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Somerset Sounds - Artists

Wrecking Season
Wrecking Season

Wrecking Season

Find out more about Wrecking Season from Taunton and listen to their tracks - their music is like alternative architecture for punk fish, apparently!

Wrecking Season appeared on BBC Somerset Sound's Live Music Friday with Jo Phillips on 2 March 2007. To listen again, click on this audio link:

audio Wrecking Season: March 2007 >
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Who are Wrecking Season?

Dave Martin on bass; Kevin Jeanes on drums; Julian Bellew on vocals; Jason Loomes on guitar; and Toby Howarth on guitar.

Where in Somerset are you from?

Wrecking Season

Taunton

When did you form?

March 2005

How did you get together?

God created beast, created Wrecking Season.

How would you describe your music?

Alternative architecture for punk fish

How did the band gets its name?

It's based on a film.

Wrecking Season

The film is by Nick and Jane Darke and is called the Wrecking Season.

Who are your musical influences?

Mahavishnu Orchestra, Metallica, Dead Kennedys, The Strokes, Blonde Redhead and John Frusciante.

What is your most memorable gig so far?

Our second gig at The Eagle in South Street, Taunton.

Wrecking Season

The venue was hot, smoky and seriously moist. We put on a great show for the capacity crowd.

Where would you most like to play?

Cleethorpes Pavilion on a wet Monday night.

Finally, tell us some interesting facts about yourself

  • Jason would like some hair for Christmas
  • Dave is a part-time aardvark-worrier
  • Kevin has special voodoo powers
  • Julian once tap danced naked in Norwich
  • Toby learnt his guitar skills from a badger, and earns extra pocket money as Billy Elliott's stunt double
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