Instrumental artists Seti The First released their debut record Melting Cavalry in the summer of 2012 to great critical acclaim. The band have already performed on RTE programmes The View and Arena, while the record has received extensive airplay on Lyric FM featuring particularly on the John Kelly Ensemble and The Blue of The Night. Fans of the band include actor Cillian Murphy and Danish band Efterklang who put a Seti track on their ‘mix tape’ for music magazine Under the Radar. The band has also (…)
David Kitt is an Irish musician/producer that crosses multiple genres. His father and uncles formed a successful touring folk group when he was young so he grew up surrounded by music, and he himself began performing live sets while studying music technology at Trinity College, Dublin. He recorded and mixed the seven tracks of his debut release in his bedroom and this debut LP, the quietly magnetic Small Moments (Rough Trade) was followed by the expansive ambient textures and looping pop mantras of The Big (…)
Gavin Mulhall band releases their New EP “The Wisdom of Crowds” on Friday, 03 May at Odessa Club Dublin. The EP is available from the 29th of March 2013 on iTunes, Google Music, Nokia Music Store and Amazon MP3. It can also be purchased at http://www.reverbnation.com/gavinmulhall with 50% of proceeds going to the Keep A Child Alive Charity, or for free at Bandcamp (http://gavinmulhall.bandcamp.com/) and Soundcloud (https://soundcloud.com/gavinmulhall/sets).
An intriguing evening of recordings and reflections with the celebrated US producer, writer and music historian Ian Nagoski on Monday 29th April. Nagoski specializes in early 20th century recordings in languages other than English. In the last decade, Nagoski has produced acclaimed collections for Dust to Digital, Tompkins Square, Important and Em records, excavating 78s, shellacs and cylinders from the dawn of the recording age from India, Anatolia, Greece, the Levant, and Eastern Europe. In a presentation that surely evokes the experience of the Irish (…)
Following its sold out run last October, THE BEATLES SHOW returns to Dublin for six performances in April, and this time the venue is the Odessa Club in Dame Court – right in the heart of the city. THE BEATLES SHOW consists of three Beatles-related plays – LENNON v McCARTNEY / DEATH AND THE BEATLES FAN / JOHN LENNON’S LAST DAY – plus the music of The Beatles performed live by VYVIENNE LONG and THE NEWSPAPER TAXI MEN. Tickets for the show cost €16 (including booking fee). Available from entertainment.ie. (…)
Since the mid 90’s Eamonn fronted The Racketeers as they brought their fiery brand of Americana to audiences throughout Europe, releasing six albums along the way. In recent years he has also toured solo through Germany, Scandinavia, Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, the Baltics, USA and Canada. After a few years of self releasing CD’s the 2006 album Silver & Dust came out on German indie label Cannery Row Records. It was recorded by Paul Thomas, best known for his work with The Dubliners, Nikki Sudden, Thin Lizzy (…)
BIMM students join forces and put on a serious night of great live music with SAILS, Orchid Collective and Brendan McGlynn.
Paul Tiernan: the man who in 2008 had a song (How to say goodbye) in Hollywood teen cult movie ‘Nick and Norah’s Infinite playlist’, who once played with the legendary Donovan, who has 6 solo albums released, who has played his trusty mandola with Nick Harper, Boo Hewerdine, Robyn Hitchcock, Mark Geary, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Sinead Lohan, Katell Keineg and Glen Hansard to name but a few. He also recently sang and played the same trusty mandola on Morcheeba’s latest album ‘Blood like lemonade’ (released (…)
One of Ireland’s most refined singer songwriters, Stewart Agnew, is emerging from his self-imposed musical exile clasping a clutch of AOR masterpieces to his chest in the shape of his third album, Hello Bright Spark (Trick Records), released simultaneously with the single, “Look How The Stars Turn On”. With initial writing and pre-production sped along by contributions from Lou Natkin and Paul Wilkinson, Stewart headed into the studio in May 2011. Renowned producer Roger Bechirian (The Undertones, Elvis Costello, Bell X1) took control of the (…)
On Thursday, April 4th, at The Odessa Club on Dame Court, Dublin 2, Richard and Eoin will present a tasting of 7 carefully selected wines, matched with 7 delicious pieces of chocolate handmade by Cocoa Atelier.
Tickets are priced at €35 and can be purchased via a secure Paypal link:
We look forward to seeing you there!
Buy Tickets Kaleidoscope would like to invite you to join us for another whirlwind programme on April 3rd in our spiritual home at the Odessa Club in Dublin. We begin the night by introducing the esteemed leader of the Irish Baroque Orchestra, Claire Duff (baroque violin) who will capture us with a Telemann fantasie. The Irish Times said of Claire, ‘The sound quality, precision and shaping of the string playing was outstanding’. To follow we have a modern take on the Gregorian chant Veni Creator (…)
Following the recent nomination of I Am Not The Crow for the Choice Music Prize, windings release a second track from the album with an imaginative and touching animated video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACU8uBnd8Jc) ‘Something Outnumbered’ is a melodic and reflective offering from the record, at odds with the edginess of other parts but in many ways shows the complexity and depth of songwriting throughout I Am Not The Crow. The song’s themes touch on the passing of time and finding the good things and acceptance (…)