tisdag 8 december 2015

Diverse scenkaraktärer summerar 2015 - Neil (No Quarter, Queensbury Rules)

Paco avrundar 2015 med att låta scenkaraktärer från Sverige och utlandet enligt ett standardiserat formulär och ur ett subkulturellt perspektiv utvärdera 2015. De "intervjuer" som är gjorda med icke svenskspråkiga har jag låtit bli att översätta, såväl för att spara tid som för att inte omedvetet färga svaren.

Neil är en imponerande lång engelsk gentleman som bor i Bristol och spelar bas med prominenta orkestrar som No Quarter och Queensbury Rules.
Music Release of the year:  - I've been impressed by the Last Crusade 7", Crown Court 7" and B-squadron 7", Bakers Dozen's latest.....naturally the debut by No Quarter, not just cos I play in them, but because I feel it stands up against a lot of previous bands "debut" releases!!

Best gig of the year:  that's an easy one, Indecent Exposure at Blackpool, that was a brilliant day all round!!

Biggest disappointment of the year/worst release: disappointment for me was not playing enough gigs....not sure about worst release, can't think of any off the top of my head!!!!
Some other thoughts on the scene of 2015? Did something special, bad, sad or spectacular happen?
- It's frustrating how fractured and broken our scene has become because of the rumour mongering and all the blatant lying from the so called "punk police".... If it continues there will be no scene left for any of us!!!! Also the scene lost a few of its people, most notably Tony from the Rejects which is always gutting......

What's your plans for 2016? plans for 2016 is to play as many gigs as possible, get the 1st record out for Queensbury Rules and hopefully some new material from No Quarter!!!!!

Thanks Neil (QR/NQ)

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