Wired man releases new EP and plays Dolans

John O’Dea has been presenting the Rock Stop on Wired FM for the last three years, when he’s not presenting the show, he’s  fronting Limerick punk band The Turn. They have just released their debut Rough E.P, and they play Dolan’s on Saturday the 30th of April, supporting UK band Freebase.

Download the Rough E.P. for FREE here.

Some reviews of the Rough E.P. from some Irish punk royalty.

“It’s a ******* belter…complete with razor blade screeching vocals that reminded me of early Jake Burns it’s a very very angry record which is what Punk Rock should be…The Turn are a young Irish band and their songs are stuffed full of hook laden venom!! For a debut it’s a cracker”

-Bitzy, The LEE Harvey’s

“Really good stuff. Reminds me of a cross between early rudimentary peni and black flag circa damaged. This country needs more proper punk bands!”
-Paranoid Visions