Preferable to actual needle-y vaccines, but measles are no joke, son. Get your jabs.
Rhode Island indie band and label-mates of ASIWYFA.
He may be a virtuoso with a real guitar, but he is probably still shit at Guitar Hero. Either way, Jon Gomm has most major Irish bases covered this week.
Minimalist folk from California. If you see them, contact their parents. They’re no longer mad, just worried sick and desperate for them to come home.
Parisian producer giving Ruud Gullit’s haircut a modern twist.
Polish-American DJ brings her take on Detroit techno to Dublin and commences her latest European tour.
Jazz/hip-hop singer comes to Dublin off the back of No Beginning no End.
The Congolese innovators will finally perform in Ireland for the first time, a mere 50 years in to their career.
An eclectic and experimental night of music in Stoneybatter.
For those of you with disposable income to burn and a hankering for pop divas of yesteryear, P!nk is back in Dublin for one night only.
EastEnders actor, Strictly also-ran, ex-boyfriend of Björk (I can’t even imagine that), drum ‘n’ bass veteran: Goldie is a true renaissance man.
Cork duo are also due to play Evening Songs for us next month.
British DJ with crossover potential. No relation to Charles Montgomery Burns, decrepit and forgetful billionaire tyrant with a taste for releasing hounds.
Frenchie and the in-house DJs at Epoch aim to give Galway’s revelers their money’s worth.
Dublin deep house trio head down south. The name sounds like an order. Groove, damn it! I said groove, boy!
British punk rockers and recent Incoming subjects promise moshing. Glad they’re thinking outside the box.
The bassist is currently with Lena Dunham. He probably sees her boobs more on TV than in real life. I’m just kidding. I bet he doesn’t own a TV – he probably just watches online.
Mancunian chanteuse prepares to enrapture.
Folk act from the 70s. Ask your dad, or maybe your dad’s dad.
Piano balladry but not mawkish or sentimental – a sobering end to the gigging week.