Last gig I went to (that wasn’t my own) was The Great Malarkey at Dexters in Odense. If you know the Great Malarkey, you’ll know that they put on an energetic, fun show. They started the show by getting everyone to stand up and move forward. Great for those at the front – unfortunately, Dexters being a sit down jazz venue, half the audience were left out of the experience from the start. The sound at the back was awful, and visibility zero. However, those of us young enough (haha) and keen enough, sneaked up to the front where the sound was great and a full-blooded gypsy punk party was in full flow. The singer is a terrific front figure, the drummer looks mad (in a good way), the band look like they enjoy themselves, the trumpet player is (a very young) virtuoso, and they have a french horn. What more could you want? Great band – go see them if they play near you. Just hope it isn’t a jazz venue.