Vantasival 2017 | The Eskies, Andy Smith & more join line-up

The latest wave of artists set to play Vantastival 2017 music festival this summer have been announced, including the Eskies and Andy Smith. Today’s Vantastival 2017 line-up announcement features: Andy Smith (ex. Portishead), The Eskies, Fish Go Deep, Blood and Fire Sound System feat. MC Brother Culture, Keith Plunkett, Grainne Hunt, Niall Mc Guigan, Niall Thomas,…

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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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Gavin Glass, the Eskies & more to play Blues, Roots & Brass festival this weekend

This weekend will see the Blues, Roots & Brass festival descend upon the Camden Quarter in Dublin with performances from Gavin Glass, the Eskies & more.  Featuring in the Blues, Roots & Brass festival 2015 line-up are: Gavin Glass & the New Shakers, Dublin Blues Cartel, the Eskies, Jem Mitchell & more. See below for full bill.…

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R.S.A.G, the Eskies & more to play this weekend’s Spraoi festival

This weekend will see the annual Spraoi music & arts festival descend upon Waterford City with live sets from R.S.A.G, the Eskies & more. Taking place from Friday, July 31st to Sunday, August 2nd in venues throughout Waterford including Geoff’s, Central Arts and the outdoor Maxol Plaza Stage on the Quay to name but a…

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Listen | TLMT Podcast Ep. 15 – The Rules of Mother

This week on the Last Mixed Tape podcast Steve reviews the Eskies, Fierce Mild plus more and goes all Tom Waits (via Kevin Spacey). While Kate lays down the law. Episode fifteen also finds Kate & Steve talking about TLMT Canalaphonic takeover, the #Televisemusic campaign (Nialler9’s Irish Times piece), the Irish top 10 albums and this weekend’s gigs…

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The Eskies – After The Sherry Went Round

The Last Mixed Tape reviews the Eskies much-anticipated debut studio album After The Sherry Went Round.  After The Sherry Went Round is an excessive celebration of all the countless sweat soaked gigs, tours and late night sessions the Eskies have experienced (or incited) in the years leading-up to its release. Indeed, the album exudes a vim and…

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Acts for the Harbour Bar stage at Groove Festival 2015 announced

The line-up for the Harbour Bar stage at this year’s Groove Festival has been announced including Maud In Cahoots, Mark Geary & The Eskies. The second stage at Groove Festival will be run by Bray venue the Harbour Bar and will have a selection of local Irish acts performing throughout the two-day festival, joining the…

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BD Festival 2015 timetable & festival map

The running order, timetable and stage map for tomorrow (Friday, April 3rd) BD Festival have been revealed.  Taking place at Glendalough House in County Wicklow this Friday, BD Festival 2015 will feature performances from: Leftfield (DJ Set), Jape, the Hot Sprockets, Hare Squead, Discopunks, the Eskies, Smash Hits, Insterskalatic, Heroes In Hiding, the Academic and more. See…

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The Eskies to launch their debut album at the Whelan’s

Alternative-trad act the Eskies are set to launch the release of their debut album After The Sherry Goes Round in Whelan’s on May 16th. The band will be celebrating the release of their much-anticipated debut album this May with a live set in Whelan’s main venue. A group known for their thunderously energetic, inclusive live shows the…

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B.A.R.E In The Woods festival add first wave of acts to 2015 line-up

The first batch of artists confirmed to play B.A.R.E In The Woods 2015 have been announced. Now in it’s sophomore year B.A.R.E In The Woods Music & Arts Festival returns to Portarlington, County Laois on Saturday, June 13th, with twelve of the acts for the 2015 line-up having just being confirmed. Included in the announcement…

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