Daughn Gibson | Whelan’s, Dublin (8pm, 25th November) | €16.50
An ominous mix of country and electronic from deep-voiced Sub Pop signee.
Thirty Seconds to Mars | O2, Dublin (6:30pm. 25th November)/Odyssey, Belfast (6:30pm, 26th November) | €39.05/£33
Jared Leto continues to pretend he’s a rock star.
Bombay Bicycle Club, SOAK | Academy, Dublin (7:30pm, 25th November)/Limelight 2 (7pm, 26th November)/Nerve Centre, Derry (8pm, 27th November)| €22.90/£20/£20
Nervous indie mainstays make their return, name still as ridiculous as ever.
Glen Hansard | Vicar St, Dublin (7pm, 25th and 26th November) | €30
Hansard finishes his current tour with a full band (i.e. the Frames), brass and strings. No Lisa O’Neill this time.
The Naked & Famous | Olympia, Dublin (7:30pm, 25th November)/Limelight, Belfast (7pm, 26th November) | €22.50-25/£22.50
They’re won’t be naked nor are they that famous, but they make some nice pop songs all the same.
The Duckworth Lewis Method | Olympia, Dublin (7pm, 27th November)/Limelight, Dublin (7pm, 28th November) | €25.40/£21
Cricket fans and pop fans, assemble! Quirky goodness from Neil Hannon and Thomas Walsh.
BATHS | Button Factory, Dublin (7:30pm, 27th November) | €16.50
Joyous, shambolic, cut-and-paste experimental electronic from Will Wiesenfield.
Klangkarussell | Button Factory, Dublin (11pm, 27th November) | €12-15
Rising Austrian dance duo comes to Temple Bar.
Bantum | Pavilion, Cork (10pm, 28th November) | FREE
The Cork-born Legion producer plays a free hometown gig.
Heathers | Cyprus Avenue, Cork (9pm, 27th November)/Academy, Dublin (7:30pm, 28th November) | €14.85/€14.50
The Macnamara sisters return for a couple of gigs before going acoustic for dates with Gavin James next week.
O Emperor | Cyprus Avenue, Cork (8pm, 28th November)/Monroe’s, Galway (8pm, 29th November)/Workman’s Club, Dublin (7:30pm, 30th November) | €14.35/Free/€15
And the Waterford indie quintet also start out on a year-ending Irish tour.
We Cut Corners | Workman’s Club, Dublin (8pm, 29th November) | €12
Choice-nominated indie duo hit the comeback trail with a new song to spread.
Huxley | Twisted Pepper, Dublin (10:30pm, 29th November) | €10-12
Garage/house producer takes on Pogo.
Mr Scruff | Button Factory, Dublin (9pm, 29th November)/Dolan’s, Limerick (9pm, 30th November) | €19.25/€14.85
Ninja Tune stalwart and electronic institution.
Electric Six | Limelight 2, Belfast (7pm, 29th November)/Academy, Dublin (7pm, 30th November) | £14.50/€20
They’re never away for long; you know the drill.
Little Green Cars | Róisín Dubh, Galway (8pm, 29th and 30th November) | €14
The harmonic indie-folk upstarts celebrate a successful year out west.
Enemies, Tvvins | Button Factory, Dublin (7:30pm, 30th November) | €5
Wicklow instrumental rockers say goodbye to their drummer, Oisin.
The Chameleons | Whelan’s, Dublin (8pm, 30th November) | €20
Mancunian post-punk footnotes reform.
Doctor Millar | Project Arts Centre, Dublin (8pm, 30th November) | €12-15
C48 songsmith plays his final Dublin date of the year.
VANN MUSIC | Cyprus Avenue, Cork (8pm, 30th November) | €9.30
The anthemic indie-electro band turn their attention southwards.
Beardyman | Sugar Club, Dublin (9pm, 30th November) | €17.50
Annie Mac, Duke Dumont, Cyril Hahn | Academy, Dublin (11pm, 30th November) | €27.90
The DJ comes home with a horde of friends in tow.
Onra, Fort Romeau | Button Factory, Dublin (11pm, 30th November) | €10
French Hip-hop producer ends the gigging week at Hidden Agenda.