Other Voices‘ second episode last night featured Mumford And Sons, Saint Sister, Rejjie Snow, Margo Price and Roisin O.

Above you’ll find Rejjie Snow doing ‘Blkkst Skin’ from the show in Dingle, and below you’ll find Nialler9 favourites Saint Sister performing ‘Tin Man’.

Next week features Conor Oberst, Kojey Radical, Lisa Hannigan, Carson Mchone and Overhead The Albatross, 11:30pm Thurs 16th Febraury on RTE2.

All dates, schedule and lineup.

Posted on February 10th, 2017

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With only over two weeks to go to this year’s TV shoot and mini-festival event in Kerry, Other Voices is gearing up for a big weekend of music in Dingle. So far they’ve announced the first round of music trail of acts and the main church artists which include Lisa Hannigan, Rejjie Snow, Girl Band, Margaret Glaspy, Pixie Geldof and more, with some bigger names to be announced.

Those latter gigs take place from December 2nd to 4th in St. James’ Church. Tickets for which are allocated at random – Nialler9 is one of those places. Accommodation is already booked up in the entire town this year, so you should enter this if you have a place to crash already for the weekend, as these passes get you into the church for the TV recording on each night. Otherwise, you’ve got a fair bit of travel on your hands each night.

Enter here to win tickets before Tuesday:

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Posted on November 17th, 2016

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Other Voices have announced the bands to play the festival in Dingle this year from December 2nd to 4th in St. James’ Church.

Lisa Hannigan announced the acts in a video in which he plays a song from her new album At Swim:

The first names are:

  • Lisa Hannigan
  • Rejjie Snow
  • Girl Band
  • Margaret Glaspy
  • Pixie Geldof
  • Kojey Radical

Posted on November 3rd, 2016

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Rejjie Snow’s recent live shows at festivals this summer had a great word of mouth around them so this may be worth the buzz. The Dublin rapper is in Dublin as part of a UK and Ireland tour to play The Academy, Dublin on Saturday April 29th.

Tickets priced €16.50 +fees go on sale at 5pm today, November 3rd from Ticketmaster outlets and Ticketmaster.ie Please note this is a 16+ age show.

Here’s his new tracks ‘Pink Beetle’ and ‘D.R.U.G.S’:

Posted on November 3rd, 2016

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Friday | Saturday | Sunday | Spotify Longitude playlist | Stage Times & Map


Longitude Festival is this weekend in Marlay Park and as is customary here are the acts to highlight on your lists and timetables. 12 acts playing, 4 per day – you simply must see, according to Nialler9.


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Kelela

Friday, Heineken Stage, 17.30

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Kelela is the owner of one of my favourite voices in music. The Los Angeles singer released a great mixtape Cut 4 Me and last year’s Hallucinogen EP cemented her status with one of the best songs of the year – ‘Rewind’ (there’s a fascinating Song Exploder about it). Recent appearances on tracks from Obey City and Clams Casino add to attraction.


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Hare Squead

Friday, Heineken Stage, 14.45

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From Tallaght promise to major label deal in less than two years, and they’re just getting started. As the band’s first proper single ‘If I Ask You’ shows, Tony Konstone, Jessy Rose and E-Knock are three lads as comfortable with R&B, pop and electronica as rapping. Live, they always bring a full live-band and a party atmosphere that veers from ramshackle to varying degrees of professionalism with energy and big smiles.


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Kendrick Lamar

Friday, Main Stage, 21.15

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Since the release of last year’s To Pimp A Butterfly, King Kendrick has been on a mission to show he means business live, enlisting the likes of Anna Wise and Thundercat for his band and delivering next level performances on late-night TV and the Grammys among others.

The last time he was in Ireland, at Vicar Street, he gave us a rap show of a high calibre, this time at Longitude, I feel he’s going to show just how far he has left his former self in the dust.


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Adultrock

Friday, Red Bull Stage, 17.30

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If you like your dance music robotic but with a touch of the real, get your ears around these dancefloor cuts from Adultrock. The Push And Pull EP is the latest release: electronic music with arpeggios, tough basslines and percussive sparkle, anchored by Gavin Elsted’s vocals. Live, it’s an all-analogue affair duo performing face to face. Gerrin.



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Posted on July 13th, 2016

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Rejjie Snow’s ‘All Around The World’ might be the Dublin boy’s best track yet, an indication that he has found his sound after some time flitting between accents and names. Some industry backing has enabled Alex to rope in cameos from Johnny Depp’s daughter Lily-Rose Depp. Amir LeGrone also features. The track, produced by Cam O’bi is a grower.

Directed by Noah Lee.

Posted on July 9th, 2015

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  1. Seven Davis Jr – ‘Good Vibes’ Feat. Julio Bashmore
  2. Night Trap – ‘Someone Like You
  3. Terriers – ‘Believing The Crystal’
  4. Robyn & La Bagatelle Magique – ‘Love Is Free’ (feat. Maluca)
  5. The Chemical Brothers – ‘Under Neon Lights’
  6. Thundercat – ‘Them Changes’
  7. Dam Funk – ‘Continue’
  8. Statik Selektah feat. Action Bronson & Joey Bada$$ – ‘Beautiful Life’
  9. Rejjie Snow – ‘All Around The World’
  10. Cruising – ‘Safe Corridor’
  11. Come On Live Long – ‘Speak Up’
  12. Lianne La Havas – ‘What You Don’t Do’
  13. Cut Once – ‘Forget About the World’
  14. Only Girl – ‘Remains’
  15. Superhumanoids – ‘Anxious In Venice’
  16. Baile – ‘Down’
  17. The Radio Dept – ‘Occupied’
  18. Janet Jackson – ‘No Sleeep’
  19. Swim Good x Merival – ‘Since u asked’

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Posted on June 26th, 2015

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December was all about End of Year lists so there was still lots of music I didn’t feature on the site last month. Most of it, you’ll find below…

The 30 tracks:

  1. Tev’n  – ‘Callous Heart’
  2. Marika Hackman – ‘Cinnamon’
  3. Sunken  Foal – ‘As Hot As Fresh Milk’
  4. Chrystyne – ‘Time Is An Arrow’
  5. St. Vincent – ‘Birth In Reverse’
  6. Flying Lotus – ‘Flotus’
  7. Burial – ‘Come Down To Us’
  8. Grimes x Four Tet – ‘Human Once Again’
  9. Warpaint – ‘Biggy’
  10. Run the Jewels – ‘Pew Pew’ (feat. Q-Bert)
  11. We Cut Corners – ‘Every Thief’
  12. Major Grave – ‘Keep On’
  13. Con Vos – ‘Coast’
  14. Laura  Groves – ‘Waterfall’
  15. Gardens & Villas – ‘Bullet Train
  16. Clu – ‘Jade’
  17. French Horn Rebellion & Savoir Adore – ‘The Fire’
  18. Young Fathers – War’
  19. Njena Redd Foxx – ‘Needful Things’
  20. Py – ‘Swimming Slow’
  21. Lorde –  ‘Ribs’ (Ryan Hemsworth remix)
  22. No Monster Club – ‘Damn The Weather’
  23. Bondax – ‘Fires’ feat. Josh Record
  24. Burial – ‘Endorphin’ (Bodwan remix)
  25. Mmoths – ‘Untitled’
  26. Jape – ‘Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon’
  27. Niia – ‘Generation Blue’
  28. Graphics – ‘I Know You’re Ready’
  29. Rejjie Snow – ‘Nights Over Georgia’
  30. Disclosure – ‘January’ (Kayatranada remix)

Posted on January 3rd, 2014

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‘Black Pancakes’ is a new track from Rejjie Snow’s forthcoming mixtape coming in 2014, Dear Annie. The track is produced By Phedeee and the deliberately lo-fi video was shot by Albert Hooi & edited by Zachary Fudge. It’s a nice track, Alex Butler still sounds like he’s finding his sound though.

Posted on November 18th, 2013

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