Monthly Archives: May 2010
Outside Looking In is the debut studio album by Irish singer-songwriter Simon Fagan. This album is a very different direction to Simon’s first EP Hired and Fired. Outside Looking In moves away from the heavy brass arrangements in favour of … Continue reading
On the release date of her new album Merchants and Thieves Sandi Thom played Whelan’s with support from The PW Sessions and Marcus Bonfanti.
There are very few bands more notable for their success and survival than the Rolling Stones. After almost half a century together the band has seen its fair share of ups and downs, from love and loss to drug overdoses … Continue reading
On May 13th, Dublin band The Minutes launched their new single Secret History taken from their forthcoming album Marcata, due for release later this year. The launch party took place at Academy 2 with support from Kid Karate and The … Continue reading
The Last Tycoons formed in 2007 evolving from highly acclaimed Dublin band Porn Trauma. Their debut album hit the shelves in April.
Dinosaur is the debut album from Belfast band John Shelly And The Creatures. Without knowing it you’ve probably already heard the band. Their single Long May You Reign was used in the Discover Ireland advertising campaign. The song is indicative … Continue reading
Music legends Blondie are set to return to Ireland this summer playing three gigs: Tuesday 22nd of June 2010 – Vicar Street Dublin (tickets priced €49.20) Wednesday 23rd June 2010 – Belfast’s Nugent Hall (tickets priced £38 sterling) June 24th … Continue reading
Sandi Thom’s debut single I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker topped the charts in 7 countries when it was released in 2006. Her album also went on to sell over a million copies. 2010 heralds the return of Thom … Continue reading
Dubliner Gavin Glass is set to release his third album Myna Birds, which has already been met with very well deserved critical acclaim. Glass is a rare talent.: a fantastic songwriter, vocalist, and instrumentalist. The first single to be taken … Continue reading