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Dublin Gig Guide: 7th – 13th January 2019

Dublin Gig Guide: 7th – 13th January 2019 Monday 7th Space Oddity @ National Concert Hall – 7.30PM   Tuesday 8th Christy Moore @ Vicar Street – 8PM   Wednesday 9th Leah Louise @ Crowbar – 8PM   Thursday 10th DJ Deeon @ Wigwam – 11PM The 1975 @ 3 Arena – 6.30PM   Friday 11th Fjaak @ District 8 – 11PM David Keenan @ Whelan’s – 8PM   Saturday 12th 2manydjs @ District 8 – 11PM JC Stewart @ Whelan’s – 8PM   Sunday 13th Russell Jackson @ Arthur’s Blues & Jazz – 4.30PM

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Dublin Gig Guide : 21st – 27th August 2017

Dublin Gig Guide : 21st – 27th August 2017   It’s that time of the week again! The Dublin Gig Guide brought to you by Sound Training! Lot’s going on this week covering all tastes, we’ve got Trad, Pop, Folk, Hardcore Punk and more! So let’s get in started! On Monday night at the National Stadium. With support on the night from JP Cooper who in his own right has gained a massive following over the last year or two and landing this support slot will only grow his popularity! The Script themselves have released a new album recently after

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New Music Monday – 19th June 2017

Some new tunes to beat those Monday blues! The Horrors – Machine Disjointed start to this new track from The Horrors, but soon enough reverts back to what we love about the 5-piece band, Shoegazey garage rock!   Coldplay – All I Can Think About Is You Reverb drenched lead vocal on this one from Chris Martin and Co. Off their upcoming new album Kaleidoscope, dreamy vibes that builds to a classic Coldplay climatic end.   Dizzee Rascal – Space After nearly 4 years since his last album, Dizzee Rascal is back! “Space” is the lead single off new album

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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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