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Highlights: Brockhampton, GZA, JFDR, Abba Sing Along Social, Lumo Club, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever & more.
Bell X1 will close their to Bandiversary year with two gigs at National Concert Hall on Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th November this year. The band will play a selection of music from their catalogue and will be joined by Dowry (Éna Brennan) who will provide string accompaniment. The band sold out a five-night run… Read more »
Andrea & Niall still have Abba fever.
Highlights: Ariel Pink, Optimo, Another Love Story, Elizabeth Moen, Eats Everything, Red Light Records, A Hawk & A Hacksaw.
Andrea & Niall discuss All Together Now, Robyn, AFX, Kate Bush, Dublin’s creative class and Cher drops by…
The August Bank Holiday has become a big weekend for Irish music festivals in the last 15 years. Castlepalooza and Indiependence had it to themselves for a while until Beatyard moved in several years ago. This year, All Together Now, Pod’s new festival added to the choice for punters. Of all of the above, All… Read more »
Highlights: Art School Girlfriend, We’ve Only Just Begun, The Murder Capital, Spies, Boots & Kats present Yurt City, Telephones.
‘T69 Collapse’ is the first track featuring a video by Weirdcore.
Skream has announced a ‘Open To Close’ UK & European tour to take place in the Autumn that will hit Glasgow, Warehouse Project in Manchester, Dublin, Turin and Barcelona. The dates will see the house and techno DJ play for the entire night and the Dublin date happens at District 8 on December 7th. Tickets… Read more »
The best of July featuring Lizzo, Parquet Courts, The Internet, Blood Orange, Maggie Rogers, Off The Meds & more.
This past weekend was one of the busiest in Ireland for music festivals with Castlepalooza, Indiependence, Beatyard and All Together Now (more on that later) happening across the whole weekend. So bizarrely, Electric Picnic decided the time when a lot of their audience was maybe off to another festival or going on a long weekend… Read more »
Ahead of his appearance at All Together Now Festival this weekend.
Nialler9’s favourite releases of the year to date from Black Panther to Let’s Eat Grandma to Snail Mail.
Other Voices returns to Electric Picnic and the artists heading their way to perform for the cameras and crowds include Gwenno, David Kitt, Soak, Halo Maud and more. Huw Stephens (BBC 1) and May Kay will host the lineup, some of which will feature on TV shows broadcast at a later date. The lineup is… Read more »