This week on Other Voices: Griff, Gurriers, BC Camplight & Niamh Bury

This week on Other Voices: Griff, Gurriers, BC Camplight & Niamh Bury

March 18, 2024

We're back to Dingle for Episode 4 after last week's jaunt to Cork, and what a lineup we've got in store! 💚

The dazzling Griff, Gurriers, BC Camplight and Niamh Bury each take to the stage of St James' Church and the IMRO Other Room for another unforgettable jaunt to Kerry!


Ahead of her 3Olympia Theatre headline show on March 26th this year, UK pop sensation Griff delivers an unmissable set during her first visit to Dingle. After visiting Curran’s Pub for chats with Annie Macmanus, the 23-year-old star had St James’ Church captivated with hits like ‘Black Hole’, ‘Vertigo’ and an emotional rendition of her latest single ‘Astronaut’.

Griff in Dingle by Rich Gilligan, 2023.


Dublin noise rockers Gurriers brew up a storm for their St James' Church debut, which features a ferocious performance from frontman Dan Hoff (below). Don't miss the raucous five-piece playing latest release Des Goblin and recent singles 'Nausea' and 'Approachable' this week - their debut album is due to land at the end of this year and they're primed to hit the big leagues.

Gurriers in Dingle by Rich Gilligan, 2023.


New Jersey native Brian ‘BC' Camplight Christinzio performs his Dingle debut this week, ahead of his Whelan's show in Dublin. Having initially started releasing records in 2005, backed by members who would eventually join The War On Drugs, and guest-starring on Sharon Van Etten’s Epic album, Christinzio now lives in Manchester. Immerse yourself in blues songs from his latest album The Last Rotation of Earth during Episode 4!

BC Camplight in Dingle by Rich Gilligan, 2023.


One of the most talked about rising acts on the Irish folk scene, over the past year, Niamh Bury has collaborated and shared the stage with acts like Ye Vagabonds, Martin Hayes, Myles O’Reilly and Niamh Regan. Her IMRO Other Room performance is filled with stirring vocals, adept lyricism, and striking songs from Bury’s anticipated debut album Yellow Roses. The project of self-penned material, recorded and produced by Brían Mac Gloinn (Ye Vagabonds), is due for release this month (March 29th) via Ireland's most iconic record label, Claddagh Records.

Niamh Bury by Rich Gilligan, 2023.

Catch all of this and more on Thursday, 21 March at 11pm on RTÉ2 and the RTÉ Player worldwide (available until April 20).

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Coming up this series:

Episode 5: Thu 28 March at 11.10pm: Yard Act, Adwaith, Cerys Hafana, Sans Soucis, King Creosote, Colm Mac Con Iomaire, Susan O’Neill, The Joy Formidable

Episode 6: Thu 4 April at 11pm: Kae Tempest, Villagers, Catrin Finch & Aoife Ní Bhriain & Qbanaa

Catch up worldwide via the RTÉ Player!

Episode 1: CMAT, Mick Flannery, The Joy, Lucy McWilliams

Episode 2: The Murder Capital, ØXN, Julie Byrne, KhakiKid

Episode 3: Picture This, Niamh Regan, Sekou, Wallis Bird, Bricknasty, Cardinals


Other Voices 2023 was made possible thanks to the generous support of Reed, the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, RTÉ, Kerry County Council and IMRO Ireland.