Forward March at Central Arts

e4s2-pic-1-editFriday, 13th, unlucky for some but not the lads in We the People who take to the stage in Central Arts for their hometown gig before their national tour. The alternative rock band have recently been signed to SmartStar management and you can expect to hear great things from them in 2015. Doors 9pm, €10, BYOB.

Saturday, 14th, sees Cause and Effect back for an epic celebration of 1 year of Underground Techno and Art. With Ireland’s very best Techno DJs Sunil Sharpe and Diarmuid O’Meara! Both of these acts are high quality Irish DJs who have made their stamp on the electronic music Techno in a big way. Fans are in for a night of excellent underground Techno, good vibes, and art from a selection of Waterford’s talent. Booking for this is essential! Tickets are 12, BYOB, 8pm and strictly over 18’s.

Friday, 20th March, sees the return of Waterford alt-funk-indie-rock band The Dead Heavys. Going from strength to strength nationally with sell out gigs in Dublin, Central Arts reclaim the boys for one more night for what is set to be a savage gig. With the single Liquidator , (with guest vocalist Aisling Browne of Solar Taxi and Cut Once) slated for a March release and studio time booked for the band to finish work on a debut LP, The Dead Heavys are set to go from strength to strength in 2015. Dancing shoes at the ready. Doors 9pm, €10, BYOB.

Luka Bloom and his new band O’Sahara play a highly anticipated gig on Saturday March 21st. This relatively new collaboration features Luka, Jon O’Connell and Quentin Cooper who are all based in County Clare at the moment. They describe their music loosely as traditional limestone desert blues from the Burren. We invite you to experience this for yourself as this is a gig not to be missed. Tickets are €15, doors 8pm, BYOB.

Dublin band Squarehead with support from alt rockers Collides play Friday 27th March. Junk pop and surf rock are terms used to describe this bands genre and having listened to them ourselves we think they are definitely a fantastic melange of different genres and are delectably unique. Doors open 9pm, €10, BYOB, surfboard optional.

Youth Mass are an alternative / indie pop four piece from Trim, Co Meath and play in Central Arts on Saturday the 28th.

Named amongst Whelans prestigious ‘One’s To Watch’ 2015, they were also voted no3 in the Readers Poll for Irish Album of the Year in music blog The Last Mixed Tape. Youth Mass are the real deal with their furious dance-fused rock beats and onstage presence, it’s a gig not to be missed. Doors 9pm, €10, BYOB.

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