Saint Pepsi has an EU tour upcoming. Robert DeRobertis will trail his debut album with gigs all over Europe including Whelan’s, Dublin on December 17th. Here’s his new video for ‘Fall Harder’:
As part of the Whelan’s 25th anniversary series of gigs, Cathy Davey and We Cut Corners will play a show in the venue on Tuesday December 2nd. Tickets go on sale tomorrow priced at €15.
DFF who are Dave Flynn (Clare Memory Orchestra) Vyvienne Long (cellist) and Niwel Tsumbu (guitarist), as well as Aidan Dunphy, Cion O’Callaghan, Dan Bodwell, and Ciarán Swift are an eclectic group of musicians who cross lines between jazz, trad, funk, folk African, and classical music. They’ll play a show in Whelan’s on Sunday December 7th.
They’ll also be joined by Neil O Loghlen (of Ensemble Ériu) on the night. Here’s their latest puppet-featuring video:
Little Comets play The Workman’s Club on Saturday February 28th. Tickets €15 inclusive of booking fee on sale now. They’ve a new album on the way:
A Place To Bury Strangers play The Workmans Club, Dublin (Tuesday March 31st – €15 plus fees on sale 10am tomorrow) as well as Voodoo, Belfast the next night, April 1st. New album Transfixiation is due in February. Tickets €15 go on sale tomorrow morning at 10am from Ticketmaster.
Indie band Peace, who are “insert title of the song below”, play Whelan’s, Dublin (Friday March 20th – €16.35 plus fees) and Empire Music Hall, Belfast (Thursday 19th March – £13.50 plus fees ). Tickets available from Ticketmaster tomorrow morning.
Aiken are bringing Two Gallants to Dublin for a show in The Workman’s Club on February 19th. Tickets priced €18.50 plus fee on sale Friday @ 9am from TM.