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One Tonne Ming + Brandon Rivers + The Strange Days + Bitter Lime + Jessie Faulkner

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Dublin Castle

94 Parkway NW1 7AN London

Gig Description

One Tonne Ming – London based band that specialise in making soundtracks to your late night cooking extravaganzas. Weaving angular melodies bursting with Umami and hot heavy jazz drums infused with only the freshest, line caught wild bass. To the ruler, the people are heaven; to the people, food is heaven… Brandon Rivers – uber pop RnB with a breathy emotive vocal like a young George Michael The Strange Days – Describe themselves as ‘Gutter-rock champions hailing from the bosom of Brexitland’ and who are we to argue. Excellent hook laden, edgy, indie rock which doesn’t really sound  like anyone else, a neat trick. Bitter Lime – Sprightly indie pop with a nod to Arctic Monkeys,  neat arrangements, decent hooks and quite an eclectic sound dipping a toe as it does in post rock and folky psychedelics…Jessie Faulkner – opening proceedings tonight, BIMM trained Jessie and her guitar and some very assured songs. Folkish but with a strident voice  and undercurrent of tood…would suit a band too.

Source: Dublin Castle website

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