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THE MINUTES, RSAG, The Statics, and Galway acts Oh Boland and Chris Haze play The Jägermeister Freezer Sessions 100 Series in Monroe’s Live on November 14. Galway has been selected by Hot Press and Jägermeister as one of four locations across the country to host the sessions, and tickets for the event are free.
NEIL O’CONNOR, the Galway singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, will launch his debut solo album Loose Ends at Monroe’s Backstage this Saturday at 9pm.
ALTHOUGH IT may not get the same attention as London, Manchester, Birmingham, or Glasgow, Sheffield has proven to be a productive and intriguing city for British rock.
MOXEGEN ARE a tribute band with a difference - they do not perform the songs of a particular group, but instead they re-create festival concert set lists.
GALWAY BAND Young Kodiaks will play Citóg at the Cellar Bar, Eglinton Street, tomorrow night from 10pm.
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.
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.
Since Director’s irresistible bid for notice on the Dublin rock circuit was launched in 2005, they have crafted intelligent guitar music that has set them apart from the usual suspects. The band’s genesis saw three Malahide college entrants, guitarist Aherne, bassist Averill, and front man Moloney, playing together, with a few songs already starting to form. They began to take the operation seriously, assuming roles and casting around for a drummer to complete the outfit. Moloney, while studying for his degree in music, made the acquaintance of just such a drummer, classmate Lawlor, whose interests were in harmony with those of the group. Director was complete. A year later, after an arresting sequence of live shows amid growing popularity, Director recorded their debut record, We Thrive On Big Cities, for Atlantic Records.
WHEN THE Enemy released their debut album We’ll Live And Die In These Towns in 2007, it went straight to Number 1 in the British albums chart.
Director has announced details of a new single, Sing It Without A Tune, which will be available on May 1 on their own Crapshoot Economics label through ADA Global.