Brain Ape
(DVD Launch)
Dublin Castle
Thu 13 December
Dublin Castle
Fri 14 December
RocknRoll Rescue's Nightmare Before Xmas
Flesh Tetris
YOU
District 13
Legal Freaks
Dublin Castle
Sun 16 December
Dublin Castle
Fri 21 December
Richard Strange
An Accent Waiting To Happen
Rock And Roll Book Club
Dublin Castle
Wed 16 January
Tales Of Vibrators, A Hooker And Those Naughty Lumps...

Saturday 1st December
The Dublin Castle
The Vibrators + Steve Hooker Stripped Down Stompin Band
+ Those Naughty Lumps
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From Pure Mania in 1977 onwards The Vibrators set out their stall as the accomplished but still utterly kick ass end of Romantic punk n roll, showing the upstarts how it’s done. Searing, scintillating, speedin’ rock and roll that they pulse along at an amazing pace to this day, commanded brilliantly by long standing lynchpin Eddie at the drums. You can’t possibly relax, yer having such a good time. They don’t ease off the gas for a second. With The Members’ Nigel Bennett on guitar and bass ace Pete chopping out the riddim, The Vibrators are a ramalama rocknroll experience supreme. Original songsmith Knox will be popping by from RNR Rescue next door for a bit of Baby Baby action too, will be a fab nite… click on the pic for vintage Vibrators joy…

Also playing Steve Hooker and band and their superb super charged dirty Essex Delta rocknroll and arrive early for Those Naughty Lumps, who trace their new wave cred back to the halcyon days of the Erics club Liverpool scene, an original Zoo Recs band who once featured one Julian Cope on bass. Yer Lumps are a gift to behold, reformed after all these years, and still packed with an unbridled joy care of their raunchy, slightly naughty, old wave new wave punky pub pop. A punk Bonzos? Kinda. Fronted by a professional cricketer and a first world war historian, not your every day rocknroll band.

Meantime Tony Bug Bear and Mike Spenser (The Cannibals) engage in a biddabing biddabong hey I’m walking here where’s my pretzel hold the pickles whatcha gonna do and now I gotta turn my back on you type New York City shaped filmic finery on Soho Radio’s The Saturday Sync for your edification and entertainment, and the link to hear this joyous delight is right there behind blade wielding Deborah H, click and enjoy. Music outta films with Noo Yoik Noo Yoik as featured location.