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  • Aslan

    (17,473 listeners)

    irish, rock, 80s, irish rock

    There are several artists and bands with the name 'Aslan': 1. a rock band from Ireland. 2. a progressive British folk band from England. 3. the first incarnation of the band Psychotic Waltz.

  • Bell X1

    (199,464 listeners)

    irish, indie, indie rock, alternative

    Bell XI is an indie rock group which formed in 1999 in County Kildare, Ireland. The band consists of Paul Noonan (vocals, drums, guitar), David Geraghty (guitar, keyboards, vocals) and Dominic Philips (bass, vocals).

  • Codes

    (3,428 listeners)

    electronic, indie, indie pop, indie rock

    Codes are an alternative/electronic quartet from Dublin, Ireland. Expansive yet melodic. Powerful yet delicate, their music colours the void between the ambience and longevity of soundtrack music and the energy and immediacy of live music.

  • Concerto for Constantine

    (548 listeners)

    rock, indie, alternative, irish

    Concerto for Constantine is three Dubliners: singer and guitarist Mark Greaney (formerly JJ72's frontman and songwriter), bassist Gavin Fox (formerly of Turn, Idlewild and Vega4),and drummer Binzer (formerly of The Frames, BellX1, and Halite; he also plays drums for Mundy and My Brightest Diamond).

  • Declan O'Rourke

    (13,007 listeners)

    irish, singer-songwriter, folk, ireland

    Declan O'Rourke is a gold record singer/songwriter from Ballyfermot Dublin, Ireland. At the age of 13, when living in Australia with his family, O'Rourke was given his first guitar by a priest in Kyabram who recognised his potential and love for music; Hence the title of his debut album "Since Kyabram", which was released in October 2004.

  • Delorentos

    (30,238 listeners)

    indie rock, irish, indie, ireland

    Delorentos are a Dublin-based Irish alternative rock band, formed in 2005. They consist of Ró (vocals, guitar, piano), Kier (vocals, guitar), Níal (bass, backing vocals) and Ross (drums, backing vocals).

  • Dry County

    (2,880 listeners)

    rock, southern rock, country, hard rock

    Dry County (Dublin) are now known as Alias Empire www.aliasempire.com Second album on its way soon. or Dry County are Canadian country band. Band website is www.drycountyband.com

  • Fight Like Apes

    (48,283 listeners)

    indie rock, irish, indie, electronic

    Fight Like Apes (also referred to as FLApes or FLA) are an Irish alternative rock band formed in Dublin in 2006.

  • Flogging Molly

    (777,092 listeners)

    irish, punk, folk, punk rock

    Flogging Molly is a seven-piece Irish American celtic punk band that formed in Los Angeles, in 1997 and is currently signed to SideOneDummy Records.

  • Future Kings Of Spain

    (4,460 listeners)

    irish, alternative rock, indie, indie rock

    Future Kings Of Spain were a rock 4 piece from Dublin, Ireland. In this September 2009 posting on their MySpace and email to fans, Future Kings of Spain (FKOS) announced that they were no longer active as a band:

  • Heathers

    (22,139 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, female vocalists, irish

    There are at least two bands with the name Heathers. 1) A folk duo from Ireland (2007-present) 2) An indiepop band from Los Angeles (2013-present). 1) Heathers are twin sisters Ellie and Louise Macnamara from Dublin, Ireland.

  • In Case of Fire

    (20,355 listeners)

    alternative rock, rock, post-hardcore, alternative

    In Case of Fire (formerly known as Element) are an alternative rock group from Northern Ireland. Formed in 2005, the original and current line-up consists of brothers Steven (vocals, guitars) and Colin Robinson (drums, percussion), as well as Mark Williamson (bass guitar). They are signed to Search and Destroy Records in the U.K and the Zomba Label Group in the U.S.

  • Mundy

    (65,175 listeners)

    irish, singer-songwriter, folk, rock

    Mundy (born Edmund Enright in Birr, County Offaly in 1976) is an Irish singer-songwriter. He released his debut album Jellylegs in 1996 on the Epic Records label. The album included the song "To You I Bestow", which was featured on the bestselling soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann's film adaptation of Romeo and Juliet.

  • Paddy Casey

    (33,455 listeners)

    irish, singer-songwriter, indie, acoustic

    Patrick "Paddy" Casey is an Irish singer-songwriter from Dublin. Paddy Casey’s music is appealing to a wide audience. His debut album was one rich in soulful grooves and catchy hooks. The album opened loudly with the rousing Fear, and ended with the angry and despondent It’s Over Now, while exploring themes of loneliness, loss, love and social problems facing the young generation along the way.

  • Republic of Loose

    (14,834 listeners)

    irish, funk, alternative, dublin

    Republic of Loose are a Dublin-based band who have broken the seal of the usual run-of-the-mill Irish singer/songwriter act.

  • The Blizzards

    (11,971 listeners)

    irish, alternative rock, rock, ska-pop

    There is more than one artist with this name: 1 The Blizzards are an Irish band from Mullingar, County Westmeath, Ireland formed in 2003.

  • The Brothers Movement

    (4,770 listeners)

    irish, psychedelic, rock, indie

    The Brothers Movement is an alternative rock band from Dublin, Ireland, comprised of Neil Paxton (guitars/vocals), Conor Paxton (bass), Scott Glennon (guitar) and Andy Parkes (drums). The Brothers Movement formed in 2007 and shared billing with established rock acts like The Jesus Mary Chain, MC5, The Chemical Brothers and Sonic Youth.

  • The Coronas

    (14,677 listeners)

    alternative, irish, indie rock, indie

    The band originally formed when the members were just 15 and students at Terenure College. The band was initially known as 'Kiros', but changed it's name and line-up three years later to 'Corona'.

  • The Pogues

    (681,083 listeners)

    irish, folk, punk, folk rock

    The Pogues is a Celtic punk band from London, formed in 1982 and fronted by Shane MacGowan. The band reached international prominence in the 1980s and early 1990s.

  • The Red Labels

    (60 listeners)

    irish, under 2000 listeners, indie, alternative

    Fresh from a chain of energetic performances spanning from London to Russia. Dublin based four piece, The Red Labels have been studio bound for the last couple of weeks completing their much awaited second EP of this year, due for release this December.

  • The Script

    (1,444,343 listeners)

    pop rock, irish, rock, pop

    The Script are a pop rock band which formed in 2001 in Dublin, Ireland. The band consists of Danny O'Donoghue (vocals), Mark Sheehan (guitar) and Glen Power (drums).

  • The Swell Season

    (211,608 listeners)

    acoustic, singer-songwriter, indie, irish

    The Swell Season was formed as a result of a collaboration between Glen Hansard, Markéta Irglová, Bertrand Galen and Marja Tuhkanen when they recorded the album The Swell Season (released in April 2006).