Competition: Halves @ The Workman’s Club, June 6th


Dublin based electronic band Halves play the Workman’s Club this Friday June 6th and we have a pair of tickets to offer to one lucky reader.

Currently made up of Brian Cash, with brother Elis & Tim Czerniak, the trio blend an impressive range of instruments, both acoustic and electronic, to create an exciting, ambient sound. Never afraid to experiment, the band strive to create an almost cinematic experience at their captivating live shows, combining synched visuals with their diverse mix of instruments which includes strings, brass, electronics, guitars and dual drummers.

The first band to ever play on stage at The Workman’s Club (playing support to PVT on the venue’s opening night) Halves return this time with an impressive back catalogue of material as well as a wealth of experience performing on other stages.

Nominated for the Choice Music Prize for their debut album It Goes, It Goes (Forever & Ever), the trio followed up with a bolder, more experimental second album, Boa Howl.  Not ones to be tied to any particular genre, Halves take the listener on a musical journey, with each track on their album offering something new.  Ranging from slow, ambient works to more upbeat tracks, Boa Howl is a melting pot of musical influences and styles, featuring collaborations with a range of exceptionally talented musicians, including Irish singer songwriter Gemma Hayes:

Halves’ live performances never fail to disappoint and have garnered them fans around the world.  The band will be releasing a new track to coincide with their Dublin gig and are also offering a free Halves vinyl to the first 100 people through the door on the night.

To be in with a chance to win tickets for you and a friend, simply click in the box below.

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Tickets cost €10 and can be purchased through Ticketmaster.  Doors open at 8pm.  Support from Carriages.   You can find further information about Halves and their music on their official website.




[Image: Halves]


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