From bands playing their first gig to million selling Britpop legends Dodgy, we’ve held over 150 gigs in Ireland and the UK.
We’ve helped launch the careers of countless Irish and UK acts through showcase nights in over 15 venues in 2 countries. Our marquee events have attracted acts like PictureHouse, Sunways (best band winners at the South African Music Awards 2002), Dangerfields, Plan A (featuring members of The Wildhearts and The Vibrators), Members from The Frames, The Stunning, Oasis Tour DJ Phil Smith, britpop legends Dodgy and New Zealand comedian Wilson Dixon (from Cripple Creek).
We have also project managed the music zone at Toys 4 Big Boys. Coordinating a live stage, audio, visual and and logistical issues as artists like the Meteor award winning Royseven and Luan Parle joined STAND, Master & Dog, Frantic Jack, Remma, Toy Soldier and more.
Outside of music, we have also worked on many conventions on a wide range of subjects.
Use our collective experience to guide you through your album / single launch. Our team, who have also worked on events like the hugely successful Toys 4 Big Boys and Invasion Dublin events, has great experience that can be of benefit to you.
Our latests projects have achieved coverage on TV, Radio, Print and online.
After running so many events we were able to use our collective experience to be able to offer services such as management and marketing support.
PictureHouse released Evolution in June 2013 on their own label. The album was launched in a packed Vicar Street. “Rules of Science”, the first single released in the UK, was playlisted on BBC Radio 2 and the album was then released on Cherry Red records in the UK and abroad. The band are currently working on their next release.
Award winning Niamh Crowther came to attention in 2013 when she claimed the Irish Youth Music Award, beating of 15,000 other young people to do so. Since then she has gone from strenght to strenght and her single Little by Little has had over 200k streams on Spotify and been played over 1300 times by 33 stations in Ireland and on BBC Radio 2
Blink Frontman Dermot Lambert released Tiny in June 2013 and has been subject to critical acclaim from all corners.