TRADE MRK presents BrahmaRama
Longtime collaborators Noremac and James Shannon wanted to put together this event after Noremac’s family was effected by Breast Cancer. The Dublin rap duo have attracted attention for their infection stage presence, promo videos, and funky tracks. Recent accomplishments are the song ‘The Weeknd’ getting airplay on RTÉ 2fm and being Nialler9’s track of the week. They also sold out the Workman’s Cellar alongside Conor Eiffe.
Fellow TRADE MRK member Conor Eiffe is a multi-genre artist from Kildare. Performing live, Conor uses a loop medal and an acoustic guitar to build his tracks layer by layer. Inspired by hip-hop, folk, pop, and indie to name a few, he looks to explore different directions in his music while writing about everything from the everyday, the personal, to the political. Aside from his own music, he also works as a sound engineer, producer, and DJ. He has worked closely with Noremac and James Shannon over the past year.
Indie Rock four piece The Lexies started of strong with their single Butterflies’ release a year ago. The band consists of Vocalist and Lead Guitarist Alex Bailey, Bassist, Pianist and Backing Vocalist Aaron Kenny, Rhythm Guitarist Lyes Hadef, and Drummer Keeghan Farrell. In 2022 the young band continued their traction with sophomore release This Fallen Town, an array of exciting live shows, and preparations for their upcoming releases.
Bubbling out of the swamps of Dublin City, Digdeep are spearheading the genre of Frogressive Rock. A new band of one year, they have made a big impression for their memorable stage presence and DIY shows. The band consists of vocalist Mort, guitarist Leigh, bassist Sam, percussionist Peter, and saxophonist Patrick. Their first tracks Frog Rock and Kibble wizard are set to release in early 2023.
“A Tallaght duo that's just chancing it, to be honest”.
Delush use their music to escape the constant monotony of being absolute wasters. With their new debut single dropping in late November, songwriting partners Scott Leigh and Sean Corcoran want to kick it off with an honest sound that makes no apologies. If you've ever sat with the feeling that you're a pure f*ck up, then know that when Delush make music, they make it for you.
The show will take place on Sunday the 20th of November in The Grand Social Dublin. Tickets are available at Mercado, starting at 10 euros for Early bird (SOLD OUT), 12.50 for general admission and 15.00 for general admission and also access to an after party which will be announced closer to the date. A complimentary drink from Jameson will be given to each attendee on arrival at the venue and Trouble Brewing will be selling pints for 5 euros at the bar. A competition offering first, second and third prizes from the four sponsors will also be announced closer to the date.