It’s What You Want: You Me At Six bring Night People to Dublin’s Academy

  Music is such a big part of Irish culture, it’s no wonder that bands, singers and artists from all over the world repeatedly visit the many intimate venues Dublin has to offer. Music is one of the greatest forms of escapism, and live music offers the audience an often indescribable, unforgettable experience. On Monday…… Continue reading It’s What You Want: You Me At Six bring Night People to Dublin’s Academy

I Reviewed Bring Me the Horizon @ Belsonic 2016 Without Mentioning Oli Sykes

I’ve waited years to see Bring Me the Horizon. The last time they visited the island of Ireland was 2011, when they played The Academy Dublin, a sold out show (capacity of about 850 people between main standing area and upper balcony area, according to Wikipedia which is probably wrong, but pretty much close enough) that came…… Continue reading I Reviewed Bring Me the Horizon @ Belsonic 2016 Without Mentioning Oli Sykes

Slamdunk Festival 2016: 10 Year Anniversary (Midlands!)

Live music sometimes feels as though you’re coming home. Like a familiar friend that wraps you in the warmest hug, reminding you that you’re safe. You get lost in it for 45 minutes to an hour and a half. You forget what you’re wearing or how you look dancing or whatever has been on your mind all day or all week or all year. In that short time, live music is the break that you sometimes need from life. It’s a lifeline. It’s a necessity.