Strand of Oaks at Whelan’s – Review

Strand of Oaks at Whelan’s – Review

It's fair to say that Timothy Showalter doesn't look like your average singer-songwriter. Arriving on stage dressed all in black with long hair, beard and tattoos on show, Showalter looks

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Kerbdog ‘Congregation’ album – Review

Kerbdog ‘Congregation’ album – Review

Kerbdog are back with 'Congregation'. This live album is the band's first release in 17 years and includes one brand new track, with a full album of new material expected

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Sargent House show at Button Factory feat. ASIWYFA, Mylets & more – Review

Sargent House show at Button Factory feat. ASIWYFA, Mylets & more – Review

The Premier League swung back in to action recently. For some fans this is a time when they can dream that their side will be holding aloft that slightly weird

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10 Acts you must see at Electric Picnic 2014

10 Acts you must see at Electric Picnic 2014

The big one is almost upon us. The rousing climax of the festival season. Yes, this coming weekend will see the 11th Electric Picnic gloriously spring to life in Stradbally

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Adebisi Shank ‘This is the Third Album by a Band Called Adebisi Shank’ – Review

Adebisi Shank ‘This is the Third Album by a Band Called Adebisi Shank’ – Review

This is indeed the third album by a band called Adebisi Shank and it's an album full of gleeful madness, distilled through some old circuitry and whatever else the Wexford

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SlowPlaceLikeHome ‘Romola’ album – Review

SlowPlaceLikeHome ‘Romola’ album – Review

Hailing from Ballyshannon in the south of Donegal, Keith Mannion delivers a mellow slice of atmospheric indie-dance under the guise of his SlowPlaceLikeHome alter-ego. Romola is endlessly inventive, with each

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Fia Rua ‘The Sky Went Low And The Sea Went High’ – Review

Fia Rua ‘The Sky Went Low And The Sea Went High’ – Review

Originally from Kildare, Eoghan Burke has made Galway his home and on his third album under his Fia Rua moniker, The Sky Went Low And The Sea Went High, Burke 

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Peter Hook & The Light at Leopardstown – Review

Peter Hook & The Light at Leopardstown – Review

Peter Hook has stated that his mission with his band The Light is to play every song that he has ever recorded with Joy Division, New Order, Monaco and various

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