Search Results for 'Oasis'

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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)

Guinness Amplify Live Stages - in Galway

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THE GUINNESS AMPLIFY Live Stages gigs come to Galway on Thursday February 26 with the Róisín Dubh and Monroe’s Live announced as the venues where the shows will take place. Each venue will host three bands on the night.

The National - mistaken for strangers

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THE NATIONAL, the greatest band in the world right now, take to the stage in Galway in July. The centre of attention will be vocalist Matt Berninger, a charismatic storm of passion and masculine existential angst, his lyrics matched by the intensity of guitarists Aaron and Bryce Dessner, and the imaginative rhythms of drummer Bryan Devendorf, while calmly, authoritatively anchoring all this tension and release will be bassist Scott Devendorf.

Re-live Oasis @ Monroe's Live

COME AUGUST, Oasis’s Definitely Maybe will be 20 years old, yet despite reaching this milestone, songs like ‘Slide Away’ and ‘Live Forever’ still sound timeless.

The Dead Heavys @ Róisín Dubh

“THE DEAD Heavys deal a psychedelic-tinged guitar-pop that could easily grab a whole stadium full of post-Oasis fans as well as the charts.”

Mullingar band launch new single tonight

Head to John Dalys tonight, June 21, and catch local band The Academic as they launch their new single ‘Bear Claws’.

Big September @ Monroe’s Live

BIG SEPTEMBER, who have enjoyed a Top 40 hit with ‘The Preacher’, will play Monroe’s Live tomorrow night.

Live gigs @ Halo

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HALO’S NEW upstairs venue will host two gigs over two nights this weekend with Big September tonight and Hot Fuss tomorrow.

Acknowledging the Debt to our forebears

“There are cases, in which more knowledge of more value may be conveyed by the history of a word than by the history of a campaign.” Indeed, this observation by Samuel Taylor Coleridge may be opened out to include not merely single words, but also aphorisms, metaphors, and short significant sayings. And one of the most striking of these is one he himself used in The Friend: "The dwarf sees farther than the giant, when he has the giant's shoulder to mount on."

 

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