This Weekend | May 17th – 19th Gig Guide Featuring In Their Thousands, Peluché, A Sleeping Giant, Zaska & more

The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly Dublin gig guide This Weekend features In Their Thousands, A Sleeping Giant, Zaska & more. Friday – May 17th Oh Bryan – Whelan’s Tickets: €13 Doors: 8 pm Tony Law – Whelan’s Upstairs Tickets: €20 Doors: 8 pm Sons of the East – the Workman’s Club Support: Amistat Tickets: €20 Doors: 8 pm In Their Thousands –…

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Premiere | In Their Thousands return with the vast sounding ‘ACRASIA’

The Last Mixed Tape is proud to premiere the brand new music video for ‘ACRASIA’ by In Their Thousands. The first single to be taken from In Thier Thousands upcoming studio album, ‘ACRASIA’ unveils itself as a vast sounding re-emergence from the group that plays with space and texture one minute then large-scale passages of…

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Q&A | In Their Thousands

In Their Thousands will play their biggest headline show to date this Thursday (December 8th)  at the Sound House in Dublin. The band’s Declan McClafferty recently took the time to speak to TLMT about the group’s re-emergence, Leonard Cohen, and ITT’s new direction. As a band, what is influencing you at the moment? It’s really…

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Watch | In Their Thousands release the stunning ‘Woodcutter’

Alternative-folk act In Their Thousands have unveiled their latest music video for ‘Woodcutter’. A beautifully tempered track, ‘Woodcutter’ is as finely crafted as it’s namesake evokes. Gently performed and woven, In Their Thousands’ new single tells a story in the best medium possible, song. In a video that compliments the deftly written music, stunning natural…

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Spirit of Folk 2014 timetable announced

The artist and stage timetable for this year’s Spirit of Folk music festival has been released. The annual music festival will take place this weekend (Friday, September 19th to Sunday, September 21st) in Dunderry Park, Co Meath. Spirit of Folk 2014 will be a bustling hotspot of some of the countries best folk, trad and roots…

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Spirit of Folk festival launch in Whelan’s

The Spirit of Folk music festival is to have its launch night, entitled We Are Made of Star Stuff in Whelan’s Dublin on Saturday, August 16th. Included in the forthcoming Spirit of Folk 2014 launch show will be a series of inspirational talks by Lee Hurley, Christian Reeves, Grace Dyas & Stephen James Smith, and live music performances…

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Spirit of Folk 2014 line-up announced

The line-up for this year’s Spirit of Folk 2014 line-up has been announced. Taking place from Friday, September 19th to Sunday, September 21st in Dunderry Park, Co Meath. The Spirit of Folk festival looks to highlight the bustling alternative-folk and traditional folk scene happening in Ireland at the moment. Included in this year’s exciting and diverse…

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Swell Music Festival timetable

The timetable and running order for the Swell Music & Arts festival in Donegal this weekend has been announced. Running from Friday, July 11th to Sunday, July 13th at Donegal’s Arranmore Island, the Swell Music & Arts festival will include a stellar line-up of acts playing on 3 stages including Sive, Duke Special, In Their Thousands,…

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Knockanstockan add more acts to 2014 line-up

Several exciting new additions have been made to the Knockanstockan 2014 line-up which will take place from Friday, July 25 to Saturday, July 26th at Blessington Lakes in County Wicklow. Featuring in today’s Knockanstockan festival line-up announcement are Waterford indie-rock act O Emperor, alternative-folk group In Their Thousands, seven-piece band White Chalk and singer-songwriter Conor Linnie. The performers added to the music festival’s…

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10 must see acts at Sea Sessions 2014

Sea Sessions 2014 will take place this Friday,June 27th to Sunday, June 29th in Bundoran, County Donegal. With a myriad of artists performing at the summer music & surfing festival here is the Last Mixed Tape’s 10 must see acts. Pørts – Main Stage, Friday June 27th (19.15 – 20.00) A band with a strong…

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