Centascope's glorious combination of 60's psychedelia with 70's punk and 80's britpop creates a musical experience that is highly listenable and allways engaging. It's the solo work of Dally, lead guitarist with UK premiere rock/punk band Phil Murray and the Boys From Bury. Centascope's extensive radio play around the world has already built a loyal following amongst fans of this form of classic British pop/rock.

All songs are written, produced and performed by Dally and recorded in the Mess Music studio

Dally has been working on solo projects for a number of years having previously been signed to Holier Than Thou Records and also recording songs for Flat Records (run by Dick Crippen formaly of Tenpole Tudor and King Kurt).

Keep up to date with the latest blog entries and other stuff on Reverbnation. Listen for free at Last.fm, Spotify and YouTube. Dally is allways busy on the live front playing with Phil Murray and the Boys From Bury. However, solo performances occur from time to time so keep an eye out for news bulletins on this page.

Latest News

Date: 02/10/2015

There's a new animation from Rich for the classic Boys From Bury track Rainy Night in Rotherham on Youtube.

Date: 18/09/2015

The first of the Boys from Bury 30th anniversary shows will be at The Cutlers Arms in Rotherham on Saturday 3rd October. The band will be on stage at 4:00pm.

Date: 02/04/2015

There's a new promo animation for the Boys From Bury song 'I Can't Stop Eating Trees' on YouTube.

Date: 10/12/2014

Following lengthy negotiations (well, a couple of text messages) Phil Murray & the Boys From Bury have agreed to perform some 30th aniversary shows next year. Watch this space...
Date: 17/06/2014

"...this is a solo artist...we've heard bands that don't sound this full".

-- Alan Raw, BBC Radio Humberside

Date: 06/05/2014

The new album 'Rebels Escape' is now available from all the usual outlets including CD Baby, iTunes and the online shop.

The track listing is as follows:

Rebels Escape
Man in a Suitcase
Child of Sanity
Another Place
Like Home
Living on Glass

As some of you may know, the album was going to be called Blunderbuss but that git Jack White got there first! I'm back down in London working on various projects at the moment but should be starting on a new batch of songs for the next album pretty soon. Let's hope it doesn't take as long as the last one!

Off to see Jeff Beck at the Royal Albert Hall in London next week so maybe see some of you there.



Living On Glass
Behind Blue Eyes
Confident One

Living On Glass

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