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PET NEEDS // Manchester Academy 11/10/22

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Live Review: Moncrieff / The Quiet Man – Academy, Dublin 23.04.2022

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Live review: Squid, Falmouth, May 18th: who finer to bring us back to the live experience?

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‘Dirty Honey are up there with the best live bands I have ever seen..and I have seen a lot of bands.’ Sunday Night and a long anticipated trip to the Corp in Sheffield. Dirty Honey have sold out everywhere recently and having listened to their 2021 self titled album release I was keen to see …

Holding Up The Underground Since 1972, the Avant-garde art collective that are The Residents brought their Faceless Forever / Dog Stab tour to Dublin’s Button Factory. Decked out in their eyeball suits and masks with stunning projected visuals on to a stage backdrop it was a feast for all the senses.

Frank was in town and I was very up for this one as it was the first for me since the Christmas festivities had passed, and as I walked towards the imposing Barbican I was joined by a healthy amount of fellow giggers because tonight ladies and gentlemen, the  Barbican was pretty much sold out …

Words & Photos: David McEneaney. I grew up in the 80s with an uncle who decided at some point that it was his responsibility to make sure I had a proper musical education (thanks Gerard!). So from a very early age I was subjected to my own personally curated radio station which consisted of constant …

Lewis Capaldi returned to Dublin with his Broken by Desire to be Heavenly Sent tour, to play too a sold-out 3Arena and brought with him R&B performer RAYE. Also on the bill and tasked with opening the night was Irish singer-songwriter Lea Heart. Lea Heart Photo’s: RAYE Photo’s: Lewis Capaldi Photo’s & Set List: Forget …

Words Letty Sharpe / Photos Jordan Curtis Hughes. On the 29th of January, the pop rock band The 1975 brought the, ‘AtTheir Very Best’, tour to the 3Arena with support from Scottishsinger/songwriter Bonnie Kemplay. I knew I would be in for a show as when I started queuing up at 3, Ilearned that people had …

Words & Photos: David McEneaney. It’s sadly pretty rare to arrive at a gig these days and see that it has already filled up before the support band had even started, but considering it was Lo Moon who were the opening act it made sense that this was the case.I had only heard about them …

Starting off the evening with singer/songwriter Jesse Ahern from Boston Massachusetts and Australian Punk-Folk band The Rumjacks, they both deliver tight sets and suitably get the crowd warmed up with stand out track ‘An Irish Pub Song’ from The Rumjacks, ensuring the whole audience are singing and clapping. Next up is Pennywise who incidentally weren’t …

Welwyn Garden City’s indie-rock trio The Subways kicked off their UK tour at Leeds’ Brudenell Social Club with a high energy show in support of their fifth studio album  Uncertain Joys. Critically well-received, it’s their first album in 8 years, and you can sense the desire to get back on the road and in front …

Words: Letty Sharp // Photos: Ian Mc Donnell On the 25th of January Louisiana country star Lucinda Williams played to a sold out Vicar Street bringing along rock act L.A. Edwards to open the show. This gig was waylaid because of the pandemic and her last visit to Ireland was back in 2016. The band …