IMLÉ will appear on episode one of ‘Buille’ taking to the Dolan’s stage along with Limerick legends Hermitage Green among other acts.
A new TG4 music show, ‘Buille’ shines a light on Irish musical talent in front of a live audience at Dolan’s
Buille is a brand-new, exciting and edgy music show that shines a light on some of the most talented and diverse musicians in Ireland today.
Filmed in front of a live audience in the iconic Dolan’s in Limerick – one of the country’s best and buzziest music venues – presenters Eve Belle and Cian McCarthy were on hand to showcase an eclectic mix of top-tier performances with everything from hip-hop to jazz, rock to R&B.
Stand-out performances included a storming set from Sorcha Richardson, hot off the back of a stellar turn at Electric Picnic, a spine-tingling rendition of ‘Glow of the Kerosene Light’ by hometown heroes Hermitage Green, sultry vocals from up-and-coming Cork R&B singer Minnie Marley and a pin-drop moment with a spoken word performance from the sharpest dressed rapper in the 061: Hazey Haze. Intimate chats with the presenters in the Upstairs @ Dolan’s space, and exclusive and bespoke acoustic performances give insights into our performers’ lives, loves and musical processes – and everything in between.
In episode one, Limerick legends Hermitage Green took to the stage, as well as RnB queen Gemma Bradley, Irish language collective IMLÉ and new music by the up-and-coming Abe Soare.
In the second episode, Buille hears music from trad fusion band Moxie, Síomha, Emma Langford and rapper Ushmush.
In the third episode, Soda Blonde, hip-hop singer Minnie Marley, Banríon and Pearse McGloughlin take the Dolan’s stage.
In episode four, viewers will hear music from The Riptide Movement, Padraig Jack, T.A. Narrative and Eve Belle.
In episode five, Sorcha Richardson takes the stage, and listeners will hear Limerick rapper Hazey Haze, Clare Sands and the up-and-coming singer-songwriter Amy McNamara on the iconic stage too.
In the final episode, Buille will present Susan O’Neill, Limerick artist Strange Boy, Megan Nic Ruairí and poet Stephen James Smith.