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Review of DASTARDS at Rubeyz, Bournemouth 3rd May

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

By Tamlyn Head 

    “The DASTARDS was a familiar name to me and, although I had never seen them live, they have been pleasing audiences for the last 6 years. A guitar trio – one bass, one rhythm and one acoustic – producing such a refined sound which perfectly supports the singer’s raw sounding, Bob Dylan-reminiscent, yet superbly melodious vocals.

The Dastards are certainly no strangers to live gigs, having been performing for years, and at times, such as the night of Exposure, back-to-back gigs are the order of the night. This said, their performance was as if it was their first, filled with the eagerness to please the audience and all the passion conveyed by only true artists, dedicated to the cause.

Included in the half hour set were songs from their latest album, as well as their cover of Dire Straits’ Romeo & Juliet – a song which sounded as if it was written for this band.

DASTARDS play Bournemouth 5th March

Monday, March 2nd, 2009

Come and see DASTARDS acoustic on Thursday 5th March at RUBEYZ in Bournemouth.

Should be a great night! (And we’re staying over – so we can meet the press etc. afterwards)

Cheers,

Stretch