Rolo Tomassi return to Dublin to play a late show Upstairs at Whelan’s on March 26th with M(h)aol

Tickets are €14, unles you’ve been at At The Drive In (Who play Vicar Street earlier that night), in which case admission is only €12.

Rolo Tomassi
Rolo Tomassi are a British mathcore band from Sheffield, England. Their name is taken from dialogue in the film L.A. Confidential. The band is known for their strong DIY ethic, and chaotic style and performances.

The band released two albums on Hassle Records: Hysterics (2008) and the Diplo-produced Cosmology (2010). After creating their own record label Destination Moon in 2011 they released Eternal Youth, a compilation album of B-sides, remixes and rarities from throughout their career. They released their third album Astraea in 2012 with the first line-up change in their career, and Grievances in 2015 with the second line-up change.

M(h)aol
Interweaving noise and words this Dublin based band create a meloncholicly hypnotic sound.
Fans of Feminism. Animal welfare. Chipper chips.

DeafHouse DJ’s
Two dudes who have joined forces to become one massie interactvie playist for the greater good.
www.facebook.com/deafhouseradio

u:mack in association with Venture Present
Rolo Tomassi
Mhaol
Deafhouse DJs
11pm, Saturday March 26
Upstairs in Whelans

Tickets are €14, or €12 with an At The Drive In ticket stub, from http://www.tickets.ie/umack & wav