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We have two SATURDAY tickets to St. James' Church up for grabs!  

To be in with a chance to win, get out your highlighters and have a go at guessing the nine artists in the word search below. The names are a mixture of acts that have played before and acts that are on the bill this year. 

When you have your answers email them to 'info@othervoices.ie' with 'OV Wordsearch' in the subject line.

Don't forget to include your name and number and we'll be in touch with the winner on Sunday! 


We are very excited to announce that Melanie De Biasio, King Creosote and Ibeyi will be joining Wild Beasts, Delorentos, Damien Rice, All We Are and Young Fathers in St. James' Church!

Huw & Aidan

We are thrilled to welcome Aidan Gillen back to Other Voices to co-present the 13th series of the show. Following a successful collaboration at Electric Picnic we are delighted to also have BBC Radio 1 DJ Huw Stephens joining us in Dingle. Huw will co-present Other Voices Series 13 with Aidan Gillen from the 12th-14th of December.

Wild Beasts

We have just added Wild Beasts to the Other Voices Series 13 line up and we are thrilled to welcome the band back to St. James’ Church!

Wild Beasts will join Delorentos, All We Are, Young Fathers and Damien Rice in Dingle this December.

Other Voices will take place from the 12th-14th of December in Dingle. More information on the line up, the Music Trail and Banter will be revealed over the next few weeks.

For now, sit back and enjoy this track from Wild Beasts 

Damien Rice

What a pleasure it will be to bring another year’s worth of new music to the wild and magical town of Dingle. As always, Other Voices Series 13 will shoot for three days in St. James’ church to an audience of 80 people. Dates can now be confirmed as: December 12th, 13th and 14th 2014. 

Young Fathers, the Scottish hip-hop electronica trio from Edinburgh, have beaten off competition from the likes of FKA twigs, Damon Albarn and Kate Tempest to win 2014's Mercury Prize and a cheque for £20,000. 

They released their debut record Dead on Big Dada at the turn of the year and have followed up the critical acclaim heaped upon the album with a series of incredible live shows.

Perhaps a surprising win, and not exactly the bookies favourite, they have been applauded for their win all the same. 

Other Voices pal, BBC Radio 1 DJ and all around powerhouse Annie Mac is coming back home for a show in Twisted Pepper on December 3rd.

Tickets are €19.90 plus fees on sale now from Ticketmaster.

Meanwhile, the DJ’s latest AMP compilation is out on Friday, do go and buy yourselves a copy, the tracklist is DEADLY. 

SBTRKT has announced details of new album 'Wonder Where We Land' as well as a UK tour in October.

The producer's second LP was released on September 22 and follows 2011's self-titled debut. Scroll down to watch a teaser video for the album. The album's first single 'NEW DORP. NEW YORK', features vocals from Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig - listen below. Other guests on the album include Jessie Ware, Sampha and A$AP Ferg. 

Damien Rice has confirmed an intimate run of European and stateside tour dates this autumn, including a Dublin show at The Bord Gais Energy Theatre on November 3, which is now sold out. 

Nick Mulvey plays Other Voices tent at Electric Picnic

Nick Mulvey is an English musician, singer and songwriter who studied music in Havana, Cuba. He played the Hang as a founder member of 2008 Mercury Prize nominated band Portico Quartet, until 2011 when he left to pursue his career as a singer-songwriter releasing the EPs The Trellis (2012) and Fever to the Form (2013) and his studio album First Mind in 2014.