Thu 21 Feb
AlascA –Fabulous head turning Dutch band whose artful sounds span emotionally wrought, skued indie pop not unlike early R.E.M or Blue Aeroplanes with a gritty, glam tension in the sassy guitars and probing rhythm. Clever, intriguing songs as heard on superb new album ‘Prospero’. They call it ‘European Country’, and there are certainly some aspects of American folk in the edgy, indie grind, not least due to the inclusion of some strangely bewitching banjo.. And Ferdinand Jonk has a great voice that plays with gender perceptions…but he’s definitely a fella! Sabatta – Afropunk they call it and I say oh yeah bring it on, fab genre…attitude aplenty and rhythmic complexities both in place. Gary Crowley has been playing them on London Beeb…picture Prince Charles and the City Beat Band meets King Sunny Ade meets Wire….sounds really cool right? Well it is. Georgia Maria – female solo artist making a big sound..influencd by Heart, PJ Harvey, Stevie Nicks, The Who, Joni Mitchell, Grace Slick and Joan Jett, with hat she calls a turbocharged acoustic-rock approach and ‘Powerful, darkly poetic modern rock’… we concur.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£6/£5 on the door
Fri 22 Feb
The New Town Centres-Compelling oddball artrock that harks back to the pre-punk stylings of Deafschool and Sparks, with maybe a soupcon of Cardiacs, interesting stuff and they’ve decent tunes too. Ed Sykes- A Jagger-esqque vocal with a bit of good ol’ boy John Cougar Mellencamp type wide eyed Americana- there’s a real earworm of a riff here, played by some seasoned groovy rockers, inc. John Povey from The Pretty Things it seems. Gate- Bluesey hard rock with searing overdriven grunged up guitar, elements of grunge but overall a more classic rock sound sorta early 70’s pre-metal. Smokin’ Dogs-Garage punk n roll, like a very raw New York Dolls but with a brit accent, early proto punk a-la Jesse Hector an Billy Childish, great stuff. Playdead – punking up the Arctic Monkeys with a bit of alterno rock…actually get a bit of early Damned type fire in there, tough, terse punk grunge with indie sensibilities and a nice laconic vocal. Judicious use of animal masks in their videos too!
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£7/£5 on the door
Sat 23 Feb
Fuse The Music
 + Dubvocaliza
Progressive roots rock reggae band Dubvocaliza bring their heavy manner s back to the Dublin Castle with some suitably irie company assured.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£10 on the door
£5 Earlybird in advance
Tue 26 Feb
Redrock Jam
 + Open Mic Night
 + Sick Richard
REDROCK JAM Open mic night  07:45-11:00 Sign up 07:45 limited slots, all styles welcome.  Featured band: Sick Richard
Dublin Castle
Doors from 7.15
£6/£5 on the door
Thu 28 Feb
tbc + Third Lung
 + Modern Hinterland + Late Last Night
 + Art Fair
Third Lung –  angsty vocals and clattering indie rock with an edge of something rockier care of the vocal which hints at an influence from the likes of Steven Tyler via James Manic…some nice psych rock reverberations herein reminds of Levitation, via Muse with a bit of yer more anthemic Manics. Modern Hinterland with those lovely people at Label Fandango at the helm you know you’re in good hands here- their album ‘The Crack’, like their shows, has been garnering great reviews… R2 –  “Full of engaging songs that will appeal to lovers of great tunes and clever lyrics…32 minutes well spent for this reviewer”  NEN – “An energetic, optimistic first record packed with snapshots and memories, taking the nostalgic sound of wild Americana and soups it up with modern flourishes that are almost indie-pop” Late Last Night- Hooky melodic indie pop 3 piece, it’s a pretty stripped down sound but quite a lot going on interesting vocal harmonies and intricate melodic breakdowns, good stuff, holds the attention and they’ve decent tunes too. Art Fair – From school of  ICMP, nice emoting in the vocal, impressive wash of ethereal keys, nicely off kilter drums and probing bass…all good, very ‘live’ sounding, lots of energy and space in the music…touchstones could be Talk Talk, Japan, the more expansive end of ’80s pop stuff generally.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£6/£5 on the door
Fri 1 Mar
The Unfunkables- Sassy Funked up soul augmented by brass section, covers in the main but executed in their own inimitable style. 40 Shillings on the Drum-Rousing punked up folk rock with a nod to The Clash but also celtic street punk a-la Flogging Molly, fab.  Mixed Opinions- Rock of a classic bent meets Brit hop, old school riffage with fluid rapping, works well, reminds of Audioweb in places.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£7/£5 on the door
Sat 2 Mar
Stone Beach Presents: "The Modernist Club
 + Death Of Guitar Pop
 + Ska, Mod, Northern Soul, Motown DJs
Stone Beach Presents: “The Modernist Club– starring Death Of Guitar Pop. Stone Beach is a brand new mod clothing company that proudly supports both established and upcoming artists. Death Of Guitar Pop are an excellent place to start for this new residency. This spirit’s on fire…Essex boyz bringing that ska noise, DOGP are Silky and Jonny and they play nu age skanki’ music, taking musical influence from all thing 2 tone and Trojan, with a touch of Sublime, Blur, Ian Dury and other good shit thrown into the mix. Absolutely perfect Dublin Castle fare I’m sure you’ll agree.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£15 on the door
£15 in advance
Sun 3 Mar
The Iberians – a 4-piece Spanish Rocksteady boss reggae and ska extravaganza. Not only do these ace Iberians play Jamaican music with the grit and guile you’d expect from J.A residents but they do so dressed in beautifully presented leopard print suits. It’s a kooky party and a kool one at that…catch that antelope! Royaltee – a bright and breezy take on glammed out rock with a Kasabian meets 1980s Cure indie rock feel, plenty of energy and dynanism. They’ve got great tunes too. Fab.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£8 on the door
£6 in advance
Tue 5 Mar
Redrock Jam
 + Open Mic Night
 + 3 Blue Degrees
Dublin Castle
Doors from 7.15
£6/£5 on the door
Wed 6 Mar
Nettie Baker
 + Tales Of A Rock Star's Daughter
 + The Cesarians + Rock N Roll Book Club
Nettie Baker’s Tales of a Rock Star’s Daughter are the sharp , funny recollections of Nettie Baker, eldest daughter of Ginger Baker, legendary ‘wild man’ and drummer with the Graham Bond Organisation, Cream, Blind Faith and Airforce.   From poverty to riches and back, featuring a colourful cast of characters known and unknown. Famous faces of the music world and aristocracy are scattered throughout the text alongside those from the ‘normal-land’ that Nettie found herself half in and half out of and set in the vanished world of 60’s/70’s/80’s UK pop culture. Published by Wymer, a must read book which Nettie will be reading from and discoursing this evening with a Q and A and specially tailored DJ set from DC RNR Book Club hosts Tony Gleed and Julie Hamill. Come and ask Nettie a question, buy the book, get it signed. Also tonite we are very pleased to present a full set from Netty’s good friends and ours The Cesarians. The Cesarians always have asuch a cerebral aspect as an intensely emotional one in their amazing music, and will provide a wonderful coda to a night of literary evaluation with their intensity, songcraft, passion and raw emotions. Something dark, beautiful and inordinately powerful comes your way. Nobody else does what they do, and this is a school night out you cannot miss.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£10 on the door
£5 Early Bird in advance
Thu 7 Mar
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 Solomon Pico- is a cosmic rock/electropop artist based in France. The self-produced debut EP “Shifted” was released in June 2017, shortly followed by a video for new track “Wild Supernova”. Atmospheric guitars, groovy bass lines and electronic samples help create a striking musical universe inspired by the likes of Beck, Anna Calvi and David Bowie. In Disguises- Indie rock with a bit of a post-prog rock undertow, well played, sharp production and they’ve decent tunes, there’s a Bloc Party vibe at times even thoughit doesn’t really sound like ’em. Obscenity State – Electro noir with sassy vocals and fiery front presence provided by one Nilly Brook amidst insistent dance riddims and post punk sensibilities helmed brilliantly by Andy Valentine.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£6/£5 on the door
Fri 8 Mar
Newtown Neurotics
 + Barnstormer 1649
 + Atilla The Stockbroker
A very special gig! Legendary, influential radical punks NEWTOWN NEUROTICS from Harlow, with a new documentary all about them due out soon, join forces once again with old mate Attila the Stockbroker and his ‘early music meets punk’ band Barnstormer 1649. Sharp songs, ancient instruments, lyrics (sadly) as relevant as ever…Please come early. Attila will start the evening with a spoken word set at 8.15 prompt. Then his band. Then the Neurotics. Finish by 11 followed by DJs til 2. An all action evening! Tickets £10 adv, £12 door. Advance booking very much recommended!
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£12 on the door
£10 in advance
Sat 9 Mar
999
 + The Satellites
 + Kid Klumsy
999- Nick Cash, Guy Days, Pablo Labritain, Arturo Bassick hit the mojo riddled Dublin Castle stage again, last time they were awesome so don’t miss their long anticipated return. For those of you living under the punk n roll equivalent of a stone (a Rolling Stone?) 999 were/are a fantastic first generation punk act with an amazing array of punk pop material that touches on glam and rhythm n blues in part but always has the visceral high energy you’d expect and is ripe and rich with tunes tunes tunes. Nasty Nasty, Emergency, Homicide, Crime et al..The Satellites- are a Punk-Rock band from Acton, West London. Formed in 1977 on October 4th, twenty years to the day that the Russians launched Sputnik, the first man-made satellite.The band was put together by school chums Derek Gibbs and John McCall aka Henry Strand (vocals) and Johnny Pi r Squared (bass). They were joined by Clive Warner (Norman Normal) on guitar and Maurice Devereaux (Russell Sprout) on drums. The first gig was at Oriel Youth Centre in Northolt with Gary Numan’s Tubeway Army on December 12th. Gigs soon followed at The White Hart Acton, including one with The Ruts.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£14 on the door
£12 in advance
Tue 12 Mar
Redrock Jam
 + Open Mic Night
 + TM69 (pop punk from London)
REDROCK JAM Open mic night  07:45-11:00 Sign up 07:45 limited slots, all styles welcome.  Featured band: TM69 (pop punk from London)
Dublin Castle
Doors from 7.15
£6/£5 on the door
Fri 15 Mar
The Small Wonders – All covers, and all class covers at that, named fitfully after the classic indie punk label these Small Wonders play killer diller cuts by Joy Division , Buzzcocks , The Clash , Kaiser Chiefs and more more more . And in their earlier indie bands (sssh, no names, no pack drill) these boyos played the Castle a lot in the 1990s . Very much makes sense, that’s how they are so very honed and good at what they do. Cherry And Peesh – Punk n Poetry brought together arising from the solo original acoustic work of Peesh Logoz and the provocative burlesque, political poetry of Cherry B…it’s a great combination, got a modicum of folksy indie pop charm, but plenty of grit and guts. 00000000- Some people said this lot would amount to nothing- arf. OK well they’re certainly something, something pretty impressive at that- with noisy art rock cum post punk featuring forceful, artful female vocals and a wayward twisty turny experimental feel. Interesting…a bit Kristin Hersch like maybe, or a more leftfield Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Remind me of Ut actually…and Jefferson Airplane meets Siouxsie allowing the acid free reign. DJs We Got Killers – Spinning punk, new wave, indie, soul, rocknroll, hiphop, all bangers no clangers.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£7/£5 on the door
Sat 16 Mar
The Collective A.K.A-  Magnificent mod/punk/New Wave/2 Tone covers act- so you get Who, Kinks, Beatles, Stones, Small Faces, a bit of Northern Soul even, Specials, Jam, Madness, The Beat, Clash– and all done with musical chops to die for and a whole lotta soulful attention to detail, with brass and keys courtesy a brill riddim section and a fabulous frontline. Also, the singer could probably stand in for Roger Daltrey at an Ooo concert and nobody’d notice! Top stuff.  Forget The Down– feisty alt rock with a baggy swagger but a hard rocking riff monster edge. Dynamic stuff.  Manics thru Foo Fighters and something of second LP Stone Roses too.   The Mocking Jays  – Bouncey indie pop, full of insistent hooks and big anthemic choruses, like an amalgam of Artic Monkeys Kooks, Catfish & The Bottlemen and Kasabian. Fabulously frothy stuff.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£10 on the door
£8 in advance
Sun 17 Mar
The Skatuesques
 + The Feckin Ejits
 + The Rebel Souls
St Patricks Day Special, with..The Skatuesques-The welcome return of all female Ska/Reggae crew from Dublin, got a really nice lightness of touch and real dynamism, bit like 2-Tone faves The  Bodysnatchers, do covers and originals all fabulously well, with their own unique twist. Allways brilliant live, do not miss. The Feckin Ejits-Roustabout Celtic Punk with storming  tunes and big rousing choruses. all played with bags of conviction The Rebel Souls-.Roots/Reggae and SKA originals and covers played with verve and pop nouse, influenced by the likes of Bob Marley and the Wailers, Steel Pulse, Burning Spear, Mighty Diamonds Stage times are, The Rebel Souls 4 -4.45 The Feckin Ejits 5- 5.45 The Skatuesques 6 – 7.30
Dublin Castle

Doors from 3.30
£10 on the door
£8 in advance
Tue 19 Mar
Redrock Jam
 + Open Mic Night
 + The Rizzlers
REDROCK JAM Open mic night  07:45-11:00 Sign up 07:45 limited slots, all styles welcome.  Featured band – The Rizzlers
Dublin Castle
Doors from 7.15
£6/£5 on the door
Wed 20 Mar
Finding The Fourth Beatle
 + Rock N Roll Book Club
 + David Bedford + Julie Hamill
 + Tony Bugbear
Finding The Fourth Beatle- by David Bedford and Gary Popper with illustrations by Paul Skellett,  at The Dublin Castle Rock And Roll Book Club….’I’ve Got Blisters On My Fingers!’ This is the story of The Beatles from 1956-1970 told through a staggering 23 drummers, including Colin Hanton, Pete Best and Jimmie Nicol, and some you will not have heard of before. This fascinating work explores various Beatles’ crises and changes of musical direction, and looks into what went on when they were getting a record deal and finally found the drummer who would put the beat into The Beatles: Ringo Starr, the Fourth Beatle. The story of all the 23 drummers…Those who could have joined The Beatles, but didn’t…Expert analysis of the drummers by drummers…Why Brian Epstein didn’t sign the Beatles first contract….Why The Beatles failed the Decca audition…Who was asked to replace Pete Best before Ringo? …Why Pete Best was not sacked/dismissed by Brian Epstein ….Why Ringo became the Fourth Beatle and inspired a generation of drummers. David Bedford Q And A with Julie Hamill, All Starr DJ Set by Tony Bugbear
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£7 on the door
£5 in advance
Thu 21 Mar
The Curious Incident – Indie-Rock with a Caribbean Twist.  DIY Mag said it’s a “Pure Blast of Vitamin D“….edgy alt rock with pop sensibilities aplenty and latino touches, and very musically adept, catchy tunes, crafted fare.  Grace Solero –  elements of Zep, Sound Garden, late Beatles and Pearl Jam in the very musically sophisticated setting weeved expertly by the band here as Grace Solero her good self wraps some remarkable vocal prowess around heartfelt lyrics full of lovelorn emotion. Aftershock –Infectious Groove Rock Their sound draws influence from bands such as Audioslave, Heaven’s Basement, Living Colour etc Sam Gifford – indie pop with a definite nod to Mumford and Sons but also Coldplay and Springsteen, featuring intricate and compelling arrangements and uplifting with it.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£8 on the door
£6 in advance
Fri 22 Mar
Punk 4 Mental Health
 + Tara Rez Band
 + Bleach Boys + The Aim
 + Jon Lamb & Pat Murray, + Stella Wembley
 + Charles & The Big Boys + Poets : Cherry B, Andi and Steven Metcalfe
Punk 4 Mental Health– raising funds and awareness for M.I.N.D...Performances by the excellent alt punk queen Tara Rez(featuring Ruts DC’s Seggs on bass duties, plus ex members of King Kurt, Morrissey, Killling Joke, The Damned and Conflict) and the tireless Bleach Boys, numero uno in the pure punk joy area…plus mod rock/pop from the and more from Jon Lamb & Pat Murray, Stella Wembley, Charles & The Big Boys and poets Cherry B, Andi and Steven Metcalfe. All expertly MC’d by The Punk Professor.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£7/£5 on the door
Sat 23 Mar
Twink- Not many people truly match the expectations of the proviso ‘legend’ but where Twink is concerned legendary status is assured and then some. From Tomorrow to The Pink Fairies via Syd Barrett’s Stars and Hawkwind, Twink is an original counter culturalist psychedlicist mover shaker and he don’t sit still brothers and sisters. Apart from still hitting those amazing wigout drums Twink has also recently produced excellent new solo material showcasing his songwriterly quality and Barrett/Ayers shaped Anglo psych pop nous. He’s a fabulous act all right, it’s so good to welcome Twink to The Dublin Castle tonite. And ably backed and supported by The Lysergics too- Velvets, Stooges and early Pink Floyd textures layered and deconstructed to make for a beautiful rush of psych soul. Motovamp– ‘Raw power injected rock ‘n’ roll fronted by Los Angeles blues punk siren, Lily Marlene featuring JD KickDrum on the drums, the elusive Jared Fisher on lead guitar and garage rock stylings from James Meynell on bass. Expect a lethal dose of Russ Meyer-moto babe-psychedelic-garage-punk-madness- cool beans for you if you dig- The Stooges, MC5, The Ramones, Little Richard, Turbonegro, Black Sabbath, Motorhead, Rolling Stones, The Dead Boys, Screaming Jay Hawkins, Gun Club, The Sonics, New York Dolls….Invisible Eyes-  Frome/Bath based ambient/dance/techno project Invisible System has extendef into this rocknroll outing…more a meld of groove riff type psychedelia (Hawkwind, Here And Now, Ozrics) and a bit of Loop like post Stooges wall of ramalama. They do like a ‘Feral psyche out’… DJs We Got Killers– a cavalcade of head stretching, freakout party sounds from then and now via the inbetween times.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£12 on the door
£10 in advance
Sun 24 Mar
Crisis
 + Actifed
 + Deviant Heart + Cult Figures
 + Stone Dogs + Phoenix Chroi
 + Cueclichee + (Black Dog Punk All Dayer)
Crisis headline The Bugbear/Black Dog Punk And Alterno All Dayer #2…Crisis are back, well some of them at least!…..Formed in 1977 with the lineup of Phrazer (vocals), Lester Jones (lead guitar), Douglas Pearce (guitar), Tony Wakeford (bass) and Insect Robin the Cleaner (drums) their debut single, “No Town Hall”, was released in 1978 on Action Group Records. Their November 1978 Peel Session for BBC Radio 1 was released as the “UK 79” 7″ single in 1979 on the Ardkor label. The remaining two Peel Session songs were posthumously issued by Ardkor in 1981 as “Alienation”.  After performing their last show, supporting Magazine and Bauhaus in their hometown of Guildford in Surrey on 10 May 1980, the band broke up. A recording of the final show was released in 2008 as the ‘Ends!’ CD. Now in 2019, 42 years on, Crisis have reformed with a line-up of Tony Wakeford – Bass, Vocals; Luke Rendle – Drums; Clive Giblin – Lead Guitar, Vocals; Mark Geraghty – Rhythm Guitar, Pete Fordham – Vocals. Hymns of Faith for all! And check out the quality of the rest of this bill… the reggae tinged posipunk power of Actifed, Deviant Heart’s perfect glam punknroll Pistols/Dolls punchthe 40 plus years in the making post punk psychedelic pop joy of Swell Maps associates Cult Figures, female fronted post punk pop rockers Stone Heroes, Cueclichee’s expertly accessible take on 1990s punk America, Broken Idols’ post punk fury and Celtically inclined punk noir from Phoenix Chroi- plus more bands to be announced, book early to assure entry. 
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£12 on the door
£10 in advance
Tue 26 Mar
Redrock Jam
 + Open Mic Night
 + Imaginary Dreamers
REDROCK JAM Open mic night  07:45-11:00 Sign up 07:45 limited slots, all styles welcome. Featured band – Imaginary Dreamers
Dublin Castle
Doors from 7.15
£6/£5 on the door
Wed 27 Mar
The Songbro Showcase
 + Freya Ally
 + Pereace Laranza + Darling Boy
 + Dead Idle
SongBro is a new U.S-based music site that provides, reviews, interviews, awards, and more to independent music artists. Some of the best music submissions this site has received have been from London-based artists. So, SongBro has decided to spread the word about them! FREYA-ALLEY is a driven, direct and versatile singer ‐ songwriter currently based in London. Her sound is a unique combination of amazing pop music, electronica and a lot more. Freya keeps pursuing her artistry with vision and integrity. She has a strong passion for amazing melodies and great arrangements, often echoing the work of influential artists such as Lana Del Rey, Grimes, Florence and The Machine or The Weeknd, only to mention but a few. PAREACE-LARANZA is a 23-year-old, R&B/ contemporary Singer, Songwriter, Creative Co-Producer based in South-East London. With a distinctive, mellow sound. His music expresses the roots of his life experiences, and catchy hooks, carrying a unique tone. With his first E.P release “Hidden colours” in 2016, the RnB singer is currently working on his mixtape project for release this year 2018. Pareace has been featured and air played on Ace of Jacks radio, and BBC1XTRA R&B playlist.  SPAREY is an emerging altpop singer and lyricist based in London with a gritty alt-electronic pop style SPAREY creates a unique sound that sets apart from the majority of the singer-songwriter and pop music vibes that we have become all too used to. SPAREY began to pursue music after breaking her leg playing rugby which spurred her to channel her energy into writing music. DARLING BOY, or Alexander Gold, (for that is his given name) is an entirely self-taught – and entirely self-confident – multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and actor. In 2016, he starred alongside Jonathan Rhys Meyers’ Joe Strummer as The Clash’s Topper Headon in the feature film ‘London Town’, and more recently played Ian ‘Mac’ McLagan of Small Faces and The Faces in the smash hit musical, ‘All Or Nothing’ in London’s West End.He’s a member of The United Kingdom Ukulele Orchestra, been a guest of Dolly Parton in deepest Tennessee and asked to join two – two! – of Libertines mainman Carl Barât’s bands. As if all that wasn’t enough, Alex has also joined Supergrass’ Danny Goffey’s new band, switching between bass, guitar and drums. DEAD IDLE kicked off all the way back in May 2017 in London, England. Originally called YOU they put out their first single ‘A Bird’s Prey’ online in July and it got picked up by the BBC who aired us for 3 weeks running on their weekly show ‘BBC Introducing’.  In March 2018 they released their first physical offering in the for of a two track single on a 7-inch black vinyl, ‘Selfish’.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£6 on the door
£6 in advance
Thu 28 Mar
Arrive Early To Ensure Catching All 3 Bands- Running Order Decided On The Night! In Conjunction With Vive Le Rock Magazine Pussycat & The Dirty Johnsons– Our favourite exponents of true Cat Power…the grind and grit of punk rock seen thru feline eyes, those of amazing front woman Puss Johnson, guitar overlord Jake Johnson, and drums dynamo Ant Johnson. It’s as powerful a sound as you could hope for, accompanied by a singularly dynamic performance from Puss upfront (and right in amongst the audience of course). Never fail to hit the button dead on. For fans of The Stooges, The Cramps, Jon Spencer, Sex Pistols, The Kills…. The Witchdoktors – ‘Kicking the world’s ass one day at a time’…we hear ya.. punk rock is in the mix (Ramones, Clash, Pistols, Damned etc) plus plenty of trashy rock’n’roll-a-billy, and a dash of 60s Psyche-Out Garage, even a little jaundiced country ..great stuff for punks and teds alike. East Town Pirates –  Formed in smugglers dens along the East Suffolk coastline, the East Town Pirates made their way through the punk dives and back bars of ye Olde Ipswich Towne. Armed to the teeth with infectious tunes, they sharpened their hooks in raids on taverns and alehouses around East Anglia before taking their explosive live show on the road and laying waste to the rest of England, Ireland and France. ‘Motorhead meets The Pogues’….
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£13 on the door
£10 in advance
Fri 29 Mar
One-Eyed Disco-hook- laden, edgy indie-punk, really strong tunes with rousing choruses, great stuff positively bristles with energy . there’s a bit of an Artic Monkeys vibe without really sounding like em, Fab. Hands Of Industry – indie electro, harks back to early Human League, especially the vocals, the keys are on a more Depeche Mode trip and there’s some nice solid live drums. A goth element too, Sisters Of Mercy in particular…nicely crafted.  Modern Men-Formed just over 10 months ago, Modern Men have had a lightning debut year bringing their playful, intelligent and refreshingly bold alt-pop to the London live scene. Marrying tight, jagged guitars, yelping vocals and infectious hooks, the band create unashamedly rich pop songs, exploring the anxieties of life with a frank, and at times, painfully honest intensity recalling the spikey art pop of Talking Heads, XTC and Everything Everything.
Dublin Castle
Doors from 7.15
£7/£5 on the door
Sat 30 Mar
Total Who Show
 + The Magic Bus Band
 + DJ Ike 'Can See For' Miles?!
TOTAL WHO SHOW – featuring Johnny Warman and The Magic Bus Band…. all the hits plus songs from Quadrophenia, Tommy and Live at Leeds, starring  Gary Grainger from Rod Stewart’s band on Lead Guitar and drummer Greg Pringle who has played for a certain Pete Townshend. Who’s up for two hours of the greatest live hits and classics by The Who, including ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’, ‘Pinball Wizard’, ‘Who Are You’, ‘Substitute’ and ‘My Generation‘? “Five stars. Songs to delight the diehard fans and casual observers… played stunningly”- The Herald  “One of the very best live bands in the UK and Europe and the energy and passion of performance is extraordinary and world class musicianship with stunning vocals and over two hours on stage”- Time Out
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£15 on the door
£12 in advance
Tue 2 Apr
Redrock Jam
 + Open Mic Night
 + Frog Maintenance Division
REDROCK JAM Open mic night  07:45-11:00 Sign up 07:45 limited slots, all styles welcome.  Featured band: Frog Maintenance Division
Dublin Castle
Doors from 7.15
£6/£5 on the door
Wed 3 Apr
Dayglo! The Poly Styrene Story
 + Rock N Roll Book Club
 + Celeste Bell + Zoe Howe
 + DJs
Rock N Roll Book Club : Dayglo! The Poly Styrene Story- with Celeste Bell and Zoe Howe. In conversation with Tony Gleed and Julie Hamill.- Poly Styrene was a singer-songwriter, an artist, a free-thinker, a post-modern style pioneer and a lifelong spiritual seeker: a true punk icon. But this rebel queen with the cheeky grin was also a latter-day pop artist with a wickedly perceptive gift for satirizing the world around her – her brightly coloured, playful aesthetic sharply at odds with the stark monochrome style and nihilism of punk. Here, for the first time, the vibrant jigsaw of Poly s inspiring and often moving story has been lovingly pieced together by her daughter, singer-songwriter Celeste Bell, and writer/artist Zoë Howe (author of the acclaimed Typical Girls? The Story Of The Slits, amongst many others). From growing up mixed-race in Brixton in the 1960s, to being at the forefront of the emerging punk scene with X-Ray Spex in the 1970s, to finding faith with the Hare Krishna movement, to balancing single motherhood with a solo music career and often debilitating mental health issues, the book honestly and openly explores Poly s exceptional life, up until her untimely passing in 2011. Based on interviews with those who knew and loved Poly whether personally or through music, this oral history book includes testimonies from Vivienne Westwood, Don Letts, Glen Matlock, Jonathan Ross, Neneh Cherry, The Slits Tessa Pollitt, Thurston Moore, Jon Savage, and many others. Heavily illustrated throughout including personal photographs, flyers from the punk scene and hand-drawn artwork and lyrics for X-Ray Spex and beyond the book beautifully captures Poly Styrene s creative and personal legacy, reminding us that if anyone had the power to turn our worlds dayglo, it was her.  Celeste Bell is the lead singer of Celeste Dos Santos and The Tabloid Queens, narrator and co-writer of the documentary I Am A Cliche and Poly Styrene’s daughter.  Zoe Howe is a writer, musician and visual artist based in Essex. Her books include Lee Brilleaux – Rock `n’ Roll Gentleman, a biography of the celebrated Dr Feelgood frontman, Typical Girls? The Story Of The Slits, How’s Your Dad? Living In The Shadow of a Rock Star Parent and Wilko Johnson – Looking Back At Me.  N.B– a ‘Special, Limited Edition’ of the book will also be published, which will be available to purchase freshly signed by the authors on the night….for just £10!…more details to follow.
Dublin Castle

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Thu 4 Apr
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 Mixed Opinions-Rock of a classic bent meets brit hop, old school riffage with fluid rapping, works well, reminds of audioweb in paces Toreador– Toreador bring together the three-pieces’ signature blend of gigantic guitars, snaking rhythms and butter melting harmonies that evoke comparisons to Queens of the Stone Age and Led Zepplin.“This Behemoth track has to be one of my favourites. I literally can’t stop listening to it” –BBC Introducing Solent for debut single ‘Hollow’
Dublin Castle

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Fri 5 Apr
Folk Devils
 + Inca Babies
 + Turning Black Like Lizards
Folk Devils – Formed by Co. Durham native Ian Lowery (formerly of The Wall and Ski Patrol) this ace band released several acclaimed singles including “Hank Turns Blue” and “Beautiful Monster” and recorded several sessions for BBC Radio’s John Peel Show. Musically their heady brew of swampy rock on a bed of bastardized blues created a vehicle for Lowery’s increasingly misanthropic worldview. A well-honed gutter poet since the early days of punk, Ian developed an idiosyncratic style, fusing a natural gift for sly wordplay and a well turned snarky phrase with his often vitriolic and poignant lyrics channeled through an explosive onstage persona. Folk Devils opened for the likes of The Fall, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Gun Club and Spacemen 3, and also toured extensively throughout Europe. Singer Ian Lowery sadly passed away in 2001. The band reformed in 2016 with new singer Dave Hodgson (once of Parting Shots)to celebrate the release of the retrospective CD/2xLP “Beautiful Monsters” featuring remastered audio of all the band’s studio and demo recordings. Big faves of Bugbear back in the day, finger poised on the pause button as Peely played the underground hits. Fantastic to host their appearance tonight. Inca Babies – Inca Babies were formed in Manchester’s infamous Hulme district in 1982 and their music was a raunchy Death Ray twang from a punk-trash, Americana perspective. Radio 1 DJ John Peel and his producer John Walters heard the Inca’s first single The Interior and offered them a session. It was to be the first of four they did for Radio 1 between 1984-87. With two number one slots in the Indie single chart and a top 5 album, Rumble, the Incas were flying high. Like all good things they came to an end as fashions changed and members came and went, but the band reformed in 2007 with Gold Blade drummer Rob Haynes, a new album followed but all this was sadly marred by the death of bassist Bill Marten. The band was put on hold while they came to terms with this loss, but it was eventually decided to keep Bill’s legacy alive by continuing and finishing off the album they had started writing. The most recent album The Stereo Plan was released in September 2014. Still going strong, and great to have them in the DC tonite. Perfect partners for The Folk Devils. As are…Turning Black Like Lizards – New Brum band with some classy and indeed classic Brit indie noire reference points. A bit of Bunnymen, some Jesus and Mary Chain and Joy Division/New Order for sure. A very fine performance and assured at that, with beefy drums, clinically cool guitars, probing bass and a calm yet powerful vocal. All very cool indeed.
Dublin Castle

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Sat 6 Apr
Krankschaft – Sometime Inner City Unitarians alongside the Hawkwind legend Nik Turner, Krankschaft came to prominence back in the hazy crazy day backing yer man Robert Calvert post his stint with Dave Brock and co…A subsidiary of Kranky Corp Industries (Japan) Krankschaft are time travelers bringing their tales for the past of the future to your ears via a mix of punky space krautrock which they & only they can purvey. Ace to have them hit the DC tonite…. with… A Body Of People– Blending the psychedelic nuances of Julian Cope with the kind of bouncy, rocking Small Faces/Stranglers fare (thanks to some smashing arpegiotastic keys), ABOP combine the commercial and the quirky most heroically. With a tinge of that Barrett/Ayers counter cultural heritage, all envisaged thru a punky party lens mind you geezer, and we understand a new album is on the way….
Dublin Castle

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£6 Early Bird in advance
Tue 9 Apr
Redrock Jam
 + Open Mic Night
 + Refuge
REDROCK JAM Open mic night  07:45-11:00 Sign up 07:45 limited slots, all styles welcome.  Featured band: Refuge
Dublin Castle
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£6/£5 on the door
Sat 13 Apr
Mickey 9’s – Largely lauded Glasgow band celebrate their 10th anniversary with a full on tour,  which is great news for all fans of techy punky and  funky metallic dance music with sharp witted lyrics and a wild stage persona. Inspired initially by Daft Punk, these guys have put out massively collectible records with the likes of  Moshi Moshi and produced 2 cracking LPs into the bargain. “…a blend of meaty basslines, jaggy guitars, up-tempo rhythms and idiosyncratic vocals” The Scotsman. The Clang Group as fronted by uber producer (Morrisey, Madness, Bowie, Dexys etc) Clive Langer are releasing a Record Store Day Monks tribute 45 and this gig is the launch.What a fine thing. An all star cast that has included Roxy Music’s Andy McKay and one Suggs, The Clang Group’s angular Anglo psych pop is by turn experimental and blissful, but chock full of great tunes coz the former Deaf School head honcho has written a fair few (‘Shipbuilding‘ anyone?). Landspeeder – Gritty indie rock from a bunch of old faces from the 1990s Britpop scene (Reuben, Mandelbrot Set and F.O.N.D) and have worked with Suede, Echo & the Bunnymen, Kingmaker, Cast and loads more in the intervening years. Run Into the Night – 2 gals from Glasgow- psych and grunge touches with exultant harmonies and siren singing…could this be the post Nirvana Strawberry Switchblade?  
Dublin Castle

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£8 in advance
Tue 16 Apr
Redrock Jam
 + Open Mic Night
 + Calamity Script
REDROCK JAM Open mic night  07:45-11:00 Sign up 07:45 limited slots, all styles welcome.  Featured band: Calamity Spirit
Dublin Castle
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£6/£5 on the door
Fri 19 Apr
Eli
 + Conan Mac
 + The Champagne Martins + Motorway Lights
 + Katalia
Eli are an alternative rock band based in Guildford performing tonight alongside other local bands from the same area. Guilford comes to Camden raising money for an autistic kids’ charity. Expect a variety of differing genres on the night from the supporting acts including Conan Mac‘s shameless pop, Motorway Lights‘ electronic feel and the effortless fun portrayed by Ollie Ciaran from The Champagne Martins….
Dublin Castle

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Sun 21 Apr
Easter Sunday Matinee North Meets South Festival  with Unicorn Hunters, Certificate X and North Ridge plus other ace bands to be announced. Unicorn Hunters – ‘We’re the gypsy, the subliminal message, the girls in the short skirts, the razor blade, a bag of what you need.’…ha!..ok then, this Sheff band have a  psych tinged stoner grunge vibe- nicely weighted heaviosity and interesting ideas with timings and arrangements to keep you on yer toes, but when the vox hit it gets more punky, a bit Lydon…via Noddy Holder! Grand… Certificate X- Punk covers act from Sheff doing stuff like ‘Overkill’, 999’s ‘Emergency’ and ‘Tomorrow’s Girls’ by UK Subs and so on. Ferocity and ability to the fore, plus a respect for the ace material.  North Ridge –  4 piece cover band from Sheffield. Perform their ace set with an interesting twist on popular songs. Foo fighters, The Jam, Bon Jovi, Kaiser Chiefs, Stereophonics and loads more…Tim Allen– from Preston, Lancs via New Zealand, Hangar 18 main man Tim is jetting in to Londres just to play for us- well something like that. Great  to host him today anyways, his ‘intergalactic rock’ being very hot to trot right across the Asia Pacific Region…  Doors 3pm
Dublin Castle

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Tue 23 Apr
Redrock Jam
 + Open Mic Night
 + Thomas Ebri's Band
REDROCK JAM Open mic night  07:45-11:00 Sign up 07:45 limited slots, all styles welcome.  Featured band: Thomas Ebri’s Band
Dublin Castle
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£6/£5 on the door
Fri 26 Apr
The Joneses The eagerly anticipated return of this fantastic tribute to The Smiths . Expect classics from The Smiths back catalogue as well as a number of deep cuts as they recreate a Smiths live show like no-one else can. The Joneses will be joined by Stone Thief (@stonethiefUK) who’ll be playing music with a unique sound a sharp edge that includes everything from Jimi Hendrix, to Counting Crows. Attachments area
Dublin Castle

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Sat 27 Apr
Curtis And A New Dark Age– As we approach 40 years since the death of Ian Curtis (fooking hell, Closer is getting Further) here we have another Joy Division tribute, yeah tribute acts are largely naff but this is the 5th JD trib we’ve entertained in the DC coz let’s face it there’s something remarkable about even attempting the post Warsaw sound…you may say no tribute will ever totally nail the Joy Div sound but this gets mighty, mighty close than most, and yer actual Curtis is pretty believable, and the rest of band certainly have nailed the sound but haven’t insulted us by troubling too much over the look. Gotta be a great night out, albeit a dark one. Cowboy Flying Saucer- ‘Cowboy Flying Saucer is an incarnation spawned from a conversation in a Walthamstow pub. An experimental vehicle for sonic fun and adventure. Influences: time, space, electricity, tardigrades, God Saves The Earth Flying Saucer Foundation, The Middle Ages, smoke blackened paper, spring reverb, hypnosis, isolation, beer, celestial bodies, insects, rebounding objects, internal ramblings, dreams ‘To these ears also The Fall, early Stereolab, The Monochrome Set and the more esoteric end of Joe Meek – very Fall vocally, nicecheaps keys and FX and clunking chords. Great!
Dublin Castle

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Tue 30 Apr
Redrock Jam
 + Open Mic Night
 + Saw
REDROCK JAM Open mic night  07:45-11:00 Sign up 07:45 limited slots, all styles welcome.  Featured band: Saw
Dublin Castle
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£6/£5 on the door
Tue 7 May
Redrock Jam
 + Open Mic Night
 + The Bellparty Frontier
REDROCK JAM Open mic night  07:45-11:00 Sign up 07:45 limited slots, all styles welcome.  Featured band – The Bellparty Frontier
Dublin Castle
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£6/£5 on the door
Fri 10 May
The Stukas
 + The Sha La Las
 + The Subterranean Gentlemen
The Stukas – highly loved at the time so needless to say even more loved now they’re back- our very favourite Germanic fighter plane cum original reformed new wave / powerpop act. ‘Sport, Sport I love Sport, Running And Jumping I’m A Physical Sort’ …not many, cranked up for mods, rockers, punks and everybody else come to that. Great! The Sha La La’s – Psych-mod groovers embracing something of Paul Weller‘s mid ’90’s stuff via Spencer Davis Group, and they sure are seasoned players, have the chops, and are a stunningly good live proposition The Subterranean Gentlemen– a nifty modernist turn who also contain some members of The Stukas.
Dublin Castle

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£10 on the door
£8 in advance
Tue 14 May
Redrock Jam
 + Open Mic Night
 + THEA
REDROCK JAM Open mic night  07:45-11:00 Sign up 07:45 limited slots, all styles welcome.  Featured band – THEA
Dublin Castle
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£6/£5 on the door
Fri 17 May
West 54-Superb 10 piece band playing the best modern Funk and Jazz-Funk with verve and panache. Full brass section and percussion a MASSIVE sound. Tracks form the likes of PBUG, Cory Henry, Trombone Shorty, The Motet, Lettuce, Brother Strut and Incognito. A70’s funk sound with a modern twist. Leah Vee-Rapper, soul siren, teacher, empowered female example to the yoot dem- all here in Leah Vee’s wonderful lyricism and spiritually imbued nu soul and trippy Brithop vehicle. Beautifully wrought head music for the heart. Sister Mercedes- began as the altere ego of Darren Van Asten (guitar and vocals). It has since grown three more heads: John Devolle (lead guitar), Dominic Pettit (drums) and Rafael Curita (bass).John & Darren played in Junkbox together before and John has played in various other bands including The Intolerable Kidd & Friends and The Lonesome Cowboys from Hell. They live in London.
Dublin Castle

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Sat 15 Jun
Ball Of Fire!
 + The Estimators
 + Petty Thieves + Rocksteady Rockas
 + DJs
Ball Of Fire Club hosted by and starring The Estimators– taking a more authentic, pre punk, pre roots reggae approach to all things ska, this highly accomplished band truly specialize in nice vibes, proper old school Skatalites/Prince Buster stylee,  echoing the swing and sass of early rocksteady and rudeboy reggae tooons. Some choice JA covers and some fine originals, a wonderful reading of the genre! The Petty Thieves – super sassy six piece sleazy Reggae/Ska/Funk band from the dirty suburbs of Medway. It ain’t all dirty garage punk out there, fabulous skanking fun. Rocksteady Rockas – wonderful rocksteady/rudeboy reggae outfit with a sweet, effortless sound and just a lickle bit of grit in the oyster, just as we like it.
Dublin Castle

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£8 in advance
Sat 31 Aug
John Rossall's Glitter Band
 + SLADY
John Rossall is a founding member of The Glitterband, the silver clad powerhouse behind the disgraced one we don’t need to bother with anymore…it’s all about these guys. This is John Rossall’s glorious Glitter Band, and now they’re even better, augmented by Hello’s Bob Bradbury plus the very glam-orous Mrs B  on sassy sax…So prepare yourself for an uninhibited,  joyous journey through their amazing run of superb 1970s defining hit singles. And what a primal, mould breaking, magnificent pop noise they made in their 1970s heyday…check the record… Rock And Roll Part 2, I love You Love, Angel Face, Hello Hello I’m Back Again, Just For You…so many more!…loads of ace numbers…so here’s a reet treat for you all. The Glitterband playing all them fabulous numbers again, book early! Let’s Get Together Again…plus brilliantly appropriate support from SLADY – who are: Gobby – Singer/Guitarist, Jem Lea – Bass, Donna Powell – Drummer, Davina Hill – Lead Guitar/Singer- Yes!! An all female Slade tribute band! What’s not to adore. C’mon Feel The Noize…
Dublin Castle

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£15 on the door
£9 in advance
Thu 26 Sep
Diamond Dogs
 + Special Guests
Diamond Dogs- RELOAD, REWIND & RECALL ROCK N ROLL “The glam boogie blue-eyed soul rockers Diamond Dogs are back to set things straight!” After the loss of saxophone player and longtime band member Magic Gunnarsson (who died in a drowning accident 2014) Sulo and the rest of Diamond Dogs called it a day. They released the album “Quitters & Complainers” 2015 and went on a farewell tour ending in Oviedo in October together with Iggy Pop. Since then Sulo’s released 3 solo albums, working with Chris Spedding, Paul Young, The Crunch etc and the rest of the members been busy with other projects. During this time a lot of Diamond Dogs gig requests have been dropping in from all over the world and when they found out that 4 of the 10 previous studio albums have been out of stock for a long time and unavailable as down loads they started to make a plan. Sulo & Honk (Henrik Widen), the remaining original members thought it was time to set things straight and release “that” compilation they’ve been talking about for many years. One thing led to another and soon “RECALL ROCK & ROLL”(Cargo Records) will be available, a double album including 30 tracks. 25 old and 5 brand new. At the same time Cargo Records will re-release 4 previous albums on vinyl/Cd & download. The albums are “As your greens turn brown” “Too much is always better than not enough” “That’s the juice I’m on” And the split album with legendary US Punkrock singer Jeff Dahl. “Atlantic Crossover”. DIAMOND DOGS 2019 are Sulo – Lead vocals Lars Karlsson-Guitar Martin Thomander (ex Electric Boys)-Guitar, Backing vocals  Henrik “Honk” Widen – Keys, Backing vocals  Stefan Bellnäs- Bass Thomas Broman (ex Glenn Hughes)- Drums Playing over two nights in the CBGBs of London, the legendary Dublin Castle, Sulo and co. will feature special guest artists both nights and offer a special cheap double show tickt with album included. Book now to avoid disappointment!
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£12 on the door
£10 in advance
Fri 27 Sep
Diamond Dogs
 + Special Guests
 + Headline Maniac
Diamond Dogs- RELOAD, REWIND & RECALL ROCK N ROLL “The glam boogie blue-eyed soul rockers Diamond Dogs are back to set things straight!” After the loss of saxophone player and longtime band member Magic Gunnarsson (who died in a drowning accident 2014) Sulo and the rest of Diamond Dogs called it a day. They released the album “Quitters & Complainers” 2015 and went on a farewell tour ending in Oviedo in October together with Iggy Pop. Since then Sulo’s released 3 solo albums, working with Chris Spedding, Paul Young, The Crunch etc and the rest of the members been busy with other projects. During this time a lot of Diamond Dogs gig requests have been dropping in from all over the world and when they found out that 4 of the 10 previous studio albums have been out of stock for a long time and unavailable as down loads they started to make a plan. Sulo & Honk (Henrik Widen), the remaining original members thought it was time to set things straight and release “that” compilation they’ve been talking about for many years. One thing led to another and soon “RECALL ROCK & ROLL”(Cargo Records) will be available, a double album including 30 tracks. 25 old and 5 brand new. At the same time Cargo Records will re-release 4 previous albums on vinyl/Cd & download. The albums are “As your greens turn brown” “Too much is always better than not enough” “That’s the juice I’m on” And the split album with legendary US Punkrock singer Jeff Dahl. “Atlantic Crossover”. DIAMOND DOGS 2019 are Sulo – Lead vocals Lars Karlsson-Guitar Martin Thomander (ex Electric Boys)-Guitar, Backing vocals  Henrik “Honk” Widen – Keys, Backing vocals  Stefan Bellnäs- Bass Thomas Broman (ex Glenn Hughes)- Drums Playing over two nights in the CBGBs of London, the legendary Dublin Castle, Sulo and co. will feature special guest artists both nights and offer a special cheap double show tickt with album included. Book now to avoid disappointment! Headline Maniac – freshly signed hot to trot offshoot of the current Eddie and the Hot Rods lineup.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£12 on the door
£10 in advance
Fri 27 Sep
Diamond Dogs
 + Special Guests
Diamond Dogs- RELOAD, REWIND & RECALL ROCK N ROLL “The glam boogie blue-eyed soul rockers Diamond Dogs are back to set things straight!” After the loss of saxophone player and longtime band member Magic Gunnarsson (who died in a drowning accident 2014) Sulo and the rest of Diamond Dogs called it a day. They released the album “Quitters & Complainers” 2015 and went on a farewell tour ending in Oviedo in October together with Iggy Pop. Since then Sulo’s released 3 solo albums, working with Chris Spedding, Paul Young, The Crunch etc and the rest of the members been busy with other projects. During this time a lot of Diamond Dogs gig requests have been dropping in from all over the world and when they found out that 4 of the 10 previous studio albums have been out of stock for a long time and unavailable as down loads they started to make a plan. Sulo & Honk (Henrik Widen), the remaining original members thought it was time to set things straight and release “that” compilation they’ve been talking about for many years. One thing led to another and soon “RECALL ROCK & ROLL”(Cargo Records) will be available, a double album including 30 tracks. 25 old and 5 brand new. At the same time Cargo Records will re-release 4 previous albums on vinyl/Cd & download. The albums are “As your greens turn brown” “Too much is always better than not enough” “That’s the juice I’m on” And the split album with legendary US Punkrock singer Jeff Dahl. “Atlantic Crossover”. DIAMOND DOGS 2019 are Sulo – Lead vocals Lars Karlsson-Guitar Martin Thomander (ex Electric Boys)-Guitar, Backing vocals  Henrik “Honk” Widen – Keys, Backing vocals  Stefan Bellnäs- Bass Thomas Broman (ex Glenn Hughes)- Drums Playing over two nights in the CBGBs of London, the legendary Dublin Castle, Sulo and co. will feature special guest artists both nights and offer a special cheap double show tickt with album included. Book now to avoid disappointment!
Dublin Castle
Doors from 7.15
£12 on the door
£10 in advance