Rosko (Bruce – vocals / Si – guitar / Perry - bass / Dean - drums)
Where are you from?
London, Essex, Devon and Lithuania. All over the gaff.
Describe your style in three words.
Having a laugh.
What was the first track you played on repeat?
B - I had Mark Morrison’s 'Return of the Mack' on cassette so it would probably be that.
P - I'm Blue DA BA DEE!!!
What was your all-time favourite gig?
D - That one with the great carpet.
P - Some may call it magic.
D - Bruce got his chewing gum stuck in his barnet.
B - I always give it like I'm at Wembley.
D - Did you mean our gig or a gig we went to?
P - Oh yeah, easy then. Take That at Wembley.
Which British subculture means the most to you?
B - Early Grime got me into music properly as a boy with no access to instruments and that. Still making beats on Fruity Loops to this day.
P - Rock & Roll from the cradle.
D - I listen to Funk and dance around the house. Not sure what subculture that fits into.
How should your music be listened to?
D - Headphones, phone speakers...
B - Location: back of the bus.
D - In da club, you name it...
P - As long as you can hear my bass I'm cool.
S - Anywhere, anyhow. Say no to discrimination.
What British music icons inspire your sound today?
B - The Streets, Oasis, Madness, Ian Dury, Kano...
P - We don't sound much like any of them though really.
B - Yeah inspiration. I just gravitate towards music made by people I'd like to have a drink with really.
D - Bowie is a hero, but I just hit things in time.
If you could share the bill with any British band in history – who would it be?
B - Oasis, with Bonehead involved.
S - The Libertines.
P - Arctic Monkeys.
D - If Oasis and Arctic Monkeys had to fight each other for the slot, Oasis would win so I'll go with them for this.