Hard Working Class Heroes 2017 is set to take over Dublin City this weekend (Friday, September 28th – Saturday, September 29th). With only days to go, TLMT has delved deep and come up with its Guide To HWCH 2017. See below for the full rundown, Spotify playlist and stage times.
Paddy Hanna – Friday: 10.15pm
One of Ireland’s best songwriters.
Thumper – Friday: 11pm
Noise-pop outfit Thumper will bring Friday at HWCH 2017 to a close with what should be a stand-out set from the festival.
Molly Sterling – Saturday: 8pm
Alternative-pop artist who is starting to show considerable promise.
AE Mak – Saturday: 8.45pm
Seriously infectious, genre-melding pop.
Bitch Falcon – Saturday: 11pm
Riff-heavy trio who always deliver live.
Bad Bones – Friday: 8.45pm
A truly unique artist on the Irish scene.
Le Boom – Friday: 9.30pm
Electronic two-piece who are fast becoming one of the festival acts of 2017.
Laoise – Saturday: 9.30pm
An artist who grows in stature with each new release.
Hvmmingbyrd – Friday: 9.45pm
Synth-pop duo Hvmmingbyrd have promised something different for this Friday with an A/V show.
Jealous of the Birds – Friday: 10.30pm
Indie artist Jealous of the Birds could very well be the surprise of HWCH 2017.
Erica-Cody – Friday: 7.45pm
Definition of “one to watch”.
Elm – Friday: 9.15pm
Elm return for HWCH 2017, it will be interesting to hear how things have changed since last year.
Loah – Friday: 10pm
Always an engaging and unique live performer.
Jafaris – Friday: 10.45pm
A born showman with a sound as brash and dynamic as its creator.
Rocstrong – Saturday: 10pm
He impressed last year, and will no doubt do the same with a later slot at Tramline.
Soulé – Saturday: 10.45pm
All eyes wtihin the Irish music industry may very well be on Soulé’s set at Hard Working Class Heroes 2017.
Lilla Vargen – Friday: 8.45pm
Belfast-based songwriter on the cusp of breaking through.
Aislinn Logan – Saturday: 7.15pm
For more information on Hard Working Class Heroes 2017 festival and industry conference visit hwch.net .