Archive for Humanzi

Halloween Night In Dublin (30th Oct.)

Posted in Gig Listing, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , on October 30, 2011 by Tickets There

Bad Medicine @ Gypsy Rose (30th Oct.)

The Gypsy Rose have some hard rockin’ ghoulish surprises in store for you this Halloween with their Bad Medicine night. Promising live bands, DJ’s, a massive prixe draw and as much classic rock as you can handle. Admission is €5 and it’s all in aide of Temple Street Children’s University Hospital. Costumes are option…but you’re a spa if you don’t dress up. It’s Halloween for christ’s sake, what’s wrong with you?? All pints and shorts €4 until 12:00AM

State.ie Photo Exhibition 2011 & JAPE @ Twisted Pepper (30th Oct.)

State.ie are launching their 2011 photography exhibition in Twisted Pepper on Sunday, October 30th. The show will feature shots from twelve of their premier photographers including Mr. Kieran Frost, Ireland’s greatest photographer. It all starts a 18:00 and finishes at 20:00. After that, the amazing JAPE will play a full band show in the main venue. Tickets for Jape are priced €12 on the door.

Club Hell: Radio Nova Halloween Ball @ O’Reillys (30th Oct.)

Costume party in Club Hell on the 30th with Radio Nova throwing out prizes for the best ones. Heineken sponsoring it so there’ll probably be model tits and free booze to boot. Tickets are €8 on the door (or ask at the O’Reillys bar for more)

HALLOWEEN BANK HOLIDAY LIVE ALL DAYER @ THE WORKMAN’S CLUB (30th Oct.)

Former Humanzi front man and current Admiral of all Things Black (yep, clever word play aside; it’s Shaun Mulrooney, the Admiral Black) return to Dublin today to headline an all day music event taking place at The Workman’s Club. Fancy Dress, 7 bands and DJ’s; 18:00 – 03:00 AM (yep, 9 hours of music ‘n’ booze). Also on the bill are Fallen Rule, Tandem Felix, Hellfire Club, Womens Murder Club, New Town Disaster and I Am A Car Crash. Oh and did we mention it’s ALL FREE? Well it is.

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Check Out: SOnance HOtel

Posted in Gig Listing, IRISH NOISE!, Music, News with tags , , , , , on June 29, 2011 by Tickets There

For the last couple of weeks Tickets There has been enjoying a new find, SOnance Hotel. Formed and driven by X-Humanzi sticks man, Brian Gallagher; Sonance Hotel have been writing and recording for over two years and are now ready to release their début album Don’t Look Behind You on July 15th.

Describing the music, you’d have to take influences from urban post rock and brit pop before adding that special something all great song writers throw into the mix to call it their own. As well as arranging and composing the entire album himself, Brian has also performed every instrument and produced the record in the true D.I.Y. spirit all young musicians crave in this day and age.

The Mighty Stef’s label (First Born Is Dead Recordings) are releasing the record and you can catch SOnance Hotel live in Twisted Pepper on the 15th at the album’s launch night. Check out their Facebook for more details. Watch this space for more about SOnance Hotel.

ADMIRAL BLACK – SHOCK CORRIDORS (New Music)

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, New Music with tags , , , on January 23, 2011 by Tickets There

Admiral Black has uploaded a new song entitled Shock Corridors to Souncloud. Well worth a go for any of you looking for some classic rock grounded, psychedelic fun. The band is currently based in Berlin working on material for their début album. For those of you who’ve heard of Humanzi, you may be interested to know that the Admiral himself is ‘former’ (considering they’re as close to broken up as you can get without screaming it out loud) Manzi singer Shaun Mulrooney. SHOCK CORRIDORS – ADMIRAL BLACK by Admiral Black

Humanzi Play Final Show?

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, News with tags , , , , , , on October 6, 2010 by Tickets There

Could this be the end of Dublin techno/punk rock masters Humanzi? During their first live performance in well over a year last Saturday, the band announced that it could be their last ever show together.

Lead singer Shaun Mulrooney made the following comment before the band played their final song of the night, Get Your Shit Together.

We don’t know if this is the last song we’ll ever play together or not

Having relocated to Berlin in 2008 to record their second album, the band have been keeping a relatively low profile ever since, despite the album’s release in February this year. Rumors that the band had split up have been circulating for the past few months and despite the inclusion of new material in Saturday’s set, it seems the band are moving on separately.

Tickets There for one is very disappointed by the news and if there’s any hint they’ll stay together, we’ll let ye know! For now, we wish Brian, Colm, Gary and Shaun the very best of luck in the future.

Read a review of Saturday’s show over @ Goldenplec.com

HUMANZI: Workman’s Club, October 2nd.

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, News with tags , , on September 8, 2010 by Tickets There

Less than a month to go until Humanzi return to Dublin and tear our capital apart. It’s been aagggesss since the lads last played here and it could be longer before we see them again so be sure to make your way down to Dublin’s newest venue, The Workman’s Club on October 2nd for this guaranteed roof raising show.

To see more details Click Here

Humanzi Announce Dublin Show – The Workman’s Club, Oct. 2nd

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, News with tags , , , , , , , on July 12, 2010 by Tickets There


Everyone’s favorite stomping punk band Humanzi are coming back to Dublin! Just eight months after the release of their second album, Kingdom of Ghosts, the band are retuning to the capital.

The gig takes place on October 2nd in Dublin’s newest venue, The Workman’s Club which is situated right beside U2’s Clarence hotel on Wellington Quay.

To see a pic of the clubs main venue, visit Hotpress.

Humanzi – Kingdom of Ghosts (Available on CD Now!)

Posted in Music, News with tags , on March 25, 2010 by Tickets There

JUst to confirm, Humanzi’s second album, Kingdom of Ghosts is out now on CD from Road Records priced €12.99.

Without a doubt one of the best Irish albums we’ll see in 2010, Humanzi are back folks! Pick up your copy NOW!