Starting this Friday, Independence Month at Crawdaddy will see a series of gigs hosted by Popical Island, Smalltown America and other leading independent Irish labels.
'Jimmy Cake' sounds like a sweet gangster or spiced teacake but instead is the name conferred by a seven-piece spread of musicians in Dublin. Nay McArdle spoke to Vincent Dermody and Paul G.Smyth ahead of their December 23rd Crawdaddy gig.
January is Independence Month at Crawdaddy, and the first gig to be announced is a Smalltown America night on January 13th with LaFaro, Fighting With Wire, Former Monarchs & more.
The Jimmy Cake play Crawdaddy this Friday in a desperate, last ditch, pull out all the stops attempt* to raise enough money to put out their 5th album.
Hands Up Who Wants To Die play their first Dublin gig in 6 months at Crawdaddy on October 21st, assisted by Legion Of Two and some "Special Guests".
Have a listen (an exclusive one at that) to Gravedigger, which will be the first single from Land Lovers' soon to be released LP Confidants.
Miracle Fortress plays Crawdaddy on Sunday and we've a pair of tickets for you (yes, you... maybe) to win.
This Thursday, four bands will enter the Pick For The Picnic Thunderdome in Crawdaddy and fight to the death for a chance to play at this weekend's Electric Picnic. Wait... that's not right.
We've a pair of tickets to give away for Thursday's Harmless Noise-curated Future Bright at Crawdaddy with Toby Kaar, Low Sea, Last Days Of 1984, Versechorusverse & Bantum plus DJing from Le Galaxie & Logikparty.
Ian Maleney chats about Irish electronic music, gigging with bands and the problems of remix tobification with Toby Kaar ahead of his performance at Thursday night's Harmless Noise / Future Bright gig in Crawdaddy.