Graham Crabb from PWEI’s top ten favourite albums : number 1












Indie Daze festival has been announced for the Forum on Saturday Sept 13th with a line of big indie hitters.
Graham Crabb from PWEI will be DJing the gig and has sent his top 10 (well top 11 favourite albums).
details of the gig and tickets from here
or here

Ned’s Atomic Dustbin
Jesus Jones
The Darling Buds
Miles & Erica (The Wonder Stuff)
Power of Dreams
Graham Crabb DJ (Pop Will Eat Itself)
The Popguns
The Flatmates
Indie Daze is a brand new one-day indoor festival at The Forum, Kentish Town, London. From midday and midnight, 12 hours of music brings together classic indie bands from the 80s and 90s under one roof.

Graham Crabb top 10 favourite albums..

1. It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back – Public Enemy
P.E’s debut album was seriously good, but this, their second, was off-the-scale good.
I was quite obsessed with this album and studied it like I was my specialised subject on Mastermind. It’s fair to say it’s influence was stamped, trodden and embedded in PWEI’s ‘This Is The Day….’ album (probably our best piece of work). Noise, relentless beats, layer upon layer of samples, political raps and fury. This was the sound of revolution.

For number 2 in Graham Crabb’s top 10 please go here

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