How to enter free entry comps – Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the gig above in the Subject line you’re entering for along with your full name and phone number (for late contact) in the body of the message. Full info on each show below. Draw closes at 6pm the day before the gig or Friday 1pm latest for weekend gigs.
POD & Abstract Present Greenhouse over two-days on Sunday March 16th and Monday March 17th in Meeting House Square & NEED, opening at 2pm every day and featuring Mano Le Tough, Laurent Garnier, Japanese Popstars and more.
Sunday: Japanese Popstars, Ian O’Donovan, David De Valera, Aaron Nolan, Philip Galvin Jnr, Jonathan Kiely & Melodic DJs, special guest Laurent Garnier + more to be announced
Monday: Mano Le Tough (3hr Set), Cassy, Hidden Agenda V NightFlight DJs, DICE DJs, Bedlam DJs, Abstract DJs, SouthPaw DJs & Sense DJs + more to be announced
After visiting The Academy last week, Danny Brown along with Angel Haze (Irish debut) will support Macklemore/Ryan Lewis and Ellie Goulding at Marlay Park on July 10th. Tickets €49.50 plus fee on sale now.
The Brian Jonestown Massacre, the subject of Dig! aka one of the best music documentaries around are playing The Academy on July 9th Tickets priced €22.90 plus fees on sale Friday. Harmonic Presents is bringing a few names to Dublin soon.
First there’s witch-house-style electronic grimeyness from Eyedress who play Whelans Upstairs on May 1st. Tickets €13 plus fee from usual places like Tickets.ie and Ticketmaster.
Yours Truly captured Angel Haze and Lunice putting a new collaborative track together called ‘Gimme That’ in Metropolis Studios in London the night after the Warehouse Project. The song is a free download from today in the Songs From Scratch Series which previously featured Danny Brown and Joey Bada$$.
Every Friday, four new music picks from music blogs worldwide are published as part of my Day & Night pages. Follow Day & Night on Twitter or Facebook. The magazine is out today in print with every copy of the Irish Independent so pick it up to see my full internet-heavy section with a piece on Death Grips as well as the rest of the mag.
Bridie Monds Watson is only 16 years old but the Derry teenager’s distinct young folk is fully-formed. She has been turning heads with simple songs like ‘Sea Creatures’ and her warm emotive voice. One to watch.
For our 41st podcast Aoife and I got ourselves a better audio setup with two pro microphones (thanks to all who helped with that) and took a return aural trip to Canada via the Caribbean, Cambridge, Malmo, Manchester, LA and New York. Better equipment also means you can hear our dog Daffodil barking from downstairs throughout if you listen closely but I trust it won’t detract from these 13 songs, which are some of the finest I’ve heard over six weeks and collected together. Also, Bruce Willis makes an appearance. You’ll just have to listen.