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Friday March 21st
Deviation Street is London’s hot hang-out for desperate rock’n’rollers. You’ll see & hear the best new garage and trashy rock’n’roll bands we can find.
In addition resident DJ Phil Istine & guest DJ John The Revelator will be on hand with the vintage vinyl, spinning 45s of garage, beat, rock’n’roll, & other assorted trash.
10,000 man hours - 10,000 lbs of psychedelic rock'n'soul, greasy garage grind and fuzzzzzzzzzed-out bubblegum noise pleasure! Debut single ‘L.S.D’ was described as sounding "like some raw ‘n’ atonal freaked ‘n’ f**ked -up heads-down wig-flipped brew, cooked up by a shit-faced coming together of Hawkwind, MC5 and the Buttholes with the eternally-admired Mummies".
Merseyside trio growing stronger and more popular by the day. Shindig! said "The Romleys are probably not known to you, but they should be. Singer-guitarist Garry Eager has a warm yet strong voice that brings to mind Roger Daltrey, and the dry humour and storytelling nous we associate with Ray Davies. The ramshackle skiffling spirit of the songs even made me think that Edgar Jones’ The Stairs might have been on stereo, alongside the Fab Four and The La’s. Labelling these men as ’60s revivalists would be foolish, as it’s the pre-war spirit of ale houses and loose women that inform the songs as much as rich harmonies and mop tops".
OF ARROWE HILL
"The Most Haunted Group in England". of Arrowe Hill are an English rock group, formed in London in 1999. The group has had an eclectic musical output over six albums, spanning psychedelia, acid folk, country blues and lo-fi. “Shaping up as Punk Floyd” said Gadfly Adolescence. We tried booking them in 2006(!) but was scuppered at the last minute. Now we can right that wrong...
Brand new garage punk rock London trio, fronted by Lucie, the sassiest girl in this hemisphere. Expect an unquiet beginning to proceedings...
@ The Alley Cat
4 Denmark Street, London, WC2H 8LP
Tube: Tottenham Court Road