Friday, May 24, 2019

Some of the world’s biggest acts to hit Ireland this Summer in new festival

An exciting new 80's festival, Forever Young, will be taking concert goers to the pleasure dome this July. Ireland's...

From the shadows: Jamie Adam’s Melodic Electronic unveiling

Sometimes, some of the very best pieces of music never see the light of day. This was very nearly the case with...

Dublin’s Pillow Queens of the Pop Rock scene continue to rise

We're still, in all probability the best part of a year short of the debut album from Dublin four-piece Pillow Queens.

Unique Furey’s folk-rock is in focus on Fire and Gold

Flying under the radar for much of a career that’s grown from pub shows to international tours, Davie Furey’s brand of distinctly...

New station promises a push of our own homegrown artists

Irish musicians are arguably as successful today as they’ve ever been. Hozier recently topped the Billboard Top 100 in...

New venue on former site of Lillie’s to focus on Irish live scene

These days, the development of a new live music venue in Dublin seems to be an increasingly rare thing.

Feeling the music

‘A ZERO COMMITMENT CHOIR’ is the tagline that’s fuelled the rise of a quirk of the Irish music scene, the wonderfully boisterous ‘Sing Along...

The Lee Harveys: Dublin-based band protest Punk

As their might suggest, Dublin punks The Lee Harveys - made up of musicians who have been hanging around the Irish punk...

Moving On: David Gray steps out of his shadow

David Gray's 1998 album White Ladder – a whopping seven-million seller that features smash hits Babylon, Sail Away, and This Year’s Love...

Top Irish acts come together for free gig in Button Factory this Tuesday

Two of Ireland's hottest upcoming acts will take to the stage at the Button Factory for a free gig on Tuesday, March...

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