Catch the Raw Sessions live final tonight!

The final episode of Sony Ericsson’s Raw Sessions is on RTÉ Two tonight at 23.45, where the three contenders for the Sony Ericsson Artist Of The Year will battle it out in a live final.

Tonight’s show will have the highlights from the final gig in The Button Factory on Friday with performances from Dirty Epics (pictured), R.S.A.G. and The Infomatics.

The top three acts from that night need your votes to decide who will become the Sony Ericsson Artist Of The Year – so tune in to suss out who you wanna vote for!

Voting details are available from and you have until midnight on July 2 to cast your vote.

The winner will be revealed on Saturday's repeat show, and will grace the cover of the July 16 edition of Hot Press.

(Live Dirty Epics photograph by Meagan Hyland)


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