The Kinetiks appeared on The Once a Week Show on 6 October 2007.
They have also sold out the music venue Whelan's of Wexford Street in Dublin, topped the Phantom airplay chart and have provided support for a range of bands including The Enemy in the Ambassador Theatre, Young Knives and Scouting for Girls. The band have achieved considerable airplay on other radio stations such as RTÉ 2fm and Today FM.
At Oxegen 2008, The Kinetiks followed Dirty Epics onto the Green Room stage. In an interview with the Irish Independent beforehand, the band said they relished the prospects of playing in front of their biggest audience to date. Vocalist Gaz Harding (23) said:
"We're not nervous, just looking forward to it. Obviously the tent is massive. We're going to go and do what we do and hope that everyone will be blown away and we can go out and have a great night afterwards."
In July 2009, they supported the charity music site Music Box For Life.Com by donating some of their music.
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