• Fall Right Into Place 2023

    The highly-anticipated second installment of Galway festival Fall Right Into Place will take place on 16th and 17 September 2023. After a hugely successful first outing last year with New Dad, The Mary Wallopers and The Scratch, the festival will once again take over the wonderfully imposing Claregalway Castle for two nights of top-tier live music, food and drink. Headlining the first night of this year’s outing on Saturday, 16th September are recent TTA cover stars Pillow Queens. Expect nothing less than a set of worldbeating indie-rock from the fast-rising Dublin four-piece. The following night, 17th September, sees The Murder Capital…

  • Kate Tempest and Princess Nokia Among First Names Announced for Body & Soul

    Kate Tempest and Princess Nokia are among the first names announced to play this year’s Body & Soul. Returning to Ballinlough Castle in Co. Westmeath across June 21-23, the annual Irish summer festival will also play host to The Blaze, Talos, SOAK, Kruder & Dorfmeister, Dream Wife, Modeselektor, Coely and Kiddy Smile, Santi Gold, Baikal, Monolink, The Drifer, Oshun, Mano Le Tough, Wyvern Lingo, Laoise, Tulla Céilí Band, whenyoung, The Murder Capital, Meltybrains?, Thumper, Niamh Regan, Lil’ Dave and The Clockworks. The first announcement was made in the Big Romance in Dublin this evening. Many more acts are to be announced. Tickets…

  • Win Tickets to The Murder Capital in Belfast and Dublin

    We’ve a pair of tickets to give away to two Murder Capital shows this week: Wednesday (December 12th) at Voodoo in Belfast and Dublin’s Workman’s Club on Friday. To enter, simply e-mail info@thethinair.net with the following question and indicate which show you would like to attend: What is the name of the Murder Capital’s frontman?

  • Slaves w/ The Murder Capital @ The Academy, Dublin

    As Royal Turnbridge Wells punk duo Slaves take to the stage of the Academy, the sheer visceral energy in the air becomes palpable. The venue’s pit is overflowing with young adults dressed like their parents (with few pulling the look off), whilst the area surrounding the pit is packed to the brim, with what appears to be the aforementioned parents. An interesting demographic to say the very least. From the get-go, the pit is transformed into a vicious sea, with waves of people being thrown back and forth. Occasionally someone scrambles to the surface and crowdsurfs for a few seconds,…

  • The Murder Capital Announce Irish Tour

    Fast-rising Dublin band The Murder Capital have announced details of a two-part Irish tour across November and December. The James McGovern-fronted five-piece – who impressed at various Irish festivals this summer including Electric Picnic – will play Galway, Limerick, Cork, Belfast and Derry. Check out full dates below.