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SOAK - Derry songwriter to play Róisín Dubh

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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 - new album and Róisín Dubh show

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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.

Hudson Taylor play Black Box next week

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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.

Fight Like Apes to play Strange Brew

FURIOUS SYNTHS, manic performances, inspired pop hooks, and outrageous songtitles will be the order of the day when Fight Like Apes return to Galway next month.

Candice Gordon @ Monroe’s Live

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THE MUSIC and songs of Candice Gordon embraces a diverse array of sounds, from Tex-Mex to New Orleans rhythms to Ennio Morricone to Tom Waits.

Jack Beats @ The Electric Garden

JACK BEATS, the duo of ex-Scratch Pervert, Plus-One, and ‘mixologist’ Ben Geffen/Beni G play The Electric Garden on Thursday December 13.

Funeral Suits to play Róisín Dubh

DUBLIN INDIE-POP/electronic band Funeral Suits play the Róisín Dubh tomorrow at 10pm to promote their debut album Lily Of The Valley.

Maverick Sabre – London-Irish folk-soul hip hop

FOR MAVERICK Sabre, it all began with a journey from London to Wexford and hearing Ben E King’s soul classic ‘Stand By Me’ for the first time.

Alex Kidd returns to the GPO

WITH A lifelong obsession for fast and furious beats, DJ Alex Kidd is regarded as one of the true innovators of harder-edged electronic music - and he’s coming to Galway.

Hip hop punk from Milk Kan @ Monroe’s Live

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ENGLISH PUNK/hip hop trio Milk Kan have been described by BBC Radio 1’s Steve Lamacq as being “somewhere between Bob Dylan and Mike Skinner”.

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