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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 …

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 …

Cork electropop sensation Lyra made her 3Olympia Dublin headline show debut! which was a sold-out show and taking up the job as support slot was Dublin’s Saibh Skelly armed with just an acoustic guitar. Saibh Skelly: Gallery. Lyra: Gallery & Set List. We Are BeautifulNever Let GoWhiteladyRabbit in the HeadlightsEmeraldMy Heart Is BeautifulMotherLoversChessLose My MindNew …

Words & Images: Max Falvey After having not donned the stage of Dublin’s 3Olympia Theatre in over 3 years, four-piece modern pop masters Wild Youth finally made their return on the 27th of October for the final show of their Irish tour, playing their way through their fantastic eternally danceable discography, with a few special …

Words: Letty Sharp // Pictures: Ian Mc Donnell On the 1st of November the Aussie act Amyl and The Sniffers gracedIrish soil for a second time this year, the first being their opening slot forGreen Day at Marley Park. This time bringing their unique brand ofchaos to the 3Olympia in Dublin. The band brought fellow …

Tove Lo’s Dirt Femme Tour kicked off with an opening date at Dublin’s 3Olympia and in support slot was American singer-songwriter Miya Folick with full band. Miya and band played for 40 minutes and got a fantastic reaction for the sold out crowd. Its a pity the stage was so crowded with instruments to fit …

Words: Rosey Hayes // Pictures: Ian Mc Donnell Admittedly, growing up I was never a fan of The Pretty Reckless. That’s not to say I disliked them in any way, just that they had somehow slipped under my radar (when Taylor Momsen’s band burst on to the scene in 2009, I was 17 and going …

Well at last Therapy? made it to Dublin for their So Much For The 30 Year Plan tour which turned into So Much For The 32 Year Plan (we all know why) but man was the wait worth it, simple answer YES! as always Therapy? played a blinding set and tore up Dublin’s 3Olympia and …

Richard Hawley brought his full band to Dublin’s 3Olympia for a sell out show with Studio Electrophonique stepping up as support. Opening the night was Sheffield’s James Leesley aka Studio Electrophonique who played a 30 minute set of 7 songs and sounding at times (to my ear) a little like David Baker. Starting his set …

Words & Photos: Kate Lawlor. Indie-rock band ‘Wolf Alice’ brought their usual charm to Dublin’s 3Olympia for yet another sold out gig on Tuesday August 30th, supported by Dundalk natives ‘Just mustard.’  Irish shoegaze masters, ‘Just Mustard,’ opened the show with their heavily instrumental setlist, accompanied by their usual dark, yet ethereal, visuals and lighting. …