Posts Tagged ‘wake’

DASTARDS re-record FLASHLIGHTS

Sunday, January 31st, 2010

On advice from members of the Musicians Clinic held in October 2009, plus with feedback back from A & R, DASTARDS have re-recorded FLASHLIGHTS in order to make it even better.

Gone are the arpeggios and acoustic guitars. In come some real ballsy guitars, a new bass line, massive lead breaks and a bigger drum sound – the overall effect being to give the track (already well-liked by Kerrang Radio) a huge wall of sound – just the spacey feel originally intended.

Check it out here:

DASTARDS are back in London AND Bristol

Friday, December 4th, 2009

10 Dec 09 sees DASTARDS back at the Purple Turtle in Camden, London. Hope you can join us!

Then on Saturday 19th December DASTARDS are headlining at THE JUNCTION in Bristol. Get down and dirty … but don’t Stumble & Fall.

DASTARDS Tracks featuring on Music Websites

Saturday, August 8th, 2009

This week www.TextaTrack.co.uk have made STAYING OUT their featured single of the week. Text a Track is a great, simple music download service which is chart registered. All tracks £1. Simple.

Plus LONELY INBETWEEN is at #10 on the www.TourDates.co.uk chart. It has also just been voted into the ‘Green Room’ at www.FameGames.com

S0 – whilst sometimes we think that the UK music press is ignoring us – some Music sites are LOVING US. (and we love them back!) 

New DASTARDS drummer

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009

His name is Mudie. His first gig with DASTARDS will be at the CHAGSTOCK FESTIVAL (where the band are supporting SQUEEZE). Not a bad first gig!

Here he is:

 Mudie of the DASTARDS

DASTARDS get more Kerrang Radio Airplay

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

On Sunday this week (10th May) Kerrang Radio played SUCCUMB by DASTARDS.

 Brilliant! – Thanks Alex and Kerrang Radio

 

DASTARDS – The Future

Monday, April 6th, 2009

The Future – it’s the name of the track that Wake is currently working on – plus it’s also something on our minds as we contemplate what the next stage of the Dastardly ‘Plan’ is.

The band is currently ‘drummer-less’. The band can continue to perform as a trio – and judging by the response at the last gig in London, the band are just as popular without drums. But some of the tacks – e.g. Staying Out – have drums as a central part of the track.

 So – do we look for another drummer to be a band member? Or do we say the band is a trio (like Busted!) and employ a session drummer for each live gig?

 What do you think?  

DASTARDS headline The Cross Kings – London

Wednesday, March 18th, 2009

DASTARDS at The Cross Kings London March 17 2009

Despite the huge problems caused for us (and the promoter, and the rest of the artists) by our drummer dropping out at the last minute DASTARDS went on to really perform jaw-droppingly well in front of a London crowd that actually seemed to ‘get’ the band. 

DASTARDS in London

DASTARDS - yay!

DASTARDS play London – March 17th CROSS KINGS

Friday, March 13th, 2009

Come and watch DASTARDS in London on March 17th at the CROSS KINGS – in KINGS CROSS!

DASTARDS play TAUNTON

Tuesday, March 10th, 2009

This Thursday – 12th March – at The Perfect 5th.

Come and say hello.

Stretch & DASTARDS

DASTARDS – SCAFFOLDS OF MUSCLE

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

Here’s a song I’ve been listening to – in various formats and styles – for 4 years now.

It’s by DASTARDS – and it’s called SCAFFOLDS of MUSCLE


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Stretch