Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles At The Sugar Club – Review

Cory Henry & The Funk Apostles At The Sugar Club – Review

Brooklyn Organist and pianist Cory Henry is perhaps best known for his residency with fusion supergroup Snarky Puppy. Famous for his bewilderingly fast and gospel influenced style of playing, he

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Otherkin At The Grand Social – Review

Otherkin At The Grand Social – Review

Otherkin hardly need any introductions these days do they? Quite frankly they are going from strength to strength, whether it be touring the UK or dropping the hottest rock EP

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Deerhunter At The Button Factory – Review

Deerhunter At The Button Factory – Review

Atlanta dream pop darlings Deerhunter mark a long awaited return to Dublin with an appearance at the surprising venue of the Button Factory this evening. Having dropped the sublime Fading

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Elastic Sleep at The Workman’s Club – Review

Elastic Sleep at The Workman’s Club – Review

Ireland’s dream pop and shoegazing scene is an exciting one. While there are only a handful of seemingly active bands, the quality is rather sublime. With the likes of

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The 201 EP By Otherkin – Review

The 201 EP By Otherkin – Review

Dublin rockers Otherkin have achieved an awful lot in the two years since their inception. Having started as a quirky indie band with a knack for a catchy tune, they

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This Other Kingdom At The Academy 2 – Review

This Other Kingdom At The Academy 2 – Review

Dublin’s finest psych rock band This Other Kingdom have been making quite a fuss as of late. They notably enthralled us at the newly established Reverberation festival as well

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Hard Working Class Heroes Day Three – Review

Hard Working Class Heroes Day Three – Review

With the final day of the annual Hard Working Class Heroes festival upon us, it’s hard not to feel an enormous sense of pride and admiration for all that

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Bricks And Feathers By Harry Bird And The Rubber Wellies – Album Review

Bricks And Feathers By Harry Bird And The Rubber Wellies – Album Review

Travelling folk band Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies release their third album, Bricks and Feathers, an eleven track collection of feel-good folk tunes to ramble around the world to.

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