Doghouse Derelicts + TV Pins Tickets | The Forge Arts Venue London  | Thu 23rd March 2023 Lineup

Doghouse Derelicts + TV Pins tickets

The Forge Arts Venue in London

Thursday 23rd March 2023

7:00pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

Doghouse Derelicts is based around the song writing and production partnership of Tim Hutton and Dave Bugden.

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Doghouse Derelicts + TV Pins on Thursday 23rd March 2023

Doghouse Derelicts is based around the song writing and production partnership of Tim Hutton and Dave Bugden, who between them have toured, written, played and sang with major artists such as the Prodigy, Groove Armada, Freestylers, Ian Brown, and Amy Winehouse, to name but a few.
Both erstwhile long serving members of Dub Pistols, they represented the Northern dwelling contingent of that band, and it was this geographical fact that led to them starting their own project, to make use of the more song-based and organic material they were both coming up with that didn’t necessarily fit within the Dub Pistols repertoire.
Reflecting their love of Americana, hip hop, funk and music of all hues, they have been playing live and releasing singles for the last five years.
With a new album launch imminent, and live engagements flooding in, Doghouse Derelicts are getting busy.

TV Pins deliver vocal harmony drenched sounds of West coast Americana with distinctively British avant-garde song writing. They share a love of keyboard grooves and a fusion of styles from busking reggae, Motown, funk, gypsy stomps and driving rhythms.
Simon Hudson is the man of a thousand bands, has played bass with Sting and is the founding member of The Smyths. Duncan O’Neill and Miles Nicholas formed the band Bean in the 1990’s and were a hit in Australia resulting in a tour encompassing 17 countries and supported Blur. Olly Rowland is the son of a jazz pianist and toured Europe from an early age playing in blues and acid jazz outfits. James Schofield is a young singer songwriter in his own right and performs all over London with his own band. Tv Pins new EP will be available soon.

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