Stereophonics | Odyssey, Belfast (6:30pm, 11th November)/O2, Dublin (6:30pm, 12th November) | £35.50-38/€42.05
Meat and potatoes rock from the Welsh valleys.
Pere Ubu | Pavilion, Cork (9pm, 13th November) | €20
The rust belt’s arch experimental rockers in deepest Cork.
Night of the Machines V | Sugar Club, Dublin (8pm, 13th November) | €10
Synth indulgence and synth documentary screenings.
Dublin Laptop Orchestra | Kevin Barry Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin (8:30pm, 13th November) | €5-10
Folk and iPads. No, but seriously, some real forward thought on show at the NCH.
FKJ | Button Factory, Dublin (11pm, 13th November) | €6-8
French Kiwi Juice, this week’s Movements headliner.
Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde | Pavilion, Cork (9pm, 13th November)/Sugar Club, Dublin (7:30pm, 15th November) | €22.50/€23
Hip-hop veterans return to play Bizarre Ride II in full.
Frightened Rabbit | Olympia, Dublin (7pm, 14th November)/Mandela Hall, Belfast (8pm, 15th November) | €22/£16
Heart-on-sleeve Scots hit the capitals with their gentle anthemics.
Badbadnotgood | Sugar Club, Dublin (8pm, 14th November) | €10
Torontonian genre-blenders jazz up the Leeson St venue.
Liza Flume | Workman’s Club, Dublin (8pm, 14th November) | €10
Fragile acoustic confessionals from the Dublin-based Australian.
Disclosure | Black Box, Galway (8pm, 14th November)/Olympia, Dublin (8pm, 15th November) | SOLD OUT
Crossover house duo do some free gigs for Heineken.
Rustie | Twisted Pepper, Dublin (10:30pm, 15th November) | €12-15
The audio equivalent of Edward Norton stomping your head into the curb, but a bit less racist.
Aeroplane | Pavilion, Cork (11pm, 15th November) / Mother, Copper Alley, Dublin (10:30pm, 16th November) | €12-15/€10-12
Prolific disco remixer comes over to get the people going.
Brawther | Cyprus Avenue, Cork (11pm, 15th November) | €12
French house courtesy of the Balance signee.
Public Service Broadcasting | Stiff Kitten, Belfast (8pm, 15th November)/Button Factory, Dublin (7:30pm, 16th November) | £11.25/€12
The jauntily named J. Willgoose, Esq returns with his musical reworkings of old propaganda.
Sigur Rós | O2, Dublin (6:30pm, 16th November) | €40
Kveikur trio sure to extract a few tears with their gobbledigook post-rock.
The Orb | Button Factory, Dublin (11pm, 16th November) | €23
Seminal ambient house duo relive their first two albums.
Oscar Mulero, Genius of Time | Twisted Pepper, Dublin (10:30pm, 16th November) | €12-15
An evening of techno and DnB just north of the river.
Ane Brun | Vicar St, Dublin (8:30pm, 16th November) | €22
Premier Norwrgian folk singer peddles her Rarities collection.
Le Galaxie, Funeral Suits, Daithí | Workman’s Club, Dublin (8pm, 16th November) | SOLD OUT
The First Music Contact tour – and its impressive line-up – finishes up in Dublin.
Queens of the Stone Age | O2, Dublin (7:30pm, 17th November) | €39.05
Lads, it’s Queens of the motherfucking Stone Age.
Julia Holter | Unitarian Church, Dublin (8pm, 17th November) | €18.50
American singer-songwriter with a heavy electronic bent.
They Might Be Giants | The Limelight, Belfast (8pm, 17th November) | £22
Beloved American alt rockers come to Belfast before hitting Dublin the day after.