- 29 Jan 18
In association with Hot Press, TRAMLINE MONDAYS are a weekly live event aiming to showcase the best up-and-coming Irish artists in the heart of Dublin.
The inaugural event saw performances from the likes of soul singer Jesse John Heffernan, fierce punk-rock duo Vulpynes, and indie-rock heroes Orchid Collective, all of who set the tone for great gigs in the future.
The next event saw four more Irish artists perform, including chart-toppers HamsandwicH, ephemeral duo Hvmmingbyrd, experimental folk singer Junior Brother and neo-punk rocker Outsider. All four acts took part in a moving tribute to one of Ireland's greatest ever singer-songwriters, Dolores O'Riordan, who sadly passed away at the start of January.
If you missed the stunning introduction to this series of gigs, never fear! We've got events happening every Monday, with our next showcase bringing together Young Earth, Bodies, and Donal Quinn.
Drogheda-based indie-dance artist Donal Quinn will kick off the evening's live performances. Long-established in the local music scene, he'll be bringing his Arctic Monkeys/The Streets influenced beats, to Dublin's newest music venue.
Dublin three piece Dreaming of Jupiter will be bringing a selection of ambi-electro tunes to the Tramline crowd this on Monday. The group have been described as melodic pop with electronica, new soul and trip-hop. Their new single 'Eyes of Stone' is out now.
Our headliners of the evening are Young Earth, who will bring their intoxicating brand of indie rock to the evening. The band have earned critical acclaim from blogs and music tastemakers both internationally and at home. Enjoying vast radio play, the band released their debut EP Frequency Illusion in November.
At only 5 euros at the door, but FREE for students with ID, with a free bottle of beer on entry and drinks deals throughout the night, this exciting new showcase will liven up even the most dreary Monday. Come along and see for yourself.
TRAMLINE MONDAYS - Tramline, D’Olier St, Dublin 2. Next event 29th January. Doors: 8pm.