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NORTHERN IRELAND is on a musical roll these days, with Two Door Cinema Club, Not Squares, and Japanese Popstars - showing that some of the best Irish bands right now are from up north.
Kilkenny band “Reko” are set to perform on Arthur’s Day after winning a top position in a national competition.
Local Kilkenny band Reko blew away the competition in Cork to take their place in a national showpiece with the chance to win a support slot with Snow Patrol.
IT HAS been one hell of year for Co Down’s Two Door Cinema Club. In just 12 months they have gone from being unknowns into a band about to release their debut album and on the cusp of big things.
Many bands explode onto the music scene with one song and often fail to reproduce the magic that helped create their success in the first place. However, Dublin band The Republic of Loose has proved time and time again that they aren’t one of these bands. And the upcoming Dysart Festival which takes place on August 9 and 10 at Dysart Castle, Thomastown presents an unmissable opportunity to catch what promises to be a energy fuelled performance.
WHEN BELFAST songwriter Peter Wilson adopted the name Duke Special some years ago it led to a transformation that truly set him apart. With his long dreadlocks, dark eyeliner, and lovelorn songs, he became the pied piper of the Irish indie music scene.
Myp Et Jeep will mark the launch of their debut album Blood Is Not Enough in Kilkenny this Saturday night, March 21 as they take to Cleere’s Theatre on Parliament Street with The Fundamentals in support.
Strange Brew - the alternative, indie, and up and coming bands’ gig and clubnight in the Róisín Dubh - will celebrate its 300th night on Thursday October 2 from 7.30pm.
Ireland’s premier party band, The LOLS, have just been added to the Kilbeggan race card in a bank holiday special this Sunday May 31.
JUST UNDER 10 years ago Lisa Hannigan drifted into the public consciousness as the otherworldly backing vocalist in Damien Rice’s band and featured prominently on Rice’s chart-topping debut album O.