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"Sunday Dogs at the Beehive"

How good were the Sunday Dogs at the 'Hive last night? Well I'll tell you. They were brilliant. Only just starting to gig as a full band,Jon and Lee's motley crew create a wonderful brand of quirky intelligent pop folk with all sorts of beguiling strangeness. Add to that soaring violin and the ubiquitous Cinzano Taylor on bass, grins and gay camouflage shirts and you have a great band. Having heard the e.p Hicks I knew there were enough reasons to check them out, but was bowled over by the originality and infectiousness of this thoroughly English sounding band. There are wonderful references running through their work, forgotten film stars, science, literary themes and bedsit philosophy all sit cheek by jowl encompassed in vocally rich and wonderfully textured music. - Green Man Publications


Discography

The bands' first EP (HICKS EP), initially released under the former name of "Sundogs" generated very positive critical interest. Their self-release LP “This Neck of the Woods” is targeted for release in 2009.

Several songs, including Hicks, 7 White Horses and Sapien have been aired on BBC radio and on independent London Radio stations.

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Born of a songwriting partnership between Lee Moulding & Jon Buckett, The Sunday Dogs are now a fresh and experienced 5 piece band creating highly original, crafted, songs with a transatlantic, and skewed psyche.

Meet the band :

Lee Moulding (Vox & drums)
“HICKS” EP (The Sunday Dogs)
Say It (XTC, Ape Records)
Pagan Fringe (Rough Trade)
Stones LP (Moon Medicine)

Jon Buckett (Guitars & Vox)
“HICKS” EP (The Sunday Dogs)
Say It (XTC, Ape Records)
Stones LP (Moon Medicine)

CiZanO Taylor (Bass)
Incubation (Lighterthief)
Stutter Drop (Lightertheif, Ape Records)

Emily Drake (Violin, Perc. & Vox)
Pagan Fringe (Rough Trade)
The Loveless

Graham Mattingley (Guitars)
Cinnamon Smith (Polygram)
Wholesome Crack (Black Out and Scatter)