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SOAK, THE Derry singer-songwriter whose music has been called "a vivid portrait of teenage deep-thinking," by The Guardian, and as having "snippets of Cat Power and the delicacy of Lykke Li" by the Noisey blog, is coming to Galway.
YOUNG WONDER, the electro/indie-pop duo of producer Ian Ring and vocalist Rachel Koeman released their debut album Birth this month and they play the Róisín Dubh on Friday May 29 at 9pm.
CATHERINE BROGAN, the performance poet, educator, and social activist is coming to Galway as part of her Wee Irish Tour, and will be in Charlie Byrne's Bookshop on Thursday May 28 at 8pm.
‘BEGORRAH’ IS the ultimate stage Oirish cliché, but Foil Arms & Hog are reclaiming the word for great modern Irish comedy and as the title of their latest tour.
ENGLISH INDIE-rock band Echotape play Monroe’s Live on Sunday March 15 at 8pmas part of an Irish tour promoting their new single ‘See You Soon’.
AS PART of their largest Irish tour to date, and following the release of their debut album, folk-pop brothers Hudson Taylor play the Black Box Theatre on Monday February 23 at 8pm.
HIS VOICE has been compared to “a young Tom Waits” and he is said to have “melodies many of his peers would give their left arm for”. He is Texan singer-songwriter Jarrod Dickenson.
THERE MAY be no exact consensus on how to categorise Raglans’ sound, but there is unanimous agreement that it is irresistible and that on-stage the band are phenomenal.
ROCKTOBERFEST, GALWAY’S new ‘indoor music festival’ will see Monroe’s Live play host to 22 up-and-coming Irish bands, across a wide range of genres, starting today and running throughout the weekend.
THE DAUGHTER of an exiled writer and comic from Iran, Shappi Khorsandi’s upbringing was in no way conventional, but what a story, and what comedy, she makes from it all.