6 Gigs You Need To See In Dublin This April
April 4, 2018 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek

Looking to head out this April and listen to some amazing tunes in Dublin? Well, don’t you worry we’ve got six gigs that you definitely don’t want to miss out on this month. As always, there’s a boatload of top draw Irish artists that will have you bopping to some serious beats.

Not just one for finding great gigs at The Sharpe, we’ve also found artists that are releasing some of the best new music in Ireland, so that’s your next Spotify playlist sorted. Let’s get straight into it and see where the best spots are for gigs in Dublin this April.

1. The Hot Sprockets

The Hot Sprockets are going to be rocking out at The Button Factory this April. The guys will be launching their new album Dream Mover which is being released in just two days time on the 6th of April. Their sound is one which has plenty of psychedelic flavour but also a nice sampling of Indie Soul thrown into the mix.

the-hot-sprockets

These five blood brothers from Dublin City became united for life when they realised their passion for rock music. Priding themselves on their cosmic vibe, you can find them anywhere from Spotify to Youtube. Check out the bands website for more information on these funky dudes.

Where: The Button Factory, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

When: Saturday April 14th, 7:30pm

Tickets: €15.00

2. Ciaran Lavery

This singer/ songwriter will hit you right in the feels with his alternative Indie tunes. Singing universal truths, Ciaran Lavery will have you swaying from side to side as his acoustic guitar strums along. Just last year, Lavery teamed up with Derry producer Ryan Vail for a mini-album called Sea Legs which features songs inspired by the Donegal coast.

ciaran-lavery

With his new album Sweet Decay out on April 13th you don’t want to miss out on seeing this guy in Whelan’s so grab your tickets straight away!

Where: Whelan’s, 25 Wexford Street, Dublin 2

When: Thursday April 19th, 8pm

Tickets: €13.00

3. All the Luck in the World

Want more alternative music? Well this might just be the band for you. To put it mildly, these young guys from Wicklow are extremely talented. Neil Foot, Ben Connolly, Kelvin Barr and Peter Kelly make up the band and the guys just recently had their track Contrails added to a seasonal Spotify playlist called Acoustic Springs.

all-the-luck-in-the-world

All the Luck in the World came about in 2011 and ever since then they have has been working hard. The band are just about to embark on a European tour that will see them hit some major cities like Vienna, Munich, London Berlin and Hamburg. Their Dublin date on the 19th of April will be the last of the tour and is definitely worth heading along to!

Where: The Workman’s Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

When: Thursday April 19th, 8pm

Tickets: €13.00

4. The Low Anthem

The Salt Doll Went to Measure the Depth of the Sea is the title of The Low Anthem’s new album. This group is a different band to the one that was around 10 years ago, having changed their style drastically.

the-low-anthem

The talented quartet traveled down to their home town in providence RI and renovated a theatre to inspire creative talent. Join them as the play their indie folk/ experimental music this April at The Grand Social.

Where: The Grand Social, 35 Liffey Street Lower, Dublin 1

When: Friday April 20th, 8pm

Tickets: €23.00

5. Pillow Queens

The new girl band on the block. Pillow Queens were formed in August 2016 after realising that making music together was their passion. Cathy plays guitar and sings, Rachel hits the drums all while Pam and Sarah swap guitar, bass and lead vocal duties.

pillow-queens

Their songs became big hits with new fans in the local underground DIY scene and even got onto BBC 6music playlists. Deeply infectious, catch these ladies live and at their very best in just over 2 weeks time.

Where: The Workman’s Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

When: Saturday April 21st, 8pm

Tickets: €15.00

6. New Valley Wolves

New Valley Wolves are a straight up, no bulls*it rock n’ roll two-piece that will come crashing into Dublin this April. The band are set to release their new record The Gospel Ep on the night, all the more reason to head along to the Workman’s. They are very passionate about what they do and offer up an unapologetic style that is sure to blow you away.

new-valley-wolves

Their new album Refusal is Our Weapon is a tribute to rock n’ roll music and how much it has grown over the past few years. Less questions, more action and make sure you don’t miss this deadly duo.

Where: The Workman’s Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

When: Saturday April 28th, 8pm

Tickets: TBC

Now that you know what gigs are coming this April, you have no excuse not to see what a brilliant place Dublin can be for local music. Find our first hand by trying any one of these gigs and opening up to the talent that is just waiting to be found.

Zuzanna Piasek
Passionate about all things creative including food and hoping to spread a few good messages. I believe the most important thing you’ll ever do is stay true to yourself, so be free and be you!

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6 Gigs You Need To See In Dublin This April
April 4, 2018 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek

Looking to head out this April and listen to some amazing tunes in Dublin? Well, don’t you worry we’ve got six gigs that you definitely don’t want to miss out on this month. As always, there’s a boatload of top draw Irish artists that will have you bopping to some serious beats.

Not just one for finding great gigs at The Sharpe, we’ve also found artists that are releasing some of the best new music in Ireland, so that’s your next Spotify playlist sorted. Let’s get straight into it and see where the best spots are for gigs in Dublin this April.

1. The Hot Sprockets

The Hot Sprockets are going to be rocking out at The Button Factory this April. The guys will be launching their new album Dream Mover which is being released in just two days time on the 6th of April. Their sound is one which has plenty of psychedelic flavour but also a nice sampling of Indie Soul thrown into the mix.

the-hot-sprockets

These five blood brothers from Dublin City became united for life when they realised their passion for rock music. Priding themselves on their cosmic vibe, you can find them anywhere from Spotify to Youtube. Check out the bands website for more information on these funky dudes.

Where: The Button Factory, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

When: Saturday April 14th, 7:30pm

Tickets: €15.00

2. Ciaran Lavery

This singer/ songwriter will hit you right in the feels with his alternative Indie tunes. Singing universal truths, Ciaran Lavery will have you swaying from side to side as his acoustic guitar strums along. Just last year, Lavery teamed up with Derry producer Ryan Vail for a mini-album called Sea Legs which features songs inspired by the Donegal coast.

ciaran-lavery

With his new album Sweet Decay out on April 13th you don’t want to miss out on seeing this guy in Whelan’s so grab your tickets straight away!

Where: Whelan’s, 25 Wexford Street, Dublin 2

When: Thursday April 19th, 8pm

Tickets: €13.00

3. All the Luck in the World

Want more alternative music? Well this might just be the band for you. To put it mildly, these young guys from Wicklow are extremely talented. Neil Foot, Ben Connolly, Kelvin Barr and Peter Kelly make up the band and the guys just recently had their track Contrails added to a seasonal Spotify playlist called Acoustic Springs.

all-the-luck-in-the-world

All the Luck in the World came about in 2011 and ever since then they have has been working hard. The band are just about to embark on a European tour that will see them hit some major cities like Vienna, Munich, London Berlin and Hamburg. Their Dublin date on the 19th of April will be the last of the tour and is definitely worth heading along to!

Where: The Workman’s Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

When: Thursday April 19th, 8pm

Tickets: €13.00

4. The Low Anthem

The Salt Doll Went to Measure the Depth of the Sea is the title of The Low Anthem’s new album. This group is a different band to the one that was around 10 years ago, having changed their style drastically.

the-low-anthem

The talented quartet traveled down to their home town in providence RI and renovated a theatre to inspire creative talent. Join them as the play their indie folk/ experimental music this April at The Grand Social.

Where: The Grand Social, 35 Liffey Street Lower, Dublin 1

When: Friday April 20th, 8pm

Tickets: €23.00

5. Pillow Queens

The new girl band on the block. Pillow Queens were formed in August 2016 after realising that making music together was their passion. Cathy plays guitar and sings, Rachel hits the drums all while Pam and Sarah swap guitar, bass and lead vocal duties.

pillow-queens

Their songs became big hits with new fans in the local underground DIY scene and even got onto BBC 6music playlists. Deeply infectious, catch these ladies live and at their very best in just over 2 weeks time.

Where: The Workman’s Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

When: Saturday April 21st, 8pm

Tickets: €15.00

6. New Valley Wolves

New Valley Wolves are a straight up, no bulls*it rock n’ roll two-piece that will come crashing into Dublin this April. The band are set to release their new record The Gospel Ep on the night, all the more reason to head along to the Workman’s. They are very passionate about what they do and offer up an unapologetic style that is sure to blow you away.

new-valley-wolves

Their new album Refusal is Our Weapon is a tribute to rock n’ roll music and how much it has grown over the past few years. Less questions, more action and make sure you don’t miss this deadly duo.

Where: The Workman’s Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

When: Saturday April 28th, 8pm

Tickets: TBC

Now that you know what gigs are coming this April, you have no excuse not to see what a brilliant place Dublin can be for local music. Find our first hand by trying any one of these gigs and opening up to the talent that is just waiting to be found.

Zuzanna Piasek
Passionate about all things creative including food and hoping to spread a few good messages. I believe the most important thing you’ll ever do is stay true to yourself, so be free and be you!

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