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Tootawl – House on The Moon E.P Review

10 November 2015

Richard O’Gorman – formerly the vocalist and guitarist of Irish indie-folk band The Reverse – debuts his first solo E.P on the 26th of November. The interesting name choice for his solo project was sparked by a passing hobo on a Tennessee street where Richard spent last summer, deeming him ‘too tawl’ in his Tennessean twang (Richard is 6 […]

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Nitelife’s Top 10…Live Lounge Covers

4 November 2015

Having recently reported on Vevo being the new & exclusive home of the BBC 1 Radio 1 Live Lounge series, what better time to pull together our favourite Live Lounge performances of all. Nitelife’s reporter Claire Mullaniff had the arduous task of watching some great performances (poor claire!). She’s compiled her Top 10 Live Lounge Covers, […]

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One-2-Watch: Steve Bennett

27 October 2015

What’s the name?  Steve Bennett Where’s he from? “Portarlington, Co. Laois; a very small sheep farm… small in acres that is, not with tiny sheep.” Who do you compare yourself to?  “I compare myself to other comedians. I try not to get too hung up on the success of others who might be younger or […]

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October Bank Hollier @ The Workman’s Club

20 October 2015

Everyone ready for a three-day weekend? Ready for some brilliant live music? Ready to hear some awesome DJs spinning some deadly tunes? Ready to spend no dough to see live music? YES! Well, the lads down at The Workman’s Club are lining up yet another sweet, sweet Bank Holiday Sunday for you, because it’s the […]

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Introducing…Christian Collins

9 October 2015

New guy on the music block Christian Collins plays Dublin’s Unitarian Church tonight (9/10), to celebrate the launch of his new single, Sweet Divine. The old-soul in this lad’s voice has led us to believe that massive things are headed his way. So what’s his deal then? When Christian was nine years old, he resided in the […]

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MAKINGS Set to Release Debut Album Cognition

7 October 2015

From The legendary producer of Urban Hymns comes Cognition, the highly-anticipated debut album from Dublin-Based Electro-Rock four-Piece MAKINGS. Makings: a hotly-tipped, rising property on the Dublin music scene, fuse electronic beats and synthesizers with four vocals, guitars, and pounding live drums. From the set to the stage, Irish musician/actor Rick Burn (‘Game of Thrones’, ‘Vikings’, ‘Penny Dreadful’, ‘A […]

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Florence Covers Bieber @ The Live Lounge

29 September 2015

Florence + The Machine toddled over to the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge earlier today to perform another fabulous cover – this time pop-pup Justin Beiber got the Welch treatment. In recent years, the famous BBC feature has hosted some great performances: Demi Lovato and her Take me to Church cover, Sam Smith with his version of the Tracy […]

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One-2-Watch: John Hogan Junior

29 September 2015

What’s the name? John Hogan Junior…AKA John Junior. Who does he sound like? “I don’t know, really! It’s hard to say as I take influences from a lot of different places. I’ve veered away from the usual singer/songwriter format slightly. Just recently I’ve been working a lot with a loop pedal, using a mix of acoustic […]

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New Music Monday

28 September 2015

Sia – Alive The lady with the big voice and no face is back with her new track, Alive. This big-chorus thumper – which was originally written for Adele – is the lead single from her upcoming album entitled, This is Acting; the follow up to last year’s smash hit LP 1000 Forms of Fear. Can we […]

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One-2-Watch: Jimi McDonnell

22 September 2015

Galway-based writer/musician Jimi McDonnell is involved in two amazing tribute bands, with a twist: Tradiohead are a Radiohead covers band (but with trad music, obviously) and the Strolling Homes are a Rolling Stones tribute who had their debut gig in Galway last weekend as part of Culture Night 2015. What’s the Name? “Jimi (after my Dad’s dad) Patrick […]

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