Recent Incoming… stars make a Dublin stop on their lengthy national tour.
In conjunction with Somewhere?, the indie band launch their latest EP.
Better known as ‘Fuck off, I don’t want to Discover Nothern Ireland, just let me watch my YouTube video in peace’.
A couple of Galway dates for the MBV soundalikes.
A full band of young males, NOT A. Gog. Another Dublin date after their Unitarian Church appearance earlier in the year.
From sheepshank to the one you do with your shoe laces, Knots know all the knots.
Another couple of dates in a fuck-off massive castle for the Astral Weeks man.
Their cover of Neil Young’s ‘Harvest Moon’ is quite something. The happiest he’s sounded since…
He might be German? Mark Moriß has a nice ring to it.
The English Jedward (pictured above). Debut album Settle is out now.
A ram’s station of choice, eh? I’d say Nova, but they might be Joe Duffy fans. All that bleeting.
The German producer hits up the Button Factory in association with Residence. His name translates as ‘dance man’ by my estimation, which is rather fitting.
Godawful one-liner, takes off shades. YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH…
Official launch for ‘Chameleon Life’, his summer anthem that falls apart mid-way through – much like the Irish summer. Fitting really.
Hard raps and conspiracy theorising on Leeson St.
Barry Murphy launches his album, Rainbow Xplode.
Some trance-y techno for your Saturday night.
The Cologne man is the latest to grace Hidden Agenda with his presence.
The soul band also support the Who the night before.