Eclectic singer-songwriter from Down Under.
A call for Sub-Saharan federalisation? No, but an Italian musical hybrid set up in honour of the late Bob Marley. Dub, funk and reggae for everyone!
Swedish heavy metal in Temple Bar.
Very easy to find on the internet. John Smith is a rare beast indeed.
Scottish indie curiosity being shown off in Cork and Belfast this week.
Another Smith comes to play in Dublin, this one in support of new EP, It Only Took a War.
American techno “contained” on Middle Abbey St. This is getting tiring now, that was just poor.
Sweet British indie-pop and the latest 90s fetishists to hit these shores.
No, that’s this producers actual name. You can’t just stand behind the decks and hope no one notices, nay encourages, yo.
Troubadour in the capital this week.
Preferable to day beds, but it’s close.
90s Swedish Eurodance man rears his head this twice this week.
Long dead former Trinity philosophy professor decides the afterlife just isn’t for him and turns his hand to electronic music.
Indie starlets not going supernova anytime soon, they’re stuck in the Academy 2.
Trip-hop veterans in town for one night only.
Much tipped blues rockers from Dublin hit up Whelan’s.
Hard punks get angry in Belfast.
Floating Points keeps it grounded in the Pepper for a few hours.
Fiercely intelligent, partly ridiculous and they always have the time. NY rap legends play their only Irish date this year.