The video above is the sixth - and last - episode of the second season of a music show produced in the DCTV Shopfront Studio in Temple Bar.

Join Danny Carroll for;

# an interview with, and a live performance in studio by Halves,
# a rundown of this weekend's gigs in Dublin,
# a summer-charged music video from Ginnels,
# a lovely visit to the Where Were You? photo exhibition in the Lighthouse cinema (including a 1979 banger from Irish band The Kidz),
# a vibey studio interview with Rob Ickus Mirilo who decided to produce music under the name Zoe Wolfe,
# and - last but not least - Aoife Barry chatting to two members of September Girls in a practice room with Sweet Jane playing uninterruptedley in the background AND the five-piece band that is September Girls playing Green Eyed, a catchy as fuck tune about jealousy, LIVE in said practice room.

All work on this series-based television show format series is carried out by volunteers using DCTV's facilities. People give anything from 2 to 24 hours a week to produce the programme. Plans for season three are already underway.

Get involved at dctv.ie/coi

You can watch our documentary, A Joyful Slog, here by the way: youtube.com/watch?v=lgvGuRfsoJ8

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A variety of programmes on the subject of independent music in Dublin and Ireland. We've got some volunteer-made studio programmes presented by Danny Carrol that are a fun mix of interviews, music videos and a live performance. We've also got discussion programmes and band profiles as well as some live performances.. have a look!

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