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DOMINICK STREET will come alive to the sound of music, song, and dancing for The West End Street Party, which starts today, and features shows from the Booka Brass Band, Hermitage Green, the Ignite Gospel Choir, as well as the open air Silent Disco.
ELECTRIC EEL SHOCK, the Japanese metal, classic rock, and punk trio, whose music and stage shows are a wild, outrageous, and high energy filled celebration of the guitar, loud music, and a catchy chorus, are back.
WE BANJO 3, the Galway roots/trad/bluegrass phenomenon have just released their new album Live In Galway and later this month they play a show at the Town Hall Theatre.
WHEN THE house you are building is falling down around your ears, when all you have worked for is taken away, what will run out first: your money or your wife? Arthur’s Dig is a 21st century drama, exploring the blurred lines that define what it is to be a man in contemporary Ireland.
THE PUZZLE drum’n’bass clubnight celebrates one year in existence by holding a birthday bash in The Loft, headlined by German DJ Misanthrop.
LAST TIME out on 2010’s Rolling Blackouts, Brighton collective The Go! Team delivered a set of full on funk, soul, blaxploitation, and samapdelic urban.
AN ARCHITECT, a university lecturer, and a fine artist hardly sounds like a combination that could create thrilling, high energy, indie-electro dance music, but these are the day jobs of Belfast’s Not Squares, and that is the kind of music they make when they are together.
THEY HAVE “every right to be claimed as Ireland’s best live act right now,” according to Golden Plec; they are Ireland’s first New Orleans style brass band, and they have just released their first EP.
ROSS BROWNE, one of the stars of RTE’s hit hidden camera show The Fear, is taking his Professional Idiot show on his first national stand up tour and Galway is one of his stops.
“THE WHEEL of Fortune, round it goes, where it stops nobody knows” goes the old fairground cry and for Jason Byrne’s new show that cry will be the maxim of the night, taking the audience and the comedian himself into uncharted, maybe even unchartable, territory.