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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.
The committee of volunteers behind Ballymahon’s multi award-winning boutique music festival Helium are delighted to announce the presentation of over €8,000 to Ataxia Ireland following the Helium 2012 events and awareness campaign surrounding the cause.
The Helium Micro Music Festival crew are delighted to announce that Delorentos have been added to the festival’s main stage line-up for 2012. The Dublin-based band will play the Helium Main Stage just before bill toppers Ash and their blend of critically acclaimed alternative rock is sure to set the scene perfectly before the last act of the night.
IT HAS been one hell of year for Co Down’s Two Door Cinema Club. In just 12 months they have gone from being unknowns into a band about to release their debut album and on the cusp of big things.
With one week down and one week to go the city continues to thrive on one of the most successful runs the Galway Arts Festival has ever seen. And things are only set to get better yet.
WHEN BELFAST songwriter Peter Wilson adopted the name Duke Special some years ago it led to a transformation that truly set him apart. With his long dreadlocks, dark eyeliner, and lovelorn songs, he became the pied piper of the Irish indie music scene.
When a band announces it will no longer record albums it sounds like they have announced their own demise. In Ash’s case the opposite is true. One year after that surprise statement that Twilight Of The Innocents would be their last album, Ash seem liberated and excited about the possibilities the future holds.