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Festival-goers, listen up! 

Indiependence has just added a whole of amazing artists to its line-up including Kate Nash, Hudson Taylor and Wyvern Lingo, to name just a few. 

They'll join headliners Primal Scream, Walking on Cars, Jake Bugg, Cast, Sigala and Le Galaxie at Deer Farm in Mitchelstown, Co. Cork this August Bank Holiday weekend. 

Now, I don't know about you, but that line-up has my 14-year-old indie-kid heart racing at 90mph. 

The three-day festival has also announced the introduction of the new Urban Village stage which will feature some of the best up-and-coming Irish hip hop and urban artists.

In keeping with the festival's tradition of promoting home-grown music, Delorentos, King Kong Company, The Blizzards, And So I Watch You From Afar and Hamsandwich are all set to preform over the weekend. 

Tickets are available via the Indiependence website and there are a limited amount of INDIE VIP Garden tickets still available.

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Brothers Harry and Alfie Hudson Taylor, today announced they will be embarking on an Irish tour.

The tour will kick off in March 2018, with locations all over the Emerald Isle. 

The Irish duo have had a seriously successful year, after playing to one of their biggest crowds ever at Electric Picnic, and adding the finishing touches to their second album. 

 

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Their tour dates are as follows:

Tuesday, 27th March – Elmwood Hall Belfast (Tickets are £17 inclusive of booking fee)

Wednesday, 28th March – The Olympia Theatre, Dublin

Thursday, 29th March – Cork Opera House

Saturday, 31st March – Radisson Hotel, Galway 

Sunday, 1st April – The Big Top, Limerick

 

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Since their album release, the brothers have been busy writing songs for their next record, and working with musical collaborators in Ireland, the UK and Europe.

Tickets are €25.00 including booking fee, and will be available from Ticketmaster on Monday, December 11, at 9am. 

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The 2FM Xmas Ball in aid of The ISPCC will return this year on December 19 at the 3Arena, and the line up is looking well.

The Script will headline the event, but they wont be the only epic musicians performing on the night.

The Coronas, Gavin James, Hudson Taylor and Wild Youth will also be taking to the stage.

 

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There are more special guests who have yet to be announced.

The Ball will be hosted by 2FM presenters including Nicky Byrne & Jenny Greene, Eoghan McDermott, Bernard O’Shea, Jennifer Zamparelli and Keith Walsh, Tracy Clifford and more.

Last year, the event raised over €460,000 for the ISPCC. 

 

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'We are delighted to have so many talented and successful artists perform at the 2FM Xmas Ball in aid of the ISPCC,' said Caroline Downey, President of The ISPCC.

'We are truly blessed to have their support along with 2FM, the team in MCD and the 3Arena.'

Tickets €39.50 go on sale at 9am next Friday, November 10.

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Orla Gartland has been on the Irish music scene since 2012, making herself widely known through her YouTube channel.

Four years on, and debuting her third studio album, there's no stopping this Dublin gal.

For her first collaboration, she teamed up with Great Good Fine Ok, to bring you Shapeshifting, which she says is all about how "nothing stays the same."

Treat your ears to this, ladies:

And Orla has just been announced in the line-up for our SHEmazing! gig on July 6, which will see her performing alongside Róisín O and Hudson Taylor.

Taking place in The Sugar Club, we want the gig to raise awareness for dating abuse – an issue that affects more Irish women than anyone would like to imagine.

Tickets to next month’s gig are available here so don’t miss out on your opportunity to do your bit for the ladies in your life.

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Look, we totally get it. Brothers and sisters fight. Some worse than others, yes, but it's safe to say we've all had our arguments with them.

And if someone asked you to be in a band with one of your siblings, you'd think they were crazy; however, these ten pairs of brothers and sisters decided to sing together, tour together, live together, and make creative decisions together.

Here's our top 10 favourite bands that DIDN'T have a bust up… because, kudos, guys:

1. Win & William Butler of Arcade Fire

 

 

2. Nick, Joe & Kevin Jonas of The Jonas Brothers

 

 

3. Howard & Guy Lawrence of Disclosure

 

 

4. Harry & Alfie Hudson-Taylor of Hudson Taylor

 

 

5. Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon & Michael Jackson of The Jackson 5

 

6. Caleb, Nathan & Jared Followill of Kings of Leon

 

7. Este, Danielle & Alana Haim of HAIM

 

8. Alex & Eddie Van Halen of Van Halen

 

9. Malcolm & Angus Young of AC/DC

 

10. Karen & Richard Carpenter of The Carpenters

 

And we are delighted to announce that one of our favourite sibling duos, Hudson Taylor, are playing alongside Róisín O at our Shemazing! Gig to help fight against dating abuse. 

Tickets to next month’s gig are available here so don’t miss out on your opportunity to do your bit for the ladies in your life.

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Now, these people have made a major name for themselves in the music industry, but it wasn't always that way.

These seven famous bands and singers had to put in some major hard graft before they were anywhere near the big time. Check out our top seven performers who started off on the streets:

1. Ed Sheeran

 

2. Hudson Taylor

 

3. Tracy Chapman

 

4. Passenger

 

5. Eminem

 

6. Rod Stewart

 

7. Sheryl Crow

 

And we are delighted to announce that one of our favourite artists that started out busking, Hudson Taylor, are playing alongside Róisín O at our Shemazing! Gig to help fight against dating abuse. 

Tickets to next month’s gig are available here so don’t miss out on your opportunity to do your bit for the ladies in your life.

 

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While we all love jamming to Rihanna on the radio, there's something about modern folk-pop music that we just can't get enough of.

And it's seen a major rise in popularity in recent years too, as more and more of the younger generation is listening, playing and buying music from folk-pop artists.

Here, we look at our top 6 favourite artists and bands:

1. Hudson Taylor

 

 

2. Benjamin Francis Leftwich

 

 

3. Vance Joy

 

4. Of Monsters and Men

 

 

5. George Ezra

 

 

6. The Lumineers

 

As if the upcoming SHEmazing! gig wasn’t already set to be an absolute stomper of a night with Róisín O, we are pumped to announce that everyone’s favourite folk duo, Hudson Taylor, will also be taking to the stage on July 6. Tickets to next month’s gig are available here so don’t miss out on your opportunity to do your bit for the ladies in your life.

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As if the upcoming SHEmazing! gig wasn’t already set to be an absolute stomper of a night, we are pumped to announce that everyone’s favourite folk duo, Hudson Taylor, will also be taking to the stage on July 6.

Taking place in The Sugar Club, the gig – headlined by Róisín O – will raise awareness of an issue which affects more Irish women than anyone would like to imagine – and that issue is dating abuse.

Commenting on the worrying trend which is becoming more and more prevalent in today’s dating scene, our editor Gillian Fitzpatrick said: “Our SHEmazing.net readers are telling us that one in three girls have already experienced Dating Abuse within their own relationships, while over half of our girls know someone who is currently in an abusive or unhealthy relationship.”

“Very often the first serious relationships we start in our teens or early 20's are a whirlwind of love, romance and excitement,” she continued.

“However it is this love that can make women blind to the onset of controlling and abusive behaviour often distancing themselves from friends and family members.”

With funds for Women’s Aid support service hit by Government cuts, we’re determined to raise money for an organisation which provides help to women affected by verbal, emotional, controlling, physical or cyber abuse.

If you suspect you are in an unhealthy relationship, you can seek help from dating abuse dedicated advice site, 2iN2U.ie, which as Linda Smith of Women's Aid explains “is designed to help young women know the difference between safe and sinister behaviour in intimate relationships and offer support to those experiencing dating abuse."

Tickets to next month’s gig are available here so don’t miss out on your opportunity to do your bit for the ladies in your life.

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Grab a seat and kick back for a few minutes while you take in what’s been happening in the world of entertainment this week!

On Pic ‘n’ Mix, your box office bucket list, we took a look at newcomers like Fury and The Book of Life to how well films like Gone Girl and The Judge are doing.

Your weekly event guide The Line-Up brought you 5 of the best spooktacular events this Halloween! 

On Spotlight this week we met rising music duo Hudson Taylor. Alfie and Harry talked about their latest single Chasing Rubies and if it was about a particular girl, their pulling tactics and sibling rivalry!

If that wasn’t enough, we brought you a bonus addition of Spotlight as we could not turn down the chance to meet one of Ireland’s most loved men; Francis Brennan. Niamh Geaney sussed out which way your pillowcase should face, what Mr. Brennan's pet hate is and if he takes his own advice at home!

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This week on Spotlight we were delighted to get the chance to chat to rising duo Hudson Taylor. Showbiz reporter Emma Power went along to meet Alfie and Harry and found out if their latest single Chasing Rubies was about a particular girl, how to seal the deal when on a date and what working with your brother is like! Could you do it?

They also chatted about their success in the UK, their upcoming Irish tour dates and when their much anticipated album will be released.

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