A number of Lakota Media acts are on the road during April. Full list of Irish dates below.

Adrian Crowley/DM Stith: Recent Choice Music Prize winner Adrian Crowley plays a headline show in Whelans on April 7th. Support comes from DM Stith whose amazing ‘Heavy Ghost’ album was released on Sufjan Stevens’ Asthmatic Kitty label to widespread acclaim last year. Also on the bill is Dublin electronic pop act At Last An Atlas. One not to be missed.

Wednesday April 7th: Whelans, Dublin

Port O’Brien: City Slang’s Port O’ Brien play a headline show in Crawdaddy in support of their recent acclaimed ‘threadbare’ album on Thursday April 8th.

Thursday April 8th: Crawdaddy, Dublin.
Friday April 9th: Cypress Avenue, Cork.
Saturday April 10th: Roisin Dubh, Galway.

The Dead Flags: Sligo-based pop-punk masters The Dead Flags head out on the road in support of their debut album, the blistering, energetic ‘Gentlemen’s Club’, released on April 23rd.  Full list of dates below:

Saturday 10th April: McGarrigle’s, Sligo
Thursday 15th April: Tower Records, Dublin (in-store, 6pm)
Friday 16th April: Whelans, Dublin
Saturday 17th April: The Chasin’ Bull, Bundoran, Co. Donegal

More after the jump

Patrick Kelleher: Patrick Kelleher launches ‘You Look Colder’, an album of remixes by some of Ireland’s most exciting underground acts upstairs in Whelans on April 16th. Support comes from Hunter Gatherer and Thread Pulls.

Friday April 16th: Whelans, Dublin

Yacht w/LCD Soundsystem:
DFA Records’ Yacht support LCD Soundsytem in Dublin’s Tripod on April 20th & 21st.

Tuesday April 20th: Tripod, Dublin.
Wednesday April 2st: Tripod, Dublin.

David Turpin: David Turpin plays a headline show in Whelans with support from Hunter-Gatherer and Sarsparilla on April 18th.

Sunday April 18th: Whelans, Dublin.

Blood Red Shoes: Brighton based Blood Red Shoes play a series of Irish shows this April.

Wednesday April 21st: Cypress Avenue, Cork
Thursday April 22nd: Academy 2, Dublin
Friday April 23rd: The Nerve Centre, Derry
Saturday April 24th: Auntie Annie’s, Belfast


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