The Great Malarkey

The Great Malarkey “Doghouse” OUT NOW

This is the moment we all been waiting for!
The Great Malarkey new album “Doghouse”, they put a lot of love to this album, you can hear it in every tune.
Now available on CD / Digital download
iTunes, Bandcamp, Amazon and all the rest

April 7th, 2017|Releases|0 Comments

The Great Malarkey Danish Album Launch Party

In celebration of the launch of their album Doghouse, The Great Malarkey are playing a special show for you amazing Danes!
Showcasing songs from the new album, along with some classics tunes from debut Badly Stuffed Animals, prepare yourselves for a sweat-and-beer-soaked night of musical mayhem.

“Rarely have I experienced such an intense concert” – GAFFA DK
Doors open 20:00, tickets 140DKK.
With support from the marvellous PÚLK

For Facebook event click here

April 5th, 2017|Events|0 Comments

The Great Malarkey – Doghouse

BUY THIS RELEASE ON CD The Great Malarkey - 'Doghouse' - CD

March 30th, 2017|Releases|Comments Off on The Great Malarkey – Doghouse

The Great Malarkey UK Album Launch Party

So loads of super people have been completely awesome and pledged money for The Great Malarkey to get them into a studio and make an awesome album and it is finally ready. Now there is only one thing to do…… CELEBRATE!!!!

They are playing live at T Chances in Tottenham with some super awesome mates/bands:

***EAT THE EVIDENCE***

In 2014 Eat the Evidence picked up their accordion and stumbled into the UK’s Ska punk and festival scenes. 

They have been […]

March 5th, 2017|Artists, Events|0 Comments

The Great Malarkey


The Great Malarkey are a riot of gypsy, folk, punk, ska and cabaret. This is raucous, high-energy balkan mayhem born from the stories of friends, lovers, riots, night terrors and the Dalston job centre. These are the kids you didn’t mess with on the playground, and you wouldn’t mess with them now: an instrumental call to arms with lyrics that simultaneously sling an arm around your […]

February 26th, 2017|Artists|Comments Off on The Great Malarkey