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ONCE UPON a time, January was the graveyard shift in the album release schedule, a time when contractual obligations, works deemed not good enough, and albums labels were not interested in, were unleashed into the post-Christmas commercial wasteland.
THE TWIN peaks of Belle and Sebastian’s artistic achievements, 1996’s If You’re Feeling Sinister and 2003’s Dear Catastrophe Waitress, have set a high standard for a band that, over its long career, has regularly delivered quality work.
TWENTY-NINE YEARS ago this week Ireland lost its most iconic rock musician and still greatest rock star, Phil Lynott. The Dublin singer-songwriter died on January 4 1986, but his extraordinary legacy continues and will be celebrated in Galway this week.
A CHANGE is as good as a rest they sometimes say, and HamsandwicH certainly believe in the truth of that old chestnut, employing it as the rule of thumb for their forthcoming album.
MARK LANEGAN, the American singer-songwriter, former Screaming Trees vocalist, and collaborator with The Afghan Whigs' Greg Dulli and former Belle and Sebastian vocalist Isobel Campbell, returns to Galway in January.
PHIL LYNOTT, singer, songwriter, and leader of Thin Lizzy, is both an Irish and global rock icon, and Galway will celebrate his music at a special concert tomorrow.
ONE OF Ireland’s biggest bands, The Coronas, will be in Galway on Wednesday November 16 to do an in-store appearance at HMV Galway.
At last Friday night’s Belle of Breaffy competition organised by Breaffy ladies GAA Club which was part of the Breaffy Blast Festival held in the village, Aoife Connaughton was crowned the Belle of Breaffy. As part of the competition, Aoife recited a poem she had written in tribute to the late Carmel Jordan who sadly passed away this summer. Carmel had been deeply involved in the ladies football club and other community activities until her passing. This is the poem that Aoife wrote and recited on the night
WHAT IS it about Scotland and indie music? This is the nation which has given the genre many of its defining bands - Belle and Sebastian, Teenage Fanclub, Camera Obscura, and of course The Vaselines.
IT HAS been a decade since Roddy Woomble has played Ireland. Back then it was as lead singer of Idlewild. This month he returns as a solo artist, armed with a set of songs and perspectives that reflect the many changes in his life over that time.