Kula Shaker At The Academy – Review

Kula Shaker At The Academy – Review

Post britpop psychedelic darlings Kula Shaker are the latest ‘nostalgia’ band in town, bringing their eastern tinged guitar pop to the confines of Dublin’s Academy. 1996 saw the release

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Zaska At The Sugar Club – Review

Zaska At The Sugar Club – Review

Funk/hip hop/soul collective Zaska are back making waves again with their new single, ‘Got To Go’, featuring the classic eight piece vibes that we fell in love with

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BARQ – Gentle Kind Of Lies

BARQ – Gentle Kind Of Lies

BARQ are a Dublin based quartet that exploded onto the Dublin scene recently with their unique blend of neo soul, Rnb and alternative rock. While the group take influence from

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September Girls At The Grand Social – Review

September Girls At The Grand Social – Review

Dublin garage pop outfit September Girls are the latest local heroes of noise pop in Ireland. Having been active since late 2011, the last year has seen them come through

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Girl Band At Vicar Street – Review

Girl Band At Vicar Street – Review

Dublin indie noise quartet Girl Band have miraculously slipped into the mainstream rock scene over the past year, and for good reason. Their high gain abstract blend of noise rock

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Beach At Whelan’s – Review

Beach At Whelan’s – Review

Psychedelic noise merchants Beach are at it again, making serious headway with cracking singles and stunning live shows. The Dublin quintet dropped a promising EP before stepping up their game

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Bill Laurance At The Sugar Club – Review

Bill Laurance At The Sugar Club – Review

London pianist Bill Laurance has spent the last year or so proving not only to be the virtuoso behind the keys with progressive hiphop fusion giants Snarky Puppy, but also

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God Is An Astronaut – Helios/Erebus – Review

God Is An Astronaut – Helios/Erebus – Review

Wicklow natives God Is An Astronaut are undeniably one of Ireland’s most formidable ambassadors of the post/noise rock scene at the moment. They've been around the block plenty,

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