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Tales Of The Filthy Tongues, Philip Rambow, Music Minds, Seil Lien....

Friday 19th October
The Dublin Castle
The Filthy Tongues + Seil Lien
+ Jakobi + Stage Door Guy
+ DJs We Got Killers

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The Filthy Tongues-Dirty post punk and grinding poetic folk rock what with sometime fiddles and tings..a Scottish band who have been around since the ’80s featuring ex members of Goodbye Mr Makenzie, you’d compare this to Nick Cave on first listen but actually has far more in common with Crime And The City Solution and The Triffids. Great stuff, Scots accent intact as tales of woe and wonder are woven. Nice. God is in the TV said about their current album ‘Back To Hell’, “These songs wrap themselves around you like a warm blanket and effortlessly soothe your soul.”
If you click on the pic above you may hear a rather witty meditation on Aircon and pub circuit rocknroll by front Tongue Martin Metcalfe, flushing as he does The Time Toilet on Bug Bear’s Boogaloo Radio Show ‘Tales Of The Dublin Castle’…some FTs to enjoy there too alongside all manner of great music from Otis Rush to Blondie via Frank Sinatra….

Also tonite, and from Glasgow, Seil Lien…. “You could argue that she is one of Scotland’s best-kept secrets… It’s down and dirty swamp rock that’s a little bit Bad Seeds, a little bit White Stripes, and should be on a David Lynch movie soundtrack” (Scots Whay Hae!) “Sublime debut” (Planet Rock). Fabulous stuff and a wonderful female lead vocal. Plus, Jakobi– Gritty post-punk informed indie rock, sounding a bit like The Gun Club in places and there’s some interesting dissonant guitar sounds, with Stage Door Guy and his agit pop/prop punkishly hewn indie rock with politico anti establishment lyrics. We Got Killers will DJ til 2am. There may be a bit of a Caledonian Disco… A Scottish flavour tonight in celebration of our fabulous live bill. Plenty of classic Scots sounds for dancing yer tits off too, and a smattering of Yanks and English and all the rest too. Kilts permitted. Probably.But no pajamas..

We welcomed the wonderful Philip Rambow along to the Boogaloo Radio studio last week. Tap on the pic above and enjoy still more Tales Of The Dublin Castle and beyond…. With The Winkies Philip Rambow blended Glam and pub rock, and toured and recorded with Brian Eno.
From the Winkies to New York, where Philip became a Max’s Kansas City regular, always being an artist prescient of punk and new wave. Philip also teamed up with Mick Ronson and co- wrote many of the songs on the first Ellen Foley album, whilst working up two solo albums (listen in here for reissue news). With Kirsty MacColl, he created the classic “There’s A Guy Works Down The Chip Shop Swears He’s Elvis”, [more] a fabulous song Phillip recently revisited with his marvelous Tex Pistols project, playing alongside the heady likes of Martin Belmont, Gerraint Watkins and Pete Thomas (also heard here). Philip came to Boogaloo to talk ‘Music Minds’, a splendid cause benefiting mental health charities, and with an attendant album and event featuring new songs by some high hitting talents (Glen Tilbrook, Chris Difford, Tom Robinson, Andy Fairweather Low, Phillip his good self, and many more).