This Weekend | March 23rd – 25th featuring BARQ, Dream Wife, Cathy Davey, Sigrid, ROE & more

The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly Dublin gig guide, This Weekend features shows from BARQ, Dream Wife, Cathy Davey, Sigrid & more. Friday – March 23rd New Sounds In An Old Place – St. John Baptist Church Line-up: Ailbhe Reddy / Roe Tickets: €15 Doors: 8pm All Tvvins – Olympia Theatre Support: Day_S Tickets: SOLD OUT Doors: 7.30pm REWS – Whelan’s  Tickets: €12.75 Doors: 8 pm Knower…

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Review | Cathy Davey – New Forest

The Last Mixed Tape reviews New Forest, the long-awaited new studio album from Cathy Davey. New Forest is an album filled with new and wonderful things. One of the many pleasures found within Cathy Davey’s comeback album is the sense of otherness its creator brings to the table. Indeed, the record works as both a testament and a…

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Gig News | Aine Cahill, Cathy Davey, Augustines and more announce shows

Several new gigs have been announced for Dublin today including Aine Cahill, Cathy Davey and more. Aine Cahill – Christchurch Cathedral: November 4th Alternative-pop artist Aine Cahill will play an intimate headline show in Dublin’s Christchurch Cathedral this November. Tickets: €18 via ticketmaster from Thursday at 9am Cathy Davey – Whelan’s: October 22nd Cathy Davey will…

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The Mixed-Tape | Cathy Davey – The Pattern

In this week’s edition of TLMT’s song-of-the-week feature The Mixed-Tape we turn our attention to Cathy Davey and her brand new single ‘The Pattern’. It’s been quite some time since we last delved into the deep dark woods that is Cathy Davey’s music. While Davey’s first single in almost six years is a welcome return to this…

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Cathy Davey & We Cut Corners to play Xmas show in Whelan’s

Cathy Davey and We Cut Corners will perform a dual headline show on December 2nd as part of Whelan’s 25th anniversary celebrations this holiday season. We Cut Corners and Cathy Davey are the latest artists to take part in the Dublin venue’s series of anniversary shows which has included sets from the Frames, Damien Rice,…

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Homebeat & Irish Writer’s Centre present ‘Songbook’ November line-up

Event organizers Homebeat and the Irish Writers Centre’s Songbook live music series returns this month as part of the Dublin Book festival. Taking place on Sunday, November 16th at the Irish Writers Centre on Parnell Square North, the November line-up will include performances and interviews with songwriter Hilary Woods (read T.L.M.T’s review of her new E.P. Night here) and alternative-folk act the…

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The Late David Turpin releases re-mix album ‘We Belong Undead’ for Halloween

Songwriter the Late David Turpin has released a new E.P. of remixed tracks taken from his album We Belong Dead. Entitled We Belong Undead, the five track extended play features remixes from a host of exciting artists including Carriages (‘Bear of A Star’), Jon Dots (‘Cloud’), Strands (‘The Hotel’) and Hunter-Gather (‘Deer Fable’ feat. Cathy Davey). Also appearing on the E.P. is ‘Emile’, a…

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Cathy Davey set for November’s Culture Vultures

Singer-songwriter Cathy Davey is set to perform at the November edition of Culture Vultures in the Odessa Club. The show will take place on Thursday, November 13th and will feature a live performance from Davey (who has a new album coming out soon) as well as stand-up set from comedian Colm O’Regan and a public interview with critically…

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Printer Clips to play Vicar Street

Bell X1’s Paul Noonan is set to take his new music project Printer Clips to Vicar Street in Dublin on Friday, December 5th. An irrepressibly singular project, Printer Clips and it’s subsequent self-titled album featured duets with some of the most talented musicians performing today in bespoke recording spaces such as hallways, basements & bedrooms…

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Samuel Vas-Y feat. Cathy Davey – Creeping and Crawling

Samuel Vas-Y has unveiled his new music video for the song ‘Creeping and Crawling’ featuring Cathy Davey. Directed by David Keeling, the video for ‘Creeping and Crawling’ mixes live visuals and animation to create an entertaining take on Samuel Vas-Y’s latest release. Centred around a strong performance from actress Sophie Merry, the narrative closely follows…

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