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Oxegen 2010 Lineup Confirmed!

Posted in Music, News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 23, 2010 by Tickets There

The main line-up for the 2010 Oxegen Festival has been announced on Phantom FM. Here’s a list of the acts confirmed so far,

  • Jay-Z
  • MUSE
  • Eminem
  • Kasabian
  • Florence and the Machine

Other bands set to appear include,

Black Eyed Peas,
The Prodigy,
Paolo Nutini,
David Guetta,
John Mayer
Hot Chip,
Calvin Harris,
Newtown Faulkner,
Mumford and Sons,
Vampire Weekend,
Temper Trap,
La Roux,
Rise Against,
The Coral,
Broken Social Scene,
Ellie Goulding,
Two Door Cinema Club,
Armand Van Helden,
Steve Angello,
Simian Mobile Disco,
Erol Alkan,
Steve Aoki,

More acts will be announced on the 8th of March. Check the Official Oxegen Website for more detials.

Tickets There will of course bring you more info as soon as we have it!


MySpace Review – C!ties

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, MySpace Review with tags , , , , , on October 17, 2009 by Tickets There


On the ball today. Loads of great music, loads of people visiting Tickets There (which always makes us smile) and lots of sunshine for the soaking. Time for another look at some of Ireland’s finest bands. One of Tickets There’s earliest readers mentioned this band in a message to us and it didn’t take too many of their songs to convince us they deserve a praising review. So let’s get to it, shall we?

As usual, I’ve never seen the band live or heard their album (I do go to gigs and buy records, just seem to miss all these guys).

After listening to them for a while, I’m reminded of A.S.I.W.Y.F.A. and I’ll Eat Your Face…a little. Instrumental heavy rock / metal with some added keyboards for good measure. First song Satellites is a blast. Very fast in places, very heavy in others and several relaxed moments letting the listener unwind and enjoy the sights. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Ireland has some fantastic instrumental bands on the go at the moment and these guys are another example of that. Second track, 4plus1equals5 is very similar to Satellites but in a good way. I’m never really sure what to say about instrumental acts other than they’re deadly or they’re shit. This band are the former. The music is more than good enough on it’s own to keep you interested and there’s more than enough changes to keep the song’s ‘building’ feel.

Interlude is third and brings on a totally different buzz. One that would be closer to Le Galaxie than ASIWYFA. Despite me comparing, I don’t want ye getting confused. This group have their own style and I don’t want to overshadow that. Interlude is a nice, sublime sort of peaceful effort. Dive, Dive, Dive on the other hand, is a blistering slice of pure grunge styled rock. Heavy guitars, ball busting drums and all the works. Wee stompy breaks and more pounding on everything they can play or find. Savage!!

15728 (actually the second last track, MySpace skipped it) finishes things off and it’s similar to Interlude except a radio kind of voice is repeating the numbers over the music. Very atmospheric. Like it was just plucked from a Resident Evil game. As the song progresses, it could be compared to a Prodigy number rather than a metal band. Great heavy dance beats, electronica up the wazoo and the whole shebang. Fuck writing about it, I’m going back to listen.

Highly recommended and they’re playing the HWCH Festival tonight, 20:55 in Twisted Pepper Click Here For More Details.

Also, check out the C!ties MySpace!

The Prodigy – Dublin Bound

Posted in News with tags , , , on August 7, 2009 by Tickets There


December 18th, the ultimate hard core party band are bringing the mother fuc*ing noise back to Dublin!. That’s right, The Prodigy are returning to our nation’s capital for the first time since 2006…I think.

It’s going to be mental in the O2(Point!) that night so expect a wide range of biker guys, rave heads, scumbags and indie fans all banging into each other. I’ve got the POISON!!!!

Tickets – €49.50.

On Sale – 14th August (according to Ticket Master