Search Results for 'Alternative rock'

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Planet of sound

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Teenage Fanclub - still harmonious after all these years

THERE IS A certain symmetry at work in the career of Teenage Fanclub. Their debut album A Catholic Education was released independently in 1990 and since then things have come full circle. Twenty years on from that debut comes the band’s 10th album, the wonderful Shadows, also released independently.

Broken Social Scene Forgiveness Rock Record (City Slang/Cooperative Music)

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IT IS hard not get swept up in the moment that is a Broken Social Scene song. Before there was Arcade Fire and Stars (who contribute to this album), there was Broken Social Scene, Canadian indie at its finest.

Planet of sound

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Dinosaur Jr to play Galway in May

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DINOSAUR JR, the definitive US alternative rock band, will be making their third journey to Galway to play a ‘Róisín Dubh presents...’ concert at The Black Box Theatre on Monday May 10.

Kurt Cobain approved Calvin Johnson to play Bell, Book, & Candle

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CALVIN JOHNSON, the American indie-rock legend and the founder/owner of K Records, will play Bell, Book & Candle, the Small Crane, Sea Road, on Monday at 5pm.

Night of The Smiths and Morrissey music

A night dedicated to the music of The Smiths and Morrissey will be held in Galway at Club De Burgo’s Augustine Street, on Friday June 19.

The DIY charms of Canadian indie songwriter Chad VanGaalen

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“I love that music and art can become anything you want. They’re a window into your mind. I can put things in motion? I can turn a squid into a bearded Zeus head? It’s just endless what you can do.”

She hangs brightly - Hope Sandoval to play Róisín Dubh

SHE WAS the gentle but sensuous and hypnotic voice of Mazzy Star. Today she takes that voice into quieter, more sparse, musical realms backed by My Bloody Valentine drummer Colm Ó Cíosóig. She is Hope Sandoval.

Okkervil River to play Galway in September

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WITH THE exception of Electric Picnic, the only Irish show the great Okkervil River will play this year is in the Róisín Dubh on Monday September 7 at 9pm.


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