4 for £12

4 Selected Drinks
Pints, Spirits, Bottles.

9-11pm Every Night

The SIX Shooter

Any 6 shots for £12
(Jägermeister, Tequila, Sambuca etc.)

9 - Close, Every Night

Fri
15
Nov

New Pagans // Problem Patterns // DJ Terri Hooley – Atlantic Sessions

NEW PAGANS have shared their new single, ‘Charlie Has The Face Of A Saint’, an alternative rock ode catalysed by conversations overheard on a Belfast bus.

Melding together mundane complaints and flippant remarks, and weaving the monotonous prose of the everyday commuter into a collection of unremarkable yet crucially significant snapshots, the track forms a sort of collage; a Dadaist poem for us to project our own meaning on.

These observations are set against a distorted and swelling sonic landscape – a vivid and engaged style idiosyncratic of the band – which varies between extremes of minimalist passages and immersive crescendos, all the while retaining a profound sense of power, both in music and sentiment: the lyrics are ready to start conversations and challenge given ideas. Every release is a throwdown, a provocation, an education.

Their first release for 2019, ‘It’s Darker’, was an exceptional, loud reckoning referring to a messy party incident in which a musician became aggressive and wouldn’t tolerate Lyndsey’s opinions. “That’s where the original anger comes from – a confrontation. It’s happened to me a few times. It’s like, ‘oh you’re a girl, you should just shut up’. A feminist anger came from that. Yes, I should be able to have an opinion. And it can be different to yours.”

The track garnered support from the likes of Daniel P Carter and Phil Taggart at Radio 1 and John Kennedy at Radio X, as well as BBC Introducing, and has just been shortlisted for Best Single at the 2019 Northern Ireland Music Prize.

PROBLEM PATTERNS is a four-piece punk band from Belfast, Northern Ireland, comprised of Beverley Boal, Bethany Crooks, Ciara King and Alanah Smith.

The band does not have a singular frontperson, opting instead to switch roles and instruments, to ensure each member in the group has a voice. While often lyrically tongue in cheek, no subject is off limits. They use their songwriting cathartically, venting frustrations on everything from personal conflict to political distress. Most importantly, Problem Patterns aim to create a space of inclusivity and hope, for both themselves and the listener.

Support from the legend himself DJ TERRI HOOLEY, who needs no introduction…!

Doors: 9.00pm // Adv Tickets: £7 // The Lounge

www.atlanticsessions.com

Sat
16
Nov

The Bonnevilles & The Sabrejets – Atlantic Sessions

Join us for a very special double headliner night of garage punk blues as part of the 2019 Atlantic Sessions.

The Bonnevilles are renowned as one of Ireland’s best live bands, selling their brand of Garage Blues across Europe for many years now, Andrew McGibbon Jnr and Christopher McMullan, respectively a deeply soulful vocalist, delta surfing guitarist and powerhouse drumming man-mountain, who have earned a reputation as one of the most incendiary live acts in the country.

Belfast’s greaser kings The Sabrejets have been knocking ‘em dead now with their very own two fisted, no holds barred brand of stripped down and revved up speed crazy rockabilly for an incredible two decades!  They’re back on the North Coast after a long absence – miss ‘em at your peril!

Doors: 9.30pm // Adm: £7 // The Lounge

www.atlanticsessions.com

Sun
17
Nov

The Ropey Brothers – Atlantic Sessions After Party

Resident musicians Big John and Bo Shipwrecked (The Ropey Brothers) & guests.

Usual drinks promos available.

Music from: 9pm // FREE Admission // Top Bar

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Fri
22
Nov

Victor McCullough & Roy Fulton

Live showcase from one of Ireland’s best singer songwriters and session musicians with Victor McCullough joined with special guest Roy Fulton.

10pm-late // FREE Admission // Top Bar

Sat
23
Nov

Paper Tigers

Belfast based alt-rock power house Paper Tigers, already earning a reputation for ferocious live shows tearing up stages in the big smoke it’s time to head for the north coast.
Special guest support from: Fagash McCann, Ethan Hanna, Sad Tomorrow.

Doors: 9pm // Adm: £5 // Lounge

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Fri
29
Nov

Lonesome Highway Blues Band

Lonesome Highway Blues Band came together in late 2015 with one ambition and one ambition only, to enjoy playing the blues live! The band has many years gigging experience individually playing pubs/clubs/festivals in the UK and Ireland.

Featuring Guitar/Vocals: Pete Simpson, Drums: Rob Cardwell, Keyboard: Roger Patterson, Bass BJ Davidson.

Music from: 10pm // Adm: £FREE // The Lounge

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Sat
30
Nov

The Barry McGivern Band

We present Ireland’s leading Rory Gallagher Tribute band, this is Rory’s rock ‘n’ blues at its very best.

Much much more than a tribute this is high energy rock n blues with Rory’s style written all over it. Tone, harmonics, blistering solos, highs and pin drop lows, all Rory, this band send you home sweating.

This is Rory’s greatest music delivered by an awesome band, be sure to check them out.

Doors: 10pm // Adm: £FREE // Lounge