Bare In The Woods have added a host of Irish acts to the lineup for the festival taking place at Borris House in Carlow from July 6th – 7th. Last year the festival did not go ahead due to license conditions, this year it’s back with a rather varied lineup including D12 star Obie Trice and fashion guru Gokwan alongside many others. Those added to the lineup include: Super Silly JyellowL Not Monsters Heroes in Hiding My Tribe Your Tribe Cider Wasps Sun.Set.Ships Josh Gray Peco Kyle Meehan
They have also announced that there will be spoken word and Comedy at the festival.
Spoken word lineup: Truckstop Honeymoon Ri Ra Anna Mullarkey Shalalak Scene of the Rhyme David Jackson Boundless and Bare Ciaran Callan and Justin McCann Davina and The Messengers Comedy Lineup: Karl Spain Owen Colgan Farmer Michael and Kathleen For the full lineup list go to this previous post.
Weekend tickets starting at €100 are available now via
barefestival.com. Saturday tickets are also available starting from €50.
Posted on May 30th, 2018
Indiependence have added Kate Nash, Hudson Taylor and Wvyren Lingo to the line-up for the Mitchelstown festival from August 3rd to 5th.
They have also announced a new stage called Urban Village which will feature Irish hip-hop and urban artists.
The lineup for the Urban Village stage looks like this: Mango X Mathman Kojaque Tebi Rex Erica Cody Jay Ronic Outsider YP Jyellowl Shookrah Jordan Adentunji Sequence For the full lineup check out the previous post.
Tickets priced at €139 are available from
Posted on April 10th, 2018
Kildare-based alternative hip-hop duo
Tebi Rex‘s new track tells the story of the band so far and the ‘best and worst year of their lives’, following the success of previous tracks such as ‘She Hated Love Songs II’.
Welcome To The Darkest Year Of Our Adventures will be released on Saturday, January 28th.
‘Blue’ is another energetic and playful delivery with rapping that has a canny resemblance to Childish Gambino.
The EP launch takes place in
The Workman’s Club on March 10th. Tickets priced at €11+ are available now via Ticketmaster.ie.
Posted on January 25th, 2018
Tebi Rex are Matt O’Baoill and Max Zanga from Maynooth, Kildare whose styles take in pop, hip-hop and dance as part of its sound. They were introduced with the charming yet not-quite-there ‘Black Enough’.
‘Everything You Say Is A Poem’ is a more confident outing, a song that mixes low-end rap production and melodic pop sensibilities. Wavy.
Catch Tebi Rex
on Thursday at Word Up Collective #12 at Bello Bar with Super Silly, JYellowl and King David.
Posted on February 13th, 2017
Matt O’Baoill and Max Zanga are
Tebi Rex an alt hip-hop duo from Maynooth, Kildare whose styles take in pop, acoustic and dance as part of its sound.
is the lead single of the Ducks-To-Position EP which was released on Bandcamp on Sunday.
Tebi Rex are part of
the Word Up Collective, a new hip-hop collective featuring a new breed of Irish musicians whose music draws from different styles as well as rap.
‘Black Enough’, the highlight from the EP, has a dance-pop beat in common with
Hare Squead’s recent major label debut and addresses/celebrates the differences in people whatever race they are.
Posted on August 9th, 2016