Bicurious play the Grand Social on the 19th of September as part of their European Tour!
Enter below for your chance to win a pair of tickets to the show.
FoxJaw, Slouch, Knifebear and Lost in Your Mind(formerly Drastics) take over The Workman’s Club tomorrow night for what’s sure to be a riff filled head banger of an evening. Tickets are an absolute bargain at €5, more details on the Facebook Event page here. Check out the acts below and get yourself down to the gig, doors are at 7:30pm.
Kojaque and Luka Palm are back with a brand new project called Green Diesel. The pair have collaborated in the past, notably on ‘Politicksis‘ from Deli Daydreams & more recently in singles ‘Date Night’ and ‘Airbnb’, both of which feature on the new album alongside 6 brand new tracks.
The pairs natural chemistry which comes across so easily on stage really transfers to the new project with the two swapping bars throughout. The record seems to be a more confident step out, less introspective than Deli Daydreams it brings a little less love and a little more braggadocio to the table.
Featuring production from long time collaborators Kean Kavanagh & Gaptoof plus newcomers Matt Finnegan, CHLOBOCOP and New Machine the record is a step in a new direction for the Soft Boy crew incorporating lo-fi and modern beats with fast flowing dynamic vocals.
Check it out for yourself below:
Kojaque and Luka Palm start a nationwide tour later this month before heading off around Europe to support UK rapper slowthai.
Bury Me With My Money are a five piece band from Mayo & Galway. They joined indie label Umbrella Records (home to Bannered Mare, Oscar Mild and Derek Ellard & the Future Business Model) in 2018 and have released two singles in the last year, ‘Grow‘ and ‘Marmite‘ both taken from the debut EP ‘Karosi’
Their newest single ‘Okay’ is a quirky mix of synth and acoustic sounds. It talks about the difficulty of being raised in a religious tradition and how breaking away from that can be a psychologically difficult experience, but ultimately leads to positive personal growth.
I sat down with bandleader Tomás Concannon to chat about the meaning behind the song, the band and what we can expect in the future from BMWMM:
TOMÁS: I grew up in a very traditional, middle class, rural Irish, catholic home. Then around the time of my tenth birthday, my mum began exploring a range of other religions and various spiritual practices. I was apart of her journey for five to six years and eventually just turned my back on it all. I have never returned to organised religion, but now days I’m more open to the a range of possibilities out there (the universe is a big ass place), and I’m not closed off to the lessons hidden within the ancient teachings of most religions.
I also think some of the benefits of those experiences in my youth created a strong interest in the well-being of my fellow man, also a massive interest in the human psyche and the play between good and evil in people. I think that’s reflected in most of my music, especially in my earlier music, I felt my songs had to have purpose and portray a valuable message for others as well as myself.
TOMÁS: No problem! We play ‘The Fun Machine’ in Fibber Magees, Dublin on Sept 12th and The Roisin Dubh Galway on September 13th. Tickets to both shows will be available on the door 😉