Search Results for 'Arcade Fire'
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SORCHA RICHARDSON'S music has been declared "cinematic, relatable, and completely and utterly heartwrenching" by The Line of Best Fit and as "ultra-catchy" by The Guardian.
HAILING FROM Ostia, near the 'Eternal City' of Rome, Zu are an atypical trio of drums, electric bass, baritone saxophone, and electronics. It may be the strangest gig FEAST has yet organised, but all the more reason to go see it.
Four of Ireland’s finest violinists, Mia Cooper, Katherine Hunka, Ioana Petcu-Colan and Helena Wood perform at the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar on Monday, April 24 at 8pm, as part of a Music Network national tour.
HE PLAYS "enchanting, fragile folk-pop" says The Independent. His music is "steeped in emotion” according to DIY, and he is "the real deal” declared Q. He is Benjamin Francis Leftwich.
ALL TVVINS are one of the most exciting bands to emerge from Ireland in years. Tomorrow sees the release of their debut album, IIVV, and they play Galway the following week.
DAN DEACON is "a self-confessed pop weirdo who sits at the edge of pop and experimentation," according to The Guardian, who makes "teeming crackpot electronica" says The Times, and he plays Galway next week.
PLEASURE BEACH'S music has been described as "melding indie-pop hooks, alternative-folk tinged vocal harmonies and post-rock inflected grandeur", by The Last Mixed Tape, while Pure M said the band were "years ahead in their knowledge of music".
ARCADE FIRE: The Reflektor Tapes, the feature documentary on the making of Arcade Fire's No 1 album and its accompanying world tour, will be screened in The Eye Cinema Galway this Thursday [September 24] at 9pm.
JOSH MCCLORY, the guitarist and main songwriter with the great Cavan blues-rock/r'n'b band The Strypes, is among the latest acts confirmed to play Monroe's Live as part of its Rocktoberfest event from October 1 to 4.