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The best kept secret in music


"Rock Nite @ Connelly's"

Pleb Promotions, Rock Night
Thursday 29th September, Connelly's, Greenock

The Vibe, PULSE and Sneaky Pete

A busy crowd as usual for the wonderful rock night at Connelly's welcomed, first off, James Watt College band, The Vibe.
The young band boasted a full 6 piece line-up. So I was expecting quite a full sound from them and they delivered.
Their songs leaned towards the indie rock side of things, with obvious influence from the likes of Oasis and The Charlatans. They provided the rock night faithful with catchy upbeat numbers that got the toes a tapping. Also I have to mention the nice harmonies between the singer and keyboard man added a nice cherry on top of things. They seem to be on the right path and should prove to be a great band in time, my only criticism of them is the lack of showmanship provided but I'm sure as the confidence grows from more live performances, that will improve.

There was no lack of showmanship for the next act, PULSE.
Their front man was spectacular. His dance moves captivated everyone in the place and he had a swagger about him similar to the late Bon Scott. Plus, the rest of the group were rocking out like their life depended on it for the whole set.
PULSE's sound is what I would describe as "Classic Rock". Alot of energy, alot of balls but not overbearing. They could potentially appeal to a wide audience as they have a similar sound to the likes of, AC/DC, Van Halen, U2 etc.
Great set and great entertainment.

Lastly we were treated to a set by local favourites Sneaky Pete.
Drummer Colin was suffering from a potentially life threatening bout of some obscure disease, however he soldiered on and gave a great performance.
The band blasted out some great songs on the night. Stand out track was "Down on you" which could easily become a hit.
They sounded a bit heavier from the previous time I saw them at The Victorian Suite which was nice and suited them a bit better. With a bit of luck these guys could go on to great things as the songs are tailor made for radio and MTV. All the best to them.

So another rock night survived and enjoyed. When I walked home some punk pinged a bobble at my eyebrow. But I'm OK


- Mark Peel, Sonicunion.co.uk


Sometimes EP
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Live at chamber studio LP
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formed in Scotland, Pulse have played in venues all over the UK. Taking in a range of influences from The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The Stone Roses and Neil Young they have moulded their own rock 'n' roll sound which is instantly recognisable thanks to James Crossan's distinctive vocals and James Mclaughlin's killer guitar hooks. Live Performaces all over the UK have won them an army of admirers for their no-nonsense approach to rock 'n' roll.