Sat 6 Feb
The Dekkertones – Playing authentic ska, well more rudeboy reggae really- skinhead reggae, boss reggae, whatever you prefer! Male singer, female singer, full brass front line and a nicely skanking rocksteady vibe. ‘Sweet Soul Music’….’Hurts So Good’…’Everything I Own’ and so on… Got the look. Got the talent. Do it sweetly and dancing feetly , an absolute corking night out assured- this’ll be The Best Saturday Night Out In Camden Town needless to say. With fine support from Jack The Lad – 5 piece band playing classic Punk Ska & Oi! from ’78 onwards, with a few obscure tunes thrown in for good measure. Av it !
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£16 on the door
£12 in advance
Sat 6 Feb
The Satellites
 + DamageUK
The Satellites- Unabashed big bollocked 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. Ya see?! Singer Derek Gibbs took on an early mantle of punk rock fame as the model on the front of the infamous 1977 ‘New Wave’ compilation album…every young punker had one, and admirted Del’s beer flobbing antics before they ever heard his sonorous singing. They supported Gary Numan’s Tubeway Army on their first ever gig in that sainted year of ’77, and have played with all the great and the good of punk in the ensuing years….proper punk… and tonite they play with DamageUK – Brian Damage outta Nuffin‘s new band, bringing his cousin Paul Flynn from those top geezers on bass, plus Reg Charles on drums. So think post Nuffin, post punk, think 1979 and the riffing has slowed down and it’s gotten a tad more dare I say new wave-  like the difference between early Lurkers and the stuff they did later- or any of them bands come to mention it. Songs echo Clash circa London Calling, plus some nice Joy Division-ish guitar figures…dynamic stuff.
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£10 on the door
£10 in advance
Wed 24 Mar
Stella Wembley
 + Byronic Sex And Exile
 + Machine Rox + Cyberwaste
Stella Wembley – From Los Angeles, a flame haired singer songwriter steeped in opera and classical music but tapping into a Celtic fringe introspective pop via Goth and Dark wave. ‘No society has been so deeply alienated as ours from nature. I play music because it’s all I can do’Byronic Sex And Exile- Solo fellah doing a pretty good job of evoking early sisters of Mercy and all manner of grimy Goth goodness, stirring stuff Cyberwaste – Adventurous female-driven electronica with infusions of Hip-hop, DnB, Dance, Soundtrack and industrial, darkly atmospheric with a nod to Massive attack, Grimes, Portishead and  Nine inch nails
Dublin Castle
Doors from 7.15
£7/£5 on the door
Thu 29 Apr
The Salford Lads NYC
 + +Special Guests TBA
THE SALFORD LADS NYC- En route from New York to Manchester  for MozarmyMeet2020, this legendary Smiths/Morrissey cover band have built a reputation as the most sought-after tribute on the US east coast, now fronted by ‘The Mexican Morrissey’ the fabulous JOSE MALDONADO (also seen in The Sweet And Tender Hooligans) , and there’s no doubt about it, if it’s a Morrissey tribute you’re after he’s the best in the business.  
Dublin Castle
Doors from 7.15
£10 on the door
£8 in advance
Sat 12 Jun
tbc
The Dekkertones – Playing authentic ska, well more rudeboy reggae really- skinhead reggae, boss reggae, whatever you prefer! Male singer, female singer, full brass front line and a nicely skanking rocksteady vibe. ‘Sweet Soul Music’….’Hurts So Good’…’Everything I Own’ and so on… Got the look. Got the talent. Do it sweetly and dancing feetly , an absolute corking night out assured- this’ll be The Best Saturday Night Out In Camden Town needless to say. With fine support from Jack The Lad – 5 piece band playing classic Punk Ska & Oi! from ’78 onwards, with a few obscure tunes thrown in for good measure. Av it !
Dublin Castle

Doors from 7.15
£8/£6 on the door
Sat 11 Sep
The Bracknall
 + Special Guests TBA
The Bracknall- Long awaited London appearance by the soulful rocknroll combo  who specialize in skuzzed up bluesey indie rock, with reverberations of The Libertines, King Blues and trace elements of Jamie T.
Dublin Castle
Doors from 7.15
£8/£6 on the door