Rob Smith (Irish musician)

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Rob Smith is an Irish singer-songwriter, DJ[1] and writer[2] from Terenure,[3] Dublin.

Biography[edit]

Smith released his debut album, Throwing It All Away, in March 2008 to considerable success[4] and toured in 10 countries across Europe promoting it. The follow up, 2010's The Juliana Field, was released to critical acclaim[5][6] and landed Smith a nomination for Most Promising Act at that year's Meteor Awards.[7] He released a live EP, titled Live in New York & Dublin, the following year.[8] He released a well-received punk rock single in February 2015 called Dale Boca Juniors which charted in both Ireland and Argentina.[9]

He is also a DJ, specializing in indie and alternative rock, and has spun in countries such as Italy,[10] Netherlands, Scotland and the United States.[11] A notable Boca Juniors fan,[12] he is also a football writer for Irish music magazine Hot Press.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Extended plays[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • Dale Boca Juniors - 2015

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