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Memepunks play Reptile – August 2017

London! The Memepunks have been quiet for a while. We’ve been in the studio laying down some of our tracks. But we’re emerging briefly to make the long arduous journey to Archway for our first appearance at REPTILE – London’s premier pan-alternative club night. Together with burlesque performer Marie Devilreux and DJs Vade Retro and guests, Reptile also offers free sweets to keep you sugar buzzing until 4am!
Reptile is at Club Kolis, 1 Archway Close, London N19 3TD. Doors open at 10pm, £6 entry before 11pm / £7 after (but get there early so as not to miss us!).
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Memepunks Play Leeds – 4th March

Leeds, Yorkshire. Home of the Sisters of Mercy, March Violets… and long-running goth night Carpe Noctum. Since 1999 they’ve been bringing the best dark alternative bands to West Yorkshire, and in March 2017, The Memepunks will join their roster of illustrious alumni.

Sandwiched between batcave legends Children On Stun and local post-punk band The Lost Souls, The Memepunks’ second gig up north will feature never-before-heard new material along with the gothiest of our back catalogue.

Saturday 4th March at the Library, 229 Woodhouse Road, Leeds. Doors at 7pm with DJs until 2am. Admission £6 on the door.

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5th Anniversary Gig

Can you believe it’s been five years since The Memepunks first unleashed their kooky covers and mash-ups on an unsuspecting group of friends at the Shaftesbury Pub? To celebrate, we’ve booked Nambucca, aka the nearest venue to our rehearsal space, and are planning a fun lineup with bands... Read more ›

Gig! 1st May with Voltaire and Joe Black

Aurelio Voltaire is back! The spooky singer/songwriter kicks off his UK tour in London on Sunday 1st May (Bank Holiday Sunday) at The Garage, and once again, The Memepunks will be there to support him. Rounding out the hilarity is Joe Black, king (or is it queen?) of dark, twisted cabaret. Buy your ... Read more ›

Review by Simon @ Hi-Reciprocity

“Now, I personally have a problem with covers-bands. I know you can’t always afford to see the original bands but musicians who cannot (or do not) get involved in the creative process are basically just CD players (and usually CD players with badly recorded CDs in them). How the Memepunks g... Read more ›

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