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OK COMPUTER was where Radiohead went from delivering era-defining music - The Bends - to creating an album for the ages; revealing themselves as the successors to Pink Floyd, and admitting, without saying it out loud, that they are a prog-rock band.
Radiohead's Thom Yorke said, “This is me and my son's favourite music at the moment” when speaking about Irish noisemakers Girl Band on BBC Radio One just before Christmas. The band will be headlining a show at the Garbo's venue next Friday, April 7. The last few years have been momentous for Girl Band. Their most recent album “Holding Hands With Jamie” on Rough Trade has raised great acclaim from The Guardian, NME, NPR, Vice, and further afield, they have been named as one of the best new bands of 2016 by Stereogum and one of the best rock bands active today by SPIN.
RADIOHEAD ARE around long enough to be called 'veteran prog-rockers', though they would disown the term, yet that constant shape-shifting, boundary pushing, and experimentation keeps earning them comparison to Pink Floyd and Aphex Twin.
FOLLOWING THE release of his fourth album Outlines, Peter Doran plays Monroe’s Live on Sunday April 19 as part of his current Irish tour.
RISING IRISH indie and alternative-rock bands will be taking to the stage of Monroe’s Live on Friday September 12 as part of the AMA Emerging Talent Tour.
TRADIOHEAD, THE Galway band who take the music of Radiohead and reimagine it as Irish trad and folk, are in concert tomorrow night.
Tradiohead play Kelly's this Friday night. Tradiohead take the songs of Radiohead and re-imagine them using instruments more often associated with Irish traditional music.
RADIOHEAD have always explored and experimented, journeying from the alternative rock of The Bands to the prog-rock of OK Computer, to more avant garde sounds more recently.
TOMORROW sees the release of The Trees, The Sea in a Lunar Stream, the debut album by the Nottingham based, Galway duo, Phantom Dog Beneath The Moon.
PORTICO QUARTET are four young East London musicians who sound like nothing you have ever heard before. “There isn’t a band that sounds remotely like them,” according to The Observer.