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Youth of a Nation presents

Wednesday 27th June

AXIS OF

Youth of a Nation presents

AXIS OF

+ Ginola & Gascan Rucku

 

“The most exciting band to come out of Northern Ireland, possibly ever. 9/10” Rocksound

Axis Of’s brand of Alternative Hardcore was born in a shed on the wind battered North Coast just over 2 years ago. Hundreds of shows, 6 UK tours, over a month touring mainland Europe, numerous radio sessions for the likes of Across the line and BBC Radio one, Maida Vale in London. Articles in AU, Kerrang, Hotpress, Irish News, Rocksound, The Fly. Two sold out singles and single launch shows in Belfast. Support slots with Therapy?, King Blues, Deaf Havana, The Joy Formidable, Lower Than Atlantis and a debut album being finished in Start Together studios Belfast right now, Axis of show no signs of slowing.

 

 

Ginola

Like your music loud? Then look no further than Ginola. This ragged Dublin punk trio have hardly put a foot wrong over the past twelve months, impressing with a number of singles, split releases and numerous scintillating live shows. Their forte is loud highly charged punk-rock with hopping basslines and battering drums.

 

Gascan Ruckus 

Gascan Ruckus aren’t very subtle, they arent very tactful and they don’t beat around the bush. What they are is visceral, frantic and angry. Playing sheer punk rock recalling the likes of The Flatliners and The Bronx.

2011 has been a hectic year already with a first single release under their belts and a UK tour completed including a sought after show at Liverpool Sound City Festival, and a support slot with Dinosaur Pile-Up. Gascan Ruckus are chomping at the bit for more.

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TICKETS

Tickets on sale Monday 11th June priced  €10 (including booking fee) from www.tickets.ie &  www.wavtickets.ie &www.whelanslive.com

AFTER THE GIG

Whelan’s Indie/Electro Club w/ Late Bar from 10:30pm til late (FREE ENTRY).

  • Upstairs in Whelan's, 25 Wexford St.
  • Doors: 8pm
  • Tickets: €10 (including booking fee)