Photos | IDLES live at the Iveagh Gardens with Rolling Blackout Coastal Fever & the Claque

IDLES made their return to Dublin city last night with yet another incendiary live show, playing the intimate outdoor setting of the Iveagh Gardens with support on the night coming from Rolling Blackout Coastal Fever & the Claque. The Last Mixed Tape was there to cover the event. All photos by Stephen White. Click and scroll…

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Photos | Damien Dempsey live at the Iveagh Gardens with support from A Lazarus Soul

Damien Dempsey played a headline gig in the intimate outdoor setting of the Iveagh Gardens last night with support from A Lazarus Soul. The Last Mixed Tape was there to cover the show.  All photos by Stephen White. Click and scroll through the gallery below. 

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Photos | Tash Sultana live at the Iveagh Gardens with support from the Pierce Brothers

Tash Sultana came to Dublin city last night, playing a headline show in the intimate outdoor setting of the Iveagh Gardens with support from the Pierce Brothers. The Last Mixed Tape was there to cover the show.  All photos by Stephen White. Click and scroll through the gallery below. 

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Photos | Billy Corgan plays a sold-out solo show at the Olympia Theatre

Billy Corgan came to Dublin last night, playing an intimate sold-out show at the Olympia Theatre which included new material as well as Smashing Pumpkin and Zwan tracks. Support on the night came from Katie Cole. The Last Mixed Tape was there to cover the event.  All photos by Stephen White. Click and scroll through…

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Photos | Forbidden Fruit 2019 – Monday featuring Elbow, Fontaines D.C, Saint Sister, Julien Baker, Pillow Queens, RY X, Soda Blonde & more

Forbidden Fruit 2019 came to a close on Monday night at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham with sets from the likes of Elbow, Fontaines D.C, Saint Sister, Julien Baker, Pillow Queens, RY X, Soda Blonde, I Have A Tribe, Join Me In The Pines, Glasshouse presents Holoscene & more. The Last Mixed Tape was there to…

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Photos | Forbidden Fruit 2019 – Sunday featuring Empress Of, Peggy Gou, Daithí, JYellowL, Wastefellow, Meute & more

Forbidden Fruit 2019 descended upon the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin for festival day two this Sunday featuring live sets from the likes of Empress Of, Peggy Gou, Daithí, JYellowL, Wastefellow, Meute, Ross From Friends, Shy Mascot & more. The Last Mixed Tape was there to cover the first day of this year’s festival.  All photos by…

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Photos | Forbidden Fruit 2019 – Saturday featuring Skepta, Danny Brown, Earl Sweatshirt, Kojaque, Mahalia & more

Forbidden Fruit 2019 descended upon the Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin this Saturday featuring live sets from the likes of Skepta, Danny Brown, Earl Sweatshirt, Kojaque, Mahalia, Homeshake, Fia Moon & more. The Last Mixed Tape was there to cover the first day of this year’s festival.  All photos by Stephen White. Click and scroll…

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Photos | Peter Doherty and the Puta Madres live at the Academy

Peter Doherty came to Dublin last night, taking to the stage at the Academy with his band the Puta Madres as they tour in support of their self-titled debut album which came out last month. The Last Mixed Tape was there to cover the event.  All photos by Stephen White. Click and scroll through the…

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Live Review | “Born out of frustration and a search for catharsis” IDLES at Vicar Street

IDLES played a sold-out show in Vicar Street, Dublin last night as the group continue to tour their second album Joy As An Act Of Resistance. The Last Mixed Tape was there to cover the event.  “It’s a strange thing to be in a room full of strangers and feel loved, and feel a part of…

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Live Review | “Like A Dream” Sharon Van Etten at Vicar Street

Sharon Van Etten made her return to Dublin in Vicar Street last night, touring her brand new album Remind Me Tomorrow. The Last Mixed Tape was there to cover the event.  Walking onto a smoke-filled stage as the brooding synth bedrock of ‘Jupiter 4’ stretched out across a Sold-Out Vicar Street last night, Sharon Van Etten’s…

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