Published on June 14th, 2015 | by Tom Mayne

“At the End of Denmark Street” – new documentary on Antifolk UK and the 12 Bar

Tom Mayne of David Cronenberg’s Wife asks various songwriters and performers from the UK Antifolk scene about the 12 Bar during its last few days in Denmark Street. The 12 Bar was the spiritual home of Antifolk in the UK, hosting the legendary Antifolk Festivals from 2004-2014, which at their peak ran for two nights four times a year.

Featuring comments from Joe Murphy, JJ Crash, David Woolf, Mary Boe, Paul Hawkins and Filthy Pedro and live performances from Scrappy Hood and Malcolm Kaksois.

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About the Author

is the lead singer of David Cronenberg's Wife and has been involved with antifolk ever since he met Filthy Pedro at an undisclosed location (ie. The 12 Bar). Originally from Stockport, he now lives in London. He is not a spy.



One Response to “At the End of Denmark Street” – new documentary on Antifolk UK and the 12 Bar

  1. Filthy Pedro says:

    Great work Tom. Brings a tear to my eye.

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