Four on Friday!

It’s that time of week again when we’re back for another weekly update. It’s been an incredibly busy week here in CWB HQ and it’s set to be an even busier weekend. Here are our top picks of things you need to be in the know about this week. Get involved!


Bitch Falcon, Cork.

What a week it’s been for Bitch Falcon as they gear up to kick off their nationwide “Of Heart” tour. Highlights included “Of Heart” premiering on Clash Magazine and HotPress naming it as Track of the Fortnight not only that but they proclaimed it track of the year. Always an insane live act this weekend’s show is guaranteed to be a special as Bitch Falcon play their first night of the tour in Cyprus Avenue Saturday the 18th. If you wanna be there we recommend you get your hands on tickets asap as they’re flying out the door! Grab them here:


November 18 - Cork - Cyprus Avenue

November 23 - Galway - Roisin Dubh

November 24 - Belfast - Mandela Hall (supporting Pussy Riot)

November 25 - Dublin - Whelan's

Le Galaxie, Belfast.

And just like that Le Galaxie’s last show as part of the Smithwicks Series is fast approaching! Coming to Belfast’s Black Box on the 24th of November. Word to the wise you won’t want to miss their incredible interpretation of the Apocalypse Now Soundtrack, whether you’ve seen the film or not you’re in for a treat! It’s your last chance to ever see these tracks performed, so make sure you’re there! Tickets available from here:

Mark McCabe, “I’m Feeling It”.

One week on since its release and what a week it’s been for Mark McCabe’s whopper tune “I’m Feeling It”. Smashing the charts it’s riding high at number two in the “Viral Ireland 50” Spotify chart and the single is as we type is making its way into this week’s National Dancefloor Chart Top Ten too! When Mark’s not busy in the studio he’s out on the road touring so you can catch him on Saturday Nov 22nd at Time Square, Ballina or Thursday December 14th in The Foundry, Carlow. Check out the track here:

Paddy Dennehy and The Red Herring, Dublin.


Paddy Dennehy & The Red Herring are a group who draw influences from as far back as the early 1900s right up to the present day. You can hear hints of Tom Waits' theatrical warble; feel the passionate intensity of Louis Armstrong's delivery; and be stirred by a poignancy reminiscent of that of Hozier and Mick Flannery. A variety of influences then; all of of them blended together to form a live performance that is at once unforgettable and utterly unique. Performing this Saturday in The Bowery, Dublin as support to the wonderful Lisa Canny. Tickets are only €5 so they’re an absolute steal, get in on the action here:

The Strypes, Japan and Dublin.

To say that The Strypes took Japan by storm would be understating it completely, from sold out nights to Beatleseque fan mania, it was certainly a tour to remember. We’re incredibly excited to have our boys back on Irish soil for not one, not two but three whopper December shows in Whelans! The perfect pre Christmas treat, there aren’t many tickets left so snap yours up here while you still can!