ROCK rebels, The Undefined, are playing tonight at The Railway Inn in Winchester.

The city's riotous three-piece have been building an army of fans, playing up and down the country, from the south coast to Wolverhampton, .

Vocalist, Jim Studley, describes the band as "post-grunge rock", although their name clearly suggests a reluctance to be labelled.

Their music is often described as being a constant tug-of-war between conflicting sounds.

The resulting melodies reflect the bands various musical tastes.

Their refusal to be defined in any way makes this band a bit of a contradiction. "We don't fit into categories", insists Jim, who describes their influences as Bleach-era Nirvana and early Idlewild.

The band members express their feelings musically about a range of issues including, err cod fishing. They are currently writing new material.

Tickets on the door £5. Gig starts at 8pm.

Hampshire riff brawlers Scarlet Soho play the Joiners in Southampton on Sunday.

The pop/rock trio are described as a New Romantic band influenced by almost everything.

Loved for their stage presence, dark suits, long hair and make-up, the band's deliberate lack of a drummer is compensated for by electronic keyboard bleeps and dance beats.

Their unique debut album Divisions of Decency is out now.

Gig starts at 7.30pm.