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

Kurt Vile-Childish Prodigy

I was one of the lucky ones who got to see Kurt Vile live at Vicar Street late last year. If you’ve heard his most recent record, Bottle It In, you might get the impression that he’s pretty laid back. That wasn’t the case on the night however. Vile was relentless during his set, tearing from one song to the next, mixing his many records together. While … Continue reading Kurt Vile-Childish Prodigy

All Is Love: IDLES at Vicar Street

IDLES returned to Dublin Tuesday night for a highly anticipated show. After their Button Factory performance last year, Vicar Street offered them another opportunity to further cement their place as an Irish punk fan favourite. And they didn’t disappoint. Venue Wonderful Vicar Street. I’ve been here a good bit over the last two years, seeing the likes of The National, Kurt Vile and Sharon Van Etten, … Continue reading All Is Love: IDLES at Vicar Street

Get all mushy and lovey-dovey Kurt Vile Live at Vicar Street

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