Wokerati Party

T-Bitch is over. Ding Dong! The spawn of the defukt operation is the originators - Kris and Tee forming as 2Btch. Very quickly this became The Wokerati Party. 

Wokerati Party is the new satirical political punk band from Kris and Tee, formerly of T-Bitch.  Their debut single ‘We are The Wokerati Party’, is designed to pull apart the whole concept of identity politics which dominates media in the western world.  The delivery of the song and video is provocative yet fun and shows just how ridiculous these things are.  We are The Wokerati Party is baity and silly, but has a serious message.

Whether you are ‘woke’ or whether you are ‘anti-woke’, it’s time to realise that the real focus should be towards those running the country, not each other!

We Are The Wokerati Party

The Wokerati Party

‘Wokerati Party’ is the new satirical political punk band from T-Red and Tee, formerly of T-Bitch. Their debut single ‘We are The Wokerati Party’, is designed to pull apart the whole concept of identity politics, which dominates the media in the Western world. The delivery of the song and video is provocative yet fun and shows just how ridiculous
‘Wokerati Party’ is the new satirical political punk band from T-Red and Tee, formerly of T-Bitch. Their debut single ‘We are The Wokerati Party’, is designed to pull apart the whole concept of identity politics, which dominates the media in the Western world. The delivery of the song and video is provocative yet fun and shows just how ridiculous these things are. We are The Wokerati Party is baity and silly, but has a serious message.

Whether you are ‘woke’ or whether you are ‘anti-woke’, it’s time to realise that the real focus should be towards those running the world, not each other!

We are The Wokerai Party single is available on all major platforms from 24th June

We are The Wokerai Party music video is available here from 24th June: https://youtu.be/WcZkvuOAbII
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REBITCHED

Many moons ago (4 years worth to be precise), this young, fresh faced, excitable bunch of Southend misfits released their self-titled debut EP.  Now considered ‘classics’ (in their own heads), it consisted of 3 tracks and a secret little froggy number at the end.  The release got a LOT of play all over the UK and beyond (in Stevie's van).

Last year, to celebrate the release of their latest album Tranarchy, T-Bitch released the original EP tracks for others to mess with and wow, they certainly did!

On 31st July, from all the usual places, the results of this experiment will be available for your very own lug ‘oles!  A remix journey starting in an orchestral pit and ending in an 80s disco hall.  A journey which somehow skanks to reggae and stops to rave in the 90s on the way!

A proper old skool mash up which simply, works!

T-Bitch and Pete Zear

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