Nerve Centre's second annual Originals Music Festival returns for three nights this December. Dedicated to local artists who are making a name for themselves, this is your chance to support them and listen to a diverse range of genres and music. OVER 18S
Friday 1 December
Reevah, Rebecca Mulhern & Naoise Christine
Melodic folk music by singer- songwriter Aoife Boyle under the alias Reevah. Just last month she took part in an international showcase in Warsaw where she performed alongside local folk hero Paddy Nash.
's song 'Control', produced by David Lyttle as part of the collaborative album 'Scenarios' was released in 2016 to critical acclaim. She returns to Nerve Centre after her fourth consecutive performance at Ireland's Best Small Music Festival - Stendhal Festival earlier this year.
is a newcomer to the music scene. The 17 year old singer/songwriter is looking forward to debuting her new material at the Originals Festival before returning to the recording studio in 2018.
The Barbiturates, Susie Blue & Gorilla Warfare
Neo-Psychedelic Punk Grunge esoteric cult pop band, The Barbiturates pride themselves on putting on a show and are a tune generating, record releasing monster. According to Superworld Indie Tunes their track "No Pity” is ..a swaggering blues rockin’ psyched-up melee that messes with your head.”
Susie Blue wowed first time audiences with their debut at Glastonbury earlier this summer. The four-piece has been trail blazing across the music scene for the past few years with their relatable pop-rock sound.
Gorilla Warfare debuted at Stendhal Festival this year after bringing together their band through Nerve Centre's Set the Stage & Music Hothouse.
DAY 3 - TICKETS HERE
PLEASE NOTE THE EARLIER START TIME OF 7PM
Sunday 3 December
Marty Coyle (Ft. Special Guests)
After a successful year as Nerve Centre's Musician-in-residence which culminated with a massive 'Basork' party/album launch in June, Marty Coyle returns with some familiar local faces.
Jonny Nutt & Kev Quigley