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Table Scraps


BRUM’S garage-psych-doom power trio Table Scraps have, like the rest of us, been busy frying their heads and kicking anxious heels indoors for like: doesn’t it feel like forever now? But they’ve also been busy with the guitar, bass and drums and things, because the lockdown league is one you can play your way out …

YOU’VE already been directed to take a dive into Brum garage-punkers Table Scraps by no less than IDLES’ Joe Talbot, who counts himself a fan; now’s your chance to climb aboard and feast on some crumbs as the band – Scott, TJ and Poppy – shake their collectively animated ass with “Doom Generation”, the South …

Birmingham’s Table Scraps have unleashed their hilarious video for the brilliant new single ‘I’m A Failure’ from debut LP Autonomy which came out on the 23rd February via Zen Ten. On the inspiration for the tongue-in-cheek visuals, TJ of Table Scraps has said: “Making videos without any budget is more fun. We took some cheap wood and …

Wrong Festival have announced the full line up for the unmissable second outing of the veritable odd ball rock gathering. The event set to take place on 28th April at Liverpool Docklands has already sold out of early bird tickets, with £20 discounted advance tickets on sale now. Cult Cardiff band Future of the Left …

Way back in the year 2015 the Birmingham garage/psych wizards Table Scraps dropped their excellent masterpiece More Time For Strangers. It was a blitzkrieg of guitar squall, hyperactive drumming, and banshee howls that could resurrect the dead and make those zombified ghouls bang their heads and pump their skeletal fists. It was a raucous example …

Gritty, raw power, Birmingham punks, Table Scraps take it to the next level with latest release ‘Motorcycle (Straight To Hell)’. It’s a caustic, stripped back track that is equally at home on the dusty highways of California as the rain slicked tarmac of the Black Country. Add to that what has to be a contender for  best …

Every once in a while you come across a band that legitimately rocks. There’s no posing or jumping on the bandwagon. There’s something honest and visceral about the music. Something genuinely scary, too. Scott Vincent Abbot and Poppy Twist of Birmingham’s Table Scraps can be very scary. And they rock. Table Scraps take that boy/girl rock …

Fancy getting down and dirty? Well here’s a slab of unadulterated backstreet punk. Meet Table Scraps. Scott Vincent Abbott and Poppy Twist from Birmingham might be only just around 12 months old,  but they look and sound like a whole bunch of trouble, and  are building a rep as one hell of a garage punk …