We Play Here & Plugd Weekender


Cork music zine We Play Here makes a welcome return this Saturday with its second issue.

The publications launch fittingly coincides with Record Store Day, an event that seeks to shine a positive light on the physical manifestations of art in an increasingly digital world.

The same team that brought us issue one is back, but this time around The Point Of Everything’s Eoghan O’Sullivan, Brad McLoughlin, Eimear O’Donovan and Emmet O’Brien have cast their net further afield.

There are interviews with Meltybrains? and Croupier, a retrospective look back at Fred’s 15 year career, as well as features on Limerick’s music scene past and present, women in music and film production companies in Cork like Feel Good Lost. Add to that the always stellar photography of Bríd O’Donovan and original artwork by Paul ‘Sunless’ O’Reilly and you’ve got another stunning and original document.


Naturally there’s an official launch happening in Plugd Records / Triskel with lots of bands playing over the weekend. Sure where else would you be?


Record Store Day, Saturday April 19 @ Gulpd:

– Twin Lights // 7:30pm – 8:15pm

– Nativizm // 8:15pm – 9pm(ish)!

– Keep On Jumpin’//9:00pm(ish)

Record Store Day, Saturday, April 19 @ the TDC (Doors 9pm):

– The Shaker Hymn

– Paddy Hanna

– The Great Balloon Race

On Sunday, April 20, We Play Here presents:

– Croupier

– Carried By Waves

– The Careers

Tickets are €6 or €10 with a copy of We Play Here 2. Weekend ticket €8 or €12 w/ WPH2

There are 300 copies of We Play Here. It’s available for pre-order and in record stores around Ireland on Record Store Day.





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Cork music since 2010
Millroom 2,
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Thompson House,
MacCurtain Street,
Cork City,
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