TMFTML turns 5 this March (whut?!?) and we’re bringing the noise to Sin É Dublin to celebrate in style!
Headlining on the night are Dublin instrumental math wizards Chancer. This 4-piece supergroup tear the roof off every room they play in. Their music is complex in nature but instantly accessible, full of mind bending loops and ear grabbing hooks. Expect to have a serious bangover after this set! For fans of Adebisi Shank, And So I Watch You From Afar & Ttng.
”Chancer deliver punchy hooks and off-kilter ear-worms. The band has transitioned from a solo project to duo, from power-trio to power-quattro, with members from other local bands stepping in and filling the interstices. The band’s latest single ‘Banger’ is bound to get you bouncing.” Fecking Bahamas
We’re extremely excited to have the mighty Pranks returning to the stage to support. These guys have to be seen to believed. The power-duo produce ground shaking, blisteringly explosive grunge tunes full of the tastiest riffs imaginable. For fans of Queens of the Stone Age, Royal Blood & Death From Above 1979
““Showing that economy doesn’t necessary mean you can’t deliver a bludgeoningly loud rock show, Micheal Sheil and Gearoid Connaughton’s grunge-leaning rock music has the big riffs and metal chops of old. They sound like Manic Street Preachers’ James Dean Bradfield letting loose on a Queens of the Stone Age track. It’s old school stuff done well.” – Nialler9’s New Artist of the Week, The Irish Times
Entry is FREE before 9PM or €5 after and doors are at 8:00pm. See you in the front row!
This Friday night, two of Dublin’s most promising live electronic artists take to the stage for a double header that’s sure to kick your Paddy’s Day Weekend off in style.
Royal Yellow is the moniker of Dublin-based producer Mark O’Brien. Mark is the ex-bassist of one of Ireland’s greatest math-rock bands, Enemies. He launched his debut single ‘Hazeldene’ last year and dropped second single Aruba in February. Seamlessly blending lo-fi hip-hop with jazz, country, soul and the sounds of old film scores, the genre-defying tracks have since racked up over half a million streams on Spotify. Performing on the night with a full live band, we’re super excited to check them out!
Last year saw Dublin-based producer and multi-instrumentalist Sam Killeen launch SENU, a home for his unique blend of electronic jazz and the darker corners of hip-hop. His debut single “Suffocating” (featuring Loah) was strong enough to lead to bookings at Body&Soul, Electric Picnic & a ripper of a set at KnockanStockan, allowing Killeen to morph SENU into an intense and hypnotic live band. His most recent release is a unique remix of Japanese City Pop legend Tatsuro Yamashita’s “Love Talkin”, which has quickly become a dancefloor staple in clubs all over Dublin.
Tickets are available now priced €15. Additional support on the night comes from Cidot & JEAG.
Dublin rockers The Hot Sprockets sadly packed things in last November, but frontman Wayne Soper is back with a new solo vehicle, Midnight Wayne. His debut track, ‘Someone Like You’, is a gorgeous psychedelic dream pop tune that oozes sunny summer vibes out of every pore. It’s one that’s bound to be stuck in your head from the very first listen. It’s buttery smooth with hooks aplenty.
Taking a leaf out of Tame Impala/Kevin Parker’s book, Soper writes, records and plays everything on the track from bass to synth, enjoying the freedom of creating outside of the commitments of a touring rock’n’roll band.
He plans to drop a few more tracks this year & we’re happy to hear that the dreamy psychedelic folk-pop journey is only beginning…
Last month he released the mixtape Cork City Anthems featuring collaborations with Invader Slim, Fynch and loads more and just a few weeks later he’s back with a brand new track featuring Post Punk Podge (minus the Technohippies). Listen to the pair take aim at the Dublin centered music scene. We count references to Nialler9, The Murder Capital, Samantha Mumba, Daniel O’Donnell, Wyvern Lingo, Louis Walsh, Mathman, The Corrs, D.C Fontaines, BIMM & Breaking Tunes. What a bunch of Dangerous Fellas!