Shane Filan, lead singer from one of the world’s biggest boy bands Westlife turned soloist, is set to join local stars Little Bear and The Clameens at the city’s first Music Legacy event.
"As they left the stage I knew, and the crowd knew, that this is a band channeling a buzz that Northern Irish music hasn’t seen in recent years. Tragically... We must now play the cruel waiting game for their debut album. We’re in for a treat, so we are."
"It was a pleasure to have JPL back in Cardiff and playing on such great form; this was a set of winners played with style and heart and it made us all realise how much we’d missed seeing them play."
"I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, this band should have been huge, they’ve got a message, they’ve got hooks, they’ve got riffs and you can bet your life on it that they’ve got songs. Jetplane Landing, first class all the way!"
"After however many years out of the loop, Jetplane Landing are back, if you really thought they were ever gone, and stronger than ever... Roll on JPL5 and the next tour; I’ll be down the front, come say hey."
"Andrew Ferris is at his incensed best, snarling “Hey maggots, get off my turf, I wrote shit like this fucking years ago.” down the mic... In truth, though, there’s barely anybody that’s come close to them in the intervening years."
"More Than Conquerors really seem to have made [Glasgow] their second home and become an honorary member of the local scene. Then again, with music like this, who wouldn't welcome them with open arms?"
Smalltown America talent Little Bear & More Than Conquerors are featured and reviewed on #001 podcast.
The full half hour backdrop-projected onslaught in support of new single "Unimmortal".
Neg Peg to close the 2nd night with a headline set at the Prince Albert
Following their recent self-titled album release OKS will record a closed set show on Friday, 30th November, in The IMRO Other Room.
Expect big riffs, insults, jokes about fucking dead bodies and more riffs.
Free music, free sweets!
Negative Pegasus are playing @ Club Fandango as part of the Association of Independent Music's (AIM) Labelled With Love Festival.
We're delighted to announce the full lineup for this weekend's Pop-Up Store and All-Dayer in Derry, which takes place in the Craft Village & Pavillion and Mason's Bar on Friday, 31st August & Saturday, September 1st.
Negative Pegasus play with Delicate Steve, Empty Pools and DJs Jon Hillcock & Steve Chick on August 31st.
Loud and dirty, The Bonnevilles are one of the hardest gigging bands in Ireland and join us at this year's all-dayer
As part of Culture Tech Festival we will be curating two days of performances in Derry's Craft Village, courtesy of our lovely STA friends and family. First up on the bill Ruairi Connolly.
We talk to frontman Kris Platt about their appearnace at T, getting played on daytime Radio 1, and a shambolic harmonica player...
"Bear Knuckle Fight" gets played by Phillip Taggart standing in for Huw Stephens alongside You Me At Six and Nicky Minaj?
"We're delighted to have been asked, it's flattering to be offered the chance to play such a great festival" - Dave Magee
Brighton Noise photo gallery of Negative Pegasus as Creedence Clearwater revival at Bizarro World #2
BBC Introducing welcomes More Than Conquerors to their T Stage on Sunday 8th July 2012.
'The drummer’s relentless beat led the way as acid visuals flowed upwards, and the bass-less guitarists followed her lead.'
LaFaro to support We Were Promised Jetpacks at the German festival this Summer. Mach Show!
Negative Pegasus to perform the work of "Bad Moon Rising" swamp-rock, country-music legends Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Our Krypton Son Single Launch, Negative Pegasus support MAN FOREVER, LaFaro at Glasgowbury 2012, STA June Soundtrack and much more.
LaFaro Support No Spill Blood on July 5th Upstairs Whelan's, Dublin
'Blessed with a thundering, throbbing, heavy duty sound, typified by breakneck rhythms, clattering percussion and snarling vocals, Black, Magee, LaFaro and Lynn easily charm the pants off the Whelan’s massive, some of whom are too entranced by the racket to headbang along.'
'We are presented with an intimate, acoustic set. Chris McConaghy has a quiet and unassuming...his understated voice highlighting the melancholic nature of his songs.'
"I've only moved back from Sheffield a few months so I'm looking forward to actually seeing all these NI bands that I keep hearing about and never see" - Oisin
'Negative Pegasus whip up a howling, churning guitar assault with flailing shirts and limbs' - The Source Magazine
Negative Pegasus a 'must see' at this year's Great Escape Festival.
'This Sunday will see hotly tipped act from up north, Our Krypton Son heading down south to play at The Stags Head Raw.'
Get your Paddy's Day pre-swill on with More Than Conquerors in Belfast this Friday
Lets Buy Happiness, Blacklisters And Alpines Join LaFaro At STA's Dublin Camden Crawl Show
We are happy to announce that Fighting With Wire, LaFaro and More Than Conquerors will all be playing this year's Pigstock Festival.
STA Is 10 Free Sampler, Bundle deals on IndependentMusic.com, LaFaro return from Europe and FWW go out.
Folk And Tumble review Chris McConaghy supporting The Leisure Society in Belfast.
Fighting With Wire perform 'I Am Ursus' for Cock and Bull TV
Any Dutch fans who can translate please?
Our Krypton Son to play a number of solo shows at this year's Belfast Nashville Songwriters' Festival.
After a mammoth tour of Europe, LaFaro return to rip up the UK.
Something for the Dutch fans.
'The Arches audience warm to MTC easily, the girlish screams and squeals sound like they should belong at a One Direction concert and not a post-hardcore gig.' - 4/5
Smalltown America to host night at the first ever Camden Crawl Dublin.
Rams' Pocket Radio to be main tour support to Snow Patrol on their upcoming European arena tour.
No rest for the STA wicked, this month: MTC Record Debut Album, LaFaro & FWW European Tour News, Our Krypton Son's Irish Aerial Assault and the usual ...'more' in this month's STA newsletter.
Chris pops into Philly Taggart's BBC Radio 1 Introducing Northern Ireland Show for a chat and some tunes.
'Uiteindelijk kwam ik er op uit dat de muziek wel wat weg had van Peter Pan Speedrock en de zang wel een beetje leek op Johnny Rotten van de Sex Pistols, maar ook hier zijn de overeenkomsten nog vrij ver gezocht.' [This definitely sounds interesting...Any translators?]