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MITCH PRESENTS X Midnight Riot, will see one of Galway's leading DJs, and an acclaimed record label, join forces to present Yam Who? and Jaegerrossa in the Electric Garden and Theatre on Saturday September 29 from 11pm.
DETROIT RAPPERS Slum Village have carried the torch for the old-school funk'n'soul hip-hop of genre pioneers like A Tribe Called Quest and De La Soul, enduring for almost 30 years, surviving changing tastes, and the departures and deaths of band members.
THE NINTH annual Gospel Rising Music Festival – Ireland's biggest gospel music and choral festival – returns to Galway this month, with choirs from across Ireland, and beyond, performing throughout the city.
WOMEN ARE pivotal in the story of blues music, with Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith, and Mamie Smith being among its earliest recorded exponents and first major stars, but they have been overshadowed by the men who came later.
BIZARRE RIDE II The Pharcyde was the 1992 debut album of American hip hop group The Pharcyde. Since its release, it has been hailed by music critics and alternative hip-hop fans as a classic, and has appeared in numerous publications' best albums lists.
THIS WEEKEND promises to be a massive one at the Electric Garden & Theatre, especially with DJ sets from a world recognised Disco guru, as well as from one of the biggest names in techno.
SHE GREW up 100 miles from London in the English East Midlands city of Leicester, but being away from the metropolis has proven an advantage for Mahalia, and her dreams of a career in music.
Raise a glass to the festive season and visit the Prince Bar and Kitchen this Christmas.
HE IS best known for hip hop anthem 'Boom! Shake the Room' and with Will Smith for THAT theme song, to the much loved 1990s US comedy The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, but Jazzy Jeff is also a hip hop pioneer and icon.
SHUFFLE! RETURNS to the upstairs bar of Roisin Dubh this weekend for another night of hip shakin', rockin' northern soul, reggae, ska, blues, jazz, dicso, and r'n'b.