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Gigs update: London Grammar, White Denim, Shit Robot & DFA guest, Red Bull @ Electric Picnic…

Gigs update: London Grammar, White Denim, Shit Robot & DFA guest, Red Bull @ Electric Picnic…



New gigs announced in the last week..

London Grammar @ The Academy on December 3rd. Tickets €19.90 plus fees on sale now.

Red Bull are taking over the woods @ Electric Picnic with Ben Klock, xxxy, Frank B, Tu-Ki, New Jackson, Tr One, Toby Kaar, Barry Redsetta, Niall Dunne, Donal Mooney, Cillo, Con Allen, QuietDust, Boya, Bodytonic Djs, Colm K, Bop Gun, Lunar Disko and more playing. The Mindfield details have also been announced.

Shit Robot is back in town next weekend and he’s bringing a very special guest from DFA with him that’s not James Mahoney or Nancy Whang so… It’s called Recession Session 2, it’s on Thursday August 29th in the Sugar Club and will also feature Billy Scurry and Shit Robot himself. €12 in, no guestlist. See the poster:


Villagers play Vicar Street on Tuseday December 17th. Tickets on sale tomorrow priced at €25 plus fees.

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White Denim play Whelan’s on Saturday November 23rd. Tickets €18 on sale now. Guest: Syd Arthur.

The 2 Bears play The Button Factory on Saturday 28th September / Doors 11pm. Early bird tickets on sale now from Resident Advisor priced €10 (plus fees).

Some interesting music events happening at the Fringe: Le Galaxie in 3D in Meeting House Square (September 14th) and The Late David Turpin, We Belong Dead – album launch in Smock Alley Theatre (September 15th).

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