Preview: Dolomite Minor @ Sticky Mikes Frog Bar 14/11/14

Following in the footsteps of bands such as Royal Blood and Drenge, Dolomite Minor are among the uprising of two piece bands taking over the airwaves, one radio station at a time. The Southampton duo are bound to put on an energetic show, with their fuzz laden riffs and heavy hitting choruses conquering both Glastonbury and Reading and Leeds earlier this year. The duo’s mix of sleazy blues rock and dark song writing set them apart from the rest, making them a key act to watch out for in the future. Although the bands back catalogue of songs may be slightly limited, singles they have released such as Let Me Go and Talk Like An Aztec have both been received with much enthusiasm from both critics and fans alike. While the band only consists of two members, don’t expect the onslaught of sweaty rock and roll to be any less. Expect head banging. Expect mosh pits. Expect Dolomite Minor to put on an unforgettable show.

Dolomite Minor play Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar on 14th November, tickets £5.

By Matt Austin

The Verse Staff

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