Longitude (Sunday) – Ones to Watch

Ones To Watch
@Longitude (Sunday)

Marley Park – 21st July 2013

Half Moon Run – Woodlands Stage

Grunge infused funk like a cross between “Red Hot Chilli Peppers”, “Pearl Jam” and “Kings of Leon” playing upbeat keys with a seriously strong bass line. Their harmonies are similar to “Little Green Cars” and they even squeeze in a harmonica. Arty hipsters types they were appreciated by the crowd, demonstrated by a jam packed tent. Loads of pent up energy looking forward to seeing these guys in a venue where the people can crowd surf, give it up for Half Moon Run. The Canadians will return to Dublin in November for a show at The Workman’s Club.

East India Youth – Heineken Live Project Stage

The sublime one man electro musician William Doyle rocked our minds at the Heineken Stage check out his Hostel EP which contains boasts four awe-inspiring creations. Still very new and very young, he’s standing out as an architect of electronic sound and receiving rave reviews. East India Youth is definitely one to watch over the next few years.

Nialler9 – Redbull Stage

DJ Niall Byrne played an impressive array of hot right now tracks overlayed with a electro tropical, dream-wave some deep, deep funky bass. Crowd jammed in now. Lovely dance vibe. Check out his dreamy under water coral sound at a Dublin venue soon via Nialler9.com and we look forward to hearing more material from Nialler9.

Review by Áine Byrne

In association with DublinConcerts.ie

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