Indie outfit launch their latest EP.
Fun-loving, alliterative electro man heads to Belfast.
Cheeky chappy Mr Bojangles with a spring in his step and a song in his heart. All the mums love him.
Former flavour of the week hopes you still like the taste.
Belgian producer hits up Movements this week.
Slinky electro-pop duo have the music world abuzz and a breathtakingly simple name, plus a few tunes – that never hurt anyone.
‘Pompeii’ chart-toppers are also playing Trinity Ball.
Acoustic pop act based in London, not to be confused with the Protestant missionary of the same name. He had an impressive beard and was big in China, they don’t and aren’t.
Making one-man bands look perverse and lonesome since, well, last year when they were famous for a few seconds.
Like a seven-year-old who can do infinite keepy-uppys or burp the alphabet, its Cork pop band Young Wonder.
UK dubstep on Middle Abbey St.
Coming atcha like a ‘Sunburn’-era Muse, it’s Tom Odell and the ignominy he carries as the winner of the Brits critics choice award.
Well, at least he did better things to ‘I Follow Rivers’ than Glee. That’s something, right?
Cork producer, not a temperamental, heavy-set golfer.
Soulful electronica out west.
Sounds like a wrestling tag-team, and a poor one at that.
Two sold-out dates for Ellie during her Halcyon days.
Mr Ford begins touring in support of Charge.
Irish-American folk veterans spend the night on Wexford St.
Tiny ruins, like when when a younger you got all pissy and smashed the Lego city you and your family had spent the day building.