Search Results for 'British music'

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Planet of sound

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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - Chasing Yesterday (Sour Mash)

Album reviews: Noel Gallagher and Dr Feelgood

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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - Chasing Yesterday (Sour Mash)

Get Boogie!

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GET BOOGIE! is back tomorrow night in Factory, Abbeygate Street, for a collaborative gig weekend with east coast crew Drank.

Soulful Slow Club for Strange Brew

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SLOW CLUB have been called “Sheffield’s very own two person take on The Commitments” by the NME, and their soul-influenced sound is coming to Galway to play Strange Brew at the Róisín on Thursday February 19 at 9pm.

Album review: Belle and Sebastian

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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.

Rebel songs for Monroe’s Live

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REBEL SONGS and Irish roots music will be heard loud and proud when Galway band The Uncurables play Monroe’s Backstage Bar on Thursday December 18.

Syd Arthur - neo-psychedelic quartet play Galway

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IN PSYCHEDELIC music, few figures as pivotal as Pink Floyd’s Syd Barrett and Love’s Arthur Lee, so it is hardly surprising that both men should appeal to a quartet of Canterbury psych fans.

Ben Ottewell - Gomez man to play solo Galway show

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HE IS a lead singer in Gomez, the British band that brought the blues to student and indie audiences in the late nineties/early noughties, but he also operates as a solo artist.

The Waterboys - new album and Galway concert

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THE WATERBOYS are to return to Galway for the third time in a year to play a major concert. A mesmerising live experience, the last two shows were about past triumphs, but this upcoming show is very much about the future.

Belfast rockers Echo Raptors @ Kelly’s

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BELFAST HAS had a long and proud record of producing raucous rock’n’roll and r’n’b back to the time of Van Morrison’s Them in the 1960s. Carrying on that tradition are Echo Raptors who play Kelly’s Bar, Bridge Street this Saturday.

 

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