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The Mickey 9s + Danny Fingers & the Thumbs + Monkey Rumpus + The Big Slouch + DJs We Got Killers


Dublin Castle

94 Parkway NW1 7AN London

Gig Description

The Mickey 9s– Glasgow’s superfine purveyors of Modern Kunst and techy, tight and tantalising funky punky fare are back to the DC after what feels like an overlong wait. Great to have them back. ‘Mickey 9s are a raucous live band from Glasgow who play funky metallic dance music with sharp witted lyrics and a wild stage persona’… all true, the masked marauders of kicking punk funk they surely are, look out kids, they’re after a piece of Camden Town turf to take back to Scotland. They will most likely steal your hearts too. Impossible not to dance once they hit up the stage. “…a blend of meaty basslines, jaggy guitars, up-tempo rhythms and idiosyncratic vocals” The Scotsman “…fucking brilliant” This Englishman. Danny Fingers –  I’m getting Mink Deville NYC vibes, some school of Lou Reed travelogue talesof the Lower East Side etc in the wonderful ‘The Girls Are All The Same, for example, although Johnny is actually from L.A. He also embraces electro pop nu soul with a fizzy pop element. All good…indeed sounds right sassy. Monkey Rumpus – Wonky but engaging indie punk with echoes of The Fall and Beefheart, but shot through with the sinister energy of Fat White Family, good stuff. Formerly Bipolar Rollers, they still roll, and with brains a boggling at that. Just check out their ace take on The Velvets’ White Light White Heat on Soundcloud.   The Big SlouchOld school rock pop outta Swansea…where they know a thing or 2 about gnarly rock roll with a head music element. No names no pack drill, but these guys do back to playing gigs here in the Dublin Castle in the early ‘90s! Welcome back.    DJs We Got Killers til 2am go funk, punk, no junk, get some drinks sunk, don’t be a lunk. Party central. NB Today’s matinee show 2pm to 5pm (The Hackenbackers + Man About A Dog + Adventures Of Parsley) is a separate ticket  HERE

Source: Dublin Castle website

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