Competition | Win Tickets to see the Eskies in the Bowery tonight

The Last Mixed Tape is delighted to give reader’s a chance of winning a pair of tickets to see the Eskies live in the Bowery tonight (March 23rd).  The Eskies will play a headline show at the new Rathmines based venue tonight. The band’s debut studio album After The Sherry Went Round provided a stellar mirror to…

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Hamsandwich set to play the Bowery

Indie outfit Hamsandwich have confirmed they will headline the Bowery in Rathmines next month. Taking place on Thursday, March 16th Hamsandwich will play the newly opened music venue as they continue to tour in support of their critically acclaimed number one album Stories From The Surface. In The Last Mixed Tape’s review of the record last…

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This Weekend | November 25th – 27th Gig Guide

The Last Mixed Tape’s weekly Dublin gig guide, This Weekend features shows from Meltybrains?, Le Boom, Rusangano Family, September Girls and more.  Friday – November 25th   Meltybrains? – the Academy Tickets: €17.35 Doors: 8pm Le Boom – Whelan’s Tickets: FREE before 10.30pm Doors: 11.45pm Danny G & the Sexual Healers – Bello Bar Tickets: €9 Doors: 8pm Count Vaseline –…

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Listen | BARQ further twist their agro-soul sound on ‘Bear’

Agro-soul outfit BARQ have returned with the genre melding sound of their latest single ‘Bear’. Following on from their previous single ‘That Thing You Love’ an furthering the twisted R&B/Soul sound that has identified BARQ as one of Ireland’s most interesting musical prospects, ‘Bear’ is a relentlessly propellant new track from the group. Building aggressively…

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Stomptown Brass, Jerry Fish, Interskalactic & more to play the Bowery’s grand opening

The first acts set to play Rathmines brand new live music venue the Bowery later this month. Opening this Halloween bank holiday weekend, the ship shaped venue (see photos below) will celebrate in style with live music from Stomptown Brass, Jerry Fish, Interskalactic and some very special guests chosen by promoter Abner Brown. The Bowery will also welcome…

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