‘Rumpus’ – 9 in Artrocker’s Top 20 Albums of 2009
“Music can make people feel many different things, some makes you feel sad, some makes you think, The Kabeedies simply make you want to dance around the room, forget your troubles and have a bloody good time.” – 8/10, Clash Magazine
“No chin-stroking points for this lot, but frankly who’s got time to stroke their chin when they could be leaping around grinning like a loon?” – Sounds XP
“The band appears to be like a long lost relative to much of the ‘art school indie’ scene that is prevalent today, except while others seem caught up in sequins and eccentric hair styles, The Kabeedies would rather be painting each others faces and sticking Prit Stick up their respective noses.” – Is this Music?
Were No Heroes
Jess Acres (Back By Public Demand) ”Don’t be fooled by their meek and geeky ‘image’ – it’s not an image it’s actually them – but prepare to be bowled over by the sheer talent emanating from the Welsh three-piece. Equally sharing out the vocal responsibilities, each Hero takes a turn to add his layer to one hell of a foundation, no man is any way unsure of his instrument or talent creating a Foals-esque sound. Live they are nothing short of wow.”
Catrinsaran James (Clwb Ifor Bach)”We’re No Heroes impressed Clwb with their demos and deservedly have gained their first appearence with us. Think mathy/angular jauntyness in the vain of Foals and Errors”
Tickets £3 – Doors £4 Doors 8:00pm