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Lluther Announce New Years Eve Dublin Show

December 8, 2010

Dublin Industrial rockers Lluther have announced they will play a special New Years Eve show in the Gypsy Rose hard rock bar on Aston Quay (the old Viper Rooms venue). While the price and details are still TBC, we at Tickets There are delighted to announce that after hours of feverish research, dangerous complex equations […]

Lluther / Oliver Cole: Dublin Shows This Saturday

October 21, 2010

Decisions, decisions. Two great shows, two different venues all on the same night! What’s a gig goer to do? This Saturday night sees local hard rock heroes Lluther play Dublin’s newest rock venue, The Gypsy Rose on Aston Quay while up the road at The Workman’s Club, local soulful singer songwriter Oliver Cole and his […]

Lluther – Enough (Video)

May 19, 2010

Tickets There good old pals in Lluther have released a video for a new track entitled, Enough. Well worth checking out especially for those of you who attended their Button Factory show a couple of months ago….and also for anyone who didn’t 😉 Enjoy!

Review: Lluther – Live @ The Button Factory (March 27th, 2010)

March 28, 2010

As a seasoned Irish gig goer, you become used to the majority of shows consisting of bands dressed in hoodies and converse, standing around muttering and acting very self-conscious and shy. The quality of music differs on the band of course but Tickets There, and people in general find a band more believable when they […]

Oliver Cole / Lluther / The Redneck Manifesto – Dublin Shows TONIGHT!!

March 27, 2010

March was a pretty good month for gigs and tonight is definitely the perfect culmination/ Did we say perfect? we meant f**king annoying. Three of Ireland’s finest acts are all playing in the capital tonight meaning you need to throw a dart and see where you’re going. Oliver Cole, The Redneck Manifesto & Lluther are […]

Lluther – Song Previews On Hold & Dublin Show This Weekend!

March 24, 2010

In a surprise and very suspicious move. Lluther have announced that previews from their second album, Rise of The Reptile King are on hold until further notice. The group, who’ve already released four of the albums tracks made the announcement last week on their MySpace giving no explanation for the sudden change in plans. So […]

Lluther – Femme Fatale (Single Review)

March 11, 2010

Didn’t we say Lluther’s Femme Fatale would rock the bollocks of a mammoth? Yes we did and the good news is, it would! A fortnight ago they gave us sexy, now we have balls to the wall, guitar driven hard rock. The fourth release from their sophomore album, Rise of the Reptile King see’s the […]

Lluther – Rise of the Reptile King (Single Review)

February 21, 2010

Nothing better than sexy Rock and Lluther’s third single, Rise of the Reptile King is pretty sexy. Taken from the bands second album, ROTRK mixes some of the bands old industrial trait’s with their new rockier sound. Unlike the hard riffed, rocky style of King of Nothing, Rise of the Reptile King is a slow, […]

IRISH NOISE! – Lluther: In the Dollhouse / King of Nothing (Single Reviews)

February 10, 2010

Three years since the release of their debut album, Lluther are back! After a long quiet period, the band are ready to reemerge with a hard hittin’, heavy rock second album, Rise of the Reptile King. Today the band release the second single from the album, King of Nothing. Their first single, In The Dollhouse […]

“Me Top Eight Mates”

February 21, 2010

Welcome to Tickets There ‘Top Eight Mates‘ page. Here is a list of our top 8 underground/non-major Irish bands. Check out our MySpace and see our current Top 40 Irish Bands. Top 8 in order, 32 in A – Z. 1. Humanzi Darlings of the sleazy Irish punk/rock/pop scene. Tickets There is banking on Humanzi […]

Tickets There: Our Favorite Irish Bands

September 19, 2009

Hi There, Tickets There has decided to create a list of the Safe (Good) Irish bands. This list will only be based on our collective (my) personal tastes and will be updated as often as possible (Also, the Top Ten only includes bands that are still together and fairly underground / local. Thats why Ash […]