SCOTT WILLIAMSON & THE WILD CARDS + EMMA LANGFORD
^ Upstairs ^
After the release of their much-praised (BBC Introducing, BBC 6 Music, RTÉ Radio) debut single ‘After Eve’in 2017 and UK and Ireland dates including a main stage slot at Beautiful Days Festival alongside The Levellers & The Waterboys
, Warsaw Radio return with their debut album ‘Midnight Broadcast’ in March 2018.
Warsaw Radio’s enveloping poetic lyrics are backed up by musical talent of equaling strength, the anthem-like build of strings and percussion have led to comparisons, from BBC Radio 6 & Hot Press Magazine, to the sound of early Arcade Fire.
Production on ‘Midnight Broadcast’ comes from Brighton producer Jag Jago (The Maccabees & Florence Welch).
Support on the night comes from Cork man Tiz McNamara whose independent releases have racked up over 2 Million Spotify Plays, features in UK TV shows and gained huge support from BBC Radio 2, and Amazing Radio. Tiz also recently supported BRITS ‘Critics Choice Winner’ James Bay.
Warsaw Radio reviews:
“One of those bands that you discover and you wish you’d known them longer” – Chris Hawkins, BBC 6 Music
“Powerful & passionate” – Hot Press Magazine
“This is the definition of quality music and songwriting” – Music News Today UK
“Rich vocals and sublime strings” – BBC Introducing
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SCOTT WILLIAMSON & THE WILD CARDS
Scott Williamson, Dublin based singer songwriter has been working on his craft for the last four years. Recently graduating from BIMM Dublin, 23 year old along with his band ‘The Wild Cards’, blend Americana Folk Rock vocals with Pop elements creating a unique sound that stands out from the Neo-Soul Electronic music that is flooding the Irish music scene. Taking inspiration from some of the great story tellers of the rock scene, such as the late Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen and Ryan Adams, Scott’s ear for melody and rhythm lends itself to his music, creating catchy hooks and lyrics that people will find hard not to relate to. Scott’s last three singles showcase the artist’s versatility and lyrical artistry, along with his musicianship, showcasing an artist whose skills are beyond his years. Scott has showcased his music in such venues as The Button Factory as well as The Academy supporting singer-songwriter Tyler Hilton.
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A folk guitarist and singer-songwriter from Limerick imbued with the soul and style of Joni Mitchell, Eva Cassidy, and Joan Baez; her distinctive vocal style demonstrates a blend of Irish lilt with folk and jazz. Delicate guitar work complements an intuitive sense of melody. In 2017 Emma was voted “Best Solo Female Artist” by Pure M Magazine and was listed as a Hot Press Magazine one-to-watch.
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AFTER THE GIG
Whelan’s Silent Disco, now every Mon, Tue & Wed from 11pm – 2 DJs, just pick the one you like best [Free Entry] plus Late Bar.