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The Depot Sessions Artist Spotlight: Really Good Time

Updated: 3 days ago

Events in Dublin this June: Really Good Time performing live in The Depot at The Complex

Dublin band Really Good Time began their existence as friends playing with different acts within the city's close-knit music scene, who came together to create a sound that they describe as '‘Vertigo’ era U2 covering Viagra Boys, or early Pixies and LCD Soundsystem records in a blender with some cheap speed". Their music toes the line between noisy and melodic, weird and anthemic.

Since then, they have sold out headlines in Dublin, independently toured the UK, and built a loyal following. After a summer that saw Really Good Time take larger stages, supporting Franz Ferdinand at Collins Barracks and storming the Something Kind of Wonderful Tent at All Together Now, RGT released their debut EP ‘Escape From the Mountain of Spit’ via Everybody’s. The EP and lead single received high praise from BBC DJ Steve Lamacq, drawing favourable comparisons to early QOTSA and The Walkmen on his roundtable review. The release was supported by a run of showcase festivals in the UK at the start of October and a spate of Irish shows supporting The Scratch and The Murder Capital in November. The band closed out the year with debut performances at Other Voices in Dingle and a festive Dublin headline in December. 

Really Good Time kicked the doors in on 2024, with their single ‘Retreat to the Cubicle’ and accompanying music video prompting Rolling Stone to warn viewers ‘Sensitive eyes, look away now!’. On 7 June they will launch their new EP as part of The Depot Sessions – don't miss out, book your tickets now!

What are The Depot Sessions? Two summer nights of live music 6 & 7 June featuring some of Ireland’s most exciting bands, theatrically staged in the intimate setting of The Depot, The Complex’s unique warehouse performance space.



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