The Good Boy Punk Club was born, out of necessity more than anything else, in a rented flat in the East end of Glasgow by the members of Pandacar. Initially conceived as a label to release their self-produced singles it began to represent the very D.I.Y nature of the band. Over time the moniker was adopted for things adjacent to the music such as management, promotion and more.
Inclusivity is something that clashes with the current format of indie and D.I.Y music. In today’s world of “it’s who you know” run events it’s hard for any band to find their footing in a scene. Here at Good Boy Punk Club we believe in being inclusive, too often have we been witness to the lack of diversity in the music scene, and we are aiming to change that.
We are also working towards making our gig-going experience inclusive to all - and by all we really do it!
It’s our goal here at Good Boy Punk Club to be completely transparent with all our dealings, whether it’s our acts or our promotion of events, we want to be as open as possible with you all.
You shouldn’t have to deal with dodgy “industry” people playing loose and fast your art. We are totally open with all the artists we work with and we are always looking for input on ways to be even more so.