Get fa­mil­iar with Pet Li­brary’s punk sounds

Hayes FM pre­sen­ter Hughie Dixon re­views the live band scene

Harefield Gazette - - LEISURE -

LOOK­ING for some­thing to do on Fri­day? Why not mo­sey your­self down to the Crown and Treaty pub, in Ox­ford Road, Uxbridge, and at­tend the launch party for Pet Li­brary’s new EP, the elab­o­rately ti­tled The Cor­ners Of My Eyes Hold The Most Vivid Vi­sions.

Pet Li­brary are loud, proud and stand out from the crowd three piece in­die dance out­fit from Hert­ford­shire whose pres­ence is hard to ig­nore. Light­heart­edly lyri­cal and punk­ish vo­cally speak­ing with enough rhyth­mic in­tri­ca­cies to keep the muso-nerds happy as well as gui­tar laden pu­rity. Go to www.petli­braryuk. band­camp.com. Draw­string from Kent also share the bill this Fri­day with their fine ar­ray of highly in­ven­tive in­die/ art­pop gems in their ar­se­nal await­ing de­ploy­ment for your en­joy­ment. Pen­sive yet poignant and many a stop-start with pin drop si­lence within the gaps. Go to www.draw­string. band­camp.com for an ear opener. Where it mat­ters, Un­cle Jill are the thun­der­ing pow­er­house of raw in­die rock and roll that the doc­tor ordered. With the vol­ume and might of a 747 jet en­gine fine tuned to the key of “RAAAAAAAH”, they have the ca­pac­ity to de-wax your ears but that’s not all, they can draw you into a gentle verse be­fore once again blow­ing you away come cho­rus time. Go to www.un­cle­jill.band­camp.com/ re­leases.

It’s free en­try to The Crown and Treaty be­fore 10pm and £5 af­ter.

Be sure to tune into my in­ter­ac­tive HayesFM ra­dio show ev­ery Tues­day at 9pm to hear live and orig­i­nal per­form­ers plus more lo­cal live mu­sic news. You can find HayesFM on 91.8fm in London or global on www.hayesfm.org.uk.

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