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Rocket From The Crypt performs @ Black Box, Belfast

Rocket From The Crypt @ Whelan’s, Dublin

Published on December 5th, 2017 | by Conor Callanan

When San Diego’s finest purveyors of rock’n’roll Rocket from the Crypt decided to down tools near the tail end of 2005, it came as quite a shock to their devoted fan base. Yes, there were several …... Read More

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Cosi Fan Tutte @ Grand Opera House, Belfast

Published on November 26th, 2017 | by Ian Patterson

Who is immune to a little flattery? Who, if anyone, cannot be seduced? Who, if we’re honest, is not tempted by forbidden fruits? As Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte would have it, nobody – least …... Read More

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Le Guess Who? 2017

Published on November 24th, 2017 | by Stevie Lennox

Photo by Tim van Veen You can’t help but admire the audacity of Le Guess Who? After an almost household-friendly 2016 lineup, they made a point of aiming their powers of tastemaking further toward the underground, …... Read More

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The Killers @ 3Arena, Dublin

Published on November 20th, 2017 | by Christine Costello

From the moment we set eyes on The Killers’ set at the 3Arena, we know it’s going to be a surreal experience. The stage set – a fine cross between the Vegas strip and a church …... Read More

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Depeche Mode @ 3Arena, Dublin

Published on November 17th, 2017 | by Loreana

Rapidly approaching 40 years in the music industry, Depeche Mode are bang in the middle of touring in support of their latest album Spirit, which marks them making synth pop music since they were teenagers to …... Read More

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Metropolis 2017

Published on October 31st, 2017 | by The Thin Air

Metropolis 2017 kicks off on a chillingly Irish Saturday afternoon, with only the bricks and mortar of the RDS and surrounding bodies to fend off the cold. Being one of the country’s few festivals taking place …... Read More

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St. Vincent @ Olympia Theatre, Dublin

Published on October 23rd, 2017 | by Justin McDaid

We heard it here first. St. Vincent is 80% Irish. She tells us this in a rare glimpse into a personal moment, the stage persona briefly dropped to let the audience in. So, here we all …... Read More

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