Loose Joints is a podcast where we talk to a guest and play music they like new and old. True to the name, the podcast features a loose collection of tunes, tied together by very little logic, just like our chats. Nialler9 and Sally Cinnamon are your hosts.

This month’s guests is Cian Murphy, one half of I Am The Cosmos, and music shop dude at Freebird Records. Last year’s 12″ release is a taster of what’s coming from the synth-electronic duo.

This month’s chat we talk to Cian about influential Cosmos music, get deep into new age, why Gorillaz cartoon characters are not better than Zig & Zag, Steely Dan and some great new music selections.

Download: Loose Joints Podcast #8: Cian Murphy (78MB, 1 hour 20mins)


Visible Cloaks – Terrazzo
New Jackson – Put The Love In It
Gorillaz – Strobelite feat. Peven Everett
Kathy Heidelman – Sleep A Million Years
Joint Loose Joints Joint : Mac Demarco – For The First Time
Mr Fingers – Waterfall
System – Almost Grown
Everything Is Recorded – Close to You feat. Sampha
Richenel – Autumn

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Special thanks to Sean Corcoran for producing / recording.

#7: Cian Murphy
#6: Gib Cassidy.
#5: Best of 2016 with May Kay.
#4: Aisling Rogerson
#3: Emmet Kirwan.
#2: Oisin Davis.
#1: Aidan Kelly.

Posted on May 18th, 2017


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Another Love Story, the boutique little festival of music, art, fun, talks and installations by Homebeat & Happenings in Killyon Manor, Meath has announced its first list of acts for this year’s festival from Friday 18th – Sunday 20th August.

  • Katie Kim
  • Overhead The Albatross
  • JFDR
  • This Is How We Fly
  • I Am The Cosmos
  • Bantum
  • Replete
  • Wry Myrrh
  • Margie Jean Lewis
  • Ailbhe Reddy
  • Tomorrows
  • Buffalo Woman
  • Hilary Woods
  • Carriages
  • Wastefellow
  • Oose
  • Beach
  • Let’s Set Sail
  • Saint Caoilin
  • My Fellow Sponges
  • Doubtlands
  • Attention Bebe’s Big Top Sundown Rave Up
  • NCH Gamelan Orchestra


  • The Another Love Story Soundsystem Massive
  • Cian O’Ciobhain
  • Tim O’Donovan
  • Bodytonic Djs
  • DJ Hula Hoops
  • Sing Along Social
  • My House Djs
  • The Thin Air Djs


  • The Shift Shack
  • The Front Room
  • The Library by YHRF
  • The Big Stretchy
  • For Conor This Must Be The Place
  • My House presents : The Great Western Ballroom

More lineup additions, antics, food and more to be released.


Tickets​ (Includes regular weekend camping):
ALS ’17 Tier 1 €100 [SOLD OUT]
ALS ’17 Tier 2 €135 [SOLD OUT]
ALS ’17 Tier 3 €155 [SOLD OUT]
ALS ’17 Tier 4 €185

Boutique Camping​ (does not include weekend ticket):
4M Tent (sleeps 4) €265
5M Tent (sleeps 6) €380
6M Tent (sleeps 8) €550
Bed & bedding extra if required. Please see website for full details

Other Details
No Sunday camping – event runs 19.00 Fri Aug 18th – 19.00 Sun Aug 20th.
Under 12’s go free accompanied by adult
12-18 year olds are not permitted
Dogs Free! (it’s a dog’s life)

Out of the trembling darkness, a glimpse, a sharp intake of breath,
the impatient softness of the sudden clasp of joined hands.
All that has happened falls away,
all that is yet to come stretches infinitely into the
inescapable certainty of fate.
Faster, faster. Spinning, spiraling, Over and under,
Straight on till the break of dawn.
Together is the most important thing..

Posted on April 12th, 2017


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Gavin Elsted is one of the three resident DJs at Lumo Club (alongside myself and Simon Roche), the monthly night which celebrated being a a year-old in Yamamori Tengu in Dublin in October, a year in which we also took the club ethos to Body & Soul, Metropolis, Forbidden Fruit and most recently, Dingle this weekend.

Gavin is also the producer known as Adultrock, who released the fine Push & Pull EP this year.

The next Lumo is Thursday December 22nd – our Christmas party. Tickets here.

Here are his top 10 tracks of 2016:


Youandewan – ‘Waiting for L’

From one of my favourite albums this year. I had seen the name knocking about for a while and one of the online retailers like Phonica or Juno had posted this tune and I was hooked. Subtle, minimal instrumentation but a lot of emotional power in this track.


Pional – ‘The Way You Like’ (feat Empress Of)

One of two tracks featuring Empress Of on my list. Pional’s productions are always very special and this is no different – equally at home on mainstream radio as it would be in the club.


Parple – ‘Sacred’

I think I’ve played this at nearly every Lumo since I got my hands on it. A muscular modular workout from John Talabot under a pseudonym, this never fails to get bodies moving. The best bit is when it cuts to just the beat and the bassline – you can hear the tops off from a mile away.


Machinedrum – ‘Do It 4 U’ (feat Dawn)

I am fond of the occasional bit of maximalism and this definitely ticks the hyper hyper box for me. Very close to something off Rustie’s Glass Swords but more hook-laden and a bit more direct.


I Am The Cosmos – ‘Letting It Go’

A beat, a bassline and vocals. That’s all this is and yet it manages to be as engaging as anything else you’re likely to hear. If this is what the full-length that this is from is going to sound like, I can’t wait to hear it.


Empress Of – ‘Woman is a Word’

My favourite pop song of 2016, hands down. Must have listened to it about 20 times on repeat when I first heard it. Super hooky, direct and to the point – no messing about.


Cloud Nothings – ‘Modern Act’

Single handedly keeping me in shouty guitar man land are Cloud Nothings. This is technically a 2017 tune because the album’s not out yet but as teasers go it’s pretty enticing. Plus I wanted to put Brand New in here but I don’t think I’d get away with it.


Asa Moto – ‘Wanowan Efem’

Super slinky electronic funk from the DeeWee label. One for earlier in the night to encourage loosening up, a secret weapon in the warm up for me.


V – ‘La Nouvelle Epoque’

From the split with Ripperton (I reckon V is actually Ripperton as his remix history would suggest) on Fort Romeau’s Cin Cin label, classic chugging electro complete with New Order-alike bassline and Blue Monday-choirs. No complaints here.


Mmoths – ‘Eva’

I think the Mmoths record is an incredibly accomplished piece of work and this is the standout from it. Deft touches to the tune bring it out of the machinery it was made on and back towards a starker, more humanised sound.

Posted on December 6th, 2016


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Three years on from the release of Monochrome, the debut album from Ross Turner and Cian Murphy as I Am The Cosmos and the presence of its analogue synthesizer dance music in my regular listening has never diminished.

Where Monochrome was inspired by a single song from the Japanese band Mariah, a band who have inspired and moved crate diggers and music outliers alike, the band’s new material, live in recent shows, had much more muscle.

‘Letting Go’ and ‘Taciturning On You’ are the first bits of new original music from I Am The Cosmos since Monochrome and there is a marked difference in the approach.

The A-side follows the band’s remix of Girls Names last year, all pulsing synthesizer electronics, swallowing Joy Division vocals that itself starts to lose control echoing the title.

The B-side ‘Taciturning On You’ premiered here on Nialler9 for the first time, relies on meandering atmosphere before a motorik rhythm and billowing oriental synth notes dominates the instrumental track.

The Single is released on Happy Valley Records (Lung Dart, Hazing, Cloud Castle Lake) on 1st July backed with a Lumigraph remix. iTunes link. / 12″ Pre-order.

I Am The Cosmos Live dates

02/07/16: Castlepalooza Festival, Offaly IE
07/07/16: The Nines, London UK
16/07/16: Bello Bar, Dublin with This Greedy Pig, Padraic E. Moore.

Photo by Dorje De Burgh.

Posted on June 14th, 2016



The synth-loving electronic duo of I Am The Cosmos have reimagined ‘I Go’, a track from Jape’s recent album This Chemical Sea and have roped in Cathal Cully of the Belfast-based band Girls Names on vocals.

Their version is built on hard-edged arpeggiated synth notes, which their new music has been delving more and more into, while Cully provides some extra dark punk energy.

The original:

Jape plays Vicar Street next Saturday December 12th with support from Pleasure Beach.

Join us, and him, for the afterparty buzz at Bar Tengu at our third Lumo Club night where Richie is the special guest DJ.

Photo by Dorje De Burgh .

Posted on December 3rd, 2015

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Over three days and nights in Cork the Sounds From A Safe Harbour’s programme took hold in the venues of the city that saw the likes of Lisa Hannigan, Wild Beasts, The National’s Bryce and Aaron Dessner, Richard Reed Parry, Crash Ensemble and many more contemporary artists play shows in a new festival put together by Mary Hickson of the Cork Opera House and curated by Bryce Dessner.

It was a superb first year, with bonded warehouse food, cocktail bars, gigs and talks; exhibitions and screenings and an attendance that further suggested Cork was more than ready for this unique style of contemporary/classical yet alternative-leaning festival to dock in the city.

As part of the whole experience, I curated a free music trail around 5 pubs/venues in the city including Crane Lane, Bodega, The Oval, Poor Relation and BDSM which featured shows from My Brightest Diamond, I Am The Cosmos, Rusangano Family, Bantum, Shookrah, This Is The Kit, I Have A Tribe, Katharine Phillippa, Somerville, Quiet River Of Dust, Slow Skies, Loah, Conor Walsh, Deady, Adultrock, Talos and more.

If you missed out, here’s flavour of the weekend through the lens of Bríd O’Donovan. Here’s to the hope of the return of the festival next year. Thanks Mary, Bryce and Cork for having me too.

Posted on September 22nd, 2015


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Next weekend, the Sounds From A Safe Harbour festival will take over the port and city of Cork.

Curated by Bryce Dessner of The National, the festival will feature shows from The Gloaming, Wild Beasts,Julianna Barwick, My Brightest Diamond, Sam Amidon, a collaboration between Lisa Hannigan and Aaron Dessner, Valgeir Sigurðsson, Amiina, This Is How We Fly; Donal Dineen, Crash Ensemble, Eat My Noise and more.

As part of the festival, I’ve put together a free music trail taking place across three days and nights in Rising Sons’ venues Crane Lane, Bodega, Poor Relation, The Oval and BDSM starting on Culture Night on Friday 18th with Rusangano Family and happening in between the main gigs on Saturday afternoon and late night.

Playing are:

My Brightest Diamond, I Am The Cosmos, Rusangano Family, Bantum, Shookrah, This Is The Kit, Mina Tindle, I Have A Tribe, Katharine Phillippa, Somerville, Quiet River Of Dust (featuring Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry) Slow Skies, Fish Go Deep, Loah, Conor Walsh, Deady, Adultrock, Talos, Colm K, Vinyl Love.

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2PM Bodega

Slow Skies (@ BDSM)

3pm Bodega

Katharine Phillippa Somerville (@ BDSM)

4pm The Oval

Talos Conor Walsh

5PM Bodega

Rusangano Family This Is The Kit LOAH

6pm Bodega

Shookrah Deady I Have A Tribe

7PM Crane Lane

Mina Tindle My Brightest Diamond Quiet River Of Dust (feat. Richard Reed Parry of Arcade Fire)

11PM Poor Relation

I Am The Cosmos Bantum

Midnight Poor Relation

Vinyl Love Adultrock Fish Go Deep (@ Bodega)

01:00 – close

Vinyl Love Colm K (DJ set) Fish Go Deep (@ Bodega)

Posted on September 9th, 2015


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Sounds from a Safe Harbour is a new festival taking place around the city of Cork from September 17th to 20th. put together by Cork Opera House with a lineup curated by Bryce Dessner of The National.

Already set to feature the likes of The Gloaming, Julianna Barwick, My Brightest Diamond, Sam Amidon, a collaboration between Lisa Hannigan and Aaron Dessner, Valgeir Sigurðsson, Amiina and lots more as previously announced, today the festival have added Wild Beasts to their lineup. The band will headline Cork Opera House on Sunday, September 20th.

Sounds from a Safe Harbour music trail

On a personal note, I’m pleased to share the news that Nialler9 is curating a music trail around the city that weekend which will take place in various venues and pubs owned by Benny McCabe including the Rising Sons brewery, Bodega and more.

The confirmed lineup for the free music trail which will take place in the afternoons, evenings and late-night during the festival includes Slow Skies, I Am The Cosmos, Rusangano Family, Somerville, Bantum, Talos, Shookrah, Conor Walsh and Vinyl Love with more to be confirmed. Artists from the existing lineup will also be playing these music trail shows.

Other confirmations

Soundings from a Safe Harbour – Lisa Hannigan and Dylan Haskins’ podcast turned live show will welcome Bryce, Aaron and Jessica Dessner in the unique setting of a Bonded Warehouse down on the Port of Cork. The show happens in three sections – the first is stories to inspire, then stories to alarm, and finally stories to humour. Each section is bridged by a song on those themes.

Cork salad king Rocketman will host a food area at the Bonded Warehouse which will include Cork food, food trails and special dining experiences.

The Glucksman will present a week long exhibition of the mesmerising seascapes of renowned Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto. The exhibition will take place in one of the interior chambers of the historic observatory on the UCC Campus, evoking the connection between tide and moon, sea and stars.

A screening of Matthew Ritchie’s ‘Monstrance’, which is scored by Bryce Dessner and features Shara Worden (My Brightest Diamond).

‘Sail to Sirius’ – Saturday 19 September. A vessel will leave Port of Cork with 40 souls, bound for Sirius Arts Centre in Cobh. On board, the seafarers will be treated to a live performance by Landless before alighting at Sirius for lunch on the venue’s veranda, overlooking Cork Harbour. This will be followed with a double billed performance by Rainwear and Sirius Arts Centre’s artist in residence Nad Spiro.

Cork’s own Alex Petcu-Colan will present a percussion programme in CIT School of Music’s Curtis Auditorium with a programme entitled WoodMetalWater with the Bangers and Crash Percussion group.

Craig Carry of Fractured Air is teaming up with Filter Cafe for an exhibition of work created in response to the festival programme.

Cork Concert Orchestra and the Lords of Strut will also play over the weekend.

Some shows are free, some are ticketed and you can buy a ticket for all shows all at the Ticket section.

Check out the Fractured Air mix to coincide with the news:

A Safe Harbour Vol. 2 [A Fractured Air Mix] by Fractured_Air on Mixcloud

Posted on July 20th, 2015


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Update: Clu have just been added to the lineup for a DJ set after their big performance at Body&Soul this past weekend.

Block T are celebrating five years of being cool boys and girls who facilitate creative, artistic and performing arts through their space and organisation. I put on a couple of gigs with them last year and they were lots of fun.

Their fifth year celebration is called Sensorium and it happens on all-day Saturday July 4th at District 8 / the Tivoli on Francis Street in collaboration with myself, Archetype and Ensemble. It’s also a fundraiser for Block-T.

The lineup features a host acts and DJs including:

I Am The Cosmos
Trinity Orchestra
Rusangano Family
Attention Bebe
Donal Dineen
Benny Smiles
and more…

There will be visuals by Slipdraft, The Light Fantastic, and Glow Depot with food and more. Tickets start at €17.50.

Edit: Huxley, Ed Davenport, Voisky and Gavin Phil Junior were originally on the bill but are no longer.

Posted on June 25th, 2015


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Bodytonic and Hidden Agenda just threw a spanner in the works for your August bank holiday plans with the reveal of The BeatYard happening in Dun Laoghaire Harbour on August 1st and 2nd.

Music guests include:

Sister Sledge, Lindstrom, Four Tet, Neneh Cherry, Madlib, I Am The Cosmos, Public Service Broadcasting, Barrington Levy, Horse Meat Disco, Midnight Magic, Embrz, RiZA, Craig Charles, DJ Marky, Telephones, Optimo vs. Eamon Harkin (Mister Saturday Night), Sim Simma and more.

There are also a whole lot of food and drink options like 3FE Barista Jam, Big Blue Bus, Teddy’s ice Cream (naturally), Angel Churros, Staple Foods, Suhas Falafel, Brewtonic Beer Hall and Wine-yl Ville.

There’s also Graffiti, The Gamesyard with The Back R.A.G.E and Pinball Parlour; Dub City Sneaks (Dublin’s first sneaker fair), vinyl records, crazy golf and more.

Looks ridiculous.

Early bird tickets are €49+ on sale for the weekend or €29+ per day.

Posted on May 28th, 2015


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The Nialler9 TXFM show airs every Thursday night at 10pm for two hours. You can listen live on 105.2FM, online, the TXFM app or if you missed it, on the listen back function on the site, as per below. The show starts six minutes in, right after the news in each hour.

For the first time, I had guests on the show last night. Clu joined by in hour two to talk about their upcoming Fringe show on Saturday night.


  1. The 2 Bears  – ‘Not This Time’
  2. Theophilus London –  ‘Tribe’ (feat. Jesse Boykins III)
  3. Flying Lotus  – ‘Never Catch Me’ (feat. Kendrick Lamar)
  4. SBTRKT  – ‘Higher’ (feat. Raury)
  5. Au Revoir Simone –  ‘Love You Don’t Know Me’ (I Am The Cosmos Remix)
  6. TV on the Radio –  ‘Happy Idiot’
  7. My Brightest Diamond  – ‘Lover Killer’
  8. Mansionair –  ‘Hold Me Down’
  9. Anna of the North – ‘Sway’
  10. letthemusicplay  – ‘Our Town’ (Joe Goddard Dub) [feat. Kate Tempest]
  11. Dimman –  ‘SIGMAL’
  12. Real Lies –  ‘North Circular’


  1. Clu  – ‘Zenith’
  2. *Interview with Clu* (Clu –  ‘Mirrors’  in background)
  3. Clu –  ‘Odds 4’
  4. Objekt –  ‘Ganzfeld’ (Clu’s new music pick)
  5. Weval –  ‘Detian’
  6. Les Sins –  ‘Bother’
  7. Aphex Twin –  ‘minipops 67’ [120.2][source field mix]
  8. QT  – ‘Hey QT’

Clu interview

Posted on September 12th, 2014


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Tuesday September 9

  • Maud In Cahoots – The Well Rested Terrorist @ Peacock Stage, Abbey Theatre (€11-€16 until Saturday)
    [Fringe Festival]  “This concert / play explores the line between fear and action, desire and fulfilment, fame and infamy.”

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Sunday September 14

  • Smithfield Market Square @ The Generator, Smithfield (Free, Noon)
    [Market] With live bands from 2pm and more. Louisiana 6 Skiffle Band, Miss Truly Band and Revolver DJs.
  • Guinness Amplify @ venues around Leinster
    [Pub gigs]  See guinnessamplify.com for full listings.
  • We Were Promised Jetpacks @ Whelan’s (€15)
    [Indie/post-punk] Glasgow band return with their third album.
  • Otherkin, Color/Sound @ Whelan’s Upstairs (€5)
    [Indie/rock] As part of AMA Emerging Tour 2014
  • Deep Aerobics @ Meeting House Square (€16)
    [Fringe Festival] The warmup for The Knife returns for a solo show. New York-based choreographer Miguel Gutierrez

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Monday September 15

  • Life Has Surface Noise @ Project Arts Centre (€14)
    [Fringe Festival]  Siobhán Kane explore our obsession with music and why some records remain dear to us throughout our lives. With broadcaster and writer John Kelly, music enthusiasts Peter Toomey and Daragh O’Halloran, award-winning writer Kevin Barry and some surprise guests.

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Posted on September 9th, 2014


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Au Revoir Simone have a remix album of their fourth album Move in Spectrums, simply entitled Spectrums out next week via Moshi Moshi.

Included in the remixers are Jack Savidge (Friendly Fires), NZCA/Lines, White Collar Boy, Clock Opera, The Shoes and this superb electronic disco rework from Dublin’s Ross Turner and Cian Murphy as I Am The Cosmos.

I Am The Cosmos play live with Dancing Suns in Meeting House Square as part of the Fringe Festival on Wednesday September 10th.

Posted on August 18th, 2014

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Longitude Festival is fast approaching this weekend in Marlay Park and while you already probably know the big draws you’re going to see whether it’s Haim, Disclosure, Ben Howard, Massive Attack, Rudimental, Hozier or Chvrches, like last year, here are my recommendations for five acts per day to see that are lesser known but equally worthy of making your festival.

There’s also a Spotify playlist of Longitude artists at the end of the post along with the site map and a timetable.

You can catch me DJing at the TXFM stage on Sunday night alongside Kelly-Anne Byrne and Claire Beck. My show on TXFM on Thursday night at 10pm will be a Longitude special too.

Friday | Saturday | Sunday | Spotify playlist & timetable


1. Lasertom


Red Bull Music Academy Stage, 3:15pm

When not rocking some sweet electronic funk with his partner in Ships, Simon Cullen delves headlong into elongated gilded space-disco. Last year’s Drift album collated his cosmic grooves into one place and live, recently at Body & Soul, Cullen had pushed the shapes of the songs into more hypnotic synth-laden structures.

2. Snakehips


Heineken Stage, 4pm

From recent collaborations with Sinead Harnett to George Maple, London production duo have shown they have the chops to make head-nodding sunshine summer jams, halfway between R&B and electronic.

3. I Am The Cosmos


Red Bull Music Academy Stage, 15.45pm

Monochrome is one of my favourite albums of the last five years and that’s reason enough to recommend the Dublin pair. Ross Turner and Cian Murphy’s moody disco is infused with the brittle beauty of warm synthesizers of the past. Live, they expand, with members Rian Trench and Glen Keating into a propulsive and sophisticated live electronic band.

4. Krystal Klear


Heineken Stage, 6.15pm

The Irish-born Manchester based DJ and producer has moved from electronic disco into deeper dancefloor weapons on his own label Cold Tonic in recent months and the sound really suits him, particularly when a tune as epic as ‘Squad’ is in his record bag. I would go for this song alone.

5. John Talabot


Heineken Stage, 7:30pm

The Catalan producer’s 2012 album fin brought him international acclaim but he’s mostly spent the last two years DJing around the world since then with the exception of a handful of live shows. Listen to his three-hour set from the Button Factory last December for an idea.

Also recommended on Friday:

Bonobo, Samaris, Parquet Courts, Shane Linehan.

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Posted on July 16th, 2014


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I have some thoughts about Record Store Day, the annual celebration of independent music shops taking place around the world on Saturday. But before that, here’s a roundup of Irish activity. If there’s anything to add, leave a comment below. Photo from Failte Ireland.

First up, a full list of records stores participating in Ireland and the list of special releases available worldwide which includes releases from Disclosure, Cut Copy, Little Dragon, Parquet Courts, Chvrches, Devo, Conor Oberst, Haim, Chromeo and Villagers.


Elastic Witch closing party @ Twisted Pepper, Abbey Street (3pm)

15.30 Lisa O’Neill
16.15 Squarehead
17.00 David Kitt DJ
18.00 Skinny Wolves DJ
19.00 Girls Names
19.45 Skinny Wolves DJs
20.15 Twinkranes
21.15 Jape
22.00 Diamond Dagger
22.45 Elastic Witch DJs
23.15 I Am The Cosmos
12.00 to 01.00 Platimumray DJ
01.00 to 02.00 Kenny Hanlon DJ
02.00 to close Forza Italo DJs

Free in til 8pm. Shop open at 11am.

Record Store Day Party @ Tower Records, Dawson Street

1pm Join Me In The Pines
2pm Lucius
3pm SOAK
4pm Conor O’Brien
5pm Little Matador
6pm Lisa Hannigan

Food stalls and TXFM live broadcast.
(RSD Releases also in Eason’s, O’Connell Street) – 8am – all-day

Record Store Gay @ Outhouse, Capel Street

Kate’s Party, I Heart The Monster Hero, Patrick Kelleher, French Bird, The Late David Turpin, Gar Cox, Sleep Thieves, Lo Fires and many more. 12 – 6pm.

A celebration of diversity, mini music festival, poster exhibition and pop up music shop for International Record Store Day Saturday April 19th in aid of OUTHOUSE LGBT Community Resource Centre. A compilation of covers by the bands below for RSG will be available in Outhouse and local Record Shops. The mini music festival will continue later at PantiBar from 6pm – 10:30 on Capel St. Donations will be accepted towards Outhouse LGBT Community Resource Centre.

Schedule for Saturday:
12.30-Biggles Flys Again
1pm-Stephen Quinn (cafe)
2pm-Villagers (cafe)
2.30-Exploing Eyes
3pm-Gar Cox (cafe)
3.30-Hot Colossus
4pm-Lofires (cafe)
4.30-The Late David Turpin
5pm-Darren Yorke (cafe)
5.30-French Bird

At Pantibar:
7.15-Kate’s Party
8.45-Slap & Tickle
9.30-I Heart The Monster Hero
10pm The Panti Show


All-City Records RSD instore(Free)

All City DJs plus special guest in the shop.

Wingnut Records celebration @ Bello Bar, Portobello (9pm, €6)

No Spill Blood, The River Fane, Bouts and Bitch Falcon.
Gig to celebrate Wingnut’s latest shop in Musicmaker Dublin on Exchequer Street.

Tower presents Empire Records @ Lighthouse Cinema (10:30pm)

Arrive early in your best, grungiest gear for some ’90s themed-fun from 9pm on the night followed by a screening of Empire Records at 10:30pm.

The R.A.G.E./Record Spot

-9am opening
– 20% off all vinyl
– a record player to be given away for free to a random customer, every hour
– €200 worth of vouchers to be given out

Performing on Fade St:
10am – Dennis Cassidy Yacht Rock DJ Set – (Record Spot)
11am – DJ Ragharry – (Mixtapes From the Underground)
1pm – The Statics
2pm – Come on Live Long
3pm – Luke B. – MPC Set
4pm – Ben Bix & Feather
5pm – DJ Louis Scully (Discotekken)
6pm – DJ James Keating Set (Hip Drop)
7pm – DJ Liam Maher (Twin Dublin/Watermelon)


Sound Cellar
Spindizzy Records
Freebird Records


BBC Across the Line has you covered.


We Play Here zine launch/Weekender. Zine info.

Saturday @ Gulpd:
– Twin Lights // 7:30pm – 8:15pm
– Nativizm // 8:15pm – 9pm(ish)!
– Keep On Jumpin’//9:00pm(ish)

Record Store Day April 19:@ the TDC (Doors 9pm):
– The Shaker Hymn
– Paddy Hanna
– The Great Balloon Race

On Sunday, April 20, We Play Here presents:
– Croupier
– Carried By Waves
– The Careers

Tickets from €6 or €10 with a copy of We Play Here 2.
Weekend ticket €8 or €12 w/ WPH2

MDR label celebration @ The Pavilion (9pm, Free)

Meltybrains? + Band of Clouds. Free compilation CD for the first 50 attendees.


Instore @ Wingnut, Bell, Book & Candle on Sea Road @ 4.30pm.

Mynameisj0hn + God playing live.


Instore @ Wingnut Moviedrome, Henry St @ 2pm.

Windings, Fox Jaw, Mynameisj0hn + God playing live.


Rollercoaster Records

Instores with Kingston, Frankenstein Bolts and more.


Hive Gallery & Studios


Ben O’Neills 64 O’Connell Street, Dungarvan

Mellow Yellow Original Dansette vinyl playback. 6 Dozen customer made Vinyl topped cupcakes. Also – Gig sa Tigh @ Bainnlann.

Posted on April 17th, 2014


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