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Lunatics Lost + The Tuesday Club + Moth + Alive With Eyes + Marcia Mello

Doors:

Dublin Castle

94 Parkway NW1 7AN London
PRICE: £6

Gig Description

Lunatics Lost-Fronted by Welsh vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Iain Richards with Joanna Khoo on bass/vocals and Mono on drums. With influences from grunge, stoner rock, new wave and punk, the band blend big riffs with melodic hooks giving a powerful platform for lyrics full of bite and edge with clear reference to the social commentary of The Clash and the Manics . “Lunatics Lost reinvents and renews your faith in rock in a way that satisfies all the promise of post – punk to a level other bands can only aspire to. Full of edgy, exciting riffs that will leave you in awe of a band that is set to blow your mind in 2018”  – Pure music live. The Tuesday Club- T Rex, Cockney Rebel, XTC- very poppy glam cum new wave 70s pop with Mott/Clash rnr guitars and piano fills- as they say ‘Remember Top of the Pops? No we mean THE Top of the Pops. When bands went on TV, Jimmy Saville served up a menu of good times, smiling, dancing and just not taking yourself too seriously. Well The Tuesday Club are about to re-ignite that feeling. Moth-This is great- done with loads of angsty energy….grunge punk , but there’s a malevolent Killing Joke go metal feel that works a treat and a nice deep toned vocal and plenty of punk rock pop chops. Alive With Eyes – Punky and personable. As they say ‘Loud-Fast-Heavy-Catchy London band fronted by Jake Adams with Sid M on Bass and Jake S on Drums!’…excellent new new wavery and thoughtful with it.. Marcia Mello – This gal outta Province Town, Massachussets can turn her hand to practically any stringed thing for the greater good of expressing mountain music and associated bluegrass flavours in a fresh and fiery manner- all topped off with a sweet and effortless vocal. Sensational slide, banjo, picking, the lot- wonderful work. Arrive nice and early, Marcia on stage 7.30 sharp….

Source: Dublin Castle website

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