SARAMAI @ Jam For Syria
A lot of bands on the local circuit are on our radar, and tonight the mountains came to Mohammed as we finally got to see this act in the flesh. Our anticipation had been whetted by what we had heard through word of mouth and they came highly recommended... Read more
As everyone knows we have a very strong working relationship with Gigonometry and it is one of the club nights we proudly sponsor. One of the main people behind that flagship is Mr. Dave Conway and his band was the second act playing tonight we saw. The strong Leonard... Read more
We had not come across this artist before tonight but his name was one we were familiar with and an upcoming single launch on February 15th looms on the horizon at The Workman’s Club. His style is something that borrows a little from Ed Sheeran and Ben Howard in... Read more
With this Dundalk band the old adage of saving the best ‘til last was certainly appropriate. Throughout their set they showed a positive sense of alternative and leftfield workings that allowed the music do the talking for them. The way their opening track ‘Tainted’ lingers on the melancholic captures... Read more
We have had this band on the U&I Radar since last year and due to illness their set was cut to a m ere four songs. How and ever it was a case of quantity over quality we are happy to say. The tinge of a Dusty Springfield meets... Read more
Our first band of the year was Young Earth and they are a Dublin band who draws on a number of musical influences from the past 50 years or so. They were also playing this evening as the first of two gigs they had tonight with the other being... Read more
Whereas 2016 might have been considered the year the music died here at Gigonometry we were determined to set out 2017 as the year that it is kept very much alive. Four acts took to the stage this evening and the first of which was this young solo artist... Read more
Closing out tonight and a fine 2016 of live music for Gigonometry was Popgun Warfare. With much to like about them as a seven piece they made that all count on ‘Cyclone’. It is heavy on the reggae style and the... Read more
Having recorded their eponymous debut release in Westland Studios we had been looking forward to seeing them play here this evening and they didn’t disappoint. Tonight the entire 8 track offering was played from start to finish in the form of... Read more
MILITARY ROAD are a Dublin outfit who are relatively new band and similarly to the local music scene. However they are fast getting gigs under their belt to smooth out the rougher edges, while they are also working with Gavin Glass at... Read more