Other Voices came and went in the blink of an eye like many great weekends do. A music lover’s dream, the festival combined a mixture of acts and venues with that local feeling you can’t help falling for. Acts both big and small packed out pubs and churches throughout Dingle, giving visitors the opportunity to see some fantastic up-and-coming acts as well as sneaky shows … Continue reading Other Voices 2019 Recap
All Together Now gets under way tomorrow and I. CAN’T. WAIT! After hearing that last year was an absolute blast, reclessreviews had to make it to Waterford this time around! Among the performers are well known and renowned international acts including Patti Smith, Hot Chip, John Grant, The National and Father John Misty. However, there are also a whole host of brilliant “smaller” bands playing at … Continue reading 9 Unmissable All Together Now Acts!
John Grant plays the Bord Gais Energy Theatre this Sunday and reclessreviews will be there looking on in awe. I’ve been a fan of Grant since his fantastic debut Queen of Denmark, with each release since taking us further into the mind and life of this great artist. In honour of his upcoming show, this week’s Track of the Week is Pale Green Ghosts‘ “Why Don’t You … Continue reading John Grant-Why Don’t You Love Me Anymore
Just Mustard at The Workman’s Club was a gig I had been eagerly anticipating for a while now. Having had their debut Wednesday on repeat for the last few months, seeing them live was the last piece of the puzzle. Venue The Workman’s Club. Haven’t been to a gig here before but I enjoyed it. It’s a small venue but that only means you can … Continue reading Just Mustard Please
Interpol are my favourite band of all-time so I’m always cautious when I write about them. I’ve no need to worry about being biased here though because I’m sure everyone who was in the Olympia on Monday night would agree that this show was brilliant. Venue The Olympia. Really no need for me to get into how much I love this place again, but for … Continue reading Interpol Under the Bright Lights of The Olympia
Kurt Vile & The Violators made their way to Vicar Street last Wednesday night and I was lucky enough to get myself a ticket. I’d been looking forward to this gig for quite a while so by the time it came around, I was ready for some good old indie-folk rock! Venue Vicar Street, one of my favourite Irish venues. I’ve seen Joe Bonamassa here … Continue reading Get all mushy and lovey-dovey Kurt Vile Live at Vicar Street
IDLES played The Button Factory last Monday night and I was lucky enough to get a ticket. The gig was originally meant to be played in The Academy (I think), but due to demand it was moved. And by God was the crowd looking forward to seeing them. Venue The Button Factory. Haven’t been there since my college days but it’s actually a fantastic venue, … Continue reading IDLES, The Button Factory and On-Stage Antics