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AN AMBIENT soundscape, full of echoing, ghostly drones, underpinned by four gently shifting, rising, falling notes, looms into the ears, before the voice of Bell X-1's Paul Noonan intones, "And the words rain down like confetti..."
IF YOU cannot make it to Nick Cave's concert with Patti Smith in Kilmainham in June, you can enjoy a week of concert films and documentaries on the Australian genius at the Palás Cinema.
A decade after it was first announced, and after many delays and setbacks along the way, Galway's three-screen arthouse cinema, Pálás, finally opens its doors tomorrow evening, Friday February 23.
BETH ORTON, the British singer-songwriter, who has collaborated with such diverse artists as William Orbit, Bert Jansch, Johnny Marr and Nick Cave, and whose music ranges from electronica to folk, is coming to Galway.
CAMILLE O’SULLIVAN loves that line in Leonard Cohen’s ‘Anthem’ - “There’s a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in”, that even in the darkest recesses of life and art, some hope will be found, light will always break through, to, if not banish the dark, then at least to light the path through it.
“THIS RELEASE is designed to be a way into three decades of music making...the songs we have chosen are the ones that have stuck around, for whatever reason. Some songs are those that demand to be played live. Others are lesser songs that are personal favourites of ours."
Irish Album of The Year
NO PARENT wants to outlive their child, to do so seems wrong, unnatural. When that child is wrenched from his mother and father so suddenly, in circumstances both extreme and tragic, coming to terms with it must be near impossible.
JOSH MCCLORY, the guitarist and main songwriter with the great Cavan blues-rock/r'n'b band The Strypes, is among the latest acts confirmed to play Monroe's Live as part of its Rocktoberfest event from October 1 to 4.