All work and no play, not at the College it seems…
Every year College students hit the battleground for a knockout tournament of ‘Battle of the Bands,’ a Basement Records production. Seven bands rocked the College walls, but it was the band ‘Attractive Young Ladies’ (an all boy band) that took top spot!
“This year we had seven groups of Music and Music Technology students competing. Their commitment to their music was clearly evident. It was an excellent demonstration of just how creative and talented our students are here at Pembrokeshire College,” said Lecturer Tim Lambert.
The winning band’s relaxed and up beat take on reggae and ska won the judges over and put them ahead of second placed band, The Lamberts. Both will now compete at the finals of the Skills Competition in Popular Music at Neath Port Talbot College on 14th March and have an excellent chance of bringing home the title on behalf of Pembrokeshire College. The incumbent titleholder is College band ‘Paradox Road’, fingers crossed another will supersede.
Special thanks to the judges, Chris Rees, Callum Woodford, Robbie Lange, and Lee Rees from Musicians World who also sponsored the event.