Tickets for the Rolling Stones concert in Paris this June, sold out in just 51 minutes after tickets went on sale yesterday morning. The band will play Paris’ Stade de France on June 13th, with all 75,000 tickets selling out within minutes of going on sale at 10 am on Friday. Details for the Paris gig […]
Thom Brookes of Bradford who now resides in County Kerry, Ireland just released his debut EP Milk. A haunting collection of passionate songs in the folk persuasion; we caught up with Thom recently to chat about his career
Gavin James is no stranger to Irish audiences at this stage. Arriving onto the scene this time last year with his debut EP Say Hello, James has spent much of the year touring and promoting his songs for which even earned him ‘Choice Song of the Year’ beating the likes of Delorento’s, LE Galaxie and The Script.
Scottish rockers, The View have been around for almost a decade now. The indie-rockers most famously known for their 2007 single, ‘Same Jeans’ have released four albums to date with a fifth in the works and talks of a ‘famous producer’ being enlisted to help with 2014’s release. We were lucky enough to catch up with bassist Kieren Webster during their tour of the UK and Ireland.
One Direction became one of the biggest boybands’ in the world after appearing on the X-Factor in 2010. Although they finished in third place they still secured a record deal and won the hearts of teenage girls from around the globe. The boys recently released the video for their new single ‘Story Of My Life’. […]
Canadian rockers Walk Off The Earth have just announced the details of a headlining gig in Dublin, during their upcoming tour. The show will take place in Dublin’s, The Academy on 27 April 2014. Tickets are a mere €20 and go on sale this Friday, 29 November. Walk Off The Earth is an unconventional musical […]
Galway based, Harrison & The Devil release debut EP, Cat Matters
Hermitage Green are one of Ireland’s most travelled acts, after playing to thousands world wide the boys returned home to record a special performance in Whelans. We caught up with the lads for a chat before they release Hermitage Green Live at Whelans this Friday
The last time monsters of rock, Queens of the Stone Age graced our shores they played to a sold out and zealous crowd at the Olympia Theatre; Josh Homme and Co. returned to Dublin’s 02 arena to play earlier this week.
The Daily Shift’s Austin Maloney says goodbye to Lou Reed, who passed away yesterday at the age of 71…
The Daily Shift’s Eoin Lúc Ó’Ceallaigh chats to Paul Savage, of Choice nominated band, O Emperor…
The Daily Shift’s Anita McSorley reviews Paul McCartney’s latest offering, New…
The Daily Shift’s Nicole O’Connor takes a look back at Dublin band Keywest’s recent gig…
Looking for some new, great Irish music? Look no further. The Daily Shift’s Eoin Lúc Ó’Ceallaigh reviews Hudson Taylor’s new EP, Osea… The close-harmonies and acoustic guitars of Hudson Taylor are back with some fresh material in the form of their latest EP, Osea. Following up from last year’s successful Cinematic Lifestyle EP, the Dublin […]
Considering a trip to the west of England for Glasto next year? The Daily Shift’s Shannon McNamee has bad news for you….