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THE ATROCITY Exhibit, the English grindcore/sludge/crust trio play the second of the new ‘FEAST Presents...’ nights at the Róisín Dubh this Saturday at 9pm.
UNITARDS, FLAMBOYANCE, falsettos, and gargantuan guitar riffs will explode onto the stage of Monroe’s Live when The Darkness play the Dominick Street venue on Friday March 13 at 8pm.
TWENTY-NINE YEARS ago this week Ireland lost its most iconic rock musician and still greatest rock star, Phil Lynott. The Dublin singer-songwriter died on January 4 1986, but his extraordinary legacy continues and will be celebrated in Galway this week.
GIVEN THAT founder and driving force Malcolm Young can no longer play music owing to dementia, AC/DC would have been forgiven for calling it a day.
REBEL SONGS and Irish roots music will be heard loud and proud when Galway band The Uncurables play Monroe’s Backstage Bar on Thursday December 18.
“You don’t wanna mess with that dude. Give him the microphone, let him sing, then get the f**k out of his way.” So said Dave Grohl about singer-songwriter Mark Lanegan who is coming to Galway in the New Year.
STEVEN SHARPE, the multi-talented singer/performer is best known for his flamboyant solo material and as the singer in Led Zeppelin tribute band No Stairway.
LECHEROUS GAZE’S music fits somewhere between garage and stoner rock, but they prefer to describe themselves as playing “psycho-delic shred-tastic ultra-hyphened rock-punk heavy jams.”
Phil Lynott would have turned 65 this week, and in his honour the Thin Lizzy tribute act, Remembering Lizzy, will play a special show at Monroe’s Live tomorrow night.
AFTER THE success of their debut performance of Songs for the Deaf in The Cellar back in April this year, Galway four-piece Race the Flux will perform songs from the celebrated Queens of the Stone Age album at the Roisin Dubh tomorrow night.