We have tickets to a pair of tickets to be won for both Ulrich Schnauss at Button Factory and Suuns at the Grand Social (details for both shows are listed somewhere below). To be in with a chance of winning, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and stating your preferred gig by tomorrow (Tuesday, 14th May) at 6pm.
The tour is named Last at Bat. Get it? It’s ’cause he’s retiring and he had an album (or three) called Bat Out of Hell…
Who’da thunk a cricket pun would fall flat?
ASIWYFA present two nights of the Stay Golden to launch their insta-classic All Hail Bright Futures.
Old men sing a Glee song.
State and DIT have teamed up to bring you Evening Songs, with performances from Heathers, Young Wonder and Ham Sandwich, who are all set to perform with help from the UCD Choral Scholars, so expect something different and a little bit special in the rather beautiful confines of Dublin’s Christchurch Cathedral. All in aid of Temple Street Children’s Hospital. Get your tickets here.
Another band riding the wave of Irish instrumental rock is Enemies, they play in support of their new album, Embark, Embrace.
The indie-drone Canadians are still learning to spell. Tickets to be won, see above.
Don’t believe DJ Hype, he’s a terrible liar.
The two DJs continue their team-up on Middle Abbey St.
Energetic indie-pop for your Friday night.
The somewhat reclusive singer-songwriter ventures into the Galway spotlight.
London emcee will bring his boundless energy to the northern capital.
Norwegian songstress makes a return to the Workman’s after her January appearance.
Dyslexic naughty boys.
German electronic maestro, not like there’s many of those about. Tickets to be won, see above.
The band launch their second album at the quayside theatre.
The Liverpool-based expats take the Trails of the Lonely back home.
Hazy power pop from Montreal to end the gigging week.