from left Alabama 3, James, Garbage, Ian Brown, Cornershop
Radio One Evening Session Stage with KTWWH
The cause of many a sleepless night among the A&R fraternity.
Upbeat surf-rock groovers.
Fast and furious guitar tomfoolery.
They may have been dropped by their label but the Dolls still know how to put the raucous into rock.
Woozy blues from youngsters With old larynxes who have been trumpetted as one of this year's next big things
THE UNBELIEVABLE TRUTH
Delicater wrought depreSSion from this Oxford trio Mild and melancholic, as seems to be the Oxford way of things
Frantic adolescent riffing and much in the
way of moshpit action. The album On The Outside showed a bit more diver5ity, but in the live arena, it's still pogo-a-gogo.
The perennial indie underachievers finally crack the big time With ’Brimful Of Asha', With more than a little help from the man next on the bill -
FAT BOY SLIM
Norman Cook leads the party from his decks. Beer, beats and boogies: a far cry from those early days With The Housemartins.
Cafe Club Tent
Cheesey kitsch from the men With the bizarrely hirsute lips.
Performance art collides With pyro-erotica and crrcus skills.
DAVID HOLDER 12.45-1.15pm.
Escapology and unicycle-riding sounds like a messy mixture.
GEORGE EGG 1.30-2pm.
Comedy and magic combine to create trrcks such as the one called 'Staple (Sun In The Head.’ Don’t try this at home,
JEPP 2.15-2.45pm. Female folk-rock With echoes from the Ramones to T Rex.
SIMON EVANS 3—3.30pm.
Fast-using stand-up comrc talent.
PERRY BLAKE 3.45-4.15pm.
Thoughtful lrish Singer-songwriter.
THE TARANTINDS 4.30—5.15pm.
Flamboyant covers of ‘Lrttle Green Bag', 'Miserlou' and the Irke.
Acoustic set from this Welsh outfit. 'Best Friend' from their debut album is a potential sleeper hit.
KRISTIN HERSH 6.15-6.45pm.
The former Throwrng Muse enchants With versions of tracks from her Hips And Makers and Strange Ange/s albums She's currently working on an album of Appalachian folk songs.
SEAN LOCK 7-7.30pm.
Comedy from the parallel universe of Mr Lock,
SIMON DAY 8.15-9.50pm.
Two sets from the Fast Show star. Catchphrases wrll aboond.
T IN THE PARK
THE KING FILM CLUB 10pm-midnight. Cutting edge British film as well as Straight To You — A Portrait Of Nick Cave, 3 50- minute musical documentary of the great man and his band.
Cajun, rhythm 'n’ blues, Jazz, jive, Latin and ceilidh. That's just to start.
DROP THE BOX 1-2pm.
Punchy and vibrant band from Shetland. Fasten your seat belts.
THE WILD GIGARILLOS 2-3pm.
THE TARTAN AMOEBAS 3-4pm.
Traditional Scots tunes are injected with hi- energy boosts from global mUSlCaI cultures
THE WILD GIGARILLOS 4-5pm.
OLD BLIND DOGS 5-6pm.
Aberdeen's fiddle experts mix up roots, reggae, rock and world-music strands to keep the party buzzing.
Well-loved, energetic takes on traditional tunes
THE FELSONS 7-8pm.
Country meets The Beatles with hoedown- tastic results. See album revrew in musrc section.
SALSA GELTIGA 9—10pm.
Celtic tradition gets fired up with Latin passion from this globe-trotting band of shit-hot musicians.
9—23 Jul 1998 THE LIST 21