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5 Feb - 1 March 2010


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Sat 27 Feb, 8.00PM - BOOK


Standard $40.50
Friends $37
Includes BOCS booking fee


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Catch the American noise band pegged by many as the finest group in the exploding California experimental scene. Having opened for Nine Inch Nails during their 2008 tour, Health continue to stake their territory with pulsating drum lines, raw synth and understated detached vocals.

The band's full-on live performances exude manic energy and devilish mayhem while maintaining total musical control. Think Slowdive having a sugar fit and bringing the audience along for the rush.


Cut and Paste DJs (Pre and Post Show)

Cut & Paste Soundsystem come together with selectors King John Ill, Aarom Wilson, Massive Trav and Anton Maz for a set featuring exclusive remixes and dubs created for the set.

The Transients

Robert Maszkowski and Béla Inkster dish up everything from pounding gritty bass-lines, to feel-good pop and laidback percussive instrumentals – coming off performances at Summadayze, Good Vibrations and Parklife festivals

Dub get Dirty

The Dub Get Dirty drop a set of improvised dubs with The Community's Diger Rokwell, yLem, DOS4GW, Paper Chain's Jam Buck and a drum heavy percussion section. TriplMUM and Mathas take hold of mic duties.

The EpiC of Gilgamesh

Lead by Injured Ninja's Dominic Pearce, The Epic of Gilgamesh return for their first performance in over a year with more than 15 musicians manning drums, keyboarders, samplers and a range of percussion.

This sounds violent, which is a good thing. There are times when you need to put blood in the music. IRISH TIMES  MORE >

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