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Dublin based singer songwriter Dave Dwyer (aka Bead) releases his album ‘Battle Stations’ today on Spotify.
Produced by legendary guitarist Boz Boorer [Morrissey, The Polecats].
The album is, as you might expect, heavily influenced with the Boorer trademark vintage guitar sound.
for Bead Battle Stations.
And soon to be on the following too..
Back in the recording studio working on a new set. This is the first track ~ earthlings.
Hard to believe but it started life on an acoustic guitar, it was recorded in the home studio and later mixed in a pro studio.
We are all earthlings, some of us know how to live while others only know how to kill.
According to a Morrissey statement on truetoyou.net the singer has been invited to become London Mayor candidate for 2016 election by Animal Welfare Party.
Needing 330 signatures to enter the race he is seriously considering running.
Run Mozza run..
“We can be heroes…”
Blistering set from Johnny Marr and band on Sunday 18 October at the Olympia Theatre, Dame Street, Dublin. Armed with his trusty Fender Jaguar he assaulted the crowd with tracks from his new solo album including Easy Money, Dynamo, Playland as well as Smiths favourites Panic, How Soon Is Now, Bigmouth Strikes Again, There is a light that never goes out, You Just Haven’t Earned It Yet, Baby, and great covers of The Primitives ‘Crash’ and Electronic’s ‘Getting Away With It’.