PETE BENTHAM

& THE DINNER LADIES

What people have said about the Dinner Ladies...

 

"Catchy, quirky, funny and tight as hell" Moon & Back

 

"Classic Liverpool rock & roll, up beat and fun" Sound City

 

"Reminds us that protest music can still be fun" Bido Lito

 

"Classic. These songs could be sung into hairbrushes from Birkenhead to Bangkok". Slacker Sounds

 

"Witty tales of kitchen sink punk rock & roll". Glasswerks

 

"Conjures images of the working class British New Wave cinema of the 60’s , I can’t help but think if Rita Tushingham had been a musician instead of an actress she most definitely would have been one of Pete Bentham’s Dinner Ladies". Click Liverpool

 

"This is how the working class party. With lyrics concerning the drudgery of Concert Square, the obscurity of Queens Victoria’s knob, and something about a Hip Potater, Pete Bentham is well and truly one of the most under-rated artists in the city". Get Into This

 

"It’s tricky to define the sound of Pete Bentham & The Dinner Ladies, as they are smart and quite unique. For all intents and purposes they are Poppy Punk Rock & Roll at it’s finest, and those Dinner Ladies certainly know how to use their utensils. Make no mistake, they are punk in the truest DIY sense of the word. Kitchen-tastic!" themusoguide.co.uk

 

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