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In addition to hanging out on Grafton Street, Saint Stephen's Green and other Dublin landmarks, we visited a ton of cool pubs during our Jameson Global Broadcast trip. Some of them were recommended by our friends at Jameson, and some were recommended by locals [see the photos to the right for the nifty list our friend Rory gave us]. Check out the full photo album from our trip HERE. Jameson sure knows how to throw a party! SLAINTE!
OUR FAVORITE DUBLIN PUBS/DRINKIN' SPOTS:
-Old Jameson Distillery-The Workman's Club [Sara's Favorite]-Damsen Diner-Cafe En Seine-Bruxelles -McDaids-37 Dawson Street-John Kehoe's -O'Donoghues [Jaxon's Favorite]-Dawson Lounge [Ireland's smallest pub!]-Copper Face Jack's-Grogan's -Leo Burdocks [okay, it's not a pub, but it's the Lorenzo's of Dublin - excellent fish & chips!]-Against The Grain-Bar With No Name [Snail Bar]-Chatham Brasserie
It's Monday. You're bummed about it. How about some music to wake you up? We're here for ya: this Local Shots Podcast features Philly alt-rockers Love A Lunatic. Stream today's pick, "Breathe", and keep up with the band over at ReverbNation.
Here's 3 reasons we like Ruby The Hatchet: swirling riffs, haunting vocals, psychedelic jams. What more could you want? Hear the track "Paralyzed" on today's Local Shots Podcast- it's off their new Eliminator EP which is available on a variety of mediums, including vinyl and cassette. See them at North Star Bar on Friday May 9th (info here) and hear more at RubyTheHatchet.com.
Mo Lowda & The Humble is one of the coolest band names we've seen to date, which is why they are April's Local Shots Artist of the Month! ...Kidding- though the name is groovy, the music is a way better reason to check these guys out. The Temple U. trio gained a lot of traction after the release of their first full-length record Curse The Weather, building upon their established reputation as one of the best alt-rock bands in the city. Today we played the track "The Way Home"; stream it now, and get show dates plus a whole lot more on the Artist of the Month page.