Archive for Twisted Pepper

Sweet Jane: Irish Dates start this week

Posted in Gig Listing, Music with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 22, 2012 by Tickets There

Soulful psychedelic rockers Sweet Jane have a bunch of Irish shows coming up. Kicking off this week, the group will play six dates around the country, including shows in Sligo, Dublin, Belfast, Mullingar and Cork. Full list of dates can be found below – Go on the Jane!

Oct. 27th – The Garavogue, Sligo.

Oct. 28th – Twisted Pepper, Dublin.

Nov. 1st – John Dalys. Mullingar.

Nov. 4th – Crane Lane, Cork.

Nov 24th – Twisted Pepper, Dublin.

Dec. 13th – Auntie Annues, Belfast.

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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.

The Cold 100 Play Twisted Pepper – October 8th

Posted in IRISH NOISE!, Music, News with tags , , , , , , on September 26, 2010 by Tickets There

Dublin blues rock upstarts, The Cold 100 have announced a date for Abbey Street’s, Twisted Pepper on October 8th.

With classic rock slowly but surely on the rise, it’s a good time to catch one of Dublin’s most promising acts live. Prepare yourself for some really smoky, bluesy atmospheric pieces mixed with a good dose of guitar driven belters. Listen out for Red Headed Woman and Have You Ever (Been So Down).

Pop over to their MySpace to get a taste of what’s to come.