MIRACULOUS MULE return next week with a special garage-blues extravaganza in East London.
The trio's most recent album Two Tonne Testimony was a standout release of 2017, making Vive Le Rock's Top 10 albums of the year, and they recently tore the roof of the legendary 100 Club while opening for BOG BOY BLOATER.
The band are already plotting their follow-up release with new material being broken in at live shows during the year. The first of these is set to take place at hip clothes shop-cum-venue, Paper Dress Vintage, Hackney Central, on Friday 9 March.
Check out 'Shave 'Em Dry'.
Joining Miraculous Mule on the night are long-serving South Coast punk rock blues practitioners MUDLOW, who are preparing for the release of their restrospective compilation Waiting For The Tide To Rise, due out in April.
Check out 'Mad Mary Lou'.
Opening the night are happening duo J.D. HANGOVER - featuring members of legendary Italian punk-blues maestros STIV CANTARELLI & THE SILENT STRANGERS - whose harsh Delta blues channels SUICIDE by way of an ancient Bentley Rhythm Ace drum machine.
Check out 'Mr Williamson'.
Throughout the night and afterwards, DJs from Stag-o-Lee Records will be manning the decks.
"We're hoping to get our next album recorded before the end of the year and we're using upcoming London shows to try out new songs," says Miraculous Mule's Michael J Sheehy. "It always adds a little spice as does having a great opening band and we've got two at Paper Dress. Too often we've found ourselves playing with bands with egos and bad attitudes which far outweigh their ability, passion or tunes, Mudlow and JD Hangover are exceptional, both bands know how to bring it and will light a fire under Miraculous Mule's arse so expect a night of full on mutated rocking fiery garage blues!"
Tickets for the show, priced at a very reasonable £5, are available here.
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