The Roaring Twenties (band)
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|The Roaring Twenties|
|Origin||London and Brighton, England|
|Labels||Snakes & Ladders Records|
The Roaring Twenties released a limited edition EP Fun Before the Crash and had two tracks included in early 2006 on Snakes & Ladders Records' label sampler S&LCD001.
The Roaring Twenties were reviewed in several underground music fanzines and magazines including ArtRocker, Maps (online), I Think You'll Find That's Fireworks (online), Lobster Quadrille and Antenna. The band also had tracks played on ArtRocker's weekly radio programme on London's Resonance FM and BBC Radio 1's Best of Unsigned programme with Huw Stephens.
"...with great certainty one would expect to hear a lot more from these bands and this label in the coming years." 
"The Roaring Twenties...deliver a smart line in lo-fi post punk, coming across like an aggressive The Pop Group on A to Markworthy" "The Roaring Twenties...bring to mind much underrated Americans Moving Units with their elastic punk-funk sound"
- Fun Before the Crash EP - (limited release, 2004)
- TBC - Snakes & Ladders Records S&LCD006 (to be released December 2006)
- A to Markworthy - On Snakes & Ladders Records compilation 'S&LCD001' (March 2006)
- The Odd Couple - On Snakes & Ladders Records compilation 'S&LCD001' (March 2006)
- A to Markworthy - On ArtRocker covermount compilation 'DIY Labels 2' (August 2006)
- The Odd Couple - On Lobster Quadrille Magazine covermount compilation (October 2006)