The Richter Collective presents
JOGGING ‘Minutes’ Album Launch
+ very special guests NOT SQUARES & LOGIKPARTY
Whelan’s, 25 Wexford St, Dublin 2
Bank Holiday Sunday 2nd May, 7:30pm
Including After Show party Upstairs@Whelan’s with Richter DJs & guests from 11pm til late.
Tickets €10/15 with an album available from Tickets.ie, City Discs, Road Records & WAV [lo-call 1890 200 078]
The Richter Collective are proud to present the much anticipated debut album ‘MINUTES’ from Dublin rock trio JOGGING on Bank Holiday Sunday 2nd May in Whelan’s. The Richter Collective have been incredibly busy this year with releases from the Redneck Manifesto, The Continuous Battle of Order & Worrier. Very special guests on the night will be Not Squares (Belfast) & Logikparty (Dublin) & tickets are available from Tickets.ie and WAV [lo-call 1890 200 078].
JOGGING – MINUTES
In shops April 30th 2010
Having played as side-men in a laundry list of Dublin indie luminaries (Jape, Jeff Martin, Goodtime John, Coldspoon Conspiracy, Cap Pas Cap, Guilty Optics, Crayonsmith) the 3 members of Jogging have finally stepped out in to the limelight in 2010. The band have steadily built up a fan base around Ireland in their short existence; very much at a grassroots level. Word of mouth from fans and kind words from webzines like Ragged Words and State Magazine have been spreading word of their exciting live shows which also lead to support slots with Parts & Labor, Crystal Antlers and Ponytail among others (including been chosen multiple times to play with The Redneck Manifesto & And So I Watch you from Afar) throughout the year. Musically, the band would not be out of place sitting among Dischord/Wahington luminaries like Fugazi, Faraquet and even early Q and Not U which is also helped by the stamp of approval by TJ Lipple (Medications, Aloha) who mastered this record in Washington, DC. Jogging are an intense, raw blend of Punk, Indie and Dance while maintaining a fresh, urgent and current edge. Their new record, entitled Minutes, was recorded in Kilcoole, Co. Wicklow by James Eager & Eoin Whitfield and Mastered in Washington DC by TJ Lipple.