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Live: The Cure, Copenhagen Review

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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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Kaiser Chiefs latest  tour is finally underway they come to Brighton to raise the roof and play to an eager crowd at Brighton Centre with Leads born front man Ricky Rickman storming through his set list as part of the ‘All Together Tour’ Kaiser Chiefs first burst onto the scene nearly 20 years ago and …

Bambie Thug brought their Dance electro pop (I’d add in a little pinch of Goth and Trap Metal here also) to Whelan’s upstairs venue to a modest crowd playing songs like P.M.P / Necromancy / Kawasaki / Headbang (their latest single) and more! They only recently played a sold out show at The Great Escape …

Rounding out a full week of seven gigs in a row, Tim Rogers with his band The Twin Set, delighted a full room at The Great Club Marrickville on Thursday night. A punishing schedule of gigs for the front man between his duties with You Am I, The Hard Ons and solo pursuits including his …

Opening the night is American Post-Hardcore band, Touché Amoré. Formed in 2007, the band consists of Jeremy Bolm (Vocals), Clayton Stevens (Guitar), Nick Steinhardt (Guitar), Tyler Kirby (Bass) and Elliot Babin (Drums). It’s a short yet tight set, with plenty of fans clearly having attended for the opening act. They end their set on their …

Words & Photos: Kate Lawlor Strolling on to the stage with a confident yet somewhat demure energy, the Chicago natives “Beach Bunny” began their set in Vicar street with emotional indie-rock love song ‘Dream Boy.’ This kicked off a steadily great set filled with a mixture of poignant, romantic and relatable indie anthems.  The rescheduled …

A trip to the iconic Leadmill venue in Sheffield for a sold out and notably first UK solo tour date for Marcus Mumford. Fresh on the back of his new album ‘Self Titled’ anticipation in the room was notable from the start. Mumford has a huge fan base and the venue could likely have sold …

By Phil Wright Chris Catalyst I must admit, I’d not heard of Chris before, but I was absolutely blown away by his stage presence, and have since found out why he was so confident up there with just the lights and his guitar…. Chris has been part of some brilliant bands over the years, The …

Words: Letty Sharp // Photos: Ian Mc Donnell On the 15th of November the Canadian indie rock band Mother Mother came to Dublin for the first time in their 17-year career. They brought their tour The Inside to the 3Olympia and it was a sold out show. The band had Kilkenny’s own Robert Grace as …

Philadelphia artist Lizzy McAlpine made her European debut in Dublin’s Button Factory on Monday the 14th of November with support on the night coming from long time collaborator Ben Kessler. Ben Kessler’s support slot was the perfect start to the evening as his style complements Lizzy’s style beautifully. Equipped with only his guitars and a …

Words: Max Falvey // Photos: Ian McDonnell On his mammoth journeyman-like tour of taking the songs of Joy Division around the globe one last time, legendary bassist Peter Hook made a stop at Dublin’s 3Olympia last Friday night for Peter Hook & The Light’s ‘Joy Division: A Celebration’. For audiences new and old, this was …