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NEOSUPERVITAL: 12.11.2009

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, News with tags , , , , , , on November 10, 2009 by Tickets There

As you may have read, Tickets There managed to secure an exclusive interview with Mr. Tim Vital of Neosupervital fame.

The Interview is currenty being writte up so pop back on Thursday to read all about the changes in the band, how work on their second album is progressing and Tim’s plans for the future.

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Neosupervital – New Tracks

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, News with tags , on October 13, 2009 by Tickets There

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Ireland’s favourite solo-electronica artists, Neosupervital is preparing to release his second album in 2010 bt you don’t have to wait that long to hear what Tim’s been up to. New tracks Do What You Feel, Slow Motion, Getting Back (To What You Know) and the albums flagship single, the highly acclaimed Dance With You are on Neo’s MySpace for streaming now.

Not enough? Well, there’s also a FREE DOWNLOAD of Dance With You and a bunch of gig dates aswell. If that don’t satisfy ya, then you’re a lost cause….or you don’t like to dance.

New stuff sounds great so expect a few more updates about the groups activities over the next few months.

Click Here to visit NEOSUPERVITAL’s MySpace

Tickets there – Irish Playlist: Friday, September 25th

Posted in General Tickets There Blog, IRISH NOISE!, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 25, 2009 by Tickets There

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Maybe try and start this as a new feature, a weekly playlist of irish tracks Tickets There is currently listening to.

  1. AshUncle Pat

We all know Ash. Most of us love Ash. They just seem to get better and better with time but this week it’s Uncle Pat Time. What a fecking classic riff. Tim’s voice is one of those you either love or hate and Tickets There loves it. The guitars are so strong, the voice is so light and it works.

  1. 2.       Future Kings of SpainYou Dream In Solid Gold

Mourning the loss of Tickets There’s prime choice for Irelands leading underground band, The Future Kings of Spain with the excellent You Dream in Solid Gold. Just one of many amazing tracks for their second album Nervousystem which I still advise everyone to go out and buy. Teach you what you’re missing when you ignore Irish acts.

  1. Future Kings of SpainDisappear

I know it’s not ‘cool’ to have the same band appear twice on the same list but |I| couldn’t care less, this is what Tickets There is listening to. Maybe I should explain something, when we find good music, we listen to it. We know there’s a lot of music out there and a lot of people are in a panic to hear absolutely every single note ever played but TT doesn’t go in for that. We don’t like jumping from one band to another every forty seconds. Instead, we find bands of quality, substance and talent and stick with them until they lose it.

Future Kings Disappear is a fantastic song. Atmospheric and classic. Great choice for anyone in mourning.

  1. Bell X1 – Snakes & Snakes

Was doing a review of the Bellies Music in Mouth album earlier and I’ve had this song on repeat ever since. Great track, always nice to revisit this classic album.

  1. Jaded SunHigher

This band caught me by surprise. I can’t believe how good they are and they only improve with age. Honestly I have their MySpace page open 24 hours a day listening to them. Cant wait to pick this album up tomorrow.

  1. One Day InternationalLittle Death

Did a review of this track several months ago and I still enjoy it, great wee song. Haven’t been tempted to see them live yet as I like a little more meat in my music for a gig but maybe one day.

  1. The FlawsOut Tonight

Not normally a fan of this type of music but I think the Flaws do a fairly decent job with this track. II suppose this would be considered an old one at this stage but Tickets There is in no way cutting edge I’m afraid.

  1. Female Hercules – Inside You

I’m pretty sure that every single time I try and write a ‘What I’m listening to now’ blog, I include this song every single time. Well worth a go if you haven’t heard them before. For fans of hardcore J

  1. HumaziStraight Lines

Come on lads, get the bloody album out!

  1. Neosupervital – Now That I’ve Found

One of the best dance / pop songs ever written by an irish act and a great tune to set you in a good mood. Expect many a blog today about the simple joys of listening to Neosupervital.