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Wednesday, 13th September 2023

Another great gig from Bigmoon and 33-45 with four bands at McHughs

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Belfast band Junk Drawer who are the headline band for the gig in Mchugh's on September 22.

Bigmoon Records and Thirtythree-45 have put together another stellar line up for round two of their gig collaboration coming to you in Barrell, McHughs on September 22nd with four bands in the line-up.  

Tickets are 10 euro in advance from Bigmoon Records or 13 on the door.

This gig happens to fall on Culture Night so for those out and about can finish their evening off at McHughs - you won’t be disappointed!

Headlining the gig is Belfast's very own Junk Drawer who describe their sound as 'kitchen sink psych, post-punk krautrock-worshipping indie rock' .

That’s quite a mouthful but you can expect quite an earful also with big indie hooks and intricate guitar melodies.

Junk Drawer have won three wards at the prestigious Northern Ireland Music Prize, for Best Live Act & Best Video in 2022, plus Best Single for 'Year of the Sofa' in 2019 (described as a 'slo-mo guitar pop jewel' by CLASH), making them the most awarded band in the history of the prize.

Their debut LP 'Ready For The House’ was released in April 2020 through Art For Blind Records. Their latest EP ‘The Dust Has Come To Stay’ has been acclaimed by the likes of KEXP, Brooklyn Vegan, Bandcamp, Stereogum, and Nialler9.Catch them for their for Drogheda show before they head off on a UK tour with American post rock legends 'Jawbox'.

Search Results are from Dublin and they bonded over a shared love for punk and garage rock, emulating the energy of bands like Parquet Courts and The Velvet Underground. They spent much of the pandemic writing their first songs and in 2021 they put out their first release - “Mirrors”, a self-produced 5-track EP made in their shared home in Dublin.

“With hints and heavy nods to 70s proto-punk band Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers and 80s psychedelic rock band Camper Van Beethoven, Search Results' music would not feel out of place on any of the late John Peel's 1980's late night radio show playlist” - Garry Baylon, The Goo

Peer Pleasure from Wexford are a must see live act.  'Dragging garage rock kicking and screaming to all new lows', so say the band. Expect chaos, partial nudity, drunken antics, a wry sense of humour and with the chops to back it up.

Mopehead are a young up and coming indie band from Drogheda.

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