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THE STICKS "Rock and Roll" ep -- Release Date August 15 - RoCiCo Records (Berube Communications / RMG-Chart)
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“The next Irish Band to name drop” ~ The Irish Times

Described as specialists in fusing top-notch electronic beats and grooves with explosive live drumming, get ready for a truly blistering set. Their EP ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll’ was released August 15th 2003 on RoCiCo Records and has become an essential CD to Radio & Club DJs nationwide. The STICKS live show is an experience you won’t want to miss!! Driven by undeniable passion, The Sticks produce a sensory assault that moves seamlessly from house to hip-hop, funk to drum'n'bass’. Their vast selection of instrumentation speaks for itself: Drumkit, Theremin, Sampler, Handsonic, Vocals, Bongos, Timbales, Bodhran, Digeridoo, SH101, and the original TR909 and TB303.

Regular Irish tours have seen the band headline The Village, Redbox, Sugar Club and feature in the St. Patrick’s Festival 2003. The Sticks have recorded a track for TV documentary ‘Dust Devils’ to be screened on September 24th.

The Sticks are:

ROBBIE HARRIS is a percussionist who after touring extensively joined Riverdance on Broadway 2000. While in New York he was guest lecturer at The Julliard and The New School NYC. Most recently he was resident percussionist at Club Cavadoro Greece.
GRIT GREENGLOW exciting high-energy dance producer who made a name for himself at Creamfields last year. His ten years in dance have seen him successfully experiment and collaborate with Techno, Drum'n'Bass and Hard House.
CONOR DONOVAN drummer for 20 years, he has performed and given workshops throughout the world with diverse bands and orchestras. He holds the record for the youngest drummer to reach grade 8 in Ireland.

The Sticks- making music you can groove to! A must see live band in every sense of the word!

What the media say:
"A completely new musical concept" Sunday Independent

"Next Irish band to name drop" The Irish Times

"The next big thing" The Star

"Fresh dancefloor madness" The Ticket

"The future of Rock'n'Roll" 2FM

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