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TWO OF Ireland's leading emerging bands, Wild Youth and Galway's Rofi James, play Monroe's on Thursday September 27 at 9pm at a show presented by the GMIT Students Union.
Jason Manford had a realisation. His origins are as a working class lad from Salford in the north of England, the child born to an Irish emigrant and English family, but his children, thanks to their dad’s success as a comedian, actor, writer, singer, and broadcaster, means they are very much middle class.
DEAD HORSE Jive are sharp dressed men, possessed of "insatiable energy and musical talent" according to Lazer Guided Reporter, who have "seriously original songs and stories," says the Independent Music Review.
DO NOT be fooled by the title. A Litany Of Failures: Volume II, a new album featuring 18 songs from Irish DIY, post-punk, and indie band, contains some of the most exciting young musicians currently at work.
AILBHE REDDY “stands head and shoulders above the folk mainstream” according to The Line Of Best Fit, her music is “haunting and breathtaking” says Wonderland magazine, and Galway will see why this month.
NEIL O'CONNOR, a long standing figure in Galway's music scene, has released a new album, featuring old material that is at long last getting a chance to be heard.
JAMIE HARRISON, the Galway singer-songwriter whose new song ‘Spent So Long’ has amassed more than 20,000 listens on Spotify, plays the Róisín Dubh next week.
GALWAY BAND Dead Horse Jive will launch their new EP, Should’ve Stayed In, with a gig in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh, tomorrow evening from 9pm.
AFTER A long hiatus, Galway folk-rock band Croí8 have released their new album, One Step Closer, the long awaited follow-up to their 2010 EP, Flying Through the Ash.
HE WAS BORN and brought up in Hong Kong; has lived in England since he was 11; and was inspired to write songs by Bon Iver's 'Flume'. Since then, Allman Brown has won notice for the single 'Sons and Daughters', and acclaim for his album 1000 Years.