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Stay Sick

Established in 2008, Stay Sick continue to spin the best dancing music from surf to 60s, oddball R&B to filthy rock’n’roll, garage to punk 7 inches at a time. Now a Brighton institution for the ones in the know, these Cramps obsessed guys have put on such greats as Billy Childish, Kid Congo from the Cramps, Monotonix, Eighties Matchbox B-line Disaster and Thee Oh Sees. With bands from Japan, Germany, USA, France and even Croatia (to name but a few), Stay Sick has made it their mission to track down, kidnap and present you with the best bands from all over the globe.

The Music
Sleazy and greasy rock n roll from the fifties & sicksties including Tarantino surf, boppin rockabilly, swingin rhythm and blues and twistin tittyshakers for all of ya to go-go, shake, shimmy and jerk to! Plus Primitive Garage Punk for all you black leather weird-ohs. Always vinyl, always rockin’

The Films
Visual projections of dirty grimy grindhouse, sci-fi B-movies, monster flicks, stag films, girlesque, mondo cult trash, hot rod juvenile delinquent pics

The Place
The newest and coolest venue in town – The Blind Tiger Club, Brighton. Formerly Hector’s House, it has been Stay Sick HQ for over 3 years and it has now been taken over by new owner – Playgroup. They have put on some of Brighton’s best parties, from speakeasys to the Concorde 2 to their own festival. Now they have their own venue, expect the festival-in-a-club vibe. Plus a new sound system, stage and (lux) interior.

The Time
Every 2nd Sat’day of the month 9pm-2am, £3

The Fanzine
The Stay Sick Fanzine (formerly called Gimme Danger). For the past 2 years, Stay Sick has ventured into the publishing world and created limited (and I mean limited!!!) edition free fanzines. It harks back to the the ’80s ‘zine craze, all in xerox-erama. All about ’50s / ’60s bands, b-movie movies and trash culture. So have a look… if you dare!!!
A web version is available from:

Hosted by the Reverend Rash from the sicksties garage combo “The Black Rash”, recorded in the sewers of Brighton, this monthly podcast of filthy rock ‘n’ roll records can be found by searching for the Stay Sick Radio Show on iTunes or Mixcloud, or clicking on:

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