News of our record in Italiano – read the whole article here
All of the band are working on a ‘zine to go with our record, here’s a sneak preview….
We made a video for a song off our new mini album on Damaged Goods Records
It was filmed by all three of Rabies Babies and our lockdown friends, and it’s our take on the lockdown craziness – spending weekends making plasticine monsters instead of going to gigs, enjoying the empty streets of Dalston, being sad at the shut up playgrounds, binge watching puffins on webcams, sometimes feeling miserable and just wanting to cry and stay in bed, going stir crazy and having to have a dance or cycle or shout to get it all out. We hope this will bring a smile to you and you have fun singing along.
Lots of love from Rabies Babies.
No surprise, but still a bit gutted that our gig with Hard Skin isn’t going ahead as planned. Hopefully it will happen in december instead.
Earlier this year Rabies Babies recorded some songs at Hackney Road Studios. Tonight will be the premiere airing of one of the songs on a special radio show as part of the V&A Lates at Hackney Grow. Listen tonight from 7pm until 10pm on www.wickradio.org
Tonight as part of the V&A Lates: This Must be the Place at Grow, Hackney, the bromance that is Collin Chace and Pete O’ Dublo bring back Wild Dial Radio. While bands occupy Grow’s venue and a giant turtle boat made of tires is launched into the canal, they’ll be broadcasting from a little shack-on-sticks into the parking amidst weird art stalls and happenings, and streaming live on Wick Radio!
Plus interview with award-winning poet Omikemi Natacha Bryan, who’ll perform excerpts from her latest collection, ‘If I Talked Everything My Eyes Saw’ (@gatehousepress), and a live freestyle by the hardest working emcee in Hackney, Unique Technique!
Plus: more exclusive tracks from Little Number, DJ Cirkuit, Sister Lovers and the stunning anarchist disco band, Juha, The Dublo, Craig Shaw & The Excellos, Phony Kings, Xym Yorkshire Rapper, and more more more!
7pm-10pm at Grow Hackney. Can’t come down to Grow? Listen to the Wick Radio live stream.
4 year olds have fun parties! Loud Women’s birthday on saturday night at the Hope & Anchor was 100% #gigoftheyear – it was amazing to play alongside our favourite bands and be part of such a special night. It was our final gig for 2019 and we hope 2020 will be full of shows like this one. Pure fun! This is a new song from our set, filmed by Gav.