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Dead Anyway Presents: The Desert Hearts, Miss the Occupier & Ross Buchan

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Live at The Moorings Bar on Saturday 5th November. Doors open at 8pm and entry is 3.

The Desert Hearts

Having completed their acclaimed debut album Let Get Worse for Rough Trade in 2002, Belfast-based Desert Hearts embarked on a year of touring and drinking until in mid-2003 they developed their relationship with recording engineer Andy Miller further by recording several new tracks, two of which emerged on Gargleblasts debut release Gravitas/Hammer and Frogs. A new album is in the works. They have recently supported The White Stripes, Bloc Party, Peaches and The New York Dolls.

Miss the Occupier

Forming in Glasgow in 2003, Miss The Occupier came from the shared influences of itchy punk-pop and nervy indie-rock, line-up coming from Roz Davies on bass and vocals, Magnus Hughson on guitar and vocals, and Ste Kelly on drums. Sticking to the three-piece ethic of small is good, songs are punchy, pacy and generally loud, keeping things tight and interesting with angular guitar lines and driving bass.

Ste decided to leave the band in May 2005. He has since been replaced by Mr Derek Butters, a very wise choice.

Ross Buchan

Ross Buchan (ex Undertow/Cedar Rose) opens up proceedings with an acoustic set of material taken from his forthcoming debut album.

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