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Run the Jewels Live @ the Olympia Theatre

17 January 2017

  March 30th – Tickets from €36.50 on sale this Friday at 10am from Ticketmaster.ie and outlets Nationwide Run The Jewels gave their fans a surprise gift this Christmas with the early release of their new album, RTJ3. In a message to fans, Run The Jewels said: “Fu*k it. We couldn’t help ourselves. It just feels right. […]

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RTÉ Announce Choice Music Prize Album of the Year

12 January 2017

The shortlist for this year’s RTÉ Choice Music Prize, Irish Album of the Year 2016, in association with IMRO & IRMA, was announced yesterday on RTÉ 2FM’s Tracy Clifford Show by Tony Clayton Lea, chairman of the judging panel. And the nominees are: All Tvvins – IIVV (Warner Music) Bantum – Move (Self Released) Wallis Bird – Home (Mount Silver / Caroline International) The Divine Comedy […]

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Busted Announce Support Act For Upcoming Night Driver Tour

12 December 2016

Remember Busted? Yes, of course you do! They are the former teenage heartthrobs who brought us the likes of, ‘What I go to school for’ and ‘Year 3000’.  So, you can imagine our excitement when the lads at MCD Productions let us know the band are coming to Dublin and Belfast next year. Today, we can […]

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#NewMusicAlert: Too Fools Launch ‘Touch’

17 November 2016

Too Fools are gearing up to launch their brand-new EP, TOUCH at Dublin’s Button Factory, Thursday, November 24th @ 19:30. Get your tickets here! Since exploding onto the scene this year Too Fools gained respectful slots at Electric Picnic, Body & Soul, headlined Knockanstockan, and played a number of other festivals and venues across the country. Too Fools […]

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Milky Chance Are Back With ‘Cocoon’

3 November 2016

One of 2014’s biggest artists Milky Chance are set to return with a big fat bang! They’re back with a new track called ‘Cocoon’ – possibly their catchiest song yet – but before that, fans must help to unveil the single’s artwork to gain an exclusive listen before the track’s launch on November 11th. Those […]

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#NewMusicAlert: Ping – Something Worth Saving

3 November 2016

We’re huge fans of new Irish music here at Nitelife, so we’re delirah and excirah to announce the brand new track from Dublin songstress, Ping. The artist formerly known as Ingrid Madsen comes all the way from Dubland and she has a truly beautiful set of pipes. The track is called ‘Something Worth Saving; a track […]

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In Review: D-Day’s ‘Misunderstood’

9 October 2016

by James Fleming Time heals all wounds. But, in this case, D-Day could do with a few more. A couple of battle-scars, a year on the road, just a bit more time, and the scars will start to appear. Love, loss, loathing; ugly, glorious scars that will leave a deep and necessary impact on D-Day’s […]

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In Interview: Jake Morgan

3 October 2016

by Danielle Holian How and when did you get into composing? From a very young age, I had a fascination with sound. I started playing guitar and writing songs when I was around 10 years old. As time went on, my skills developed, and by the age of 19, my music had been performed around the world by orchestras […]

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In Review: Xenia Rubinos’ ‘Mexican Chef’

22 August 2016

by Danielle Holian Xenia Rubinos doesn’t shy away from her serious social commentary in her song ‘Mexican Chef’. This track is all about straight talk. Rubinos was inspired to write this song when she took a walk around New York. She gets fiercely political when she addresses issues about class and race in America’s built-up service […]

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Heroes in Hiding ‘Hospital’

22 August 2016

by Danielle Holian Heroes in Hiding will release their new single ‘Hospital’ on August 26th from their upcoming LP ‘Curtains’ out on October 7th. The band has performed at festivals such as Electric Picnic, Forbidden Fruit, Castlepalooza, BD Festival, and Life Festival. Their upcoming LP follows the release of their debut EP ‘Hush’ in 2014. ‘Hospital’ […]

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