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INDIVIDUALLY THEY go by the names of Eskimo Supreme and Casper Walsh. Together they are hip hop duo Versatile, described as "lavish-living, hoop-loving, Ringsend natives, painting a vivid picture of day-to-day inner city Dublin".
FILM MAKER Neil Jordan has spoken in awe of their "wonderful, shamanistic energy"; The BBC World Review has called their concerts "beautifully euphoric live experiences"; while Bono said, "You get the feeling they lit the fuse for the big bang."
GALWAY SKA/REGGAE band The Clandestinos will hold a Christmas Special concert in Monroe’s Live on Friday December 22 from 11pm.
And So I Watch You From Afar (ASIWYFA) will be playing a not to be missed Christmas date at The Garbo’s Venue in Castlebar this December. ASIWFA are one of Northern Ireland’s most breath-taking, compelling, and heart-stoppingly brilliant exports. With rumours of a new album on the horizon the band will play Garbo’s on December 29.
YEARS FROM now, it’s probably starting already, people will speak about King Kong Company’s show in the main tent at Electric Picnic 2017 with near mythical awe, and will boast ‘I was there!’. Everyone else, to preserve their credibility, will pretend they were.
HIS APPETITE for music is boundless, his belief in its power as a unifying force which can cross social divisions is deeply held, and in the Electric clubnight MOVE, DJ John Daly turns that passion into practice.
IS SEPTEMBER the new August? Shivers thinks so and in order to give one last hurrah to the sunshine, Shivers is hosting a boat party aboard the Corrib Princess, with resident DJ Eoin joined by Paramida and Cait.
FOUR FOUR returns to Electric, Upper Abbeygate Street, this September, with some big nights planned over the next few months, including sets from Chasing Abbey and Marc Kinchen (MK).
COME ON Live Long, the Dublin indie/alternative/electronica quartet, hailed by Nialler 9 as "one of the best live bands in Ireland", who "specialise in dreamy folktronica with a futuristic twist," according to Hot Press, play Galway this week.
The biggest comedy competition in the country rolls into town this Friday as Róisín Dubh Comedy Clubh hosts Galway’s only heat of the Irish Comedian Of The Year competition.