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  • Wed
    23
    Aug
    2017

    T Vital: Muse, Biffy Clyro, Nothing But Thieves, Fang Club

    Boucher Road Playing Fields

    Belfast

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    In one of the biggest Tennent's Vital bills ever, stadium space alt. rockers Muse play the Boucher Road Playing Fields on August 23. They've released seven albums so far, the most recent being 2015's Drones, and they're one of the most impressive and consistently epic live bands in the world

    Also playing are headliners in their own right, Scottish alt. rock trio Biffy Clyro, also a band who garnered huge cult fanbases from their first three albums before exploding on the fourth, having last year released their seventh album, Ellipsis.

    Opening are Nothing But Thieves and Fang Club.

    Tickets, priced at £49.50, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 4pm.

     

  • Wed
    23
    Aug
    2017

    Defeater w/Stairwells & Destriers

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Venture Presents bring Boston hardcore act Defeater to Whelan's on August 23 as part of their European tour. Featuring elements of emo & a heavy emphasis on melody, they've released four albums to date - check out 'Spared In Hell'.

    Supporting are melodic hardcore quartet Stairwells and Irish metal/hardcore act Destriers - check them out on Bandcamp.

    Tickets, priced £18, are available from WeGotTickets. Doors open at 9pm.

  • Wed
    23
    Aug
    2017

    Boris

    Limelight 2

    Dublin

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    Solid Choice Industries and Shizznigh Promotions combine forces to do Belfast folk the fine service of hosting Japanese experimental outfit Boris.

    Named after the Melvins song of the same name, they formed in 1992, releasing debut LP Absolutego in '96. Traversing the paths of noise rock, the avant-garde, metal, psychdelia, stoner metal, and occasionally pop. They release their twenty-third album, Dear, this year. The amplifier apostles' latest sees them venture back towards slower and heavy ventures, in what was initially supposed to be a constraint-free final goodbye to fans but ultimately saw them find a new sense of vitality. Here's 'Pink'.

    Doors open at 7pm as it's an early show.

  • Wed
    23
    Aug
    2017

    The Psychedelic Furs

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    Iconic post-punks The Psychedelic Furs play Belfast's Limelight 1 on August 23 as part of their reunion singles tour.

    Born out of the UK post-punk scene, as well as feeling the benefits of the '80s US college rock radio scene, the band - led by vocalist & songwriter Richard Butler - had a great number of hits over the years since their 1980 debut LP. The current lineup comprises Richard and his brother, bassist Tim Butler, as well as Rich Good on guitar, Mars Williams on sax, Amanda Kramer on keyboards & drummer Paul Garisto.

    Check out 'Pretty In Pink', their hit from their most acclaimed album, 1981's Talk Talk Talk.

    Tickets are priced £26.50, available from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Thu
    24
    Aug
    2017

    Langhorne Slim w/Malojian

    The Empire Music Hall

    Belfast

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    August 24 sees Pennsylvanian folk rock singer-songwriter Langhorne Slim play The Empire.

    Support comes from hugely talented folk outfit Malojian.

    Tickets cost £13, available from Ticketmaster.

  • Thu
    24
    Aug
    2017

    Defeater, Death of a Salesman, Apartments & January

    The Empire Music Hall

    Belfast

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    Shizznigh bring Boston hardcore act Defeater to the Empire on August 24 as part of their forthcoming European tour. Featuring emo & a heavy emphasis on melody, they've released four albums to date - check out 'Spared In Hell'.

    Supporting are metalcore band Death of a Salesman - download their music for free on Bandcamp, Leeds-Belfast-based mathy emo punk duo Apartments - listen to The Only Thing That Keeps Me Here, pop-punk/emo quartet January - check their Bandcamp.

    Tickets, priced £18, are available from WeGotTickets. Doors open at 9pm.

  • Thu
    24
    Aug
    2017

    The Psychedelic Furs

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Iconic post-punks The Psychedelic Furs play The Academy on August 24 as part of their reunion singles tour.

    Born out of the UK post-punk scene, as well as feeling the benefits of the '80s US college rock radio scene, the band - led by vocalist & songwriter Richard Butler - had a great number of hits over the years since their 1980 debut LP. The current lineup comprises Richard and his brother, bassist Tim Butler, as well as Rich Good on guitar, Mars Williams on sax, Amanda Kramer on keyboards & drummer Paul Garisto. Check out 'Pretty In Pink', their hit from their most acclaimed album, 1981's Talk Talk Talk.

    Tickets cost €30, available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Thu
    24
    Aug
    2017

    The Tearaways (feat. Clem Burke)

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Santa Barbara cult indie outfit The Tearaways play Whelan's on August 24.

    Forming back in 1981, they've put out five records in the last five years,  and are currently touring with Blondie drummer Clem Burke.

    Tickets cost €22.90 from Ticketmaster and WAV Tickets. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    24
    Aug
    2017

    Party Fears & Last Days of Elvis

    McHugh's Bar

    Belfast

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    Formed by Cookstownian Maggie Devlin, and based in Berlin, feminist punk/classic pop act Party Fears play McHugh's Basement on August 24 following the release of their debut album. Check them out on Bandcamp.

    Along with them are Berlin electronic-laced post-punk act Last Days of Elvis - check out their new album, Must Be A Mistake.

    Admission is free and doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    24
    Aug
    2017

    Soma: Silverbacks

    Upstairs @ Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Lo-fi post-punk indie rock peddlers Silverbacks play the 11th edition of SOMA, on August 24 - check out their new EP, Sink The Fat Moon.

     

    Doors open at 10pm.

  • Thu
    24
    Aug
    2017

    Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs w/Order Of The Mess

    Róisín Dubh

    Galway

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    Newcastle-upon-Tyne psych/stoner rock band Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs play Galway's Roisin Dubh on August 24 for Feast.

    They're a heady of physically moving blend of space rock, the cosmische, doom and psych - listen to their latest album, Feed The Rats, on Bandcamp.

    Support comes from Cork stoner rock duo Order of the Mess.

    Admission costs €5 and doors open at 9pm.

  • Fri
    25
    Aug
    2017

    Stiff Little Fingers 40th Anniversary w/Ruts DC

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Classic Belfast punk quartet Stiff Little Fingers play Dublin's Academy on August 25 as part of their 40th Anniversary tour.

    The band have recently released their last album in 2014, No Going Back, their first top 30 album in over twenty years. The Stiffs are best known for Inflammable Material, the seminal soundtrack to the Troubles, and the first independent album to chart in the UK. They followed this up with something of an evolution, releasing Nobody's Heroes and the criminally underrated Go For It.

    Check out 'Suspect Device' live on Ulster TV in 1978.

    Support comes from remaining members of classic reggae-influenced British punks The Ruts, Ruts DC.

    Tickets cost €25 from Ticketmaster.

  • Fri
    25
    Aug
    2017

    John Prine & Sturgill Simpson

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

     

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    Two of the finest country talents of disparate generations, Sturgill Simpson and John Prine play a show together at Vicar Street on August 25.

    Having been heralded as one of the best from the likes of Bob Dylan, Kris Kristofferson, Roger Waters, Bruce Springsteen and countless more, his eponymous debut album is in the Recording Academy's Grammy Hall of Fame. He's also one of the key members of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, with his songs being covered by Johnny Cash, Tom T. Hall, The Everly Brothers. It's not easy to argue that there's a better lyricist in all of the genre - listen to the timeless 'Your Flag Decal Won't Get You Into Heaven Anymore'.

    Sharing the bill is one of this generation's most heralded alt. country stars Sturgill Simpson, who has earned acclaim across the world for his 2016 masterpiece, A Sailor's Guide To Earth, which earned a Best Country Album Grammy, as well as a nomination for Best Album.

    Check them out live together at Grammy Pro.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Fri
    25
    Aug
    2017

    Ocean Colour Scene w/The Coral & Carl Barat

    Custom House Square

    Belfast

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    Following a sold out show last year in Belfast, English rockers Ocean Colour Scene play their 1996 album Moseley Shoals in its entirety at Custom House Square on August 25.

    The Birmingham outfit rose from the ashes of the Madchester & UK indie scene, rising to prominence after their demo tape reached the ears of Noel Gallagher, who invited them to tour with Oasis, leading ultimately to their signing with MCA Records. Undergoing lineup changes, the band have consistently released music over the last 2 decades, and last year marked the 20th anniverary of their breakthrough album, Moseley Shoals, which features their biggest hit, 'The Riverboat Song'.

    Support comes from retro Merseyside pop-rock act The Coral.

    Tickets cost £27.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6pm.

  • Fri
    25
    Aug
    2017

    Search Party Animal

    Upstairs @ Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Young Irish math-rockers Search Party Animal - taken from the ASIWYFA song of the same name - play upstairs at Whelan's on August 25.

    Having released their debut single 'Evergreen' earlier in the year, the band have an average age of 19 and have been signed to Faction Records, the same label as Jape and Vincent James McMorrow.

    Tickets are available from WAV Tickets and Ticketmaster, priced €12. Doors open at 8pm.

     

  • Fri
    25
    Aug
    2017

    Wyvern Lingo

    The Grand Social

    Dublin

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    Soulful pop trio Wyvern Lingo headline The Grand Social on August 25, following another strong year, ahead of their debut album.

    The Bray trio host this show to celebrate the release of new single 'I Love You, Sadie', taken from their debut album, and showcases an indie R'n'B style.

    Tickets cost €17.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Fri
    25
    Aug
    2017

    Bullitt x Pabst Presents: Andras, Touch Sensitive & Brien

    Bullitt Courtyard

    Belfast

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    Melbourne's Andrew Wilson, aka Andras plays a show in the Bullitt Courtyard on August 25 as part of the Bullitt x Pabst collaborative bills. He's an all-encompassing producer, who as well as being a soundtrack composer, radio host & DJ, makes tactile and imperfect electronic music, as well as playing some disco, world, library & oddball tunes. Check him out on Bandcamp.

    Support comes from local label Touch Sensitive and Brien.

    Admission is free and doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    25
    Aug
    2017

    Mistakes #06: No Monster Club, Half Forward Line & Girlfriend

    The Hut, Phibsborough

    Dublin

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    The sixth Mistakes takes place at The Hut in Phibsborough on August 25, headed by Bobby Aherne's perennial indie-pop platform  No Monster Club.  Check their extensive back catalogue here.

    Sharing the bill are the recently-formed West Irish garage rockers Half Forward Line, featuring members of So Cow & Oh Boland, as well as the excellent young emo-tinged quartet Girlfriend - check out their debut EP 3AM Rituals.

    Admission costs €7, and doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Sat
    26
    Aug
    2017

    Stiff Little Fingers 40th Anniversary w/The Stranglers, Ruts DC, The Outcasts & Terri Hooley

    Custom House Square

    Belfast

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    Classic Belfast punk quartet Stiff Little Fingers return to their hometown's Custom House Square on August 26 as part of their 40th Anniversary tour.

    The band have recently released their last album in 2014, No Going Back, their first top 30 album in over twenty years. The Stiffs are best known for Inflammable Material, the seminal soundtrack to the Troubles, and the first independent album to chart in the UK. They followed this up with something of an evolution, releasing Nobody's Heroes and the criminally underrated Go For It.

    Check out 'Suspect Device' live on Ulster TV in 1978.

    Support comes from The Stranglers, the remaining members of classic reggae-influenced British punks The Ruts, Ruts DC, SLF cohorts & Belfast punk stalwarts The Outcasts and Terri Hooley.

    Tickets cost £25 from Ticketmaster. Gates open at 6pm.

  • Sat
    26
    Aug
    2017

    Floorplan

    District 8

    Dublin

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    Subject brings Robert Hood, aka Floorplan, following his set in February at District 8, back to Dublin on August 26.

    He's a founding member of Underground Resistance with Mad Mike Banks & Jeff Mills, and is one of the founders of minimal techno.

    Tickets are available from Eventbrite. Doors open at 11pm.

  • Sat
    26
    Aug
    2017

    Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs

    DBD Venue

    Dublin

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    The new DBD Venue below the Mezz hosts a U:mack show from Newcastle-upon-Tyne psych/stoner rock band Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs on August 26.

    They're a heady of physically moving blend of space rock, the cosmische, doom and psych - listen to their latest album, Feed The Rats, on Bandcamp

    Tickets cost €10 from Tickets.ie. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Sat
    26
    Aug
    2017

    RRIC: Chirps, Junk Drawer & Eat Your Lunch

    The Grand Social

    Dublin

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    Dublin institution Retro Revival Indie Club hold the first show from seldom seen indie rockers Chirps, who are soon to release their second album, the follow-up to their 2009 debut - check out the video for 'Asleep At The Wheel/Crunch The Numbers'.

    Belfast-based instrument-swapping indie rock magpies Junk Drawer support- check out their For The Cult Fat Guy EP - and fellow quiet singer-songwriter/occasional full band project Eat Your Book.

    Doors open at 10.30pm.

  • Sat
    26
    Aug
    2017

    Sister Ghost, The False and the Fair & Chinese Newspaper

    Sin É

    Dublin

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    The Minor Fall, The Major Lift bring to Dublin's Sin É Northern Irish outfit Sister Ghost, a blistering garage/punk quartet fronted by Derry artist Shannon Delores O'Neill. Check out their debut EP, In A Spell. 

    Dublin-based The False and The Fair play - check out their eclectic, enchanting strain of psychedelic, folky-at-times esoterica - and garage-rock band Chinese Newspaper - check their Soundcloud.

    Admission is free and doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Sat
    26
    Aug
    2017

    Park After Dark Festival

    Oakland Park, Glaslough

    Monaghan

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    Glaslough Village's third annual Park After Dark takes place on August 26, having attracted over 1000 people last year. The voluntary charity festival is for the benefit of the Glasglough Development Association for community development, so funds go straight to refurbishments in the Glaslough Community Centre & Park.

    Performing at the festival are acts like Accidents In The WorkplaceCarronDaniFieldsKeith PlunkettLitehouseMegaconeMontauk HotelSun.Set.ShipsTanjier and Wee Bee

    Tickets cost €20 and gates open at 6pm.

  • Sun
    27
    Aug
    2017

    Shine: Carl Cox, Hot Since 82, Phil Kieran & Schmutz

    Custom House Square

    Belfast

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    NI's biggest dance institution Shine brings their biggest event to date, with a show at Custom House Square on August 27, headlined by king of underground dance, Carl Cox, veteran of acid house, techno & dance, and label-owner. Check out his Ibiza Boiler Room set.

    Also performing is Yorkshire-based DJ/producer Hot Since 82, as well as Shine residents local exports Phil Kieran and Schmutz.

    Tickets are priced from £33, available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6pm.

  • Mon
    28
    Aug
    2017
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    29
    Aug
    2017

    Magnetic Fields: 50 Song Memoir

    National Concert Hall

    Dublin

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    As part of Perspectives in the National Concert Hall, Stephin Merritt, the master craftsman behind the Magnetic Fields69 Love Songs, is one of the great living songwriters, and plays two nights at the venue.

    Celebrating his 50th birthday and a new album on Nonesuch Records. Merritt and band perform two distinct programmes of new songs—one for every year of his melodious existence. In a spectacular staging featuring 50 instruments from Merritt’s formidable collection, the seven-member band recounts his five decades on planet Earth, covering everything from bedbugs and Buddhism to his conception by hippies on a houseboat in St. Thomas.

    Tickets are priced from €27.50-€37.50 for a single night, and €55 for both, from NCH.ie. Doors open at 8pm.

     

  • Wed
    30
    Aug
    2017

    Xylouris White w/Rue

    The Workman's Club

    Dublin

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    Drummer Jim White of Dirty 3 and Cretan lute player George Zylouris perform as Xylouris White at the Workman's Club on August 30 for Enthusiastic Eunuch.

    They've recently released second album Black Peak, recorded by Fugazi's Guy Picciotto, utilising their panoramic backgrounds after first meeting in Melbourne in 1990. They combine free jazz, avant-rock and Greek folk to tell tales rooted in history and mythology, unveiling truths along the way. Check out 'Forging' live in Dublin's Guerrilla Studios.

    Support comes from Irish drone-folk outfit Rue - check out the looming 'Katie Cruel'.

    Tickets cost €16 from Billetto.

  • Thu
    31
    Aug
    2017

    The Thin Air Presents: Gnarkats & Beauty Sleep

    Lavery's

    Belfast

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    On Thursday, August 31, we will host a show with two of our favourite Irish acts at the minute: Belfast alt-rock quartet Gnarkats and indie-pop threesome Beauty Sleep. We will also be spinning tunes before and after.

    Check out Gnarkats' latest single 'Something To Say' on Soundcloud, and Beauty Sleep's 'The Dark'.

    Admission costs £5 on the night, and doors open at 9pm.

  • Fri
    01
    Sep
    2017
    Sat
    02
    Sep
    2017

    Emerald Haze

    Voodoo Lounge & On The Rox

    Dublin

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    Dublin's Voodoo Lounge & On The Rox host a massive lineup over the weekend of September 1 & 2 for the heavy psych festival, Emerald Haze. Icelandic atmospheric metal act Sólstafir headline the weekend. Check out Berdreyminn.

    Also playing are Polish doom-fuzz act Belzebong, 7-piece psych/prog act Church of the Cosmic SkullLord Vicar, Primordial side-project Dread Sovereign, Glaswegian quartet The Cosmic Dead, Parisian heavy rockers Abrahma, Dublin's Wild RocketBad Boat, unbearably heavy sludge-doom trio Nomadic RitualsGorilla PulpWitchsorrowElectric TaurusBlaak HeatTen Ton SlugIron Void, Electric Octopus, Mother Mooch, King Witch, Elder Druid, Death The Leveller, Zlatanera, The Magnapinna, Mount Soma, Vulpynes, Gourd and Korvid.

    Tickets for the weekend are available from Tickets.ie, priced €38.50. Doors open at 5.30pm each day.

  • Sat
    02
    Sep
    2017

    Funeral Horse

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    Texan stoner metal outfit Funeral Horse plays the Limelight 2 on September 2 for The Distortion Project. For fans of Melvins, Sleep, Cathedral and the like, check out their Bandcamp for more.

    Support comes from noise-rock tinged hardcore riffers Molarbear - check out 'Party McFly'.

    Tickets cost only £6 from BigCartel, and doors open at 5pm as it's an early show.

  • Sat
    02
    Sep
    2017

    Wild Rocket & Genuflection

    Róisín Dubh

    Galway

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    Eclectic Dublin psychedelic groove-laden space rock outfit Wild Rocket play Galway on September 2 for Feast, following the recent release of their second album, Disassociation Mechanics.

    Exploring themes of deep sea & space, the cycles of depression both in people and society's inherently cyclical nature, it's a sprawling note from the future. Watch the video for lead single 'The Future Echoes'. Check out Disassociation Mechanics.

    Doors open at 9pm and admission costs only €5.

  • Mon
    04
    Sep
    2017

    American Football

    The Button Factory

    Dublin

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    Hugely influential to the current wave of indie-punk and emo revival, math-tinged emo outfit American Football come to Ireland to play the Button Factory on September 4.

    American Football formed in 1997 from members of Cap'n Jazz, and other star players of the scene at the time, releasing only one eponymous EP & album before splitting in 2000 due to members no longer living in the same city. Its reputation organically spread over the ensuing two decades, leading ultimately to their first UK shows and reunion in 2014 & 2015. They released their second album in 2016.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €25. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Mon
    04
    Sep
    2017

    The Divine Comedy

    Opera House

    Cork

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    Coinciding with the release of their eleventh album, ForeverlandThe Divine Comedy play the Cork Opera House on September 4 as the first date of their Irish tour.

    Since the formation of the Divine Comedy in 1989, Neil Hannon has continued to remain one of the most revered songwriters across the UK and Ireland, with projects including the cricket-based Duckworth Lewis Method. His lyricism is cynically romantic, and sincerely ironic, and has lost none of its lustre over the years - watch the video for 'To The Rescue'.

    Tickets cost from €33.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    05
    Sep
    2017
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    06
    Sep
    2017

    Pet Shop Boys

    Bord Gais Energy Theatre

    Dublin

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    Electropop icons Pet Shop Boys play Dublin's Bord Gais Energy Theatre on September 5 & 6.

    As part of a world tour, the duo will dig into their deep bag of hits from the '80s onwards, as well as their current album, Super. The show features laser-led audio-visuals from the act's longtime designer Es Devlin, and choreographer Lynne Page, with live arrangements created alongside the album's producer Stuart Price.

    Tickets, priced from €59.50-€69.50, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    05
    Sep
    2017

    The Divine Comedy

    University Concert Hall

    Limerick

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    Coinciding with the release of their eleventh album, ForeverlandThe Divine Comedy play Limerick University Concert Hall on September 5.

    Since the formation of the Divine Comedy in 1989, Neil Hannon has continued to remain one of the most revered songwriters across the UK and Ireland, with projects including the cricket-based Duckworth Lewis Method. His lyricism is cynically romantic, and sincerely ironic, and has lost none of its lustre over the years - watch the video for 'To The Rescue'.

    Tickets cost from €33.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Wed
    06
    Sep
    2017

    Beatroot: Sue Rynhart & Cacao

    Crescent Arts Centre

    Belfast

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    Belfast leading promoters of jazz, roots and experimental music, Moving On Music will present the third annual installment of Beatroot Roots Music Week across September 6-9.

    The first night sees vocalist & composer Sue Rynhart play with bassist Dan Bodwell & Justin Carroll on keys. Sue has received huge acclaim since her debut album ‘Crossings’, featuring in international press and numerous ‘must see’ lists. Her music draws on folk, classical and jazz traditions with a pop sensibility.

    Sharing the stage is Cacao, who fuse Latin bossa nova rhythms with samba music. Led by Fermanagh-born multi-instrumentalist Gnanam Samuel, they play a mix of old and new Brazilian jazz songs and instrumentals as well as original compositions.

    Tickets cost £10, or £30 for the whole weekend, and are available from Moving On Music. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    06
    Sep
    2017

    The Divine Comedy

    Millennium Forum

    Derry

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    Coinciding with the release of their eleventh album, ForeverlandThe Divine Comedy play Derry's Millennium Forum on September 6.

    Since the formation of the Divine Comedy in 1989, Neil Hannon has continued to remain one of the most revered songwriters across the UK and Ireland, with projects including the cricket-based Duckworth Lewis Method. His lyricism is cynically romantic, and sincerely ironic, and has lost none of its lustre over the years - watch the video for 'To The Rescue'.

    Tickets cost from £32.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Thu
    07
    Sep
    2017

    Beatroot: Daoirí Farrell & Cup O'Joe

    Crescent Arts Centre

    Belfast

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    Belfast leading promoters of jazz, roots and experimental music, Moving On Music will present the third annual installment of Beatroot Roots Music Week across September 6-9.

     

    On September 7, Dublin traditional singer & bouzouki player Daoirí Farrell has picked up BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards for best newcomer & traditional track. Championed by the likes of Christy Moore & Donal Lunny, this will be his debut Belfast solo performance. Check out 'Van Diemen's Land'.

    Cup O'Joe support, and are rising stars of the international bluegrass and gypsy jazz scene. They feature Reuben, Tabitha & Benjamin Agnew - check out 'Handsome Molly'.

    Tickets cost £13 (or £10 concession), or £30 for the whole weekend, and are available from Moving On Music. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    08
    Sep
    2017

    Ryan Adams

    Ulster Hall

    Belfast

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    Following the February release of his sixteenth album, Prisoner, Americana icon Ryan Adams returns to Ireland to play a few dates, starting off with the Ulster Hall on September 8.

    Breaking out with his 2000 solo debut album, Heartbreaker in 2000, and consolidating this commercial and critical success with his bestselling album, Gold the following year, the North Carolina native started out with alt. country band Whiskeytown. He's also produced Willie Nelson, Jenny Lewis and Fall Out Boy, and has collaborated with countless acts in a variety of genres. 

    Check out recent single 'Do You Still Love Me?'.

    Tickets, priced at £35 at Ticketmaster.

  • Fri
    08
    Sep
    2017

    Beatroot: Hejira & Hive Choir

    Crescent Arts Centre

    Belfast

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    Belfast leading promoters of jazz, roots and experimental music, Moving On Music will present the third annual installment of Beatroot Roots Music Week across September 6-9.

     

    Hejira are an act of multi-national heritage, being Ethiopian, Chilean, German & Hungarian, based in London. The multi-instrumentalists switch between 2 guitars, two basses, 3 sets of keys, drums and electronics and vocals. They've worked with the likes of Amy Winehouse, Floating Points and Nitin Sawhney, and is a heady brew of sounds and textures making their first appearance in Belfast. Check out 'I Don't Belong To Anyone'.

    Supporting is new Belfast-based artist collective, Hive Choir, who inherit their members and ethos from experimental choral projects Bird on a Wire & Belfast City Choir, functioning as a testing ground for vocal improvisation.

    Tickets cost £13 (or £10 concession), or £30 for the whole weekend, and are available from Moving On Music. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    08
    Sep
    2017

    Beatroot: Joshua Burnside w/Stephen James Smith

    Black Box

    Belfast

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    Belfast leading promoters of jazz, roots and experimental music, Moving On Music will present the third annual installment of Beatroot Roots Music Week across September 6-9.

     

    September 8 sees experimental indie-folk singer-songwriter Joshua Burnsideplay the Black Box, having just launched his debut album, Ephrata. Check out the first single, 'Tunnels Pt. 1'.

    Supporting is Dublin poet & playwright Stephen James Smith, who has been crucial in the rise of the Irish spoken word scene, with his videos amassing over 1 million views online, with films commissionned by St. Patrick's Festival, and performing across the world.

    Tickets cost £13 (or £10 concession), or £30 for the whole weekend, and are available from Moving On Music. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    08
    Sep
    2017

    Shelby Earl

    Upstairs @ Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Whelans' Upstairs hosts the hugely gifted vocal talent of Shelby Earl on September 8.

    The Seattle singer-songwriter released her debut album, Burn The Boats in 2011, followed in 2013. She most recently released The Man Who Made Himself a Name, which flits between indie rock, folk, never forgetting a strong hook. Check out the video for 'James'.

    Tickets cost €15 on the door and €12 in advance from WAV. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    08
    Sep
    2017
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    09
    Sep
    2017

    The Divine Comedy

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Coinciding with the release of their eleventh album, ForeverlandThe Divine Comedy play two nights at The Olympia Theatre on December 8 & 9.

    Since the formation of the Divine Comedy in 1989, Neil Hannon has continued to remain one of the most revered songwriters across the UK and Ireland, with projects including the cricket-based Duckworth Lewis Method. His lyricism is cynically romantic, and sincerely ironic, and has lost none of its lustre over the years - watch the video for 'To The Rescue'.

    Support comes from Pugwash.

    Tickets cost from €40.05 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    09
    Sep
    2017

    Ryan Adams

    Opera House

    Cork

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    Following the February release of his sixteenth album, Prisoner, Americana icon Ryan Adams returns to Ireland to play a few dates, hitting Cork Opera House on September 9.

    Breaking out with his 2000 solo debut album, Heartbreaker in 2000, and consolidating this commercial and critical success with his bestselling album, Gold the following year, the North Carolina native started out with alt. country band Whiskeytown. He's also produced Willie Nelson, Jenny Lewis and Fall Out Boy, and has collaborated with countless acts in a variety of genres. 

    Check out recent single 'Do You Still Love Me?'.

    Tickets, priced at €44.05 from Ticketmaster.

  • Sat
    09
    Sep
    2017

    R51 Russian Tour Fundraiser w/Matua Trap & Bosco Ramos

    McHugh's Bar

    Belfast

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    Nugaze-pop quintet R51 go on a 3800-mile, 10-date Russian tour in September, and in order to raise funds, play McHugh's Basement on September 9. Check out the video for new single 'Heavy Friends'.

    Belfast alt. prog-rockers Matua Trap support - check them out on Bandcamp - and opening up are riff-fuelled, Belfast bass-and-drums duo Bosco Ramos watch the video for 'Rolling Sea'.

    They'll have custom Russian tour shirts on offer, with admission being donation based. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    09
    Sep
    2017

    Junk Drawer & The Great Balloon Race

    Crane Lane

    Cork

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    Alliance Promotions bring Belfast-based instrument-swapping indie rock magpies Junk Drawer to Crane Lane Theatre on September 9. Check out their For The Cult Fat Guy EP.

    Supporting are Cork alt. psych outfit The Great Balloon Race - check out latest single, the off-kilter groove of 'Chocolate Beans'.

    Admission is free and it's an early show - doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Sun
    10
    Sep
    2017

    Flogging Molly

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    LA Celtophiles Flogging Molly play a pair of shows in Ireland, hitting Dublin's Olympia Theatre on September 10.

    Merging punk and Irish folk, their sixth album Life Is Good came out in June, the long awaited follow-up to their 2011 Speed of Darkness LP. Check out the video for 'Life Is Good'.

    Tickets cost €27 from Ticketmaster.

  • Mon
    11
    Sep
    2017
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    12
    Sep
    2017

    Ryan Adams

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Following the February release of his sixteenth album, Prisoner, Americana icon Ryan Adams returns to Ireland to play a few dates, hitting Dublin's Olympia Theatre on September 11 & 12, with the second added due to demand.

    Breaking out with his 2000 solo debut album, Heartbreaker in 2000, and consolidating this commercial and critical success with his bestselling album, Gold the following year, the North Carolina native started out with alt. country band Whiskeytown. He's also produced Willie Nelson, Jenny Lewis and Fall Out Boy, and has collaborated with countless acts in a variety of genres. 

    Check out recent single 'Do You Still Love Me?'.

    Tickets, priced at €40.05 from Ticketmaster.

  • Mon
    11
    Sep
    2017

    Flogging Molly

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    LA Celtophiles Flogging Molly play a pair of shows in Ireland, hitting the Limelight 1 on September 11.

    Merging punk and Irish folk, their sixth album Life Is Good came out in June, the long awaited follow-up to their 2011 Speed of Darkness LP. Check out the video for 'Life Is Good'.

    Tickets cost £22.50 from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm as it's an early show.

  • Thu
    14
    Sep
    2017

    Steve Strong, Hiva Oa, Wasps & Hungergrumps

    Aether & Echo

    Belfast

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    Shizznigh Promotions' free Thursday gignight returns on a monthly basis to Aether & Echo, its first instalment taking place on September 14. Headlining is Plymouth-based one-man-band, Steve Strong, who'll bring his own beats, tapped guitar and textural melodies, and constant genre-hopping - check out his Soundcloud.

    One of our favourite bands in NI right now, the electronic alt. rock trio Hiva Oa play, having recently released their excellent new EP, MkII - check it out on Bandcamp. Sharing the bill with them are math-punks Wasps and lo-fi punk-pop duo Hungergrumps.

    Admission is free and doors open at 9pm.

  • Fri
    15
    Sep
    2017

    Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Friday September 15 sees Clap Your Hands Say Yeah play Whelan's.

    The indie rock band released their eponymous debut in 2005, and this year sees the release of their fifth album, The Tourist. At this point, only frontman Alex Ounsworth is the only original member, with the rest of the core lineup departing in 2004.

    Tickets are available from WAV Tickets and Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    15
    Sep
    2017

    King Kong Company

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    After a year that saw them win a best live act award, and have made a true event out of their live shows, electronic dance troupe King Kong Company play Belfast's Limelight 2 on September 15 as part of their European tour.

    The septet have been described as sounding more like a DJ than a band, and their eponymous debut LP was produced by long-time Prodigy collaborator Neil McLellan, and sees its European release this year. Check out the frankly, quite unreal, video for 'Spacehopper'.

    Tickets cost £15 from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    15
    Sep
    2017

    King Kong Company

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    After a year that saw them win a best live act award, and have made a true event out of their live shows, electronic dance troupe King Kong Company play Belfast's Limelight 2 on September 15 as part of their European tour.

    The septet have been described as sounding more like a DJ than a band, and their eponymous debut LP was produced by long-time Prodigy collaborator Neil McLellan, and sees its European release this year. Check out the frankly, quite unreal, video for 'Spacehopper'.

    Tickets cost £15 from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    15
    Sep
    2017

    Elixir #3: Jehst w/Grim Pickinz, Jay Suttin, Sketch Nine & more

    Voodoo

    Belfast

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    One of the UK's most acclaimed rap artists of all time, Jehst, plays Voodoo on September 15. He'll be performing his Billy Green Show, following his hugely acclaimed Billy Green Is Dead.

    Supporting are Irish-English hip-hop act Grim Pickinz - who have a residency in Amsterdam's Hill Street Blues - Jay SuttinSketch NineDJ ConceptMilitant Vinylist, with an open mic session.

    Admission costs £8 in advance from BTribal. Doors open at 9pm.

  • Sat
    16
    Sep
    2017

    Albert Hammond with His Band & the Leipzig Symphony Orchestra and Singers

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    Dublin's 3Arena sees a performance from all-time-great Albert Hammond along with his band and the Leipzig Symphony Orchestra.

    This year saw the release of new album In Symphony, a collection of some of his classic songs. He's had a career lasting over five decades, being the father of Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr., writing hits and award-winners for the likes of Diana Ross, Leo Sayer, Starship, Whitney Houston & The Hollies.

    Tickets are priced from €45-€55, available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    16
    Sep
    2017

    Roots Manuva

    The Sugar Club

    Dublin

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    English rapper & producer Roots Manuva plays The Sugar Club on September 16.

    Growing up around Stockwell, London, Rodney Smith was involved with sound systems early on. He debuted in 1994 under his real name, before swiftly changing to Roots Manuva, under which name he still works. His trip-hop-inflected work has earned much crossover appeal, and his most recent album, Bleeds, came out in 2015,

    Tickets are available for €25.40 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Sat
    16
    Sep
    2017

    The National

    Cork Opera House

    Cork

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    Following the announcement of the seventh album from The National, they play the first date of their world tour at Cork Opera House on September 16 as part of the Sounds From A Safe Harbour Festival, which runs from September 14-17.

    The indie rock band from Cincinnati, formed in 1999 breaking through in a big way from fourth album, Boxer and everything afterwards. Check out the video for new National single 'The System Only Dreams In Total Darkness' from their forthcoming seventh album, Sleep Well Beast.

  • Sat
    16
    Sep
    2017

    Jehst w/Grim Pickinz & Cuttin' Heads Collective

    The Grand Social

    Dublin

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    Dublin's Cuttin Heads Collective & This Side Up combine to bring one of the UK's most influential rap artists of all time, Jehst, to The Grand Social on September 16.

    He'll be performing his Billy Green Show, following his hugely acclaimed Billy Green Is Dead.

    Supporting are Irish-English hip-hop act Grim Pickinz - who have a residency in Amsterdam's Hill Street Blues - and Cork's Cuttin' Heads, with an Open Mic competition on the night.

    Admission costs €10, available from Eventbrite, The show runs from 11.30pm until late.

  • Sun
    17
    Sep
    2017
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    18
    Sep
    2017

    The National

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Following the announcement of the seventh album from The National, they kickstart their world tour in Ireland, playing Vicar Street on September 17 & 18.

    The indie rock band from Cincinnati, formed in 1999 breaking through in a big way from fourth album, Boxer and everything afterwards. Check out the video for new National single 'The System Only Dreams In Total Darkness' from their forthcoming seventh album, Sleep Well Beast.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €57. Doors open 8pm.

  • Wed
    20
    Sep
    2017
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    21
    Sep
    2017

    Red Hot Chili Peppers

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    Former funk rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers return to Dublin for the first time in 5 years for shows at the 3Arena on September 20 & 21 in place of the postponement of their dates in December due to sickness..

    This appearance coincides with their latest album, the reasonably well-received The Getaway, and Josh Klinghoffer's second RHCP album as replacement for John Frusciante. The four have sold over 60 million albums in their time together.

  • Fri
    22
    Sep
    2017

    Daniel Avery & Schmutz

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    Shine holds a big night on September 22 at the Limelight 1 with one of the UK's forward-thinking DJ-producers, Daniel Avery. Seamlessly blending house and techno into his own sound, he's Andrew Weatherall's assistant currently, and is on Phantasy Sound.

    Also playing is Belfast duo Schmutz - check out his Boiler Room set.

    Tickets are available for £10 for early birds from Shine, rising to £12 & £14 after. Doors open at 10pm.

  • Fri
    22
    Sep
    2017

    DJ Seinfeld

    Hangar

    Dublin

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    Hangar hosts a show from DJ Seinfeld on September 22. Check out his Soundcloud.

    Tickets are available from Resident Advisor - get 'em while they're cheap. Things kick off at 10.30pm.

  • Sat
    23
    Sep
    2017

    Ennio Morricone - Last Ever Irish Concert

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    The 3Arena hosts iconic Italian film composer Ennio Morricone - who reshaped the sound of cinema - on Saturday, September 23, in the Irish leg of his farewell tour, as he turns 90 this year.

    He'll be accompanied by over 200 musicians and singers onstage, as with previous tours, performing classics and originals from his Oscar-winning scores.

    Known best for his work alongside Sergio Leone in his spaghetti Westerns, his scores are synonymous with the genre; most notably through arguably his all-time finest work in The Good, The Bad & The Ugly, and Once Upon A Time In The West.

    Tickets, priced from €87, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    23
    Sep
    2017

    Anathema & Alcest

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    Prog-metallers Anathema headline the Limelight 2 on September 23 in an early show following the release of their latest album, The Optimist. Check out first single 'Springfield'.

    Supporting are French shoegaze/black metal crossover act Alcest - here's 'Autre Temps'.

    Tickets, priced £25, are available from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 5pm.

  • Sat
    23
    Sep
    2017

    Documenta, Delta Mainline & ARitualSea

    Tivoli Backstage

    Dublin

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    Ethereal guitar specialists Documenta headline the Tivoli Backstage on September 23 for Retro Revival Indie Club. The seven-piece drone-pop outfit led by singer, songwriter and guitarist Joe Greene, released their latest album Drone Pop #1, which remains one of the finest NI album releases in the last couple of years. Check out 'Idle Hands'.

    Supporting are Edinburgh alternative rock outfit Delta Mainline - check out new single Vultures - and dream-pop act ARitualSea - check them out on Soundcloud.

    Admission costs €10 and doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    24
    Sep
    2017

    Anathema & Alcest

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Prog-metallers Anathema headline the Dublin's Academy on September 24. Check out first single 'Springfield'.

    Supporting are French shoegaze/black metal crossover act Alcest - here's 'Autre Temps'.

    Tickets, priced €30, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    26
    Sep
    2017

    Vulfpeck

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Vicar Street hosts US funk group Vulfpeck on September 26, following the release of their second album, The Beautiful Game last year.

    Formed in 2011 after attending the University of Michigan's music school, the group goes for a minimal, raw performance, having released four EPs, and an album to date. In 2014, they released a ten-track silent album on Spotify in order to raise funds for an admission-free tour, which generated $20,000 in royalties over 2 months. This gave the band international press and its fourth EP, Fugue State, and a huge spread of word-of-mouth press. 

    Check out 'Back Pocket'.

    Tickets cost €31 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Wed
    27
    Sep
    2017
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    29
    Sep
    2017

    LCD Soundsystem

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    LCD Soundsystem play three relatively intimate shows at the Olympia Theatre from September 27-29.

    Marking the band's first headline shows since their 2015 reformation, these dates are the only Irish shows for the James Murphy-fronted act this year. These shows follow the September 1 release of their fourth studio album, American Dream. Here's 'Someone Great'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Thu
    28
    Sep
    2017

    Stewart Lee: Content Provider

    Waterfront Hall

    Dublin

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    The comedian's comedian Stewart Lee returns to Belfast to perform his new show Content Provider at the Waterfront Hall on September 28.

    The anti-populist writer & comedian has co-penned the controversial Broadway play Jerry Springer: The Opera, several novels, four seasons of his award-winning Comedy Vehicle, and a significant output for The Guardian and The Sunday Times, as well as maintaining a successful stand-up career over the last 2 decades. This will be his first full-length show since the award-winning Carpet Remnant World.

    It's worth your while watching 'Context' for a Rosetta Stone of Lee, if you have the time. 

    Tickets are priced at £23 and are available from the Waterfront. The show kicks off at 8pm.

  • Thu
    28
    Sep
    2017

    No Encore Live II: Overhead, The Albatross, Daithí & Elaine Mai

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Following a sold-out live debut in March, Irish music podcast No Encore returns with a strong lineup to Whelan's on September 28.

    Taking place as part of the first ever Dublin Podcast Festival, the three hosts record an episode live in the venue, with performances from three hugely respected live acts in instrumental post-rockers Overhead, The Albatross, West-coast violin-looping wunderkind Daithí and electronic performer Elaine Mai.

    The podcast has previously worked with the likes of Hamilton Leithauser, Girl Band and Ho99o9.

    Tickets cost €11 from Ticketmaster and WAV Tickets. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    29
    Sep
    2017

    Shellac

    Roisin Dubh

    Galway

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    Steve Albini's minimal noise-rock outfit Shellac play Galway's Roisin Dubh on September 29.

    Formed in 1992 by Steve Albini, Bob Weston & Todd Trainer, the trio have always described themselves at a 'minimalist rock trio' and are known for their visceral angularity and tongue-in-cheek outlook, with live shows featuring spoken word segments and Q&A sections. The band most recently released their fifth album, Dude Incredible back in 2014, but generally don't adhere to album/tour/album press cycles. Here's 1000 Hurts.

    Tickets are available from the Roisin Dubh. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    29
    Sep
    2017

    Live Album Launch: Otherkin

    Tower Records

    Dublin

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    Following sold out shows and slots at Tennent's Vital, Electric Picnic, Latitude, Reading & Leeds Festivals and more, Dublin grungy garage quartet Otherkin perform live at Tower Records to launch their debut album OK on September 29, its day of release.

    They released their The New Vice EP last summer - check out their Soundcloud. Their music and performances have attracted the Guardian and NME and it looks like the band are on the cusp of big things. Here's new single 'The Hyve'.

    Admission is free and the show takes place at 5.30pm.

  • Sat
    30
    Sep
    2017

    Lamb

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Mancunian downtempo/drum'n'bass duo Lamb play Dublin's Academy on September 30. 

    Formed in 1994 by producer Andrew Barlow and singer Louise Rhodes, they got signed instantly and have put out consistently relevant releases since debut album Lamb in '96. Check out 'Gorecki'.

    Tickets cost €29.90 from Ticketmaster.

  • Sat
    30
    Sep
    2017

    Chris Rock: The Total Blackout Tour

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    The Grammy & Emmy winning comedian, actor, director, writer & producer Chris Rock comes back to Ireland for the first time in a decade to perform stand-up at the 3Arena on Saturday, September 30.

    This will be his first tour in 9 years from one of his generation's strongest comic voices. With the world's state of affairs in the way it currently is, expect some provocative language and well-earned mirth.

    Tickets are priced from €60.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    30
    Sep
    2017

    Rubberbandits

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Limerick's finest musical comedy duo, The Rubberbandits, headline Vicar Street  once more on September 30.

    They broke with the single 'Horse Outside' but have since continued to rise in popularity, gaining a television series, winning the Edinburgh Fringe Festival's Malcolm Hardee award for being the most original act. They feature Mr Chrome and Blindboy Boatclub, and have become Ireland's finest satirists at this point, having made an acclaimed 1916 documentary. Blindboy has become known for his speaking out on important social issues like emotional intelligence, mental health & more. Check their loaded Youtube channel.

    Tickets, priced at €27, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Sat
    30
    Sep
    2017

    Shellac & Il Sogno Del Marinaio

    Tivoli Theatre

    Dublin

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    Steve Albini's minimal noise-rock outfit Shellac play Dublin's Tivoli Theatre on September 30, with a special support slot from punk icon Mike Watt's current project, Il Sogno Del Marinaio.

    Formed in 1992 by Steve Albini, Bob Weston & Todd Trainer, the trio have always described themselves at a 'minimalist rock trio' and are known for their visceral angularity and tongue-in-cheek outlook, with live shows featuring spoken word segments and Q&A sections. The band most recently released their fifth album, Dude Incredible back in 2014, but generally don't adhere to album/tour/album press cycles. Here's 1000 Hurts.

    As well as being the bassist with Minutemen & fIREHOSE, Mike Watt has played with Sonic Youth, The Stooges and countless other legends - his experimental Italian-American project has released two albums so far. Check out 'Mountain Top'.

    Tickets are available from Tickets.ie. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    01
    Oct
    2017

    Shellac

    Black Box

    Belfast

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    Steve Albini's minimal noise-rock outfit Shellac play Belfast's Black Box on October 1, thanks to Strange Victory.

    Formed in 1992 by Steve Albini, Bob Weston & Todd Trainer, the trio have always described themselves at a 'minimalist rock trio' and are known for their visceral angularity and tongue-in-cheek outlook, with live shows featuring spoken word segments and Q&A sections. The band most recently released their fifth album, Dude Incredible back in 2014, but generally don't adhere to album/tour/album press cycles. Here's 1000 Hurts.

    Tickets are available from the Black Box, priced at £18. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Mon
    02
    Oct
    2017

    All Them Witches

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Nashville bluesy stoner rock outfit All Them Witches play Whelan's on October 2. 

    They just released their new album, Sleeping Through The Warfollowing last year's Dying Surfer Meets His Maker. They've been acclaimed by the likes of Stereogum and SPIN, who've given them acclaim as the real deal as far as psychedelic blues-rock warriors go. Watch the video for '3-5-7'. 

    Tickets cost €13 from WAV Tickets

  • Thu
    05
    Oct
    2017

    Grizzly Bear

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Experimental Brooklyn alt. pop outfit Grizzly Bear play Vicar Street on October 5.

    Proclaimed as Jonny Greenwood's favourite band, they incorporate elements of psychedelia, folk, classic pop, art and more to have been one of the defining sounds of forward-thinking 21st century acts. They're led and were formed as a moniker for songwriter Ed Droste's music around 2002. Check out new single 'Mourning Sound', from their fifth album, this year's Painted Ruins.

    Tickets cost €32 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    05
    Oct
    2017

    Micah P Hinson & The Holy Strangers

    Voodoo

    Belfast

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    Modern folk songwriter Micah P. Hinson performs alongside full band The Holy Strangers in a Strange Victory show at Voodoo on October 5, to promote his latest Presents The Holy Strangers album.

    Recorded in Texas with old analogue equipment, it's been describes as a modern folk opera, telling the story of a wartime family, going from birth to love, marriage, children, and to the extremes of human behaviour. Check out 'Beneath The Rose'.

    Tickets cost £12 from WeGotTickets. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    05
    Oct
    2017

    JP Cooper

    The Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Island Records indie-soul singer JP Cooper play the Olympia Theatre on October 5, just following the release of his debut album, Raised Under Dark Skies.

    Having achieved platinum status across Europe with hits under his own name and co-writing credits on a selection of hits, this has been the breakthrough year in a career that looks like it's just getting started.

    Tickets cost €21 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at

  • Thu
    05
    Oct
    2017

    Gifted: Electric Octopus, Black Chapels, Search Party & James Downey

    The Empire Music Hall

    Belfast

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    The fast-rising, intoxicatingly funky, soulful, psychedelic jam trio Electric Octopus headline Gifted at the Empire Music Hall on October 5. Check out their music, which is gaining serious traction, seemingly organic, online.

    Supporting are alt. rock quartet Black Chapels, Search Party and singer-songwriter James Downey

    Admission costs £3 and doors open at 9pm.

  • Fri
    06
    Oct
    2017

    Micah P Hinson & The Holy Strangers

    Roisin Dubh

    Galway

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    Modern folk songwriter Micah P. Hinson performs alongside full band The Holy Strangers at the Roisin Dubh on October 6 to promote his latest Presents The Holy Strangers album.

    Recorded in Texas with old analogue equipment, it's been describes as a modern folk opera, telling the story of a wartime family, going from birth to love, marriage, children, and to the extremes of human behaviour. Check out 'Beneath The Rose'.

    Tickets cost €14/€12 from Roisin Dubh. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    06
    Oct
    2017

    Elder Druid Album Launch w/Nomadic Rituals, Molarbear & Voodoo Blood

    Bar Sub

    Dublin

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    Ballymena/Belfast occult-loving stoner-doom outfit Elder Druid launch their debut album, Carmina Satanae with a show a Bar Sub in Belfast on October 6. Check out their Magicka EP on Bandcamp.

    Support comes from crushingly heavy Belfast doom trio Nomadic Rituals - check out their pulverisingly heavy second album, Marking The Dayreleased earlier this year - sludgy noise-rock tinged hardcore riffers Molarbear - check out 'Party McFly' - and Manchester heavy blues quartet Voodoo Blood.

    Tickets cost £6 from WeGotTickets. Doors open at 9pm.

  • Sat
    07
    Oct
    2017

    Jenny Hval

    Black Box

    Belfast

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    Moving On Music & Strange Victory combine their substantial forces to bring Norwegian auteur & writer Jenny Hval to the Black Box on October 7 as part of the JamJar Music weekend.

    She's released some of the most acclaimed, genre-defying albums over the last few years, notably last year's Blood Bitch and Apocalypse, Girl in the year before that. Her non-traditional arrangements, singular voice & melodic choices as well as the live performance take in aspects of poetry, performance art, film, all the while subverting gender & sociopolitical constructs. Here's 'Conceptual Romance'.

    Tickets, priced £15, are available from Eventbrite. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    07
    Oct
    2017

    Micah P Hinson & The Holy Strangers

    Cyprus Avenue

    Cork

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    Modern folk songwriter Micah P. Hinson performs alongside full band The Holy Strangers at Cork's Cyprus Avenue on October 7 to promote his latest Presents The Holy Strangers album.

    Recorded in Texas with old analogue equipment, it's been describes as a modern folk opera, telling the story of a wartime family, going from birth to love, marriage, children, and to the extremes of human behaviour. Check out 'Beneath The Rose'.

    Tickets cost €15 from Eventbrite. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    07
    Oct
    2017

    Alter Bridge

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Hard rock/alt. metal outfit Alter Bridge play the Olympia Theatre for the second time in 2017 on October 7 as part of the tour for their fifth album, following a sold-out show in June.

    Formed from the band members of Creed after their 2004 dissolution, they snapped up incredibly talented singer Myles Kennedy - who went on to sing with Slash's solo project. Their fifth album, The Last Hero came out in 2016. Check out the video for 'Show Me A Leader'.

    Tickets are priced at €40, available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    07
    Oct
    2017

    Ulrika Spacek

    The Workman's Club

    Dublin

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    Coinciding with the release of their second album, psych-tinged alternative outfit Ulrika Spacek play the Workman's Club on October 7.

    Formed in 2014 and based in Reading, the band's latest LP, Modern English Decoration is their second in as many years. Mergining post-punk, krautrock and some slack alt & indie rock, they're one of most interesting bands of their ilk to pop up in some time. Check out 'Mimi Pretend'.

    Tickets cost €15 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    08
    Oct
    2017

    The Mountain Goats

    The Button Factory

    Dublin

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    Cult indie folk rock act The Mountain Goats play a duo performance on October 8 at Dublin's Button Factory.

    Formed initally in the early '90s as a lo-fi solo project for singer-songwriter John Darnielle's eccentric and often emotionally charged sensibilities, the Mountain Goats turned into a full band, developing a more polished sound around the turn of the century. They've just released their sixteenth studio album, Goths, and it's the first album by the Mountain Goats not to feature guitar.

    Check out their early classic, 'The Best Ever Death Metal Band in Denton'.

    Tickets, priced at €22, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Sun
    08
    Oct
    2017

    Micah P Hinson & The Holy Strangers

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Modern folk songwriter Micah P. Hinson performs alongside full band The Holy Strangers at Whelan's on October 8, to promote his latest Presents The Holy Strangers album.

    Recorded in Texas with old analogue equipment, it's been describes as a modern folk opera, telling the story of a wartime family, going from birth to love, marriage, children, and to the extremes of human behaviour. Check out 'Beneath The Rose'.

    Tickets cost €16.50 from WAV Tickets. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    08
    Oct
    2017

    Alter Bridge

    Ulster Hall

    Belfast

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    Hard rock/alt. metal outfit Alter Bridge play the Ulster Hall for the second time in 2017 on October 8 as part of the tour for their fifth album, following a sold-out show in June and upcoming one in support of their new Live At The O2 Arena album.

    Formed from the band members of Creed after their 2004 dissolution, they snapped up incredibly talented singer Myles Kennedy - who went on to sing with Slash's solo project. Their fifth album, The Last Hero came out in 2016. Check out the video for 'Show Me A Leader'.

    Tickets are priced at £30, available from Ticketmaster and the Waterfront. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    13
    Oct
    2017

    Amber Run [14+]

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    Nottingham indie-pop five piece Amber Run play Mandela Hall in a 14+ show on October 13. They released their second album, For A Moment, I Was Lost in February. 

    Tickets cost £14 from Ticketmaster & the QUB Students' Union. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    13
    Oct
    2017

    Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    English folk troubadour & outfit Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Witt play Dublin's Academy on Friday, October 13.

    The jack-of-all-trades Flynn is an actor, poet and songwriter, distinguishable by his mysteriously aged and worldweary baritone. This follows his fourth album, Sillion, based around his usual literary folk style, which is an old word to describe the gleaming furrow of earth turned over when the plough cuts through the soil. Check out the video for 'Raising The Dead'.

    Tickets are available for €20 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    13
    Oct
    2017

    The Darkness

    Dolan's Warehouse

    Limerick

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    It's been almost 15 years since The Darkness' landed with their breakthrough debut album, and they play Limerick's Dolan's Warehouse on October 13.

    Consisting of Lowestoft brothers Justin & Dan Hawkins, charismatic bassist Frankie Poullain, and new drummer Rufus Tiger Taylor. The Darkness made waves playing on the pomp & showmanship of classic rock & roll at its peak, releasing only 2 albums during their initial run (Permission To Land & One Way Ticket To Hell...And Back) and two - 2012's Hot Cakes and 2015 LP Last of Our Kind, with their fifth album overall out this year. 'Love Is Only A Feeling'. 

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster for €25.90. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    13
    Oct
    2017

    Skream

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    London-based DJ/producer Skream brings his Open To Close tour after a sold-out run last year, which aims to bring the back-to-basics element of club culture back to the forefront. He performs on October 13, forsaking elaborate production for a solely music-focused set. Here's his Soundcloud.

    Tickets cost £17 from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Things kick off from 10.30pm.

  • Sat
    14
    Oct
    2017

    Hippo Campus

    The Academy 2

    Dublin

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    Having just released their debut album landmark, Minnesotan act Hippo Campus play the Academy 2 on October 14.

    The indie pop/rock quartet in their early 20s, released their debut album in February. Check out 'Way It Goes'.

    Tickets cost €15 and are available from Ticketmaster

  • Sat
    14
    Oct
    2017

    Amber Run

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Nottingham indie-pop five piece Amber Run play Whelan's on October 14. They released their second album, For A Moment, I Was Lost in February. 

    Tickets cost €17.50 from Ticketmaster & WAV Tickets. Doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Sat
    14
    Oct
    2017

    The Darkness

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    It's been almost 15 years since The Darkness' landed with their breakthrough debut album, and the band play Dublin's Academy on October 14.

    Consisting of Lowestoft brothers Justin & Dan Hawkins, charismatic bassist Frankie Poullain, and new drummer Rufus Tiger Taylor. The Darkness made waves playing on the pomp & showmanship of classic rock & roll at its peak, releasing only 2 albums during their initial run (Permission To Land & One Way Ticket To Hell...And Back) and two - 2012's Hot Cakes and 2015 LP Last of Our Kind, with their fifth album overall out this year. 'Love Is Only A Feeling'. 

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster for €30. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    14
    Oct
    2017

    Newton Faulkner

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    Acoustic guitar virtuoso Newton Faulkner plays the Limelight 2 in Belfast on October 14.

    Faulkner's debut album Hand Built By Robots was released in 2007 which saw him break out and reach number 1. He released Write It On Your Skin in 2012 and he made some history by live streaming the recording of his follow-up, Studio Zoo, for the 5 weeks it took to record in summer of 2013. He released his fifth album, Human Love in 2015, with another upcoming.

    Tickets are available for £22.50 from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm as it's an early show.

  • Sun
    15
    Oct
    2017

    The Darkness

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    It's been almost 15 years since The Darkness' landed with their breakthrough debut album, and they play Belfast's Limelight 1 on October 15.

    Consisting of Lowestoft brothers Justin & Dan Hawkins, charismatic bassist Frankie Poullain, and new drummer Rufus Tiger Taylor. The Darkness made waves playing on the pomp & showmanship of classic rock & roll at its peak, releasing only 2 albums during their initial run (Permission To Land & One Way Ticket To Hell...And Back) and two - 2012's Hot Cakes and 2015 LP Last of Our Kind, with their fifth album overall out this year. 'Love Is Only A Feeling'. 

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar for £22.50. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    15
    Oct
    2017

    Newton Faulkner

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Acoustic guitar virtuoso Newton Faulkner plays Whelan's on October 15.

    Faulkner's debut album Hand Built By Robots was released in 2007 which saw him break out and reach number 1. He released Write It On Your Skin in 2012 and he made some history by live streaming the recording of his follow-up, Studio Zoo, for the 5 weeks it took to record in summer of 2013. He released his fifth album, Human Love in 2015, with another upcoming.

    Tickets are available for €26.50 from Ticketmaster and WAV Tickets. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    15
    Oct
    2017

    The Dears

    The Grand Social

    Dublin

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    Montreal indie rock band The Dears play Dublin's Grand Social on October 15 in celebration of the release of their new album Times Infinity Volume One.

    Led by husband & wife duo Murray Lightburn & Natalia Yanchak, the act have been around since 1995, creating dark, orchestra pop with hefty Morrissey influence. Check out 'Lost In The Plot'.

    Tickets cost €20 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

     

  • Sun
    15
    Oct
    2017

    Tom McRae

    Green Room, The Academy

    Dublin

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    British singer-songwriter Tom McRae plays The Academy's Green Room on October 15 as part of a UK & Irish tour.

    Since his Mercury-nominated eponymous debut album in 2000, he's released 6 studio albums, each of which has been broadly acclaimed.

    Tickets cost €20 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Mon
    16
    Oct
    2017

    The Dears

    The Empire Music Hall

    Belfast

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    Montreal indie rock band The Dears play Belfast's Empire Music Hall on October 16 in celebration of the release of their new album Times Infinity Volume One.

    Led by husband & wife duo Murray Lightburn & Natalia Yanchak, the act have been around since 1995, creating dark, orchestra pop with hefty Morrissey influence. Check out 'Lost In The Plot'.

    Tickets cost £16 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

     

  • Mon
    16
    Oct
    2017

    The Horrors

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    Having just announced their fifth album, V, gothic synth/post-punk outfit The Horrors play the Mandela Hall on October 16.

    Having went quiet following previous album Luminous, the band - known for channelling different subsets of indie music for each record - veer into dance, trance & '80s pop on their latest, said to be the most progressive yet. Check out its first single 'Machine'.

    Tickets cost £20 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Mon
    16
    Oct
    2017

    The Breeders

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Four years on from a memorable show in the same venue, alternative rock legends The Breeders will play Dublin’s Vicar Street on October 16.

    Having recently been in the studio recording the follow-up to 2008’s Mountain Battles, quartet of Kim Deal, Kelley Deal, Josephine Wiggs and Jim Macperson will stop for the show as part of a forthcoming European tour that kicks off in Glasgow and culminates in Paris.

    Tickets for Vicar Street are priced €35, available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Mon
    16
    Oct
    2017

    Tom McRae

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    British singer-songwriter Tom McRae plays the Limelight 2 on October 16 as part of a UK & Irish tour.

    Since his Mercury-nominated eponymous debut album in 2000, he's released 6 studio albums, each of which has been broadly acclaimed.

    Tickets cost £12.50 from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    17
    Oct
    2017

    (Sandy) Alex G w/Ó

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Indie-pop artist (Sandy) Alex G plays Whelan's in support of his latest album, Rocket, on October 17.

    The Philadelphia youngster started out with self-released LPs before getting signed and touring and writing relentlessly. He was asked to play guitar with Frank Ocean on Blonde and Endless, which propelled his profile hugely, getting him signed with Domino. Despite his huge success, he's never lost that homespun sound. Watch the video for 'Bobby'.

    Supporting is Gabrielle Smith, aka Ó - check her out on Bandcamp.

    Tickets cost €16.50, from Ticketmaster & WAV Tickets. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    17
    Oct
    2017

    The Jesus & Mary Chain

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Scottish noise-pop legends The Jesus and Mary Chain play Vicar Street on October 17.

    Formed in East Kilbride, just outside Glasgow, by brothers William & Jim Reid, Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie brought them to the attention of Creation Records' Alan McGee. The band's debut album Psychocandy came out in 1983, which went on to be a quintessential album, helping create noise-pop & shoegaze. Here's the video for 'Just Like Honey'. This show comes following the release of their first album in almost 2 decades, Damage and Joy.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced €40. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    17
    Oct
    2017

    Badly Drawn Boy

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    UK singer-songwriter & Mercury Prizewinner Damon Gough, aka Badly Drawn Boy returns to Belfast, playing the Limelight 2 on October 17.

    It's been 17 years since the release of his award-winning debut album, The Hour of the Bewilderbeast, and since then he's soundtracked About A Boy and released three further studio albums. Last year, he released a deluxe version of his breakthrough. Check out the video for 'Year of the Rat'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar, priced at £21. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Wed
    18
    Oct
    2017

    W.A.S.P.

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    Glam-metal legends W.A.S.P. come to Ireland as part of their ReIdolized tour, celebrating the 25th anniversary of their album, The Crimson IdolThey play the Limelight 1 on October 18.

    Fronted by shock-rocker Blackie Lawless, they've sold over 12 million records and were constantly a target of the infamous '80s Parents Music Resource Centrer, pushing for warning labels on music. Check out the video for 'Wild Child'.

    Tickets, priced at £25, are available from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Wed
    18
    Oct
    2017

    J Cole

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    North Carolina hip-hop artist & producer J Cole plays Dublin's 3Arena on October 18 as part of his 4 Your Eyez Only tour.

    Gaining recognition after debut mixtape The Come Up in 2007, he was ultimately signed to Jay Z's Roc Nation label in 2009, going on to produce singles for the likes of Kendrick Lamar. He released his debut studio album Cole World: The Sideline Story in 2011, going platinum. He has developed several non-profit ventures, like the Dreamville Foundation and housing single mothers rent-free in his home in Fayetteville. Watch the video for 'False Prophets'.

    Tickets cost €54.65-€60.45 and are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    18
    Oct
    2017

    Badly Drawn Boy

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    UK singer-songwriter & Mercury Prizewinner Damon Gough, aka Badly Drawn Boy plays Whelan's on October 18.

    It's been 17 years since the release of his award-winning debut album, The Hour of the Bewilderbeast, and since then he's soundtracked About A Boy and released three further studio albums. Last year, he released a deluxe version of his breakthrough. Check out the video for 'Year of the Rat'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster and WAV Tickets, priced at €27.90. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    19
    Oct
    2017

    W.A.S.P.

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Glam-metal legends W.A.S.P. come to Ireland as part of their ReIdolized tour, celebrating the 25th anniversary of their album, The Crimson IdolThey play Dublin's Academy on October 19.

    Fronted by shock-rocker Blackie Lawless, they've sold over 12 million records and were constantly a target of the infamous '80s Parents Music Resource Centrer, pushing for warning labels on music. Check out the video for 'Wild Child'.

    Tickets, priced at €30, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Thu
    19
    Oct
    2017

    GoGo Penguin: Koyaanisqatsi [Live Score]

    The Sugar Club

    Dublin

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    On 19 October, Dublin's Sugar Club hosts GoGo Penguin's new score for Godfrey Reggio's cult film Koyaanisqatsi, in a live performance written in 2015, which garnered huge praise.

    The film, originally scored by Philip Glass, is a masterpiece of sonic and visual synchronicity, and this new score underscores the themes, and was commissioned and supported by HOME in Manchester, Film Hub North West Central, the BFI & PRS Foundation.

    Tickets are available from Sugar Club.

  • Thu
    19
    Oct
    2017

    Badly Drawn Boy

    Dolans Warehouse

    Limerick

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    UK singer-songwriter & Mercury Prizewinner Damon Gough, aka Badly Drawn Boy plays Dolans Warehouse on October 19.

    It's been 17 years since the release of his award-winning debut album, The Hour of the Bewilderbeast, and since then he's soundtracked About A Boy and released three further studio albums. Last year, he released a deluxe version of his breakthrough. Check out the video for 'Year of the Rat'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €27. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    20
    Oct
    2017

    Akercocke

    Voodoo

    Belfast

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    English extreme metal outfit Akercocke come to Belfast again on October 20 to play Voodoo. You might remember them as voices of reason in a particularly entertaining episode of Nolan Live in which the Bible Belt attempted to stop their show from happening.

    The Satanic masters have their sixth album, Renaissance in Extremis coming out this year, their first in a decade after a reunion last year which saw them return to Ireland. Check out their Bloodstock performance last year.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    20
    Oct
    2017

    Fatima Yamaha

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    Following a debut NI performance at Belfast's AVA Festival, Dutch producer Fatima Yamaha plays Belfast's Limelight 1 on October 20.

    Working in the underground under various aliases in the last few years, his hit 'What's A Girl To Do' elevated the name to the next level.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar, priced at £18. Doors open at 10pm.

  • Fri
    20
    Oct
    2017
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    21
    Oct
    2017

    St. Vincent

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    As part of her Fear The Future tour, Annie Clark aka St. Vincent plays Dublin's Olympia Theatre on October 20 & 21.

    The Oklahoma-born multi-instrumentalist alt. pop singer-songwriter started off as a member of the Polyphonic Spree, joining Sufjan Stevens' touring band before forming St. Vincent - her own project - in 2006. Since then, she's released an album with David Byrne, but her new record will be the first since her awesome eponymous 2014 album.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.

     

  • Sat
    21
    Oct
    2017

    Akercocke

    Voodoo Lounge

    Dublin

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    English extreme metal outfit Akercocke come to Dublin once more to play the Voodoo Lounge on October 21. You might remember them as voices of reason in a particularly entertaining episode of Nolan Live in which the Bible Belt attempted to stop their show from happening.

    The Satanic masters have their sixth album, Renaissance in Extremis coming out this year, their first in a decade after a reunion last year which saw them return to Ireland. Check out their Bloodstock performance last year.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €20. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    21
    Oct
    2017

    Fatima Yamaha

    District 8

    Dublin

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    Dutch producer Fatima Yamaha plays District 8 for Hidden Agenda & Subject on October 21.

    Working in the underground under various aliases in the last few years, his hit 'What's A Girl To Do' elevated the name to the next level.

    Tickets are available from Dice.fm, priced at €22. Doors open at 11pm.

  • Sat
    21
    Oct
    2017

    Slow Place Like Home Album Launch

    The Workman's Club

    Dublin

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    Donegal-based psychedelic electronic outfit Slow Place Like Home launch their new album with a show at The Workman's Club on October 21, the day after its release.

    Titled When I See You...Ice Cream!, it was written between Ballyshannon & Portugal, and follows up on 2015's Romola - check it out on Bandcamp. Check out their latest single, 'Echoes', featuring Whipping Boy's Fearghal McKee.

  • Sun
    22
    Oct
    2017

    Gov't Mule

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Southern rock jam band Gov't Mule play Dublin's Academy on October 22.

    Formed in 1994 as a side project for Allman Brothers Band guitarist Warren Haynes and bassist Allen Woody. Their debut album came out in 1995 and the band, veering into funk & blues, have released plenty, becoming a staple festival act in North America. Most recently, they've released tenth LP Revolution Come...Revolution Go, which they began recording on election day 2016.

    Tickets cost €34 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Mon
    23
    Oct
    2017
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    24
    Oct
    2017

    Perspectives: The Donny McCaslin Group

    National Concert Hall

    Dublin

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    Saxophonist and leader of David Bowie's Blackstar band, Donny McCaslin and his band play The Studio in the National Concert Hall as part of their Perspectives series on October 23 & 24.

    They release Beyond Now, an album dedicated to David Bowie, and influenced by their experience collaborating with him on his final - and one of his finest - albums. Check out the excellent BBC The Last Five Years documentary which covers the recording of the album and chemistry between the band and Bowie.

    Tickets are priced €20 from NCH.ie. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Mon
    23
    Oct
    2017

    Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    San Francisco garage-psych noiseniks Black Rebel Motorcycle Club return to return to Dublin, where they play at the Academy on October 23, ahead of their yet-to-be-titled eighth album.

    Formed in 1998 as The Elements, the band changed their name to fit a Marlon Brando character's club of the same name. Having started out as a noise-pop/neo-psych act on their first two albums, the trio gravitated towards garage & blues as they went along, the most recent being 2013's Specter at the Feast. Here's 'Stop'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €35. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Mon
    23
    Oct
    2017

    OMD w/Tiny Magnetic Pets

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    English electronic pop act Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark play a pair of Irish shows as they approach their 40th anniversary - they play Vicar Street on October 23.

    Formed in 1978, based around Andy McCluskey & Paul Humphreys, they released their influential debut single 'Electricity' in 1979, followed up by 1980 anti-war song 'Enola Gay'. Their Architecture & Morality LP solidified their status as one of new wave's premier acts. They continued on in 1989 after the departure of long-term members, before reuniting in 2005, during which time they've released three more albums, the most recent being this year's The Punishment of Luxury.

    Tickets are priced upwards of €40.05 from Ticketmaster

  • Tue
    24
    Oct
    2017

    Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    San Francisco garage-psych noiseniks Black Rebel Motorcycle Club return to Belfast to play the Limelight 1 on October 24, ahead of their yet-to-be-titled eighth album.

    Formed in 1998 as The Elements, the band changed their name to fit a Marlon Brando character's club of the same name. Having started out as a noise-pop/neo-psych act on their first two albums, the trio gravitated towards garage & blues as they went along, the most recent being 2013's Specter at the Feast. Here's 'Stop'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar, priced at £20. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    24
    Oct
    2017

    OMD w/Tiny Magnetic Pets

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    English electronic pop act Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark play a pair of Irish shows as they approach their 40th anniversary - they play Mandela Hall on October 24.

    Formed in 1978, based around Andy McCluskey & Paul Humphreys, they released their influential debut single 'Electricity' in 1979, followed up by 1980 anti-war song 'Enola Gay'. Their Architecture & Morality LP solidified their status as one of new wave's premier acts. They continued on in 1989 after the departure of long-term members, before reuniting in 2005, during which time they've released three more albums, the most recent being this year's The Punishment of Luxury.

    Tickets are priced upwards of £35 from Ticketmaster and QUB Students' Union reception. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    25
    Oct
    2017

    The Donny McCaslin Group

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    Saxophonist and leader of David Bowie's Blackstar band, Donny McCaslin and his band play Belfast's Limelight 2 as part of the Belfast International Arts Festival on October 25.

    They release Beyond Now, an album dedicated to David Bowie, and influenced by their experience collaborating with him on his final - and one of his finest - albums. Check out the excellent BBC The Last Five Years documentary which covers the recording of the album and chemistry between the band and Bowie.

    Tickets are priced £20 from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    26
    Oct
    2017

    Acid Mothers Temple w/Blumehaus

    Black Box

    Belfast

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    Once more, touring Japanese psychedelic legends Acid Mothers Temple come to Belfast, playing a show at the Black Box on October 26, which should be nothing short of galaxy-crushing.

    There are many offshoots of the act, who perform often in robes, and formed in 1995. Now a collective, they have their own record label to document their activities, and genre touchstones include experimental rock, psych, space rock, drone, noise and prog. The outfit is formed around Kawabata Makoto, with over 30 members, some famous, some unknown, some musicians, artists, dancers and farmers.

     

    Support comes from Belfast psych band Blumehaus - check out The Mystery Of Sleep EP.

    Tickets cost £12 from the Black Box. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    27
    Oct
    2017

    Orange Goblin & Zlatanera

    Voodoo Lounge

    Dublin

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    Prolific London stoner metallers Orange Goblin play Dublin's Voodoo Lounge on October 27 as one of a run of 3 Irish dates. 

    Formed in 1995, they started out as stoner doom, before incorporating elements of punk and more to their sound. Having released eight albums to date, they're to return this year with a new one. Check out Time Travelling Blues.

    Supporting are Belfast groovy stoner doom five piece Zlatanera. Check them out on Bandcamp.

  • Fri
    27
    Oct
    2017

    Fangclub & The Wood Burning Savages

    McHugh's Bar

    Belfast

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    Dublin trio Fangclub play their first Belfast headline show at McHugh's Basement on October 27.

    The Dublin trio celebrate the release of their eponymous debut album - check out recent single, 'Bad Words' - which as well as the obvious Nirvana and Biffy Clyro comparisons, they've got a slack, Weezer sensibility to them.

    Support comes from Derry art-pop quartet and excellent live unit The Wood Burning Savages - check out 'We Love You'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at £9.75. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    28
    Oct
    2017

    Orange Goblin & Zlatanera

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    Prolific London stoner metallers Orange Goblin play Belfast's Limelight 2 on October 28 as one of a run of 3 Irish dates. 

    Formed in 1995, they started out as stoner doom, before incorporating elements of punk and more to their sound. Having released eight albums to date, they're to return this year with a new one. Check out Time Travelling Blues.

    Supporting are Belfast groovy stoner doom five piece Zlatanera. Check them out on bandcamp.

    Tickets are available from Katy's Bar & Ticketmaster.

  • Sat
    28
    Oct
    2017

    Aimee Mann

    National Stadium

    Dublin

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    Americana singer-songwriter Aimee Mann returns to Ireland for a show at Dublin's National Stadium on October 28.

    Her first album in five years, Mental Illness, tackles the great social and health problem of our time, and has been widely hailed as a return to form. Previously, she soundtracked Paul Thomas Anderson masterwork Magnolia, as well as appearing in the Big Lebowski, and Mental Health is her ninth solo album.

    Tickets cost €40 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    28
    Oct
    2017
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    30
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    2017

    Steely Dan w/The Doobie Brothers

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    Sure, the L word gets flung around too freely these days but bona fide, undisputed, watertight music music legends Steely Dan and The Doobie Brothers will team up for 2 dates at Dublin’s 3Arena on October 28 & 30 - the latter date added due to demand.

    Most beloved for their high fidelity, jazz-flecked studio masterpiece Aja, Steely Dan are a supergroup led by Donald Fagen and Walter Becker, who have sold over 40 million albums. In the meantime, re-acquaint yourself with 'Reelin in the Years' and supporting R&B radio legends the Doobs' 'What A Fool Believes'.

    Tickets aren't cheap, priced from €78.50-€128.50 from Ticketmaster, but this will be a quick seller. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    28
    Oct
    2017

    Fozzy w/Hardcore Superstar, Madame Mayhem & Last Band

    Tivoli Theatre

    Dublin

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    Hard rockers, fronted by wrestling legend Chris Jericho, Fozzy play Dublin's Tivilo Theatre on October 28.

    Formed in 1999 by Y2J and guitarist Rich Ward, their seventh album Judas is out this year - check out their biggest tune, 'Enemy'.

    Support comes from Hardcore SuperstarMadame Mayhem and Last Band.

    Tickets cost €25 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 5.45pm.

  • Sat
    28
    Oct
    2017
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    29
    Oct
    2017

    Metropolis Festival 2017

    The RDS

    Dublin

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    The first wave of announcements for this year's Metropolis Festival at the RDS have been made. Taking place over the October Bank Holiday weekend of Saturday 28 & Sunday 29, it will again feature music, installations, performance and talks.

    So far, the confirmed acts are TLC - in their first ever Irish show - Richie HawtinLeftfield performing LeftismJungleDeath In VegasMount KimbieBonzaiDJ Deece and the ever-rising Booka Brass Band.

    The award-winning festival is now in its third year and will feature six stages of cross-platform art & performances.

    Tickets are on sale now at various pricing tiers, starting at €99.50, available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 4pm Saturday and 3pm Sunday.

  • Sat
    28
    Oct
    2017

    Jah Wobble's Invaders of the Heart

    Maple Leaf Club

    Belfast

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    The man who brought the dub to post-punk, Jah Wobble and his Invaders of the Heart play East Belfast venue, the Maple Leaf Club, on October 28.

    Best known as the bassist of the finest era of Public Image Ltd, Wobble has also contributed hugely to art-rock's finest over the years, working with the likes of Primal Scream, Can's Jaki Liebezeit, Massive Attack & Bjork. He's founded his own label - 30 Hertz Records - recorded with the Chinese Dub Orchestra, a supergroup with PiL comrades & Killing Joke's Geordie Walker and countless others. This show is not to be missed. Check them out Live on KEXP.

    Tickets cost £15 and are available from WeGotTickets. Doors open at 9pm.

  • Sun
    29
    Oct
    2017

    Fozzy w/Hardcore Superstar, Madame Mayhem & Last Band

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    Hard rockers, fronted by wrestling legend Chris Jericho, Fozzy play the Limelight 2 on October 29.

    Formed in 1999 by Y2J and guitarist Rich Ward, their seventh album Judas is out this year - check out their biggest tune, 'Enemy'.

    Support comes from Hardcore SuperstarMadame Mayhem and Last Band.

    Tickets cost £20 from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar. Doors open at 6pm.

  • Sun
    29
    Oct
    2017

    Samhain 2017: Liam Gallagher, The Strypes & Touts

    Weston Airport

    Dublin

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    The lesser, yet more charismatic of the brothers Oasis, Liam Gallagher headlines the Samhain Festival in Dublin's Weston Airport on October 29.

    This is his first year as a bona fide solo act, with debut album As You Were coming out earlier in the month - check out the debut single, 'Wall of Glass'.

    Supporting are Cavan indie & classic R&B-loving youngsters The Strypes, now on their third album, as well as the hotly-tipped young Derry indie-punks Touts.

    Tickets, priced €59.50, are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Sun
    29
    Oct
    2017

    Fangclub [Matinee & Evening Performances]

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Dublin trio Fangclub play a pair of shows on Bank Holiday Sunday, October 29th, at Whelan's.

    The Dublin trio celebrate the release of their eponymous debut album - check out recent single, 'Bad Words' - which as well as the obvious Nirvana comparisons, they've got a slack, Weezer sensibility to them.

    The matinee performance is an over 14's show, costs €8 and opens at 3pm, while the evening performance opens at 8pm, with tickets costing €13. They're available from TicketmasterWAV Tickets & Katy's Bar.

  • Mon
    30
    Oct
    2017

    Joey Bada$$

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Young Brooklyn rapper Joey Bada$$ plays Dublin's Academy on October 30.

    The 20 year old released his debut album - which was the no. 1 rap album that week in the US - B4.DA.$$ in 2015, preceded by his three early mixtapes, released on Pro Era - the hip-hop collective of which he is the founder. This show comes as part of his All Amerikkkan Bada$$ World Tour following the release of his excellent album of the same name.

    Here's the charged 'Land of the Free'.

    Tickets, priced at €36.50, are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Tue
    31
    Oct
    2017

    Little Dragon

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Touring in support of their recent fifth full-length studio album, Season High, Swedish electronic quartet Little Dragon will play their first Irish show in three years when they hit up Dublin’s Vicar Street on Hallowe’en night.

    Watch the video for 'High'.

    Tickets for the show are priced at €24.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Tue
    31
    Oct
    2017

    An Evening With Foy Vance

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Singer-songwriter Foy Vance plays Dublin's Olympia Theatre on October 31, having released his third album, The Wild Swan last year. Expect this 'Evening With...' tour format to see him perform solo on guitar and piano across a broad range of exquisite venues in the UK & Ireland.

    He has to date released 3 albums, with a large number of EPs coming in between, since his 2000 debut Blueprints EP. His second album, 2013's Joy Of Nothing won the Northern Ireland Music Prize, and last year he worked with Ben Affleck on his latest film, Live By Night for the credits song - check out the video for new single, 'She Burns'.

    Tickets are priced from €23.50, available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    01
    Nov
    2017

    London Grammar

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    English atmospheric synth-pop act London Grammar play the Olympia Theatre on November 1.

    The trio released a debut EP in 2013, followed by their debut album moths later. They've this year released their new LP, Truth Is A Beautiful Thing. Frontwoman Hannah Reid has been compared to the likes of Florence Welch, with 'verb-soaked arrangements that could as easily soundtrack a motion picture.

    Tickets cost €40.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Thu
    02
    Nov
    2017

    London Grammar

    Waterfront Hall

    Belfast

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    English atmospheric synth-pop act London Grammar play Belfast's Waterfront Hall on November 2.

    The trio released a debut EP in 2013, followed by their debut album moths later. They've this year released their new LP, Truth Is A Beautiful Thing. Frontwoman Hannah Reid has been compared to the likes of Florence Welch, with 'verb-soaked arrangements that could as easily soundtrack a motion picture.

    Tickets cost £35.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Thu
    02
    Nov
    2017

    BNQT

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Indie supergroup BNQT play their first Irish show at Vicar Street on November 2.

    Conceived of and led by Midlake's Eric Pulido, they're a self-described 'poor man's Travelling Wilburys', and feature Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos, Grandaddy's Jason Lyttle, Travis & Band of Horses, with more members of Midlake providing band duties. It pays loving tribute to the '70s AM radio. Their debut album, Volume 1 came out this year.

    Tickets are available, priced at €26.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    03
    Nov
    2017

    ICP: International Composers Pool

    The MAC

    Belfast

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    Moving On Music have made a special booking at The MAC on November 3, when they welcome the Instant Composers Pool to Belfast.

    Founded 50 years ago by Hans Bennink, the ICP is an internationally renowned collective of Dutch composer-improviser-instrumentalists, and nothing exists quite like it. Since 1967, the revolving orchestra has collaborated with huge names of the experimental music world. Each performance is decided by the band minutes before performing, shifting from ragtime to swing, bop, free jazz, classical, carnival and more.

    Check out the video for 'Steigerpijp'.

    Tickets, priced £17 or £12 concession, are available here. Doors open at 7.45pm.

  • Fri
    03
    Nov
    2017

    Shabazz Palaces

    The Sugar Club

    Dublin

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    Seattle hip-hop duo Shabazz Palaces play a ChoiceCuts show at the Sugar Club on November 3.

    Comprising Ishmael Butler - also of Digable Planets - and multi-instrumentalist Tendai 'Baba' Maraire, they've been active since 2009, doubling their LP tally this July, when they released two new albums on Sub Pop. Check out their sci-fi hip-hopera, Quazarz: Born on a Gangster Star.

    Tickets, priced €20, are available from The Sugar Club. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    04
    Nov
    2017

    Hidden Agenda: Com Truise [Live]

    Button Factory

    Dublin

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    Hidden Agenda bring American producer Com Truise for his first Dublin headline show since 2011, to play the Button Factory on November 4.

    Check out new single 'Isostasy'.

    Tickets are available from Eventbrite, priced from €11. Doors open at 11pm.

  • Sun
    05
    Nov
    2017

    Logic

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

     

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    Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, aka Logic plays his first Dublin show on November 5 at the Olympia Theatre.

    With a name like that, his early Young, Broke & Infamous mixtape seems fairly tongue-in-cheek given that he was signed to Def Jam in 2014, he achieved a huge number of accolades and awards for debut album Under Pressure. His third album Everybody is just out, featuring the likes of Killer Mike, Chuck D and Neil de Grasse Tyson.

    Tickets cost €26 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Mon
    06
    Nov
    2017

    Zola Jesus

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Nika Roza Danilova, aka Zola Jesus returns to Dublin on November 6, when she plays Whelan's.

    Having existed under the pseudonym for over a decade now, her sixth album, Okavi is primarily driven by electronics, with her industrial & gothic tinges putting her in the same darkly exploratory experimental bracket as avant-garde acts like Diamanda Galás, Throbbing Gristle & Swans. Check out 'Soak'.

    Tickets cost €22 from WAV Tickets. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    08
    Nov
    2017
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    09
    Nov
    2017

    Alice Cooper

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    King of Shock Rock Alice Cooper plays two nights at the Olympia Theatre on November 8 & 9.

    Best known for 'Poison', 'I'm Eighteen' and 'No More Mr Nice Guy', he's also released some brilliant albums, like 1973's platinum-selling glam rock Billion Dollar Babies. You're guaranteed an incredible performance from the now-69 year old in what is quite possibly his final Irish performance.

    Tickets are priced from €54.50 upwards from Ticketmaster - and boy do they rocket upwards. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Wed
    08
    Nov
    2017

    The Amazons

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Reading rock quartet The Amazons play Whelan's for the second time in 2017 on November 8, as part of their debut album tour.

    They have a strong, growing live reputation - check out their recent single 'Junk Food Forever'.

    Tickets cost €19.90 from Ticketmaster and WAV Tickets. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Thu
    09
    Nov
    2017

    The Amazons

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    Reading rock quartet The Amazons play their second Belfast show of the year on November 9 at Limelight 2 as part of their debut album tour.

    They have a strong, growing live reputation - check out their recent single 'Junk Food Forever'.

    Tickets cost £15 from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    11
    Nov
    2017

    God's Waiting Room: Jane Weaver

    Maple Leaf Club

    Belfast

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    Strange Victory brings Jane Weaver to Maple Leaf Club night God's Waiting Room on November 11.

    This comes following her latest album, Modern Kosmology, billed as the sound of a scientist of popular song gone rogue, as it takes in krautrock, punk, new-wave and synth music. She performs, much like Can's Damo Suzuki, within the realms of the avant-garde and works as a sound-carrier. Check out 'Slow Motion'.

    Tickets cost £12 from WeGotTickets. Doors open at 9pm.

  • Sun
    12
    Nov
    2017

    Akala

    The Sugar Club

    Dublin

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    London poet, rapper & social commentator Akala performs at the Sugar Club on November 12.

    Winner of best hip-hop act at the MOBOs in '06, his sister is Ms. Dynamite, and his activism comes from his half Scottish, half Jamaican parentage. He's written for the Guardian, is a strong advocate of equality and veganism. Having put out a decade-long retrospective last year, his latest release was July's Visions EP. Check it all out live in the studio.

    Tickets cost €15 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    14
    Nov
    2017

    Every Time I Die w/Knocked Loose & Higher Power

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Hardcore fans rejoice: Every Time I Die play Whelan's on November 14.

    Having been around since 1998, consistently releasing and touring, their eighth album, Low Teens, came out in 2016, dabbling from post-hardcore, metalcore, hardcore and southern rock.

    Supporting are Knocked Loose and Higher Power.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, WAV Tickets, the Sound Cellar and the usual spots, priced €19. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    14
    Nov
    2017

    Pins

    Voodoo

    Belfast

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    Manchester noise-punk quintet Pins play Belfast's Voodoo on November 14. 

    They've toured with Sleater-Kinney, Best Coast, Wire & Warpaint, having released their debut album Girls Like Us in 2013 on Bella Union after forming in 2011 by frontwoman Faith Holgate. Here's 'Aggrophobe', featuring little known Detroit figurehead Iggy Pop, taken off their Bad Thing EP, from this year, recorded at the Rancho De La Luna.

    Tickets cost £12 and are available from Shine, Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 8pm.

     

  • Wed
    15
    Nov
    2017

    Pins

    Róisín Dubh

    Galway

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    Manchester noise-punk quintet Pins play Galway's Róisín Dubh as part of a run of Irish dates - their first in 3 years. They play on November 15.

    They've toured with Sleater-Kinney, Best Coast, Wire & Warpaint, having released their debut album Girls Like Us in 2013 on Bella Union after forming in 2011 by frontwoman Faith Holgate. Here's 'Aggrophobe', featuring little known Detroit figurehead Iggy Pop, taken off their Bad Thing EP, from this year, recorded at the Rancho De La Luna.

    Tickets are available from the venue.

  • Thu
    16
    Nov
    2017

    Cigarettes After Sex

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    Brooklyn ambient pop act Cigarettes After Sex play Belfast's Limelight 2 on November 16.

    Formed by songwriter Greg Gonzalez in 2008, the noirish pop outfit have crafted an online word-of-mouth following, wisely releasing music via YouTube & in short form singles & EPs - check out their breakthrough debut single 'Nothing's Gonna Hurt You Baby'. They're due to release their debut album this year through Partisan Records.

    Tickets cost £19 and are available from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Thu
    16
    Nov
    2017

    Pins

    Cyprus Avenue

    Cork

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    Manchester noise-punk quintet Pins play Cyprus Avenue as part of a run of Irish dates - their first in 3 years. They play on November 16.

    They've toured with Sleater-Kinney, Best Coast, Wire & Warpaint, having released their debut album Girls Like Us in 2013 on Bella Union after forming in 2011 by frontwoman Faith Holgate. Here's 'Aggrophobe', featuring little known Detroit figurehead Iggy Pop, taken off their Bad Thing EP, from this year, recorded at the Rancho De La Luna.

    Tickets are available from Cyprus Avenue.

  • Thu
    16
    Nov
    2017

    Brand New

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Having just announced their fifth album, Fifth Album, alternative/emo quartet Brand New return to Ireland to play the Olympia Theatre on November 16.

    The Long Island-based band formed in 2000 and have released four albums to date, with 2006's sprawling The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me standing tall as their magnum opus. Fifth Album follows last year's 3 Demos, Reworked EP, and is their first since 2009's Daisy

    Here's 'Sic Transit Gloria'.

    Tickets, priced at €35.50, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    17
    Nov
    2017

    Opeth w/Enslaved

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    Swedish prog-metal legends Opeth play Belfast's Limelight 1 on November 17.

    Formed in 1989, they have released 12 albums over the years, along the way reinventing metal with the likes of Blackwater Park and Watershed, which broke them in America. They've sold over 1.5 million LP, having just released new album, Sorceress. Check out the title track.

    Support comes from Norwegian extreme metal outfit Enslaved. Watch the video for 'The Watcher'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar, priced at £29.50. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    17
    Nov
    2017

    Cigarettes After Sex

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Brooklyn ambient pop act Cigarettes After Sex play Dublin's Academy in a venue upgrade due to demand after Whelan's was announced, for November 17.

    Formed by songwriter Greg Gonzalez in 2008, the noirish pop outfit have crafted an online word-of-mouth following, wisely releasing music via YouTube & in short form singles & EPs - check out their breakthrough debut single 'Nothing's Gonna Hurt You Baby'. They're due to release their debut album this year through Partisan Records.

    Tickets cost €20.90 and are available from WAV Tickets & Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    17
    Nov
    2017

    Pins

    The Academy 2

    Dublin

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    Manchester noise-punk quintet Pins play Dublin's Academy 2 on November 27.

    They've toured with Sleater-Kinney, Best Coast, Wire & Warpaint, having released their debut album Girls Like Us in 2013 on Bella Union after forming in 2011 by frontwoman Faith Holgate. Here's 'Aggrophobe', featuring little known Detroit figurehead Iggy Pop, taken off their Bad Thing EP, from this year, recorded at the Rancho De La Luna.

    Tickets cost €15.35 and are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

     

  • Sat
    18
    Nov
    2017

    Opeth w/Enslaved

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Swedish prog-metal legends Opeth play Dublin's Academy on November 18.

    Formed in 1989, they have released 12 albums over the years, along the way reinventing metal with the likes of Blackwater Park and Watershed, which broke them in America. They've sold over 1.5 million LP, having just released new album, Sorceress. Check out the title track.

    Support comes from Norwegian extreme metal outfit Enslaved. Watch the video for 'The Watcher'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €35.

  • Sat
    18
    Nov
    2017

    Morbid Angel

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    American death metal act Morbid Angel play Belfast's Limelight 2 on November 18.

    Based in Tampa, they're one of the original death metal acts signed to Earache Records, being heavily involved in the evolution of death metal from thrash through to it's more extreme current incarnation. Their first four albums, like many of their peers, are considered classics of the genre. They announced in 2015 that original frontman/bassist Steve Tucker would be returning to his role.

    Here's the video for 'Blessed Are The Sick'.

    Tickets cost £20 from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 6.30pm as it's an early show.

  • Sat
    18
    Nov
    2017

    Protomartyr, Sauna Youth & Oh Boland

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Following the release of their first album on Domino Records, post-punks Protomartyr play Whelan's on November 18.

    The moody Detroit quartet are led by the acerbic self-deprecation of frontman Joe Casey, having recently announced fourth album, Relatives In Descent. Watch the video for new single, 'A Private Understanding'.

    Sharing the bill are London post-punks Sauna Youth - check them out on Bandcamp.

    Opening up are Tuam garage rockers Oh Boland. Having released their debut album, Spilt Milk last year, they're to release the follow-up, Cheap Things this year.

    Tickets cost €16.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sat
    18
    Nov
    2017

    Left Lane Cruiser, Waldorf and Cannon, Duellists & Bosco Ramos

    Oh Yeah Centre

    Belfast

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    Indiana blues rock duo Left Lane Cruiser play the Oh Yeah Music Centre on November 18. Releasing records for over a decade, the pair never stop, with the latest being this year's Claw Machine Wizard. Here's the title track.

    Supporting are simultaneously-multi-instrumental Derry garage-blues duo Waldorf & Cannon - Bronx-recalling trio Duellists - check their Bandcamp - and riff-fuelled, Belfast bass-and-drums duo Bosco Ramos watch the video for 'Rolling Sea'.

    Tickets cost £12 from WeGotTickets. Doors open at 9pm.

  • Wed
    22
    Nov
    2017

    Mac DeMarco

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Incumbent king of slacker indie-pop Mac DeMarco comes to Ireland to play Vicar Street on November 22 at the end of a thorough European tour, following his last appearance in 2015 at Electric Picnic.

    With his fifth record This Old Dog out this year, he's matured his sound from lo-fi psychedelic jangle-pop into that of more solemn & acoustic reflection. Check out 'Pepperoni Playboy: A Macumentary' and single from his new album, 'My Old Man'.

    Tickets cost €25 from Ticketmaster.

  • Wed
    22
    Nov
    2017

    Richard Dawson & Band w/Katie Kim

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    One of the most singular modern English folk songwriters, the absolutely incredible Richard Dawson performs with a full band at Whelan's on November 22.

    Richard Dawson has been described by The Guardian as the 'English folk equivalent of Captain Beefheart's deconstruction of the blues'. No small feat for the rootsy, imperfect, heartfelt - without ever breaking into cliché - singer-songwriter, who has gained some impressive, reputable fans in the last few years, including the likes of Stewart Lee. Check out this incredible session performance of 'Wooden Bag'. His new album, Peasant, painstakingly researched, draws parallels between civilisation centuries ago and ourselves and comes with certified acclaim. Check out 'Ogre'.

    Support comes from Waterford artist Katie Sullivan, aka Katie Kim, Check out her ethereal, slowcore, ambient drone-folk album Salt on Bandcamp.

    Tickets are available from Billetto, priced at €16.50. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    23
    Nov
    2017

    Jacob Collier

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    The incredibly young North London jazz musician Jacob Collier plays The Academy on November 23.

    Discovered when his homemade split-screen covers on YouTube went viral and subsequently signed up to Quincy Jones' management agency, he fuses elements of jazz, soul, a cappella, folk, classical and plenty more. He's currently working on commissioned arrangements for high-calibre orchestras and bands around the world, being featured on Snarky Puppy recordings. His debut album In My Room came out last year, reaching #1 on several key jazz charts. Check out 'Hideaway'. 

    Tickets cost €27 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 6.30pm.

  • Thu
    23
    Nov
    2017

    Richard Dawson & Band

    Black Box

    Belfast

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    One of the most singular modern English folk songwriters, the absolutely incredible Richard Dawson performs for Moving On Music in Belfast's Black Box on November 23, for the first time accompanied by a full band.

    Richard Dawson has been described by The Guardian as the 'English folk equivalent of Captain Beefheart's deconstruction of the blues'. No small feat for the rootsy, imperfect, heartfelt - without ever breaking into cliché - singer-songwriter, who has gained some impressive, reputable fans in the last few years, including the likes of Stewart Lee. Check out this incredible session performance of 'Wooden Bag'. His new album, Peasant, painstakingly researched, draws parallels between civilisation centuries ago and ourselves and comes with certified acclaim. Check out 'Ogre'.

    Tickets cost £15, or £10 concession from Moving On Music. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    23
    Nov
    2017

    Pussy Riot: Riot Days

    The Button Factory

    Dublin

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    Five years on from their highly-reported performance at Moscow’s Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Russian feminist protest punk rock group Pussy Riot play shows in Ireland later this year, performing at the Button Factory on November 23, in a show that marries punk, electronica, theatre, documentary footage and protest.

    Riot Days – which accompanies band member Maria Alyokhina’s written memoir of the same name – is a show directed by Russian theatre director Yury Muravitsky that traces the story of the band’s notorious guerilla protest and what followed in the aftermath.

    Check out 'Make America Great Again'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced €20. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Fri
    24
    Nov
    2017

    Shed Seven w/Cast

    The Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Return to the glory days of Britpop on November 24th at the Olympia, when Shed Seven headline ahead of the release of a new album.

    This new album comes after two years of writing and 16 years since their last album. Formed in York in 1990, they never reached the level of popularity of Blur or Oasis, but their shoegaze-tinged Britpop spawned 16 top 40 hits, peaking with 'Going For Gold'.

    Supporting are Britpop band Cast.

    Tickets, priced from €29.50-€34.50, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    24
    Nov
    2017

    Queens of the Stone Age

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    One of the flagbearers of modern rock, Queens of the Stone Age, play the 3Arena in their first Irish show in over 3 years on November 24.

    This follows the news of their seventh album, Villians, almost two decades 0n from their prototypical robot rock of their 1998 debut. Its predecessor ...Like Clockwork gave the band their first US #1 album, seeing the band mature and collaborate with pop artits. Villains sees the band pair with Mark Ronson to record what's sure to be a massive hit with the radio. Check out the first track to be unveiled, 'Face The Truth'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster for €50.65. Doors open at 6pm.

  • Fri
    24
    Nov
    2017

    Pussy Riot: Riot Days

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    Five years on from their highly-reported performance at Moscow’s Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Russian feminist protest punk rock group Pussy Riot play shows in Ireland later this year, performing at Belfast's Mandela Hall on November 24 in a show that marries punk, electronica, theatre, documentary footage and protest.

    Riot Days – which accompanies band member Maria Alyokhina’s written memoir of the same name – is a show directed by Russian theatre director Yury Muravitsky that traces the story of the band’s notorious guerilla protest and what followed in the aftermath.

    Check out 'Make America Great Again'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster and the QUB Students' Union, priced £19. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    26
    Nov
    2017

    Royal Blood w/At The Drive-In & Black Honey

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    One of the biggest British rock bands going, Royal Blood play the 3Arena on November 26.

    Breaking through with their eponymous 2014 debut album, they follow up with How Did We Get So Dark? in June, was written and recorded across several cities, including LA, Brighton, Nashville & Brussels.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced from €32.50.

  • Mon
    27
    Nov
    2017

    Wolf Alice

    Ulster Hall

    Belfast

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    London alt. rock quartet Wolf Alice play a pair of dates in Ireland as part of their forthcoming European tour, returning to the Ulster Hall on November 27. 

    They released their debut album, My Love Is Cool, following 2013 & 2014 EPs. They started out as a duo in 2010, featuring frontwoman Ellie Roswell and guitarist Joff Oddie, with a more folk-tinged pop elements. As they expanded to a four piece, more '90s grunge comparisons started to take root, leading to their current off-kilter indie-rock sound, and new album Visions of a Life in September.

    Check out 'Yuk Foo'.

    Tickets are priced from £23.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Mon
    27
    Nov
    2017

    Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    Former Gallows & Pure Love frontman Frank Gallows plays with his latest band, The Rattlesnakes at Mandela Hall on November 27.

    Formed in 2015 after previous act Pure Love's hiatus, Carter's new band have released two albums. The most recent, this year's Modern Ruin, came out this year and has earned him his place as a major British punk force. Check out 'Lullaby'.

    Tickets cost £18.50 from Ticketmaster and the QUB Students' Union. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Tue
    28
    Nov
    2017

    Sun Kil Moon

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Having released his eighth studio album, Common as Light and Love Are Red Valleys of Blood, back in February, Mark Kozelek, aka Sun Kil Moon will play Dublin’s Vicar Street on November 28.

    The show will be fully-seated and come at the end of a European tour that will see Kozelek and his band play eleven countries in seventeen days. Check out the live version of 'Richard Ramirez Died Today of Natural Causes' from his career-defining Benji.

    Tickets are priced €29.80 from Ticketmaster.

  • Tue
    28
    Nov
    2017

    Wolf Alice

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    London alt. rock quartet Wolf Alice play a pair of dates in Ireland as part of their forthcoming European tour, returning to the Olympia Theatre on November 28. 

    They released their debut album, My Love Is Cool, following 2013 & 2014 EPs. They started out as a duo in 2010, featuring frontwoman Ellie Roswell and guitarist Joff Oddie, with a more folk-tinged pop elements. As they expanded to a four piece, more '90s grunge comparisons started to take root, leading to their current off-kilter indie-rock sound, and new album Visions of a Life in September.

    Check out 'Yuk Foo'.

    Tickets are priced from €27.90 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    28
    Nov
    2017

    Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes

    Tivoli Theatre

    Dublin

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    Former Gallows & Pure Love frontman Frank Gallows plays with his latest band, The Rattlesnakes at the Tivoli Theatre on November 28.

    Formed in 2015 after previous act Pure Love's hiatus, Carter's new band have released two albums. The most recent, this year's Modern Ruin, came out this year and has earned him his place as a major British punk force. Check out 'Lullaby'.

    Tickets cost €22 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    01
    Dec
    2017

    The Undertones

    The Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    Iconic Derry punk-pop hitmakers The Undertones are to play Belfast's Limelight 1 on December 1.

    This follows the 35th anniversary of the band's breakthrough single and John Peel's obituary, 'Teenage Kicks', which they marked with a new greatest hits album - An Introduction to The Undertones, packaged with some essential video content like Teenage Kicks: The Story of The Undertonesa documentary on the band. Formed by five friends in 1977, the band's success has been somewhat rejuvenated since the release of Terri Hooley semi-biopic Good Vibrations in 2012.

    Tickets are available from Katy's Bar & Ticketmaster, priced at £18.50. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    01
    Dec
    2017

    Peter Hook & The Light play 'Substance'

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    The current project of the erstwhile Joy Division & New Order bassist & guitarist, Peter Hook and the Light, play the Dublin Academy on December 1.

    The act are best known for performing entire albums from Hook's back catalogue live in their entirety, including Unknown Pleasures, Closer and Power, Corruption & Lies over the years, but this time they're to play New Order & Joy Division Substance albums - one being issued in 1988 featuring Joy Division from 1977-1980, with New Order's separate album of the same name coming out in 1987, compiling all the band's 12" singles with B-sides from 1981-1987.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €25. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    02
    Dec
    2017

    The Undertones

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Iconic Derry punk-pop hitmakers The Undertones are to play Dublin's The Academy on December 2.

    This follows their 40th anniversary as a band last year, which they marked with a new greatest hits album - An Introduction to The Undertones, packaged with some essential video content like Teenage Kicks: The Story of The Undertonesa documentary on the band. Formed by five friends in 1977, the band's success has been somewhat rejuvenated since the release of Terri Hooley semi-biopic Good Vibrations in 2012.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €25. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    02
    Dec
    2017

    Peter Hook & The Light play 'Substance'

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    The current project of the erstwhile Joy Division & New Order bassist & guitarist, Peter Hook and the Light, play Belfast's Limelight 1 on December 2.

    The act are best known for performing entire albums from Hook's back catalogue live in their entirety, including Unknown Pleasures, Closer and Power, Corruption & Lies over the years, but this time they're to play New Order & Joy Division Substance albums - one being issued in 1988 featuring Joy Division from 1977-1980, with New Order's separate album of the same name coming out in 1987, compiling all the band's 12" singles with B-sides from 1981-1987.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar, priced at £22.50. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    02
    Dec
    2017

    Algiers

    The Grand Social

    Dublin

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    Socially active post-punk/gospel quartet Algiers play The Grand Social on December 2.

    Oft-described as dystopian soul, their recent input has been instilled with the principles of the Black Panther movement, as well as systematic oppression. Check out the new single 'Cleveland' from their acclaimed second album, The Underside of Power.

    Tickets cost €14.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    02
    Dec
    2017

    Robert Plant

    Ulster Hall

    Belfast

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    Following the release of his forthcoming new album, Carry Fire, Led Zeppelin legend Robert Plant will play two Irish dates in early December, playing the Ulster Hall on December 2.

    Accompanied by the Sensational Shape Shifters - a band comprising John Baggott on keyboards, moog, loops, percussion, drums, brass arrangement, t’bal, snare drum, slide guitar, piano, electric piano, bendir; Justin Adams on guitar, acoustic guitar, oud, E-bow quartet, percussion, snare drum, tambourine; Dave Smith on bendir, tambourine, djembe, drum kit; and Liam “Skin” Tyson on dobro, guitar, acoustic guitar, pedal steel, twelve-string.

    Carry Fire is Plant's eleventh solo album of a distinguished career that's held water on its own merit, blending rootsy styles from the world over, with a cry that arguably holds up better than it did in the latter Zeppelin years. Here's 'The May Queen'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster,

  • Sun
    03
    Dec
    2017

    Robert Plant

    Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

    Dublin

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    Following the release of his forthcoming new album, Carry Fire, Led Zeppelin legend Robert Plant will play two Irish dates in early December, the latter of which takes place on December 3 at Dublin's Bord Gáis Energy Theatre.

    Accompanied by the Sensational Shape Shifters - a band comprising John Baggott on keyboards, moog, loops, percussion, drums, brass arrangement, t’bal, snare drum, slide guitar, piano, electric piano, bendir; Justin Adams on guitar, acoustic guitar, oud, E-bow quartet, percussion, snare drum, tambourine; Dave Smith on bendir, tambourine, djembe, drum kit; and Liam “Skin” Tyson on dobro, guitar, acoustic guitar, pedal steel, twelve-string.

    Carry Fire is Plant's eleventh solo album of a distinguished career that's held water on its own merit, blending rootsy styles from the world over, with a cry that arguably holds up better than it did in the latter Zeppelin years. Here's 'The May Queen'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster,

  • Sun
    03
    Dec
    2017

    Destroyer

    The Button Factory

    Dublin

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    Vancouver band Destroyer play The Button Factory on December 3.

    Formed in 1996 as a lo-fi home-recording project by Dan Bejar, the project gradually gained the traction to hire an actual producer, eventually signing to Merge Records. October sees the release of their twelfth album, ken. Check them out live on KEXP.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €20. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Tue
    05
    Dec
    2017

    Ricky Ross (Deacon Blue)

    The Sugar Club

    Dublin

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    Former Deacon Blue frontman Ricky Ross returns to Ireland, performing at The Sugar Club on December 5.

    He's touring his new album, Short Stories Vol. 1, recorded over 2 days in Hamburg, featuring songs both new and old, accompanied by choral & string arrangements.

    Have a listen to 'Real Gone Kid'.

    Tickets, priced at €29, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Tue
    05
    Dec
    2017

    Mark Lanegan w/Tenebrous Liar & Joe Cardamone

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    Alt. rock shaman and Tom Waits' & Leonard Cohen's bastard sonic child Mark Lanegan plays Mandela Hall on December 5.

    The journeyman was frontman of Screaming Trees, formed in 1984, releasing his first solo album, The Winding Sheet in 1990, performing alongside the likes of Isobel Anderson and QOTSA. This show comes off the back of a support slot with Guns N' Roses at Slane this year, and his latest album, Gargoyle. Watch the video for 'Beehive'.

    Tickets cost £20 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    06
    Dec
    2017

    Jesca Hoop

    The Workman's Club

    Dublin

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    California-born singer-songwriter Jesca Hoop comes to The Workman's Club for a show on December 6.

    Growing up as a Mormon, she shed the faith and created music as a teenager without ever taking it seriously until she moved to LA in 2000, becoming a nanny to Tom Waits' children. She released her seventh album, Memories Are Now, to great acclaim in February. Watch the video for 'The Lost Sky', from Memories Are Now

    Tickets, priced €15, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    06
    Dec
    2017

    Mark Lanegan w/Tenebrous Liar & Joe Cardamone

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Alt. rock shaman and Tom Waits' & Leonard Cohen's bastard sonic child Mark Lanegan plays Dublin's Academy on December 6.

    The journeyman was frontman of Screaming Trees, formed in 1984, releasing his first solo album, The Winding Sheet in 1990, performing alongside the likes of Isobel Anderson and QOTSA. This show comes off the back of a support slot with Guns N' Roses at Slane this year, and his latest album, Gargoyle. Watch the video for 'Beehive'.

    Tickets cost €28 from Ticketmaster.

  • Wed
    06
    Dec
    2017

    Josh Ritter & The Royal City Band

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    Americana singer-songwriter Josh Ritter performs at the Mandela Hall with the Royal City Band on December 6.

    Having carved out a perennial career for himself for quite some time now, Ritter was actually discovered by our very own Glen Hansard and the Frames, who invited him to Ireland. His debut album came out in 1999, and these dates accompany his latest album, Gathering.

    Check out recent single, 'Showboat'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Thu
    07
    Dec
    2017

    Ricky Ross (Deacon Blue)

    The Empire Music Hall

    Belfast

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    Former Deacon Blue frontman Ricky Ross returns to Ireland, playing Belfast's Empire on December 7.

    He's touring his new album, Short Stories Vol. 1, recorded over 2 days in Hamburg, featuring songs both new and old, accompanied by choral & string arrangements.

    Have a listen to 'Real Gone Kid'.

    Tickets, priced at £22.50, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Thu
    07
    Dec
    2017

    The Divine Comedy

    Ulster Hall

    Belfast

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    Coinciding with the release of their eleventh album, ForeverlandThe Divine Comedy play the Ulster Hall on December 7.

    Since the formation of the Divine Comedy in 1989, Neil Hannon has continued to remain one of the most revered songwriters across the UK and Ireland, with projects including the cricket-based Duckworth Lewis Method. His lyricism is cynically romantic, and sincerely ironic, and has lost none of its lustre over the years - watch the video for 'To The Rescue'.

    Tickets cost from £33 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Thu
    07
    Dec
    2017
    Fri
    08
    Dec
    2017

    Josh Ritter & The Royal City Band

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    Americana singer-songwriter Josh Ritter performs a two-night stint at Vicar Street with the Royal City Band on December 7 & 8.

    Having carved out a perennial career for himself for quite some time now, Ritter was actually discovered by our very own Glen Hansard and the Frames, who invited him to Ireland. His debut album came out in 1999, and these dates accompany his latest album, Gathering.

    Check out recent single, 'Showboat'.

    Tickets, priced at €36, are available from Ticketmaster, with combo tickets for both nights for sale too. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    10
    Dec
    2017

    The Charlatans

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    English indie rock legends The Charlatans play Dublin's Academy on December 10.

    This news follows the release of their thirteenth album, Different Days, another strong release amongst the band's consistent repertoire. Formed in the late eighties by bassist Martin Blunt, who eventually brought frontman Tim Burgess onboard, they were associated with the Britpop and Madchester scenes. They achieved hits from their debut album, 1990's Some Friendly and have largely went from strength to strength.  Different Days was recorded at the band's Chesire studio, and features appropriate contributions from friends from Paul Weller & Johnny Marr, through to the likes of more unexpected crime writer Ian Rankin & phenomenal writer/actress Sharon Horgan.

    Tickets are priced at €36.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Mon
    11
    Dec
    2017

    The Charlatans

    The Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    English indie rock legends The Charlatans play Belfast's Limelight 1 on December 11.

    This news follows the release of their thirteenth album, Different Days, another strong release amongst the band's consistent repertoire. Formed in the late eighties by bassist Martin Blunt, who eventually brought frontman Tim Burgess onboard, they were associated with the Britpop and Madchester scenes. They achieved hits from their debut album, 1990's Some Friendly and have largely went from strength to strength.  Different Days was recorded at the band's Chesire studio, and features appropriate contributions from friends from Paul Weller & Johnny Marr, through to the likes of more unexpected crime writer Ian Rankin & phenomenal writer/actress Sharon Horgan.

    Tickets are priced at £31 from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    12
    Dec
    2017

    The Moulettes

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Multi-instrumentalist group Moulettes play Whelan's on December 12.

    Combining electric & acoustic instruments, the Brighton-based collective released their new album Preternatural last year. The band are influenced by experimental pop, folk, and prog, along the lines of Zappa, Gentle Giant, tUnE-yArDs and Field Music. Listen to 'Behemooth' live in the studio for an example of their eclectic musicality.

    Tickets, priced at €17.50 from available from Ticketmaster & WAV Tickets. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Wed
    13
    Dec
    2017

    SikTh, 7.5 Tonnes of Beard, Drakonis & Altus

    The Empire Music Hall

    Belfast

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    One of the most successful of the djent bands, SikTh play the Empire on December 13. The Watford band formed in 1999, releasing their debut LP in 2003, ultimately ceasing in 2008 before a reunion in 2013 and have now released their third album, The Future In Whose Eyes?

    Supporting are the crushingly heavy five piece 7.5 Tonnes of Beard - check them out on Bandcamp - Lisburn black death metal outfit Drakonis and melodic death metal outfit Altus.

    Tickets, priced £20, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Thu
    14
    Dec
    2017

    SikTh

    The Button Factory

    Dublin

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    One of the most successful of the djent bands, SikTh play Dublin's Button Factory on December 14.

    The Watford band formed in 1999, releasing their debut LP in 2003, ultimately ceasing in 2008 before a reunion in 2013 and have now released their third album, The Future In Whose Eyes?

     

  • Thu
    14
    Dec
    2017

    The Blades Christmas Party

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Dublin new wave band The Blades, having reunited in 2013 to sellout crowds, play their fifth annual Christmas show at The Academy on December 14.

    Formed at the height of punk in 1977, the trio released pair of  7" singles in the early eighties on Energy Records, and played a six week residency at the Baggott Inn with U2, regularly swapping headline slots in an attempt to make it. Their frontman and bassist Paul Cleary was named Songwriter of the Year ahead of Bono and Van Morrison, and Single of the Year for 'The Bride Wore White' back in 1982's Hot Press awards.

    Check out their new material on Bandcamp.

    Tickets are available, priced from €30, from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    15
    Dec
    2017

    Otherkin

    The Button Factory

    Dublin

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    Following sold out shows and slots at Tennent's Vital, Electric Picnic, Latitude, Reading & Leeds Festivals and more, Dublin grungy garage quartet Otherkin round out another big  year - having released debut album OK at the end of summer - with a show at the Button Factory on December 15.

    They released their The New Vice EP last summer - check out their Soundcloud. Their music and performances have attracted the Guardian and NME and it looks like the band are on the cusp of big things. Here's new single 'The Hyve'.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster, priced at €15.35. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Tue
    19
    Dec
    2017

    Gogol Bordello w/Lucky Chops

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Coinciding with their latest album Seekers and Finders, gypsy-punks Gogol Bordello play The Academy on December 19.

    Written over a tour of three different continents, the nine-piece multi-cultural outfit blend violins, accordions, trump, marimba and conventional rock instrumentation, with the irreplaceable Eugene Hutz as frontman. 

    Tickets cost €30 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Thu
    21
    Dec
    2017
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    22
    Dec
    2017

    The Strypes

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    In celebration of their third album, Spitting Image, Cavan rock'n'roll ones-to-watch The Strypes have come of age, playing December 21 & 22 at Whelan's.

    The young music magpies recorded the third LP with the legendary Glyn Johns' son Ethan, after exploding with hype back in 2013 and touring relentlessly since. As well as their traditional British invasion roots, they've incorporated some New Wave into their sound. Watch the video for 'Great Expectations'.

    Tickets cost €30 from Ticketmaster & WAV Tickets. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Thu
    28
    Dec
    2017

    And So I Watch You From Afar

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Belfast-based instrumental titans And So I Watch You From Afar play Dublin's Academy in the first of four end-of-year dates on December 28.

    The band have recorded their forthcoming fifth album, following on from their 2015 LP, Heirs, on Sargent House. Blending upbeat pop energy with crushing heaviness and ambience, the band are one of Ireland's finest live, and this short tour follows a mammoth run of European dates throughout October & November.

    Admission costs €22 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    29
    Dec
    2017

    And So I Watch You From Afar

    Garbo's

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    Belfast-based instrumental titans And So I Watch You From Afar play Castlebar's Garbo's on December 29.

    The band have recorded their forthcoming fifth album, following on from their 2015 LP, Heirs, on Sargent House. Blending upbeat pop energy with crushing heaviness and ambience, the band are one of Ireland's finest live, and this short tour follows a mammoth run of European dates throughout October & November.

  • Sat
    30
    Dec
    2017

    And So I Watch You From Afar

    Cyprus Avenue

    Cork

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    Belfast-based instrumental titans And So I Watch You From Afar make their long-awaited return to Cork to play Cyprus Avenue on December 30 in a 4-date run of Irish shows.

    The band have recorded their forthcoming fifth album, following on from their 2015 LP, Heirs, on Sargent House. Blending upbeat pop energy with crushing heaviness and ambience, the band are one of Ireland's finest live, and this short tour follows a mammoth run of European dates throughout October & November.

    Admission costs €17.50 from Eventbrite. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Sun
    31
    Dec
    2017

    And So I Watch You From Afar

    Roisin Dubh

    Galway

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    Belfast-based instrumental titans And So I Watch You From Afar play Galway's Roisin Dubh for the third time this year, finishing up their 4-date Irish tour on New Year's Eve.

    The band have recorded their forthcoming fifth album, following on from their 2015 LP, Heirs, on Sargent House. Blending upbeat pop energy with crushing heaviness and ambience, the band are one of Ireland's finest live, and this short tour follows a mammoth run of European dates throughout October & November.

    Admission costs €25 from the Roisin Dubh. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    24
    Jan
    2018

    Public Service Broadcasting

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    The aptly-named Public Service Broadcasting have announced their biggest Dublin show yet, when they play the Academy on January 24, touring their most critically & commercially successful album to-date.

    Every Valley achieved No. 4 placing in the charts, which is impressive for a band that relies on its eclectic instrumentalism & samples from old public service broadcasts as vocals. Based around J. Willgoose, Esq. and drummer Wrigglesworth, they mine a particular era of British culture, creating an AV Transmission live, using archival footage and live drums, guitar, banjo and electronics.

    Tickets, priced at €27.90, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Thu
    25
    Jan
    2018

    Public Service Broadcasting

    Limelight 1

    Belfast

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    The aptly-named Public Service Broadcasting have announced their biggest Belfast show to date, when they play the Limelight 1 on January 25 as they tour their most critically & commercially successful album to-date.

    Every Valley achieved No. 4 placing in the charts, which is impressive for a band that relies on its eclectic instrumentalism & samples from old public service broadcasts as vocals. 

    Tickets, priced at £22.50, are available from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sun
    28
    Jan
    2018

    The Menzingers, PUP & Cayetana

    Whelan's

    Dublin

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    Pennsylvanian punk rock quartet The Menzingers will kick off a European tour in the New Year with a brace of Irish dates, beginning at Whelan's on January 28. The Menzingers released their fifth studio album, After the Party, at the start of the year. Stream it.

    Culminating in Amsterdam in mid-February, the tour will also feature support from Toronto punks PUP - whose second album The Dream Is Over was one of the most acclaimed albums of last year in its genre - and Philly trio Cayetana.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster & WAV Tickets.

  • Mon
    29
    Jan
    2018
    Wed
    31
    Jan
    2018

    Erasure

    Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Quintessential London synthpop duo Erasure play Dublin's Olympia Theatre on January 29-31 due to popular demand.

    Andy Bell and Vince Clark have been around now for 32 years, selling over 25 million albums, with their latest being World Be Gone. Check out the video for 'A Little Respect'.

    Tickets, priced €54.50-€64.50, are available from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Mon
    29
    Jan
    2018

    The Menzingers, PUP & Cayetana

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    Pennsylvanian punk rock quartet The Menzingers will kick off a European tour in the New Year with a brace of Irish dates, performing at the Limelight 2 on January 29. The Menzingers released their fifth studio album, After the Party, at the start of the year. Stream it.

    Culminating in Amsterdam in mid-February, the tour will also feature support from Toronto punks PUP - whose second album The Dream Is Over was one of the most acclaimed albums of last year in its genre - and Philly trio Cayetana.

    Tickets are available for £16 from Ticketmaster & Katy's Bar. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Tue
    13
    Feb
    2018
    Wed
    14
    Feb
    2018

    Paul Weller w/Touts

    The Olympia Theatre

    Dublin

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    Brit-rock icon Paul Weller returns to Dublin to play the Olympia Theatre on February 13 & 14.

    Known originally for his work with The Jam, before forming The Style Council, he's often called The Modfather for his contributions to the revival of Mod culture in the '70s & '80s. 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of his debut album, In The City, as well as the release of his 13th solo album A Kind Revolution.

    Support comes from young Derry indie-punks Touts.

    Tickets are priced at €55.65 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

     

  • Thu
    15
    Feb
    2018

    Paul Weller w/Touts

    Ulster Hall

    Belfast

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    Brit-rock icon Paul Weller plays the Ulster Hall on February 15.

    Known originally for his work with The Jam, before forming The Style Council, he's often called The Modfather for his contributions to the revival of Mod culture in the '70s & '80s. 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of his debut album, In The City, as well as the release of his 13th solo album A Kind Revolution.

    Support comes from young Derry indie-punks Touts.

    Tickets are priced at £49 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

     

  • Fri
    23
    Feb
    2018

    Electric Six

    Limelight 2

    Belfast

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    In what has become an annual tradition, Detroit dance-tinged comedy rockers Electric Six return to Ireland, playing the Limelight 2 on February 23.

    They play following the release of their eleventh studio album, Bitch, Don't Let Me Die!, in October. The band have remained notably prolific since their 2003 debut Fire, averaging almost an album a year. 

    Tickets are available priced at £15.50 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Sat
    24
    Feb
    2018

    Electric Six

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    In what has become an annual tradition, Detroit dance-tinged comedy rockers Electric Six return to Ireland, playing the The Academy, Dublin on February 24.

    They play following the release of their eleventh studio album, Bitch, Don't Let Me Die!, in October. The band have remained notably prolific since their 2003 debut Fire, averaging almost an album a year. 

    Tickets are available priced at €20 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7pm.

  • Mon
    26
    Feb
    2018

    Nils Frahm

    National Concert Hall

    Dublin

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    Berlin pianist/multi-instrumentalist/composer/producer Nils Frahm returns to Dublin, playing the beautiful National Concert Hall on February 26 as part of his long worldwide All Melody tour - following a 2017 live hiatus.

    Known for combining electronic and classical music, he was taught classical piano at a young age from one of the last proteges of Tchaikovsky. To date, he has released several albums, but really broke through with 2011's Felt.

    His minimalist approach and incorporation of electronics into the classical format has led many to draw comparisons with 20th century composers like Steve Reich and Philip Glass. Check out his performance at St. John-at-Hackney Church in London.

    Tickets are available from NCH, priced at €30. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Tue
    27
    Feb
    2018

    Nils Frahm

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    Berlin pianist/multi-instrumentalist/composer/producer Nils Frahm returns to Belfast for the first time in 4 years to play Mandela Hall on February 27 as part of his long worldwide All Melody tour - following a 2017 live hiatus.

    Known for combining electronic and classical music, he was taught classical piano at a young age from one of the last proteges of Tchaikovsky. To date, he has released several albums, but really broke through with 2011's Felt.

    His minimalist approach and incorporation of electronics into the classical format has led many to draw comparisons with 20th century composers like Steve Reich and Philip Glass. Check out his performance at St. John-at-Hackney Church in London.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster and doors open at 7pm.

  • Fri
    02
    Mar
    2018

    Skid Row w/Toseland

    The Academy

    Dublin

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    Classic sleaze-rockers Skid Row play The Academy in Dublin on March 2 after over 30 years since they first formed.

    Currently fronted by bassist and founding member Rachel Bolan and Dragonforce's ZP Theart, who joined this year - the position was once filled by the notorious Sebastian Bach. The final EP in their United World Rebellion series was recently released. Here's 'Youth Gone Wild'.

    Support comes from Toseland.

    Tickets cost €30 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 7.30pm.

  • Sat
    03
    Mar
    2018

    Skid Row w/Toseland

    The Limelight

    Belfast

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    Classic sleaze-rockers Skid Row play Belfast's Limelight 1 on March 3, having passed their third decade milestone.

    Currently fronted by bassist and founding member Rachel Bolan and Dragonforce's ZP Theart, who joined this year - the position was once filled by the notorious Sebastian Bach. The final EP in their United World Rebellion series was recently released. Here's 'Youth Gone Wild'.

    Support comes from Toseland.

    Tickets cost £20 from Ticketmaster and Katy's Bar. Doors open at 6pm.

  • Fri
    09
    Mar
    2018
    Sat
    10
    Mar
    2018

    Randy Newman

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    One of America's great satirists, Randy Newman plays two nights in Vicar Street on March 9 & 10.

    Best known for his work on film soundtracks - a trade handed down by his father - his original studio albums have proved timeless, scathing snapshots of certain corners of American society, criticising close-mindedness, foreign policy, doublethink and even occasionally delving into some detached introspection. He's a master craftsman who doesn't stop working and is currently touring his latest album, Dark Matter. Here's a typically Randy number, taking Russian folk from the new LP: 'Putin'.

    Tickets cost €70 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Fri
    16
    Mar
    2018

    The Selecter & The Beat [Co-Headliner]

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    Two of the most important acts in the ska/2-Tone movement, The Beat - featuring Ranking Roger - and The Selecter, have announced a return to Ireland, when they play Belfast's Mandela Hall on March 16.

    The Beat formed in 1978 at the peak of unemployment and social upheaval and alongside The Specials, found much success through their messages of hope in an otherwise bleak British society. They released 3 albums before disbanding in 1983 until a one-off 2003 semi-reunion, before a full regrouping took place in 2006. Their current iteration includes Ranking Roger and Ranking Junior onstage. Here's 'Mirror In The Bathroom'.

    Formed in Coventry in 1979, The Selecter were politically and socially charged by the vocals of rude girl Pauline Black. They were one of the most successful acts of the 2 Tone era despite releasing just 2 albums, with hits like 'On My Radio'. They disbanded in 1981 and split into Pauline Black's Selecter songwriter Neol Davies' Selecter after a reunion in 1991.

    Tickets are on sale now from Ticketmaster for £25. Doors open at 7pm.

     

  • Sat
    17
    Mar
    2018

    Steven Wilson

    Mandela Hall

    Belfast

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    Porcupine Tree mastermind Steven Wilson plays Mandela Hall on March 17 following his fifth solo album, To The Bone.

    The album is being released as a dynamic modernist pop record as imagined by one of the UK's biggest underground artists. Fusing futurist rock and spectral electronics to ambience and squalling guitars, it's seen as his ode to the ambitious progressive pop records of his youth - Peter Gabriel, Talk Talk & Tears For Fears, for example. Check out the first track taken from To The Bone, 'Pariah'.

    Tickets cost £33 from Ticketmaster and the QUB Students' Union reception. Doors open at 8pm.

  • Wed
    04
    Apr
    2018

    Toto

    Vicar Street

    Dublin

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    One of the best-selling groups of musicians of all time, Toto, play Vicar Street on April 4 in their 40th anniversary, as part of the 40 Trips Around The Sun tour.

    As individual members - many of whom are prolific session musicians - they have the unbelievable statistic of being heard on around 5000 albums, with over half a billion sold. Toto, themselves having sold over 35 million albums, were one of the biggest arena rock acts in the '80s and broke through with the 1982 LP Toto IV which featured the immortal 'Africa'.

    Tickets cost €54.65 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8.30pm.

  • Fri
    06
    Apr
    2018

    Arcade Fire

    3Arena

    Dublin

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    Canadian stadium-fillers Arcade Fire, having played hugely acclaimed and sold out shows here last summer, return to Dublin to play a special in the round show at the 3Arena on April 6.

    Breaking through with their critical and commercial success in 2004 with Funeral which became regarded as one of, if not the rock album of the noughties. The six-piece are currently touring their fifth album Everything Now, which is filled with four-to-the-floor grooves, not unlike its predecessor Reflektor. Watch the video for the title track.

    Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.

  • Sat
    07
    Apr
    2018

    Toto

    Waterfront Hall

    Belfast

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    One of the best-selling groups of musicians of all time, Toto, play Belfast's Waterfront on April 7 in their 40th anniversary, as part of the 40 Trips Around The Sun tour.

    As individual members - many of whom are prolific session musicians - they have the unbelievable statistic of being heard on around 5000 albums, with over half a billion sold. Toto, themselves having sold over 35 million albums, were one of the biggest arena rock acts in the '80s and broke through with the 1982 LP Toto IV which featured the immortal 'Africa'.

    Tickets cost £46 from Ticketmaster. Doors open at 8pm.

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