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Saturday, January 29 @ 7:30 pm

“Electro-punks CLT DRP have been Brighton’s best kept secret for the last year or so, but the hype around this trio are starting to prick ears up everywhere with their glitchy, twitchy songs of female empowerment. Think The Prodigy mashed with Peaches.” – Dork Magazine


No booking fee

(Or buy at Musicians Centre and Grind and Groove for £10 cash)

“Clit Drip are creating something genuinely exciting and refreshing as it’s something most listeners would find hard to assign to a clear genre. This is only a fact due to the three evidently knowing what they want to sound like, how to get it and revel in the pleasure of not knowing where it is going to take them from there.” – Milo Dunn-Clarke (HotWax Promotions)

“This is the realisation of a sound that is so current the genre hasn’t been created yet, and this is what makes CLT DRP so exciting.” – Kess Anthony (Off The Hooks Music)

“Delivering their immense, thrashing beats, fuzz-filled whirring hooks and soaring, gritty vocals with an empowered energy, each incredible raging cacophony leaves me utterly speechless. With stand-out lyrics such as “Read my mouth, you don’t own me”, CLT DRP’s breathtaking power lies not only in their unique electro-punk sound, but in the poignant, pertinent message they convey.” – Mari Lane (Get In Her Ears)




Saturday, January 29
7:30 pm


The Exchange
Russell Street,
Keighley, West Yorkshire BD21 2LE United Kingdom
01535 603136