Good gigs over next month?
Last Post 11 Jan 2006 02:50 PM by nerraw. 46 Replies.
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11 Jan 2006 02:50 PM
    Any recommendations? What gigs have people lined up over the next four weeks.
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    11 Jan 2006 03:02 PM
    I'm going to be checking out Maximo Park @ Dolans Clap Your Hands Say Yeah @ The Village Coheed & Cambria @ TBMC The Young Knives @ Eamonn Dorans Damien Marley @ The Olympia and possibly the NME tour @ The Ambassador There's loads of really cool stuff coming up, which is excellent for so early in the year. Hopefully a sign that 2006 will be cracking. What I'm REALLY looking forward to though is going to Death Cab For Cutie in Sweden in February. Woohoo!
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    11 Jan 2006 03:49 PM
    Channel One / The Things / Humanzi - Whelos - 2mor night! We Are Knives - Boom Boom Room - Fri night! Clap your hands say yeah Broken Social Scene Maximo Park Regina Spektor Oh and the Ch1/The Things/ Humanzi record launch in TBMC on Feb 3rd (post gig tunes by a few DJ's incl me so head along its FREEEEEEEEE!)
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    11 Jan 2006 03:52 PM
    nice weekend at the start of Feb 3rd, 4th and 5th, Jim Noir in Crawdady on the Friday night, CYHSY in Village on the Saturday night and Belle and Sebastian on the Sunday night in the Ambassador
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    11 Jan 2006 04:07 PM
    The Ch1/The Things/ Humanzi record launch in TBMC on Feb 3rd has to be the gig of the month. All three bands could fill the place on their own so I'd say they'll have to turn a load of people away for that one.
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    11 Jan 2006 04:24 PM
    I'll be heading along to: NME @ Ambassador Patty Griffin @ Whelan's Clap Your Hands Say Yeah @ The Village Belle & Sebastian @ Ambassador Regina Spektor @ Whelan's Broken Social Scene @ TBMC Beth Orton @ Vicar Street Nickel Creek @ Crawdaddy Isobel Campbell @ Sugar Club The Strokes @ The Point Also still trying to get a ticket for Jack Johnson @ The Point. And have booked a trip to Amsterdam to see Death Cab For Cutie in March.
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    11 Jan 2006 04:28 PM
    i think the coheed and cambria gig is cancelled because one of them hurt his hand fighting with his brother,
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    11 Jan 2006 05:33 PM
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    I'll be heading along to: NME @ Ambassador Patty Griffin @ Whelan's Clap Your Hands Say Yeah @ The Village Belle & Sebastian @ Ambassador Regina Spektor @ Whelan's Broken Social Scene @ TBMC Beth Orton @ Vicar Street Nickel Creek @ Crawdaddy Isobel Campbell @ Sugar Club Have you won the lotto or something????? Bloody hell. All I can afford is one ticket to see the beautiful Regina Spektor.... The Strokes @ The Point Also still trying to get a ticket for Jack Johnson @ The Point. And have booked a trip to Amsterdam to see Death Cab For Cutie in March.
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    11 Jan 2006 05:36 PM
    quote:
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    I'll be heading along to: NME @ Ambassador Patty Griffin @ Whelan's Clap Your Hands Say Yeah @ The Village Belle & Sebastian @ Ambassador Regina Spektor @ Whelan's Broken Social Scene @ TBMC Beth Orton @ Vicar Street Nickel Creek @ Crawdaddy Isobel Campbell @ Sugar Club The Strokes @ The Point Also still trying to get a ticket for Jack Johnson @ The Point. And have booked a trip to Amsterdam to see Death Cab For Cutie in March.
    The Strokes @ The Point Have you won the lotto or something????? Bloody hell. All I can afford is one ticket to see the beautiful Regina Spektor....Personally, as much as I love music, I'd get sick of gigs if I went to that many. Less is more.
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    11 Jan 2006 05:53 PM
    Alot of those artists I've want to see for a good while though. I got most of the tickets before xmas but still have to get a few more. I have some time off in early Feb so a few decent gigs is in order.
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    11 Jan 2006 06:26 PM
    Horsebox and the Singing Brickie @ The Greasy Ball, Cranny, 17th February
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    12 Jan 2006 09:10 AM
    Bob Mould at Vicar Street
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    12 Jan 2006 01:43 PM
    Shaun Ryder is doing a Happy Mondays DJ set in Crawdadday March. Could be fun.
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    16 Jan 2006 01:59 PM
    Was anyone at that We Are Knives gig Friday night? Tremors played too. Anyone seen em before? Cos I'd like to know what any fans hear in the sound they make.
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    16 Jan 2006 02:13 PM
    Wasnt at it unfort but my mates were and said that We Are Knives were f**king deadly which pains me as something ALWAYS comes up whenever I try make it to one of their gigs!
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    16 Jan 2006 02:17 PM
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    Originally posted by thomas
    The Ch1/The Things/ Humanzi record launch in TBMC on Feb 3rd has to be the gig of the month. All three bands could fill the place on their own so I'd say they'll have to turn a load of people away for that one.
    I'm Djing at this also! Along with sets from Leather Girls/ Humanzi/ The Clap and Ray TwinKranes. AND its FREE! So come on down the price is right.... or rather...zero.
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    16 Jan 2006 02:26 PM
    Did they not all play in Whelan's last week? I was all set to go then my mind got changed. Yeah We Are Knives did indeed rock. A fingertapping extravaganza. Jazzy bill though. Odd mix.
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    16 Jan 2006 03:31 PM
    Yea that was part of a 3-day irish tour. This one on the 3rd is the actual Records Launch. The Things and Channel One are gigging and then followed by us DJ lot! And once again.... its a Free Fri night. Success!
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    17 Jan 2006 10:26 AM
    The Ch1/The Things/ Humanzi record launch in TBMC on Feb 3rd. I thought this gig happened last week? I know another poster clarified but then added humanzi are dj'ing. Forgive my ignorance but what is this gig? Bands play a live set and then a bit of disco dancing later on? How much? Where do I get tickets? missed the gig last week due to being smashed
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    17 Jan 2006 10:27 AM
    hey benni - I've heard about these We Are Knives guys - what are they like?
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    17 Jan 2006 10:32 AM
    Maybe Benni can describe better than I can but they rock fairly hard and reminded me a bit of the Rednecks in terms of time changes and fancy bass work. The guitarist fingertaps almost constantly like a very impressive madman and lobs in the odd big fat power chord. Most of it was instrumental but when there are vocals, they're of the shouty metal/punk variety. Very tight too.
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    18 Jan 2006 04:02 PM
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    Originally posted by nerraw
    Any recommendations? What gigs have people lined up over the next four weeks.
    THE ANNELSEY HOUSE have great gigs on all the time, its a small bit outside town, but only a few minutes on the bus! Fri 20th Jan The STRUTTS, and Fri 27th Jan HORA - they play an excellent jewish inspired type of thing! Its a no-nonsense venue for the purists out there! Also, MOONDOG MATINEE in RADIO CITY - last Thurs of every month. Its free in, and they give out free tea and cake! Its better then most 'open mic' type nights, and the acts are usually top notch! JAN 26th features Q, Edgar Heaton, and The Blood Red Mountain Band
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    19 Jan 2006 07:58 AM
    this is on the extreme off chance, but has anyone or does anyone have a spare for either of the NME gigs next week in Ambassador?
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    19 Jan 2006 10:36 AM
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    Maybe Benni can describe better than I can but they rock fairly hard and reminded me a bit of the Rednecks in terms of time changes and fancy bass work. The guitarist fingertaps almost constantly like a very impressive madman and lobs in the odd big fat power chord. Most of it was instrumental but when there are vocals, they're of the shouty metal/punk variety. Very tight too.
    Nah that sums it up pretty well Normy! Like I say I missed this one -a few mates were there and were blown away! NERRAW - RE: the SFR Record launch yoke - the gig last week in whelos was a 3 day tour of Ireland with Humanzi/The Things/Ch-1. The one on the 3rd is the record launch of the 3 bands - The Things - Demon Stomp Channel-1 - Not for the last time Humanzi - Fix the cracks (CH-1 remix) Channel one and The Things live After gig tunes with DJS - Humanzi/Leather Girls/TwinKranes/The Clap agus mise.
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    19 Jan 2006 11:40 AM
    Psychotic Reaction the following night on the 4th in crawdaddy features Aleko and The Dirty Sweets. DJ's TBA.
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    19 Jan 2006 01:55 PM
    yea and yet AGAIN aleko are playing when i cant go! .... seriously... there's a conspiracy to keep me away aint there? Goddamit!
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    19 Jan 2006 01:57 PM
    anything good on around dublin this sat night?
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    19 Jan 2006 02:45 PM
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    anything good on around dublin this sat night?
    Looking at entertainment.ie, Ham Sandwich (Whelans, €7) seem to be the only thing on. http://www.cluas.com/music/gigs/ham_sandwich.htm
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    20 Jan 2006 07:26 AM
    Its gonna be a late show Benni so it wont clash with a lot else on that night! So we wont accept your excuses!
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    20 Jan 2006 08:16 AM
    A-HA!Finally! Deadly stuff - I'll be leggin it from Clap you hands say yeah up t your lot so!
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    20 Jan 2006 01:55 PM
    Channel One/The Things/Humanzi record launch gig has changed date to Friday 24th of February. Line up stays the same and its still a FREE GIG....
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    24 Jan 2006 07:40 PM
    MATT LUNSON GAVIN GLASS & THE HOLY SHAKERS JENNY LINDFORS DERRICK DEVINE TEMPLE BAR MUSIC CENTRE WEDNESDAY, 25 JANUARY 2006 Adm: 7 euro* Doors 8pm *Proceeds from each sold ticket go to Enable Ireland. free stuff to first 50 in...
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    25 Jan 2006 08:35 AM
    Jeff Tweedy, Feb3 if I can scalp a ticket Bob Mould, Feb14 The Wedding Present, Feb20 Matisyahu, Feb26 (maybe)
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    25 Jan 2006 10:03 AM
    Jeff Tweedy - Feb 3rd? Where? How come I wasn't informed?? You what now? I demand answers!!!
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    25 Jan 2006 10:11 AM
    It's in Portland, Or.
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    25 Jan 2006 11:30 AM
    Ahhh! That'll explain it!
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    25 Jan 2006 01:30 PM
    *cough,plug,cough* giveamanakick @ Maximum Joy Club, The Tap, Smithfield, Friday 27th Ten Past Seven album launch w/guests Christ with a k & The Coldspoon Conspiracy, Crawdaddy, Saturday 28th. ****
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    26 Jan 2006 08:22 AM
    Heres a few gigs Cancer Research Fundraiser Jan 28th, level 1, Music Factory Carlow. 79Cortinaz Skylight Stoneocean Carnival Soft Cuddly Toys Tickets 10 e Wed Feb 1st, TBMC: Moesley 79Cortinaz Ebo Mo'Fro Admission 5 euro
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    26 Jan 2006 11:50 AM
    Stanley Super 800 are playing Whelans next Friday 3rd of Feb,know a few people on here were askin when their next dublin gig was going to be.....so there you have it
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    26 Jan 2006 12:30 PM
    Jim Noir at Crawdaddy next Friday, Feb 3rd with a 6 piece band. Album is a cracker!
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    27 Jan 2006 07:33 AM
    Yeah I'm being a little bit charmed by Jim Noir - can't totally make up my mind having only heard 2 songs but he's interesting. I get a weird SFA vibe from him.
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    27 Jan 2006 12:58 PM
    He's the type of musician you listen to and aren't sure how to react to his music. Kinda in the same vein as Joanna Newsom or Julie Feeney. But the more time you give his latest album, the more it begins to charm you. A very under-rated album to date.
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    27 Jan 2006 01:27 PM
    He's a weird looking son of a gun too!
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    27 Jan 2006 01:55 PM
    never heard of him - what's the album called. good tracks to recommend for download?
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    27 Jan 2006 02:03 PM
    The album is 'Tower Of Love'. Some of the better tracks would be 'I Me You I'm Your', 'Computer Song' or 'Turbulent Weather'. www.jimnoir.com www.myspace.com/jimnoir
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    27 Jan 2006 02:22 PM
    cheers Gar
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    27 Jan 2006 03:16 PM
    I recommend checking out Bad Dog in Eamon Dorans. They're opening for Frantica on Sunday the 5th Feb. Hey, if you can't recommend your own band theres something wrong. Also we'll be in the sugarclub on April 10th.


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