gig INFO
The Vibrators + Steve Hooker + The Satellites
Punk
Rock
£11

Main Artist

The Vibrators

Description

The Vibrators - 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 such a pace commanded brilliantly by long standing lynchpin Eddie at the drums, you can't possibly relax for a second coz yer having such a good time. They don't ease off the gas for a second. The Vibrators - 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 such a pace commanded brilliantly by long standing lynchpin Eddie at the drums, you can't possibly relax for a second coz yer having such a good time. They don't ease off the gas for a second. Eddie reconvened with legendary songwriter and frontman Knox, original bassist and uber producer Pat Collier and guitarist John Ellis (Peter Gabriel, The Stranglers etc) just before lockdown and created the critically acclaimed album 'Mars Casino'..we are exceedingly excited to say that iconic lineup gathers together tonight in The Dublin, so it really is one festive vibration you must not miss...Steve Hooker - super charged dirty Essex Delta rocknroll trio fronted by long standing guitar guru Mr Hooker, a powerhouse who get a reet good and grinding riffology going and take it to the dancefloor with a sleazy Link Wray twang and a bulbous Bo Diddley beat...damn good.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 admired 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…