Reviews

Bruno Mars At 3Arena – Review

Bruno Mars At 3Arena – Review

Peter Hernandez is one of pop’s current A-listers that have a timeless formula once that would have enjoyed as much acclaim in the late 70s or 80s as it

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Snarky Puppy At Vicar Street – Review

Snarky Puppy At Vicar Street – Review

If any one band are at the forefront of modern jazz, it’s surely Texan supergroup Snarky Puppy. The band have done nothing but push the boundaries of genre and

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The Phil Ware Trio At JJ Smyth’s – Review

The Phil Ware Trio At JJ Smyth’s – Review

For any fan of jazz in this country, one place is surely the Mecca of the genre, and it is located in an unassuming bar on Aungier Street. The place

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Kasabian At Olympia Theatre – Review & Photos

Kasabian At Olympia Theatre – Review & Photos

The UK indie boom of the mid-00’s may have seemed exciting at the time, with a number of rock band’s dominating the charts and radio playlists, but a

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Ed Sheeran At 3Arena – Photos & Review

Ed Sheeran At 3Arena – Photos & Review

Back after a one year hiatus, the return of Ed Sheeran has been the pop music story of 2017 so far with the release of third album Divide seeing the

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Little Hours At The Smock Alley Theatre – Review

Little Hours At The Smock Alley Theatre – Review

Having done extensive ground work since arriving onto the Irish music scene in 2014 with their self-released debut EP, 2016 has gotten off to a fine start for Donegal's own

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Olly Murs At The 3 Arena – Review & Photos

Olly Murs At The 3 Arena – Review & Photos

In the eight years since Olly Murs first stepped out onto that X Factor stage, he has surpassed the expectant shelf-life of such talent grabbing reality shows and proven that

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Dermot Kennedy At The Sugar Club – Review

Dermot Kennedy At The Sugar Club – Review

In the modern quick-fire success culture, the idea of an artist growing, refining their sound and developing their art at their own pace almost seems like a quaint throwback to

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