The Dandy Warhols get off at the Olympia, new album hits the shelves the same week
The producers of the finest single of the millennium so far – fact! – The Dandy Warhols return to Dublin on May 14 for a show in the Olympia.
The same week finds the 'Bohemian Like You' crew unleashing their new album, Welcome To The Monkey House.
You have to suspect that, if it were not for their knack of knocking out the odd pop gem, the Dandy Warhols’ 15 minutes would’ve been up long ago. This isn’t quite one of those, although it does have that genuinely unhinged feel to it that has characterised their best work.Read More
The Dandies seem to feel both affection and disdain for their audience, a rag-bag of every-blokes and office girls.Read More
Quite how the Dandy Warhols have managed to keep their foot in the mainstream door for so long is one of life’s great mysteries.Read More
Let’s face it – The Dandy Warhols are slick.Read More
Marriage and babies have given The Dandy Warhols a fresh perspective on life. But they aren't ready to turn their back on sleazed-up rock'n roll just yetRead More
The Dandy Warhols are on the road again.Read More
This record sees the Dandies in touch with their mellower, stonier side.Read More
The best thing about The Dandy Warhols is that despite how instantly hummable their melodies are, they still manage to get better with each subsequent listen.Read More
...but all is not lost! They're doing two dates at the Olympia instead! Huzzah!Read More
The Dandy Warhols made their escape from urban bohemia witha little help from Vodafone. now they’re going retro-glam. Zia McCabe explains.Read More
The Dandy Warhols once teetered on the verge of a gigantic mainstream crossover with a song that boasted the opening lines "I never thought you'd be a junkie/Because heroin is so passe",Read More