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DUBLIN POP-punk band The Dead Flags headline the next Citóg gig in The Cellar Bar tomorrow night.
PANIC!, A night of classic indie anthems from bands like Joy Division, The Smiths, The Cure, Stone Roses, Pixies, Blur, Arctic Monkeys, etc, takes place next week.
These Charming Men from Dublin, were formed in 1995 and to this day continue to charm fans of The Smiths and Morrissey all around the globe with their finely tuned, energetic and passionate live shows.
THEY have been a going concern since 1981 and their fans include Sonic Youth and Nirvana. They are Japanese pop-punk band Shonen Knife and they play Galway next week.
Fresh from winning their 19th championship, Manchester United now take on Barcelona this Saturday in the UEFA Champions League final, and Kelly’s Bar is throwing a big party for all Man Utd fans. Leading the chants will be Hector Ó hEochagáin, who will also have a pre-match DJ set, so expect the Stone Roses, Happy Mondays, et al from the glory days of the ‘Madchester’ era.
WHEN I first heard Friendly Fires’ self titled album a couple of years ago I instantly fell in love with it. Their sound was energetic, upbeat, funky, and generally a bit fun.
FOR ROCK bands the traditional line is two guitars, bass, drums, and vocals. Denmark’s Menfolk however are not your traditional rock band.
IRISH TRIO Halves use a vast range of acoustic and electronic instruments to create an evocative, cinematic, live experience.
“MOGWAI STILL sound like the future, their five-strong core membership still the coolest gang in town.” So wrote Scottish crime fiction author Ian Rankin of the band that make their Galway debut on St Valentine’s Day.
DO YOU love indie and alternative music? Do you love Joy Division, The Smiths, The Cure, Stone Roses, Pixies, Kings Of Leon, Arcade Fire? Want to raise some money for charity?