Rock Against Homelessness

Rock Against Homelessness was a gig with a purpose. With an already terrible homeless situation in Ireland worsening, eight Irish acts came together under the lights of the Olympia to help fight it. Curated by Fontaines D.C., the gig ended up raising almost €70,000 for Focus Ireland.  The show The show itself was a spectacle. Most acts played 2-4 songs for the sell-out crowd, with … Continue reading Rock Against Homelessness

The Murder Capital live at Vicar Street

The Murder Capital returned Thursday night for their first show on Irish soil since Other Voices in November of last year. The venue for their return would be Vicar Street, a stage graced by many of the world’s best and biggest acts. They arranged a hell of a lineup too, giving the night a festival atmosphere. Junior Brother, Unorthodox Coolock and Egyptian Blue in support … Continue reading The Murder Capital live at Vicar Street

A Little Other Voices Love

Reclessreviews are heading to Other Voices 2019 and not that that means anything to you, but I’m pretty excited! Instead of doing a ‘Ones to Watch’ or ’10 Unmissable Acts’ post, I’m just going to share a little love for the festival acts in general. Made up of shows/acts/performances in St. James’ Church, the Dingle Gin Music Trail, The IMRO Other Room, Banter, After Dark … Continue reading A Little Other Voices Love

Eastbound’s In Town: Here’s Who We’re Seeing

Dublin’s newest music festival Eastbound kicked off last night with some great acts taking to the stages of Whelan’s, The Workman’s Club, The Grand Social, The Button Factory and Sound House. reclessreviews will be making off 3 shows this weekend, with Boy Azooga up first in The Workman’s Club Friday night. The Cardiff native’s debut 1, 2, Kung Fu! immediately made them one the most exciting … Continue reading Eastbound’s In Town: Here’s Who We’re Seeing

The Murder Capital-Feeling Fades

Up-and-coming Irish post-punk rockers The Murder Capital have just released their first single titled “Feeling Fades”. They’ve been making noise here and in the UK over the last 12 months, even supporting Shame during their second Irish show of 2018 along with FONTAINES D.C. “Feeling Fades” sounds like a song by a band ready to take their chance. They sound confident, direct and most importantly full … Continue reading The Murder Capital-Feeling Fades