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  1. at this moment in time... 1. Lady Madona 2. Tomorrow Never Knows 3. Twist and Shout 4. I've Just Seen A Face 5. Tell Me What You See
  2. Another problem with just having a myspace/social network site is a lot of companies block these sites. We can't get on any social networking sites at my work, so if I'm online and trying to get info on a band I've got to use there official site, if they've got one!
  3. I thought Frightened Rabbit were amazing! Loved Head Rolls Off, The Twist and Poke. I quite liked We Were Promised Jetpacks, hadn't heard any of their songs before so didn't really know what to expect. Little Kicks were alright too. Only problem was trying to buy drink!! One drink per person unless the people you were buying for were with you at the bar!! That was an absolute joke.
  4. The Hazy Janes + The Dirty Hand Shakes Saturday 10th May Woodend Barn, Banchory 6/5 cons from 8pm Tickets from the Barn 01330 825431 or via website www.woodendbarn.co.uk www.myspace.com/thehazeyjanes www.myspace.com/thedirtyhandshakes The Hazy Janes Hailing from Dundee, The Hazey Janes, whose debut album Hotel Radio (2006) garnered great support from the national music press and radio, are ready for their comeback. After spending most of 2007 in the States with pit stops at the SXSW festival and Hoboken to record with producer John Agnello (The Hold Steady, Dinosaur Jnr), May 2008 sees them release New York, the first single off their second album. Formed in 2003, The Hazey Janes music is a rich and original fusion of folk, country rock and power-pop, reminiscent of Big Star and Velvet Crush. The bands songwriting and performance is characterised by warm and melodious three-part harmonies, which blend the influences of a strong Scottish musical tradition and a yearning for warm American climes. A life-affirming debutThe Hazey Janes may just be the best haggis-powered country rockers yet. - Mojo Support from The Dirty Hand Shakes
  5. wee bit more info... The Ronelles + OBE + The Shakes doors open 8pm 4 entry,but if you come along to Cafe Drummonds on Tues 26th The Shakes will have some tickets for 2
  6. Kabuki Presents: The Paranoid Monkeys + The Shakes + TBC Tuesday 26th September, Cafe Drummonds. Door Tax 2 (I think)
  7. I'd pay 6 just to see Lorenzo Snow Collective, one of Aberdeen's best bands in my opinon! Looking forward to seeing The Jinx too, heard good things about them.
  8. Here Comes The Summer - The Undertones
  9. Cheers Del!! I'd like to think we're still one of the most underated bands in Aberdeen.
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