Browsing All posts tagged under »Cork Music«

The Antlers to Play Cork

June 21, 2011


A long way off this, but I’m still very excited… It was confirmed today that Brooklyn band the Antlers will be playing Cork’s Cyprus Avenue this coming November. On Friday the 18th, the band will bring their latest offering “Burst Apart” to the city – and it should be a spectacular show. The band shot […]

The Quad is Dying

June 18, 2011


The alternative scene in Cork was dealt a critical blow over the last few days when rumours circulating regarding the potential closure of the Quad Bar on Tuckey Street were proven to be true. It will be sadly missed. While Cork is not short on music venues (we are in fact blessed in comparison to […]

Festival Preview: Cork Midsummer Festival

June 13, 2011


Now in its 15th year, the Cork Midsummer Festival passes unnoticed under some people’s radars, but for the rest of us it as an eclectic, varied and exhilarating myriad of culture. This post will look at the musical events on offer this year, though there is plenty more to check out. The Midsummer Festival runs from June […]

Festival Preview: Live at the Marquee

June 10, 2011


Cork’s now annual summer extravaganza, Live at the Marquee, kicks off tomorrow night at the Docklands site. Running since 2005, the Marquee has brought international acts to Cork on numerous occasions and has rapidly become a cornerstone of the musical landscape of the Cork summer. The Live at the Marquee festival began in 2005 as […]

Rising: Dead School

April 16, 2011


Rising is going to be a regular feature on Think You Can Wait where we take a look at emerging bands on the Irish scene. Some of these might make it big, some might split tomorrow – either way they are making a lot of noise right now and demand to be looked at. Today […]