Eddie Laubinger, Mark White and Paul Turner
Lee Popa @ Hook End Manor Stdios
The Dark Sinatras
Eddie, going fast
Mark: “Eddie doesn’t like the snake”
Paul: “You got a snake?”
Mark:”Aye, a python.”
Paul: “You played for it yet?”
Mark: “Not yet, I’ll get my clarinet out.”
The Dark Sinatras’ first gig of 2013 will be on Friday, March 15th at the legendary Dublin Castle in Camden, London.
Come and join the band and welcome Paul back from his South American Tour and Fast Eddie from snowy Moscow.
Come and check some of our new songs…..
From the Dublin Castle’s web page:
…Violence By Braille- One bitingly attacking solo performer doing acoustic punk but don’t think B Bragg, and although there may be more of a parallel with Patrik Fitzgerald in actual fact it’s not even that ‘punk’… a fast, zippy punkiness to the songs with a vocal more akin to West Coastin’ rocknroll USA from the’70s ting…always gets a crowd rolling, whether solo or accompanied….relaunching as a full band again. The Dark Sinatras-The Dark Sinatras are a Power Trio made up by a Metal/Punk Guitar player and Vocalist (Mark White) Russia’s best Jazz Drummer (Eduard Laubinger) and a world famous session man and bass maestro (Paul Turner, oft seen in Jamiraqui) Full on Hard Rock with Funk and dark nods to King Crimson. The band have released their Debut Album “Sick Society” in June and enjoying a growing fan base Internationally’ Well, nodding to Crimson always pops my cork so amen to that….heaviosity aplenty, groove too, so groove metal it is..the playing is dead on, mighty meaty…Burnthru- hard rock with a funky edge and plenty of bluesology but a moderne enuff twist too- Zep, Skunk Anansie, Bon Jovi at their early best…done bleedin’ well. Kloq- shonky slinky funky post hip hop groove rock collides with metal and punk to make for a searing whole, topped off with some proper pop choruses. The Band From Oddworld- Oddworld being in fact Oz world…wherein these sonic sculpters blend Floyd, Prince, R.E.M and a psychedelically enhanced strand of punk rock to make something driven and driving alike.
Two Masters: Doug Wimbish and Paul Turner
Vinyl days are back