Mik Pyro & The Shogunz of Stank

Mik Pyro & The Shogunz of Stank

The Workman's Club Dublin
The Workman's Club, Dublin
The Workman's Club Dublin 26/05/2017 19:30
26/05/2017 19:30

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This is an over 18s event. You may be required to show ID (driver's licence, Garda / PSNI ID or passport only). Right of admission is reserved.

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General Admission: €12.00 incl. booking fee

 

 

Mik Pyro & The Shogunz Of Stank

 Accidents In The Workplace

 Scally

 Buckshot Amber

 

Pyro of the mighty Republic Of Loose is widely known as a musical guru of all sorts. Drawing on his diverse musical tastes he involves hip-hop, soul and blues in almost everything he does. Roaring nasty grooves soar from his guitar, paired with his creamy flavoured vocals, this man has certainly got the groove. The Shogunz are absolute groove - lords in their own right, this outfit is gunna hit you hard.

 

From the sumptuous suburbs of Dundalk and trendy potholes of Emyvale come Accidents in the Workplace. The bands blend of funk, rock, blues and "other" creates the musical equivalent of sprinkling salt and pepper on a bowl of ice cream. “It’s tricky to add so much to the production of a track - and not have it end up cluttered. But Accidents In The Workplace have pulled it off - and this sounds equally fresh and adventurous.” - Across The Line BBC Radio.

  

Described by Hotpress as "Energy, Balls & Rock n Roll", Scally writes and co-produces all of his own material. After rave reviews of his April release 'The 7th Commandment', Scally has been pinned as a definite one to watch having both balls and brains Scally's Groove filled Grandeur will give you a true Rock n Roll experience.

 

Buckshot Amber are a five piece energised outlet fronted by the powerful vocal and stage presence of Kevin Quinn along with the aggressive sounds of an infusion of soaring guitar riffs and piercing solos provided by lead guitarist Niall O'Leary and rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist Daniel Phelan. The bands synergetic relationship is glued together by its cohesive but yet organic rhythm section comprising of Ambrose (Bambi) Bourke on Bass and Martin Killeen on the drums.