Kate Nash and The Cribs go karaoke

Ryan Jarman plays an impromptu Isle Of Wight 'gig'

Kate Nash and The Cribs played DJ slots at the Isle Of Wight Festival yesterday (June 14), with The Cribs‘ set turning into an impromptu karaoke session.

The London singer and the Wakefield band were playing a DJ slot each at the Ray Ban tent at the festival after both performing on the main stage earlier in the day.

The Cribs played their DJ set at 5pm (BST), with Gary Jarman and brother Ross Jarman spinning tunes including The Replacements‘Bastards Of Young’, which they have previously covered.

The brothers also played ‘A Girl Like You’ by their friend Edwyn Collins, who produced the band’s second album ‘The New Fellas’. They also played ‘First Of The gang To Die’ by Morrissey.

The Cribs‘ DJ set turned into a karaoke session at the end, though, when singer/guitarist Ryan Jarman turned up and sang ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ by Rick Astley much to the delight of nearby fans.

Kate Nash played a DJ set next at the Ray Ban venue, playing tracks from a Damaged Goods record label compilation – though not mixing them – she had brought to the festival with her.

Live highlights of the band’s set are being broadcast at Virginradio.co.uk.

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