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   Punk Globe Mini Interviews With All Four Subs...  


All four members of the U.K. Subs recently had a little chat with Lisa Monday-Gomez ('PunkrPrincess') at the Let's Talk Punk section of the ever-excellent USA-based PUNK GLOBE website - check it out by clicking here

All the quickfire questions were centred around 2016 and this new year 2017...

Jamie's most memorable occasion in 2016 was "...qualifying for my skydiving licence and skydiving over Niagara Falls...", Charlie said his favourite gig of the year was the Urban Dogs supporting the Damned in Cambridge, Steve mentioned he loved "playing at the Great British Alternative Music Festival" whilst Alvin's highlight of last year was "...recording the critically acclaimed brilliant new album 'Attack' by Urban Dogs, available now on Time and Matter Records..."

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T&M have archived the interview as well below...

 

Jamie Oliver-UK Subs

Punk Globe: Best show of 2016

Jamie: Ruts DC in Vienne, France. Amazing.

Punk Globe: Memorable 2016 occasion?

Jamie: Qualifying for my skydiving licence and skydiving over Niagara Falls

Punk Globe: Any 2017 goals?

Jamie: Figure out a way to stay in European, skydive as much as possible, cut down on my alcohol consumption, learn to drive, buy a camper van, travel and just generally continue loving life!

Charlie Harper-UK Subs

Punk Globe: Best show you saw in 2016?

Charlie: The Damned's 40th anniversary show at the Junction in Cambridge. Urban Dogs opened up for them.

Punk Globe: Anything you regret doing in 2016?

Charlie: Not buying a right hand drive Ford Mustang.

Punk Globe: Memorable 2016 occasion.

Charlie: Playing at hellfest.

Punk Globe: Any goals for 2017?

Charlie: Our 40th anniversary world tour.

 
Alvin Gibbs-UK Subs

Punk Globe: Best show you saw in 2016?

Alvin: Criminal Mind at the 100 Club supporting Urban Dogs at the launch party for the Urban Dogs' new album 'Attack', available now on Time and Matter Records.

Punk Globe: Favorite 2016 movie?

Alvin: The Wolf of Wall Street.

Punk Globe: Memorable 2016 occasion.

Alvin: Recording the critically acclaimed brilliant new album 'Attack' by Urban Dogs with my friends Charlie, Knox and Matthew. Available now on Time and Matter Records.
Crystal Palace win the Premiership.

 
Stephen Straughan-UK Subs

Punk Globe: Anything you regret doing in 2016?

Stephen: Missing playing for UK Subs at Hellfest earlier this year. I had prior commitments at the time of joining the band.

Punk Globe: Memorable 2016 occasion.

Stephen: Joining the UK Subs, and playing at the Great British Alternative Music Festival.

Punk Globe: Any goals for 2017?

Stephen: Just to get better and better on the guitar.

 

 

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