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Fan of Arcade Fire? Have a good eye for counting? Well, then you need to get down to the Galway Shopping Centre today where the College Pizza Party is taking place with the chance to win concert tickets and get free helpings of delicious pizza.
His name may have raised one or two eyebrows when his 2002 album Lapalco appeared alongside luminaries like Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys and The White Stripes on The Irish Times’ top 20 albums of the last decade.
SuperKidd Promotions takes over The Stables this coming August 6 and 7 in celebration of their third anniversary. It’s been an exciting three years under the SuperKidd banner, with highlights including the emergence of many fine local musicians, free sandwiches, and the old man being spooked by the death metal kids applying their make-up. So what better way to celebrate than with two nights of the best in local and national music?
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.
Roscommon Arts Centre and Music Network are delighted to announce a concert by The Callino Quartet on Wednesday April 8, at 8pm in Castlecoote House, Roscommon. The quartet will perform Joseph Haydn’s The Seven Last Words of the Saviour on the Cross.
OWEN PALLETT is many things - composer, violinist, winner of the inaugural Polaris Music Prize, and co-writer of the string arrangements for the Arcade Fire’s Funeral. However he is best known as Final Fantasy.
IT’S BEEN five years since the Róisín Dubh was taken over by Kevin Healy, Gugai, and Co, and in that time it has become the leading music venue in the city, and to celebrate that fifth birthday milestone, the venue is hosting a major party.
TO CELEBRATE five very successful years and to get the next chapter in its story under way, the Róisín Dubh will host Once Upon A Time In The West, a festival of music concerts, DJ sets, and pub trails throughout the west of the city from today until Bank Holiday Monday.
“I HAVE sought, but I seek it vainly, That one lost chord divine, Which came from the soul of the organ, And entered into mine,” so wrote Sir Arthur Sullivan in his celebrated song ‘The Lost Chord’.