Former Smiths/Modest Mouse/Cribs legend trots out The Messenger.
70s folkie with a kick-ass website. Such tasteful use of Comic Sans.
Former grime staple, now a house producer and the latest to headline Movements this year.
Dublin metallers launch their debut album.
Sweet Americana band from Dublin prepare for The Little Battle.
‘Mon the Biffy, etc, etc.
Put some chocolate sauce on your Holy Thursday with Meltybrains? and the rest of this line-up assembled by Junior Spesh.
The All Hail Bright Futures quartet round out their Irish tour out west.
Barn Dance VI | Location unknown (buses departing from Dublin from 2-6pm, 29th March) | €50 from box office (located at Canal Road, Ranelagh, Dublin)/€53 online
Chicago siblings bring their eclectic brand of pop to Irish shores for the first time.
It took me at least 10 seconds to scroll through numerous Axis of Awesome links before I found an Axis Of video. Recently featured in our New Noise column, Axis Of will be launching Finding St Kilda in Belfast this Saturday.
Reformed ska veterans fit a trip to the capital in between performances at the Tramore Ska Festival in Waterford.
Manchester house producer heads to Belfast as part of his UK tour.
On the second day, Jesus was awoken by D’Angelo. He didn’t bother rolling back the stone and telling everyone He had risen until the next day though, because Voodoo will go hard for evermore and you don’t fuck with that shit. Also, house producer Morgan Geist is going to guide the Pepper through to Easter Sunday morning.
Iranian techno producer in the Rebel County.
It’s a slow week.
Alt-country starlet hates Dexys.
Former pirate radio DJ is on hand to man the mixer.
San Franciscan electronic label puts on a bit of a showcase this Easter.