Search Results for 'Counterculture of the 1960s'
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THERE ARE times when The Shacks' music sounds like some long forgotten, but thankfully now resurrected, psychedelic pop gems from the mid-1960s, except its modern, made by two people aged under 22.
OVER THE last 10 years indie music has rediscovered and re-explored 1990s genres, but it is rare to see young musicians going back any further than that. Recently however, a new series of disparate bands - School Damage, Mermaidens, Starcrawler, and now The Shacks - have delved into different aspects of sixties and seventies rock, delivering fresh new presentations of those forms.
Invisalign clear braces are the most discreet way of teeth straightening without using brackets or wires. Their virtually invisible nature makes them very popular with adults, but they are suitable for anyone over the age of 13.
LIKE 2006's Living With War, this is Shakey's immediate response to current events. Whereas the latter album was about the Bush presidency and the 'War On Terror', The Visitor centres on Trump's first year in office.
Fifty years on from his execution by Bolivian Special Forces and the CIA, Che Guevara remains an icon, and inspiration, and a contested and controversial figure, and he will be the subject of a public talk in Galway.
The kitchen is the new living and dining room. You no longer slave alone over the proverbial stove, instead your friends pile in, pour wine and give good gossip! As for the dining room? It’s been relegated along with the silver to the distant starched-white past!
SINCE SHAKEY opened up his archives, a treasure trove of magnificent, mostly live, albums, have been flowing out to us grateful fans over the past decade. The latest in this series is an unreleased studio work - Hitchhiker.
In 1959 the poet Richard Murphy renovated the black-sailed Ave Maria, a traditional Galway hooker, which he used to ferry visitors to Inishboffin, and for a day’s fishing. Over the years the poet, the boat and the magnificent landscape attracted a flotsam and jetsam of humanity, many of a literary kind.
Salons and businesses across Ireland have been selected by members of the public to compete for an award at this year’s Irish Hair and Beauty Awards.
THE GRATEFUL Dead's music "touches on ground that most other groups don't even know exists," said Patti Smith guitarist Lenny Kaye; while Allmusic.com called them, "the ultimate cult band, creating a self-styled universe all their own".