Concert with X-Ray Cat Trio and Zealous Doxy

X_Ray_Cat_TrioMonday November 9th 2015, Concert with X-Ray Cat Trio (surf veterans from Leeds) and Zealous Doxy (duo voice, banjo from Leeds) . Volkseten Vegazulu, 7pm. Music from 9pm till 10pm!

If your looking for dark, raw and tough rock ‘n’ roll the X-Ray Cat Trio are a band you should check out. This surf based band out of Leeds has been delivering the goods since 2009 and are more that just surf outfit. These kats mix rockabilly, psychobilly, Link Wray, punk and more into a cool brew that’s hard to resist. They released the pretty good ep “Bloody Deeds” back in 2014 and managed to gain some international attention. Now in 2015 they about to unleash their full debut album “Out For Blood’. This puppy comes in with attitude that snarls hard with 13 tracks that for the most part, pack a punch. We get only 2 tracks with vocals (both are pretty good) and the rest of the tracks are instrumentals. The band also throws in some killer saxophone on a few tracks and has been messing around with brass, Theremins and other weird stuff.

Zealous Doxy from Leeds, two lasses singing sweet, sombre, ruckus harmonies with a banjo. They had surprised us in the bluebell woods, acting as the Woodstock hippie chicks, now they have jumped in the punk van to join the X-Ray Cat Trio tour across Holland and Germany. How much damage can you do with a banjo and a voice? The stunning, soaring roar of Sami Graystone on ‘Finistere’ is frankly captivating, whilst Rose Love provides a virtuoso lesson on the banjo. The raw, acid psych folkery of Zealous Doxy is utterly beguiling and their début self-titled EP – seek out ‘Katie Cruel’ and ‘Doxy’ alongside the aforesaid – should be grabbed before they become as rare as a month of Sundays.