REPENT feat. Wilson Minds
The Sound You’ll Hear (aka THE SUPREME TRUTH)
GOOD STRONG MUSIC. It will be both VARIOUS and EXTRA SPESH. we do not understand the point of Rihanna but we know that Wu-Tang are forever.
Humans (aka The GOOD and the BADASS)
We play music for good people who have ears and like denim: skinny jeans, baggy jeans, cut-off into hot-pants jeans. And jeans that have Nice’d Up a Dance or two in their time
Drinking (aka The RAPTURE aka The LIBATION)
Two pint buzz is the world’s best buzz: we sell pints. Two-cocktail buzz is also excellent and often too expensive: but not here. Two for one on a variety of lip-smacking brain-shaking cocktails.
Tequila (aka The TEMPTATION of Jesus Chris)
In the year 1600, Tequila was invented by crazy a Mexican especially for lco Cestrians. THAT’s YOU! Together we will celebrate the intelligence and kindness of Don Pedro Sanchez de Tagle by letting you pay 100pesos £1 for one Tequila. Mucho Calor: No Doubt.
“So whose Wilson Minds?”…
Wilson Minds are a new three piece alt-rock band from northwest England. Lead by singer, guitarist and songwriter Paul Wilkes, who describes their sound as “modern bluesy dark rock n roll, with a little twist of Americana.” The classy rhythm section is made up by James Brogan (bass /vocals) and Carl Brightman (drums).
The band have spent a very short time launching their explosive alt rock assault on the scene, and now have some exciting recording sessions with legendary producer Chris Potter (Verve, Blur, I Am Kloot) who fell in love with Paul’s demos. These are salt of the earth kinda guys with no big attitudes, just playing boss tunes, whose influences go from Neil Young and Crazy Horse through to The White Stripes and beyond. ”I’m a scouser, Carls from Manchester, and James is from Winsford” says Paul “so between us we represent the whole of the North West, even though we sound like a seventies American rock band! It took me a long time to find two like minded lads and we’ve gelled together brilliantly”
With some exciting songs & recordings in the pipeline, 2013 sees the beginning of a band that could have been gracing your record players back in the seventies, but will now grace your smart phones and iPads instead. Stay tuned…