Some gigs announced this past week:
Simonetti Horror Project aka Claudio Simonetti of Goblin & band will perform the horror movie scores of Suspiria,Goblin, Profondo Rosso, Tenebre, Dawn of the Dead ,Creepers,Rollers,Hallow’een & more on Wednesday August 14th in Button Factory. Support from School Tour and DJ/VJ Stefano ‘Giallo’ Galvino. Tickets are available now.
Cillian McDonnell and Una Mullally’s OneTwoOneTwo Music Documentary Festival is back for a second year from October 3rd to 6th in the Lighthouse Cinema and it will be showing Mistaken For Strangers, a documentary by the brother of The National’s Matt Berninger about the band as the opening film. It looks great. Tickets are on sale for that.
Annie Mac Presents is back in town on Saturday November 30th in The Academy. Joining Annie will be Cyril Hahn, Duke Dumont feat. Mnek and more to be announced. Tickets €27.90 plus fees on sale now through Ticketmaster.
Harmonic presents Baths @ Button Factory on Wednesday November 27th. Tickets €16.50 plus fees on sale now from Tickets.ie, Ticketmaster.ie & outlets nationwide.
Movements presents a Majestic Casual favourite Henry Krinkle on Friday August 23rd in Button Factory. support comes from Kobina and resident DJs. Tickets €8 or €6 for the cheaplist. Gig starts at 11pm.
MCD have announced Frightened Rabbit for a gig in Olympia Theatre on Thursday November 14th. Tickets on sale tomorrow at 9am priced at €22 plus fees.
POD are bringing Neon Neon back to Dublin after their recent Forbidden Fruit appearance. This one takes place on Thursday September 12th in the Button Factory. Tickets €16.30 plus fees on sale now.
They’ll also be bringing Delorean to the Button Factory on Saturday September 7th. Tickets €15 plus fees.
Lady Lamb The Beekeeper, who featured here recently is lined up for a gig in The Sugar Club on Wednesday October 16th. Tickets €12.50 on sale from Ticketmaster.
Norwegian band Honningbarna play Whelan’s Upstairs on Saturday September 21st. They rock. Tickets are €10.
Finally, there’s a new night happening in Damson Diner every month called Damn Son!, a free disco and house night starting Friday August 23rd run by Gianni with DJs Lil Dave and Niall D’arcy joining him. it kicks off at 11pm. Poster:
Niall Byrne is the founder of the most-influential Irish music site Nialler9, where he has been writing about music since 2005 . He is the cohost of the Nialler9 Podcast and has written for the Irish Times, Irish Independent, Cara Magazine, Sunday Times, Totally Dublin, Red Bull and more. Niall is a DJ, founder of Lumo Club, event curator and producer of gigs, parties & events.