Posts by adamellison

Bulmers Live At Leopardstown 2016: First 3 Acts Announced!

Bulmers Live At Leopardstown is becoming something of a staple for concert-goers summers, with each year’s lineup getting stronger and

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Album Review: Birth Of Joy – Get Well

Psychedelic rock band Birth Of Joy are looking forward to adding to their discography with their upcoming release, Get Well.

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Album Review: Walking On Cars – Everything This Way

For around six years, Kerry rock-pop band Walking On Cars have been relentlessly gigging both around the country and internationally,

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Album Review: Mindriot Mt – Brothers

See the above photo and more at Adam Ellison Photography on Facebook. It’s been a little over a year since

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Interview: Wyvern Lingo – “..the music is feeling better and grooving better and we know what we’re going for a bit more now.”

Wyvern Lingo played a lovely set in the Big Top stage during their first ever Indiependence appearance. Ahead of their

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Interview: Ryan Sheridan – “I’m not ready for a big change”

It’s been over four years since the release of Ryan Sheridan’s debut album, The Day You Live Forever. This coming

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Live Review: Paddy Casey – Leopardstown Racecourse – 11/6/15

Photo by Adam Ellison Adam Ellison Photography 2015’s Bulmers Live at Leopardstown is off to a great start with a

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Album Review: Orphan Boy – Coastal Tones

Cleethorpe band Orphan Boy have somehow slipped under the radar since their inception in 2008, but recently they released their

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EP Review: Jet Pack – And You’ve Had Your Six

After spending the last few months touring with a number of high-profile pop-punk bands, including Paramore, You Me At Six

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Album Review: Lace Weeper – As The Crow Flies

Lace Weeper formed in 2011, and have released an EP every year since then. Now, we look at their first

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