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Dublin Gig Guide – 11th -17th June 2018

Monday 11th Don McLean @ Vicar Street – 8PM Buckcherry & Stone Broken @ Voodoo Lounge – 8PM Tuesday 12th Haim @ Olympia Theatre – 8PM (SOLD OUT) – 8PM Alex Smith @ CrowBar – 8.30PM Wednesday 13th Billy Joel @ Aviva Stadium – 8PM Thursday 14th Souls Of Mischief @ The Sugar Club – 8PM Skyfever @ Whelan’s – 8PM Flight Of The Conchords @ 3 Arena – 8PM Friday 15th The National @ Donnybrook Stadium – 5PM Liam Gallagher @ Malahide Castle – 6PM Taylor Swift @ Croke Park – 6PM Saturday 16th Chic. Feat Nile Rogers @

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Dublin Gig Guide: 4th – 10th June 2018

Dublin Gig Guide: 4th – 10th June 2018 Monday 4th Forbidden Fruit @ Royal Kilmainham Hospital Sorcha Richardson @ CrowBar – 8PM Tuesday 5th Lykkie Li, LCD Soundsystem – Malahide Gardens – 5PM Wednesday 6th Nick Cave & Patti Smith @ Malahide Gardens – 5PM Mik Pyro @ Whelan’s – 8PM G-Eazy @ Olympia Theatre – 8PM Thursday 7th Loma @ Whelan’s – 8PM Friday 8th CrowBlackChicken (album launch) @ The Bowery – 8PM The Hot Sprockets @ The Chalk Venue @ 8PM Saturday 9th Oh Joy @ Whelan’s – 8PM Gorillaz @ Malahide Castle – 6PM Sunday 10th The

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Dublin Gig Guide: May 28th – June 3rd 2018

Monday 28th Father John Misty @ Vicar Street – 8PM Broken Social Scene @ Tivoli Theatre – 7.30PM 5 Seconds Of Summer @ 3 Arena – 6.30PM Tuesday 29th Blue Rose Code @ Whelan’s – 8PM Ezra Furman @ Tivoli Theatre – 7.30PM   Wednesday 30th 30 Seconds to Mars @ 3 Arena – 6.30PM Thursday 31st Hermitage Green @ Whelan’s – 8PM Yungblud @ Whelan’s (Upstairs) – 8PM Sam Smith @ 3 Arena – 6.30PM   Friday 1st June Christian Smith & Cristain Varela @ Button Factory – 11PM Saturday 2nd Forbidden Fruit @ Royal Hospital Kilmainham Sunday 3rd

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Dublin Gig Guide: March 26th – April 1st 2018

Monday 26th MØ @ Olympia Theatre – 7PM Danish singer-songwriter MØ plays the Olympia Theatre after her show at The Academy got rescheduled. A familiar blend of electro and synth-pop, tickets €21! Tuesday 27th  Django Django @ Tivoli Theatre – 7.30PM Quirky indie-rock is what Django Django do, and they do it very well! Tickets from the original date of March 2nd still valid. Phoenix @ Olympia Theatre – 7PM Alternative French indie-pop rockers Phoenix will play a SOLD OUT show at the Olympia Theatre. New album “Ti Amo” has done very well since it’s release in late 2016. Wednesday 28th 

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Dublin Gig Guide : 11th – 17th September 2017

Dublin Gig Guide : 11th – 17th September 2017 We’re back with another instalment of our Dublin Gig Guide! Plenty to see this week! As the summer months become a distant memory and those cold long winter nights begin to settle in hopefully it won’t deter you from going out! Let’s start off as always on Monday night where we have Ryan Adams performing the first of two sold out gigs at the Olympia Theatre! Described as “one of the most elegant singer-songwriters of his generation.” by the New York Times. Adams released his 15th studio album in February of

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New Music Monday – 12th June 2017

Ray BLK – Doing Me Great chilled out R&B vibes from Ray BLK, off her January BBC Sound Of 2017 award win, I can sense more awards coming her way with tracks like this!   Royal Blood – I Only Lie When I Love You After supporting Guns ‘n’ Roses to having At The Drive In supporting them on some of their European dates, Royal Blood are the next big thing! This track is a perfect example of modern rock ‘n’ roll reminds me of Wolfmother.   SZA – Ctrl Guest appearances on this album from Kendrick Lamar, Isaiah Rashad and

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Music Industry Round-Up : March 2017

Sound Training Industry Round-Up March 2017 So as March draws to a close let’s have a look at some of the main talking points that happened throughout the month, there was some interesting developments with the hardware side of things as a very popular drum machine manufacturer said they would not be updating there flagship product, whereas on the other hand a reliable well-known cheaper alternative brand were discussing the release of their first hardware synth based on the MiniMoog! Dave Smith Instruments have decided to end their development of it’s Tempest Drum Machine after 6 years on the market.

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