Many thanks for the fantastic reviews for Hoochie Coochie from Crowd Review - Reverbnation.com “This song starts out with a really interesting, fast beat. A quick drum and guitar repetition. The speed of the music increases as the track continues. There's a great sense of movement, of progressing forward. The instrumental reminds me of a chase scene or running scene during a film or movie. The vocals come in very late in the song, almost unexpected. The singer has a deep voice though, and almost as much energy as the music.” “The start of the song the drums and guitar had my head banging. Together they sound amazing. I just want to keep head banging and im not a rocker chick at all forreal. The artist voice didn't really fit the song, kind of threw me off a little. But I liked the lyrics. I think a lot of people can relate to the devil inside others.” “That fuzzy hard bass guitar is so smooth slong with he .fuzzed out guitar. The drums are so smooth but yet ao hard at the same time. And finally the vocals. They are so smooth and original. Smooth like butter but hard like brick” “Very catchy, I started bobbing my head when the drumming started. I don't even think my guitar playing friend could move his fingers that fast. A very rock like voice, from a singer back in the 60's 70's. I would shimmy to this song, very poppin'. Cool, is that a harmonica, kick butt.” “From the start, the song had its own characteristic to stand out. It was very inventive and intriguing. When the tempo picked up 50 seconds into it, it created another sense of excitement. The overall sound was a great happiness to sing along if a listener knew the words to this song. I like how the whistling also played a fact in the song's harmonics. It went rhythmically with the guitar and drums. The singer's voice was on key and brought an amazing deep, but not too deep, tone to add to the song. The lyrics did seem odd after listening to the song. All I got was "he knows your moves". They also seemed to not go with the rhythm of the song except for that when that phrase was played. Averaging with the awesome beat of the music but the poor lyrics, since I would think one could come up with better lyrics or possibly a new topic, the song gets a solid rating of a 6.” “Great head banging stuff. The vocals need to come in earlier on in the song. A change in tempo would have been a nice surprise, but overall song was upbeating and energetic. Like a fast pace race.”
Saturday, 5 October 2013 21:30 You enjoyed it so much, they we decided to bring back the Hoochie Coochie of the moustachastic Plucky Purcell to the Royal Oak.
Expect lots funky groves to get you moving.
In thier own words "We love to get people moving and having it like they've never had it before. Funky drumming with melodic basslines underpin a psychadelical rock guitar with harmonica and percussion to add sparkle.What do we sound like? Everything you've ever listened to! "
Also they will give you a FREE moustache if you impress them with your 60s a Go Go dancing!
Friday 25th October 8pm +; Hosted night; Manchester Ping Pong Club with bands (Baseventura and Plucky Purcell)
The Third International Ping Pong Congress
From Friday 18 October – 26 October Pongress, a ping pong event and global gathering – is being held in Bristol, UK. First run in Berlin in 2010, it went to Newcastle in 2012 and in autumn of 2013 it’s Bristol turn to host this wondrous festival.
The week long programme will include 7 evening of Ping Parties, a cycle ride to some of Bristol’s over 50 outdoors tables, a pub pong crawl and more. DJ’s and Ping Pong party hosts will be coming from as far as Washington DC and Berlin as well as the UK. And of course, Bristol’s home grown Ping Pong Parlour and Kings of Ping will be at the forefront welcoming pongressmen and women to their ping crazed city.
Friday 25th October 8pm +; Hosted night; Manchester Ping Pong Club with bands (Baseventura and Plucky Purcell)
Pong Party people.. it’s the event you have to be at in 2013.
Glastonbury Festival 2013 Review
"I may have been short sighted, half deaf in one ear, extremely tired and slightly discombobulated but, I can still spot a great band when they punch me in the face!
Seeing Plucky Purcell groove the legendary Rabbit Hole at Glasto 2013 was an absolute delight. Was it 5,6,7 or 8 super grooving songs in a row, don’t ask me because I can’t count when I’m dancing.
During the briefest of gaps in the musical onslaught, the most worthy dancers in the huge crowd were provided with their very own fake moustaches to wear. This was in tribute to lead singer and bass player Spencer. His talent and energy for performing easily equals his fashionable facial fuzz!
Backed by the coolest, tightest drummer, the band also included rich guitars riffs and blazing harmonicas.
This soul and funky foursome rocked the tent with their non-stop wall of delightful sounds for a painfully energetic 90 minute slot. And yet everyone was still left wanting more. Why? Because they were plainly, shiningly, solid.
I highly recommend you make the time to see Plucky Purcell. Especially when discombobulated" - Ian Paradine, Rabbit Hole Stage
Plucky get invited to Party in the Park! Bath International Music Festival
Bath Rugby Club - Friday 24 May 2013
Plucky Purcell are extremely proud to play at the opening night of The Bath International Music Festival 2013!
Taking place on the first Friday of Bath International Music Festival, this year’s Party in the City will be another spectacular occasion, celebrating the panoramic local music scene and vibrant cultural life of our city and the surrounding areas.
On Friday 24 May Bath International Music Festival is coordinating an exciting programme of free events in venues including the Assembly Rooms, Bath Abbey, Guildhall, Pump Room and Parade Gardens.
See Plucky Purcell LIVE at Bath Rugby Club. On stage 9pm. FREE DOOR ENTRY!
Standing Event - Please contact us if you have special access requirements 14+ (Under 16s must be accompanied by a responsible adult)
Free Door Entry, http://www.partyinthecity.org.uk/pic2013.aspx
Full Details: http://www.reverbnation.com/show/10399897
We now announce the addition of SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO, THE NAVILLE STAPLE BAND and a whole host of more amazing acts, read on for more...
The electronic music duo and production team Simian Mobile Disco have had releases on Wichita and Kitsune, an have worked with such names as Florence and The Machine, Peaches, Artic Moneys and Klaxons. By far one of the most mesmerising electronic acts to see performing live, they'll take you on a seductive journey through minimal techno before revealing their dance pop sensibilities - grab a towel and be prepared to sweat!
Listen here: soundcloud.com/simianmobiledisco
We are also very excited to reveal the additions of the legendary NEVILLE STAPLE BAND alongside Plucky Purcell, MC Profit, Benjamin Michael, DJ Rockaphonic, Insomniac Jack, Carrie Tree, Forcentra, Tallulah Rendall, Rinky Dinks, 32:20's, and Kings of Ping!
THIS is YOUR CHANCE to get a taster of the Sunrise Festival 2013!!
Saturday 16th Feb - The Plough Inn 223 Easton Road, Easton, Bristol, BS5 0EG
Ploughing the Lineup are:
The Mad Cows: Well known on the British Festival Circuit as "notorious party animals" and with various British Hollywood heart-throbs being spotted partying with them 'til the early hours of the dawn, The Mad Cows can only be described as the Finest Funk in the field. Pumping out a melodic mix of postmodern bovine smut funk and melodic mayhem, The Mad Cows combine audience participation and infectious grooves that will leave you asking yourself " Am I Bovvered?", "It's just 'cos I'm LAZY?" and "Hit Me Baby, One More Time".
Plucky Purcell: A Hoochie Coochie Funk of a groove, with moves to boot. They love to get people moving and having it like they've never had it before. Funky drumming with melodic basslines underpin a psychadelical rock guitar with harmonica and percussion to add sparkle.What do they sound like? Everything you've ever listened to!
They give you a FREE moustache if you impress them with your 60s a Go Go dancing! http://pluckypurcell.wix.com/home
The Ghetto Funk Nightclub DJ's The sound that is spreading like wild fire around the world as played by the people that invented it, from the source.
Free Entry with more Funk than a Funky Farmer! www.sunrisefestivals.co.uk
Not one but two sleazy rockin’ R’n’B collectives to keep you lubricated and lovin’ it. They’re all great mates so the poor old staff are going to have a fine time, well yes, but also a fine time stopping the party come home time - make sure you get in early to get plenty of it!
Plucky Purcell are extremely proud to be supporting The Beat at Komedia, Bath. Komedia, Bath - Friday 1st Feb 2013 Now THIS is going to be a cracker!! Moustache ready? Dancing shoes on people, let's go! Tickets £15 through Ents24 or Komedia website http://komediabath.ticketsolve.com/shows/2013/2/1 The Beat’s first single was an arresting version of Smokey Robinson’s “Tears Of A Clown”, given a completely new feel, and was backed with their own composition “Ranking Full Stop”. Released in a one-off deal on Jerry Dammers’ Chrysalis-backed 2-Tone label, the single stormed into the Top 10 in December 1979, and saw the band appear twice on Top Of The Pops. Backed by Arista, the band formed their own label - Go-Feet Records, with its own distinctive art direction and design provided by Hunt Emerson. The first release in February 1980 was another Top 10 hit, “Hands Off... She’s Mine”, and was the first of twelve chart singles for the band on Go-Feet, a list that includes permanent favourites like “Mirror In The Bathroom”, “Too Nice To Talk To”, “Best Friend”, “All Out To Get You”, “Doors Of Your Heart”, “Save It For Later” (later covered by both The Who and Pearl Jam!), “Jeanette”, “I Confess” and their Top 3 hit cover of “Can’t Get Used To Losing You”. With support from Plucky Purcell and DJ Toby Spin! Standing Event - Please contact us if you have special access requirements 14+ (Under 16s must be accompanied by a responsible adult)
Date: Saturday 29th September Time: 6pm til late Venue: Widcombe Social Club
Description: Nick Steel presents a last chance to see some of your favourite bands (and some new ones) in the familiar surroundings of Widcombe Social Club's retro function room. All bands are playing free in a tribute to the wonderful tradition and legacy of the Club. Featuring
A Band Named Brian – Passion, wit and wisdom
Bill Smarme – Local legend sings His Greatest Hits
Dudlow Joe – Bath based blues and boogie beauty
The Locust Recipe – Vintage prog rock from familiar faces
Thompson’s Lovechild – Homemade psychedelic blues
Plucky Purcell – Floor Stomping Electric Groove!
The Edsel Furys – Garage/surf revival – see what all the fuzz is about…
Ulysses – Rocket fuelled local heroes bring 60s electric rock and 70s glam up to date
Come and support these great bands, and the future of the Club. It's FREE ENTRY! (any donations gratefully accepted).