Awkwards; our verdict on the Dexter Fletcher directed Elton John biopic Rocketman and our tribute to the late The Very Reverend D. Wayne Love of Alabama 3. Meanwhile, co-founder of Flicknife Records, Marco 'Frenchy' Gloder brings us the third instalment in the 'Frenchy's Rants' series; Mr. T joins us to express his views on the punk scene and concert photographer extraordinaire Gary M. Hough tells us what punk means to him.