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EDTF, WHO have been described as playing “no-nonsense feel-good rock” by Musician.ie, play Monroe’s Live on Thursday May 1 at 10pm.
The bank holiday weekend is fast approaching bringing with it the St Patrick’s Day festival!
THE MINUTES have been hailed as “the greatest rock’n’roll band in Dublin” by influential UK magazine Artrocker.
Jenny Huston plays the best new indie rock, pop, and electro Monday to Thursday from 9-11pm on 2fm. She is now set to play the best known tracks from her Indie Rocks DJ set in the Velvet at the Royal Theatre on Saturday, August 4.
If Scotland’s Biffy Clyro and Twin Atlantic met Trent Reznor halfway in Cork, Time Is A Thief could well be the kind of sound they would drag kicking and screaming into the world. Despite being together for a relatively short period of time, Time Is A Thief have already played with contemporaries such as Dinosaur Pile-Up, Twin Atlantic, and Canterbury, and have learned pretty quickly how to blast out a sharp-shock of astounding hard rock.
JP13 and Limerick band Balls on Parade play in Sean Og in Athlone on Saturday October 30.
Music fans planning to catch indie-electronica favourites Halves in Kilkenny this weekend will be glad to found out they now have the chance to revel in the sensational sounds of a quartet of promising acts.
Last Saturday night saw an epic night of music come to Castlebar as the Finbar Hoban Presents series bought Ireland’s up and coming band Dirty Epics to Bar Ritz, Kicking off the night in spectacular fashion local band Orphan Alien bought their unique sound of heavy rock music, sounding at times very much like Rage Against The Machine with lead vocalist Shane Cunningham sounding very much like Zack de la Rocha. Look out for more from Orphan Alien in the future as the boys plan to play more shows around Castlebar in the future and are also heading back in to the studio to record new material in the coming months.