Our Dee braved the cold and damp to witness Leonard Cohen in action, and found it a remarkable and magical experience.
Ahead of their two scheduled appearances at Electric Picnic 2012, we went along to The Barley Mob's Cork gig last Sunday night, and were instantly hooked.
Haters be damned! Foo Fighters make a LOUD debut in Belfast.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds took to the stage on Monday at Belsonic with a set list that maintained a fair balance of Oasis classics and songs from the well-received self-titled album.
It's impossible to be unhappy during a Madness concert. You will try but you will not succeed.
Kopek were back on home turf and suitably appreciated by a rockin' crowd. Our Nadene reviews the rock gods of the moment at Whelan's.
Following on from last year's special Big Romance performance, David Kitt attempts to do the same with his previous, debut album Small Moments. Does it work this time round?
The Red Hot Chili Peppers haven't been away long enough, says our Justin, as he's subjected to underwhelming bands, a terrible venue and some Benny Hill inspired chase scenes.
Saturday night at the Grand Social was the perfect place to shelter from the rain and commiserate over our lack of summer. It was also a celebration of some swoony indie-pop, epic rock, and double A-side singles.
The idea behind The Three Weekends of Champion Jim is that Jim plays with a number of artists upstairs in the Twisted Pepper over the span of, you guessed it, three weekends.
Where else can you sing a string of curse words you remember feeling incredibly rebellious saying in your youth (which now frequently pepper your sailor-mouth vocabulary as an adult) so loudly you go hoarse, in fairness?
Snappy suits, inappropriate banter and a massive Chevy Blunder - Spector are a band going places fast.