DANCE POP Róisín Murphy One of the Choice Music Prize nominees returns to Ireland for a pair of highly anticipated shows. Murphy’s latest album, Hairless Toys, will be strategically played with, and no doubt she will totally own the stage. POST ROCK Foals Oxford band Foals – once favourites of the art-rock/ alt.rock crowd – have significantly broadened their appeal with recent albums such as Holy Fire (2013) and What Went Down (2015). The albums are strong, but it’s in a live context that Foals really kick, so beware. Special guests are Everything Everything. SLEAZE POP Suede You never think you miss something until it’s no longer there – that was the case with Suede when the British band split up in 2003. Since their return in 2010, however, the band have released two cracking albums – 2013’s Bloodsports, and last month’s Night Thoughts. This show sees the latter album played in its entirety, followed by a ‘Best Of’ set. The Best Glam Rock Britpop Whip-Cracking Gig of the Week, anyone? JAZZ Tommy Halferty Trio feat Seamus Blake Saxophonist Seamus Blake’s standing on the New York jazz scene may be judged by the exalted company he keeps: guitarist John Scofield, trumpeter Dave Douglas, and the Mingus Big Band all have him on speed-dial. To that list add the great Derry guitarist Tommy Halferty who is importing the grandiloquent Blake for a short tour that will give jazzers in Limerick, Wexford, Cork and Dublin a chance to hear one of the leading saxophone voices of the current generation.