But can they play?

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - Music -

Holy Fuck:

“Toronto’s evil su­per­group” can whip up an ear­split­ting ca­coph­ony, but there are mo­ments of sheer beauty, such as the track Lovely Allen. They play the Man­dela Hall, Belfast on April 9th and Whe­lan’s, Dublin on April 10th. www.mys­pace.com/holy­fuck

The Fuck But­tons:

Bris­tol boys Andrew Hung and Ben­jamin John Power started off mak­ing mu­sic “painful to peo­ple’s ears”, which evolved into an amal­gam of elec­tronic shrieks and shim­mer­ing am­bi­ent sounds. They play Whe­lan’s, Dublin on Feb 29th and Ping Pong, Cork on March 1st. www.mys­pace.com/fuck­but­tons


The Glas­gow band (be­low) re­cently lost a bass player, but that’s okay; they had two. Good, clean, potty-mouthed fun. www.mys­pace.com/shit­disco


Dublin DJ Mar­cus Lam­bkin tours the world, DJing his brand of fuzzy elec­tron­ica. www.mys­pace.com/shitrobot

Anal C**t:

In 1988, three hairy guys from Mas­sachusetts formed a grind­core band with the pur­pose of in­sult­ing all and sundry. The sound is a ca­coph­ony of yells and feed­back. www.mys­pace.com/axcx

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