LUX ALMA is the new solo project by award-winning composer, musician and sound designer Alma Kelliher. Her music is sometimes contemplative, sometimes pulsing, concentrating on themes of female strength and Irish mythology, all wrapped in a dreamy electro aesthetic with Alma’s soaring vocal at its core.
Lōwli plays her debut Dublin headline show in BelloBar on Sat Feb 23rd to celebrate the release of her upcoming EP, ‘Feathers’.
Bishop Gunn of Natchez, Mississippi, is rooted in the history and sounds of their home and the surrounding Delta, and features a blend of rock and roll, soul and blues. The group consists of vocalist Travis McCready, Drew Smithers on guitar, Ben Lewis on bass and Burne Sharp on drums.
At SCOOP / Syrias Vibes we are throwing our first #yemenade fundraiser of the year
This… is… BIG!! The very first Paj single release party featuring a six-piece funky superband of Paj, D Cass, Johnny Taylor, Ryan Hargadon, Niall Hughes & Zeenie Summers with support by new/old electronic experimental band Dirty Dreamer.
Guaranteed grooves and good vibes
Earlybird tickets available now – €10 online, €12 on the night
Dublin 8s finest Unit 1 take to the stage on the first Saturday in March to test out some new material along with all the hits.
Welcome all to the Fishbowl Sessions in the Bello Bar, a Fishbowl Horizons event
The Kaleidoscope series’ offering for March is something of a musical marriage of Cork and Dublin.
Maria Somerville launches her debut LP All My People in the murky depths of the Bello Bar. Full band experience with support from a mystery Major Problems artist.
Presenting Eimears first solo Dublin show with support from Farah Elle and Beatrix Nova.
WOWEEMBEEM blew us all away last month! So they’re doing it all again, across 2 days, with even more artists & DJs! Like a mini-festival.
This gig will mark the launch of my crowdfunding campaign in Ireland and Daly will be performing the album material as well as sharing and explaining the funding and recording process with you.
After the launch of her critically acclaimed album “Blame Me for the Storm”, Sophie Coyle returns to Belfast with a fresh new set of songs which chronicle a journey through South America.
Ascension proudly presents Dead Witches with support from Elder Druid, Venus Sleeps & Worst