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ZoiD Live With HORNS! live at Workin II

Daniel Jacobson

ZoiD is Dublin-based musician, producer and DJ Daniel Jacobson. Releases out on Invisible Agent, Boy Scout Audio, D1 and Diatribe. As a guitarist and electronic musician he has played with many groups, including recent tours with Meljoann and Jack Read more [...] Read More »

Nigel Mooney live at JJ’s Smyths

Nigel Mooney live at JJ's Smyths

Nigel Mooney is widely regarded as Ireland’s leading jazz singer and guitarist. A charismatic figure on the Dublin jazz and blues scenes since the early 1980′s, his Gripewater Blues Band spearheaded the blues movement in Ireland and drew many fans Read more [...] Read More »

Stian Westerhus Live at theTwisted Pepper

Stian Westerhus

Progressions: Contemporary Masters of Solo Guitar Throughout 2013, IMC pays homage to this most versatile and expressive of instruments, the guitar, bringing you a brilliantly eclectic line up of guitarists. Our first Progressions season comes Read more [...] Read More »

Phisqa live at the Bray Jazz Festival 2013

Phisqa

Phisqa (meaning ‘five’ in Peruvian dialect) is a collaboration between young players from Italy, South Africa, Peru, Venezuela and Ireland.  The group present a set that merges the rich textures of Peruvian rhythm with the finesse and spontaneity Read more [...] Read More »

Butter Live at the Bray Jazz Festival 2013

Dennis Cassidy

Dublin based neo-soul outfit Butter are known for their innovative renditions of classic neo-soul and hip hop covers.  A six-piece, the group is fronted by singer Georgia Cusack (vocals) Stephen McHale (Guitar), Chris Engel and Sam Commerford (Saxes) Read more [...] Read More »

Chris Dave and the Drumhedz

Chris Dave and the Drumhedz

One of the hottest acts in jazz and hip-hop today “Chris Dave and the Drumhedz… one of the most incredible shows I’ve seen in a very long time. Go see this band.” (www.drumgearreview.com) Chris Dave has been around the world and back Read more [...] Read More »