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Musictown Hits Dublin’s Music Library

Musictown is back in Dublin and as part of the festival, The Music hosts Lugosi and No More Questions for an afternoon of music, and chat. Both bands will play a 30 minute set and take part in a Q&A with the audience, with compere Marky Edison (that’s me!).

They will then play a set together to close the show, showcasing the festival’s spirit of collaboration. The event will take place in the activity room of the Central Library, ILAC Centre, Henry St, on Saturday April 13 from 2.30 – 4.30 pm.


This is an all-ages event, aimed at young adults. It is an opportunity for young people to hear the music and learn from the professionals.

Admission is free, so book your place via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


No More Questions

Beats, synths, guitars, harmony, neon lights! No More Questions are an electropop trio. They first met in school and have been writing together ever since. They started their electronic adventure in a small room in BowLane studios (which has since been demolished).


Dublin based Lugosi formed in 2016. Consisting of JM Burr and Jimmy Rooney (of the band the Reverend JM's Panic Worship ), film maker and former Hungry Souls guitarist Alan Morton, and Neal Wright , formerly of Belfast's Memento Mori. With influences ranging from the Misfits, Black Sabbath, Fu Manchu and Clutch and a love of the macabre, Lugosi's songs range in subject matter from alien vampires, American Indian legends, horror and witchcraft. A sonic Ed Wood movie, delivered through rock and roll.




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