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WITH A cracking new solo album, Monster, just released, former Stranglers front-man Hugh Cornwell rocks up to the Róisín Dubh next week for what promises to be a storming gig featuring both gems from his solo output and beloved Strangler classics.
The 29th Galway Community Pride Festival kicked off this week and there are still four days to go, of music, comedy, clubnights, discussions, visual art, family fun, as well as the Pride Parade on Saturday afternoon.
SHE CALLS her music "punk rock R&B". She also describes it as "American soul music". She cites Al Green and Nina Simone as inspirations, as well as Sonic Youth and Bad Brains. She is Joan As Policewoman.
HER SONGS have "a bedroom lo-fi acoustic folk feel...albeit with an advanced skill for creating an atmosphere through arrangement and tone” according to Nialler9, while BBC Radio Ulster's Stuart Bailie said, "Behold, a hummingbird."
STEVEN SHARPE writes about gay male sex with the kind of ribaldry and attention to salacious detail Prince and Snoop Dogg brought to their songs about straight male sexual adventures.
SHUFFLE!, GALWAY'S night of northern soul, blues, ska, Latin, boogaloo, r'n'b, and rock'n'roll is back this weekend at the Róisín Dubh, with DJ Dave Barry joined by Count Skylarkin.
AS DELORENTOS get set to release their new album, the Dublin quartet will play the Róisín Dubh next week as part of an intimate series of shows around Ireland.
HE HAS toured Britain with Ricky Gervais and John Oliver, was a founding member of the acclaimed Robin Ince’s Book Club, and has performed regularly with Russell Brand and Stewart Lee.
UNA HEALY, one-fifth of The Saturdays, and more recently a solo artist and television personality and presenter, plays the Róisín Dubh this weekend as part of her upcoming Irish tour.
GIVEN STRANGE Brew Rekkids' releases to date have been firmly rooted in electronica, the sound of a gentle electric guitar, piano, and an oboe playing a melody faintly recalling Bette Midler's 'The Rose', is the last thing you expect to hear.