Radioactive Man Live

  • Big Dish Go / KETTLE present Richard Fearless [Death In Vegas / Black Acid] Radioactive Man LIVE ["Growl" Album Launch / Control Tower] Signor Pepe [KETTLE] Conor Feeney Robbie Ryan Tickets: €15 Before 12 / 17 After Doors: 10.00 – 3.00 Friday 30th May The Underground Kennedy's Westland Row Dublin 2. Radioactive Man will be back in Dublin on Friday the 30th of May to perform his brand new album "Growl" LIVE for the first and only time in Ireland! Expect to see some serious hardware being used as Keith Tenniswood brings his studio to the Underground. Straight from touring with his new band Black Acid, Richard Fearless will also be joining us on the night for a very special eclectic Dj set, variety and obscurity a plenty! Catch these 2 titans together for one show only at the Underground, Kennedy's. Keith Tenniswood aka Radioactive Man burst into the electronic music scene in the early nineties, with his first release on Phil Perry's label that opened many doors, one of which lead him to collaborate with Andrew Weatherall. The two like minded musicians formed Two Lone Swordsman and have remixed for a huge array of artists such as Primal Scream, Spiritualized, Howie B, David Holmes to name but a few. In 1997, after working co producing David Holmes award winning album 'Lets Get Killed, Radioactive Man was ready to launch himself into the limelight, with his self titled LP which suddenly turned Radioactive Man into a electronica household name. There has been much anticipation for the release of his newest album 'Growl', which has been described as 'a stunning collection of timeless tracks that break, shake and quake with funk and character'. Radioactive Man has been a welcomed visitor to our shores in the past and he is sure not to disappoint. Support on the night, will come in the form of none other than Richard Fearless from Death in Vegas Fame. Now performing and just finished touring his new band Black Acid. Expect all the hedonism of a Death in Vegas Show, as Richard Fearless takes control of the decks for his first solo Irish appearance for quite sometime.
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