Jack Colleran has stepped up his game in the last six months with a live MMoths show (plug: catch him at Nialler9 presents with Young Wonder & Adultrock and myself in The Pavilion, Cork on February 15th) and recent UK tour support with a little known band called the xx. On his upcoming Diaries EP, his music has taken a turn to a more expansive sound, emboldened by recent touring experiences and the band. The dynamics of ‘All These Things’ are striking from the off, the track is less somnambulist than previous material and Holly Miranda provides expressive vocals that suit the ethereal booming instrumentation. As a fellow Newbridge man, it’s good to see a local boy do so well but as a fan of music, I’m more excited about what the future brings MMOTHS.
- Body&Soul Announces Wonderlust Stage: Goldie, Anderson, Anna B Savage, Ye Vagabonds & more
- Mitski to kick off Irish tour in Dublin
- Play piano like Nils Frahm with his new sheet music book
- The Beatyard add Boney M, Jape & Rubberbandits
- Interlude Festival announce day-by-day breakdown
- Galway International Arts Festival: Villagers, Dan Deacon, BellX1, Pleasure Beach, Optimo, Suede & more
- The Nialler9 Dublin Gig Guide // May 24 – 30
- Life Festival release stage times & site map
- Boiler Room returns to Dublin on June Bank Holiday Monday
- Stage times for Forbidden Fruit announced
Upcoming Nialler9 Events
Saturday May 21st
Join Nialler9, Gav Elsted and Simon Roche for a new monthly club night of eclectic selections across genres. Electronic to classic pop to italo to indie and beyond.