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Pussycat And The Dirty Johnsons + The Electric Shakes + Captain Future + HatePenny

Doors:

Dublin Castle

94 Parkway NW1 7AN London

Gig Description

Pussycat and the Dirty Johnsons –  Punk, hardcore, psychobilly, noize rawk and just a dash of metal played with the exacting energy and passion we know and luv. Always a challenging, compelling, empowering performance by Puss Johnson up front,  against a backdrop of fabulous , shredtastic, hook laden rumbling rock n roll from Jake and Ant, often augmented by Puss on second geetar. Brilliant, and thoroughly in the not to be missed dpt as ever. There’s a Dirty Johnson in No.10 but these three are No.1, ya git me. Electric Shakes –  Fast pace energetic punkoid rock of an Iggy Stooge kind pop featuring ex members of 80’s punk tikes (and John Peel faves) ‘Tours’ and Thee Jenerators amongst a slew of underground bands over the past 10 years. Book em quick while they’re still breathing!” Got signed, Mimed. Toured. Got bored. Lived. Loved. Laughed. Grafted. Got shafted.… ”  Captain Future – Psychedleic gumbo swamp music?! Not half and yes please. The Captain’s debut album ‘Ghostman’ appears round about …NOW…and also features some guests such as Nuwella Love, the first ever singer in TFSOS, and a myriad of other marvellous mover shakers who have got together on a ‘chilled out, after hours album where you can sit back, dim the lights, choose your poison and let it be the soundtrack to your escape’…get a rare glimpse of that LIVE tonite. Hatepenny– The guitar/drums White Stripes formula gets a particularly frenzied blues wailin’ makeover. The Hate Penny effect is big and ballsy. Great grinding rocknroll.

Source: Dublin Castle website