Soil Creep performed upstairs at Whelan's on Thursday night, the second day of Ones To Watch festival.
The Dublin trio founded by Aidan Wall, a.k.a Soil Creep entertained
Seven noisy and energetic musicians filled the stage at Whelan's main venue on Thursday night. Blind Yackety, as you might know them, were one of the twelve bands that played
Hidden Highways performed at Whelan's upstairs on Thursday. They were one of the twelve bands that performed on the second day of Ones To Watch Festival.
Tim V. Smyth and
Cave Ghosts performed on Whelan's main stage on Thursday night, part of Ones To Watch Festival.
The four piece Dublin band, self described as "Cats singing sea shanties" released their
Fern Floor performed at Whelan's upstairs venue on Thursday night, the second night of Ones To Watch Festival.
Formed in 2011, Fern Floor play guitar based folk inspired tunes. They've
Twin Terrace performed in Whelan's main venue on Thursday evening. 11 other band performed on Tursday, day 2 of Ones To Watch Festival, presented by Whelan's
Twin Terrace, Gavin Redmond's