Moon Duo takes the full on psychedelic style and strips it down to more introspective, inner-mind space explorations.
Meg caught up with Saw Doctors mainstay Leo Moran to talk about gigging, the new album and GAA.
The rather excellently named ‘Hands Up Who Wants To Die’ are yet another band from the Richter Collective label. We spoke with singer Barry, he’s got quite a way with words…
Enemies are another Richter Collective band, musically positioned roughly halfway between the shouting of Jogging and the dancing of Not Squares and they are, of course, playing Le Chéile this Saturday.
Jogging are a post-hardcore trio signed with the Richter Collective label who, you’ve guessed it, will be playing Le Chéile on Saturday on the Richter stage
Not Squares are a Belfast-bred three-piece who need to be seen this weekend at Le Cheile before the release of their dance/punk/pop/something else debut album in September makes them as big as they deserve to be.
Kris Kristofferson has added a third date to his upcoming Dublin Olympia shows.
Judging from the rapturous expressions there essentially watching ‘Cut Copy – the video’ was more than enough to satisfy everyone. It was enough to satisfy me too.
The album moves away from his self proclaimed punktry, punk and country, sound to more of a bluesy and country sound. (Possibly bluntry?)
Woody, Buzz and the rest of the toy box are back to give a farewell to Andy as he heads off to college, a coming of age story with a twist.