Les Bof!

Les Bof!

After years as a musical enemy number one of the town council of Marseilles, Laurent Mombel estimated that his talents were ignored and wrongfully punished. In exile in the United Kingdom, Laurent, put himself about to find the musicians of Garage that were most endowed within their neighbourhoods - unfortunately they all were occupied and thus decided to make do with a few old tearaways met in the wild regions of Scotland - Thus Les BOF! were formed and after that, a series of concerts left them in the not very enviable situation of premier garage rockers of French language in Great Britain.

‘BOF!’ literally translates as ..don’t care!' or ..not interested!' but do not see there a group for which one would not have to be interested, but rather a group universally rejected by the established order - a situation, we are sure, you all know too well and with which you can only sympathize.

Les BOF! play regularly not only in the dull cellars and dusty cafes of Edinburgh and its neighbourhoods but also abroad - try to see them whether they come in your city - or better, invite them to play in your own living room - it will not cost you the eyes teeth – Vive Les BOF!

Laurent - vox
Angus - guitar
Colin - bass
Ross - drums

The Zambonis

"On paper, it sounds like a novelty: an album of songs that celebrate hockey. But in the hands of The Zambonis (a pop-rock quartet named after the ice-grooming machine), the concept is elevated to an art form that won't melt under the heat of critics or music fans. Despite the specificity of the album's theme, The Zambonis rock out like the best power pop units. What's more, they have a sense of humor about themselves…A timely and surprisingly appealing release."

--Billboard

"They're actually funny and actually rock!"

--Time Out New York

"Their new record is as goofy, poppy and puck-obsessed as their previous two…Hockey heads and indie rock fans, you'll love these guys!"

--ESPN Magazine

"The Zambonis may sound like a simple novelty act, but it scores repeatedly with a bunch of snappy little power-pop songs. Even if you wouldn't know what a slapshot was if it hit you in the face, you'll cheer."

--The New Yorker

"The Zamboni is a massive machine used to smooth the ice at hockey rinks, but these days the name has a much cooler reference.

--Mike ("Doc") Emrick, NHL Commentator

"I love The Zambonis!"

--Alexei Kovalev, New York Rangers

"The most insidious threat to Canadian hockey hegemony is…a quirky power pop band called The Zambonis."

--The National Post (Canada)

"You wacky singing hockey nuts!"

--Bobby Orr

"With a repertoire comprised exclusively of hockey songs, you'd think they're destined for a short run: A cult band singing about a cult sport…but their cult is getting noticed."

--The Village Voice

"My day ended on a phenomenally high note. I went to see The Zambonis, who are the best power pop band ever to sing songs about hockey."

--TheMusicSnob.com

"There's something weirdly affable about a bunch of guys who love hockey so much, they've dedicated a band to it."

--The Village Voice

"Like a beach party on ice!"

--Jonathan Richman

"Dude, I love The Zambonis."

--Ben Kweller

Dagwood is a punk band from Cheshire, CT that formed at the end of 2010 by members of Fire First and Heavy Breath. The following spring saw the release of a three song demo, and in the Fall of 2011 Dagwood self-released their first record, Paradise. The band has recorded two episodes of the Mindplow podcast and released a short DVD alongside their record. Digital copies of Paradise are available as a "Pay what you want" download on their bandcamp.

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