Garageland have announced that UK indie favourites Black Delta Movement will be performing at two shows in Ireland this year to celebrate the biggest season of Garageland yet.
Championed by music mogul Alan McGee, Black Delta Movement have been supported by the likes of Liz Kershaw (6Music), Steve Lamacq (6Music), Rodney Bingenheimer (KROQ), and Huw Stevens (Radio 1).
The Black Delta Movement are a heavy garage rock n roll band in the vein of The Stooges, Sonics, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and last year released their debut album ‘Preservation’ through Clubbed thumb Records and distributed by Cargo, the album was engineered by Mike Burnham (Fuzz Club) who has recently worked with Barrie Cadogan on his Cobra Lamps ep.
The Black Delta Movement play Dublin’s Soundhouse. on March 28th and Cork’s Crane Lane on March 29th
2018 was a hyperactive year for Garageland. Hosting over 50 live shows in 8 cities, a weekly radio show promoting unsigned Irish acts, A compilation album, a festival in Dublin’s Meeting House Square as well as an 8 part TV show, it’s no wonder Garageland are supported by the likes of IMRO, IRMA, RAAP, The Arts Council, RTE and HotPress.
Emerging artists are encouraged to participate in Garageland by visiting the website Garageland.ie and clicking the dates page. The process takes just 2 minutes, and a show is booked!
Feb 23rd – Dublin – The Abbey Hotel
Feb 28th – Dublin – The Grand Social
Feb 28th – Dublin – The Sound House
Mar 21st – Dublin – The Grand Social
Mar 22nd – Kilkenny – Hacketts
March 28th – Cork – Crane Lane
March 28th – Dublin – The SoundHouse
March 29th – Dublin – The Grand Social
Apr 4th – Dublin – The Button Factory (tv show)
June 29th – Limerick – Pharmacia