Search Results for 'Beefheart'
9 results found.
MY OPINION of The Frames has always been skewered towards the negative because of their debut single, the hideously awful 'The Dancer'. The band's knack of repackaging indie and alternative rock for mainstream audiences made them appear edgy to many - but only if you ignored what was going on in indie and alternative rock. Forgive the Indie-snobbery but that did not sit well with me either.
"ANYTHING THAT does not come from tradition is plagiarism," declared the Catalan surrealist Salvador Dalí. It is a willfully contradictory, deliberately oxymoronic statement, but it does get to the heart of New York indie-rockers Parquet Courts.
Finbar Hoban Presents...legendary Northern Ireland rockers Therapy? live at the Ruby Room at the TF Royal Hotel and Event Centre in Castlebar next Sunday October 27 in what promises to be one of the biggest rock shows in Castlebar this year. Therapy? have played with some of the greatest rock bands in the world that include Metallica, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, and Pearl Jam. Support on the night comes from Lafaro and local band Pilgrimage.
Julie Feeney - Clocks (Mittins)
Comprising of four musicians, King Twit were formed in the autumn of 2011.They are embarking on their first Irish tour with a 12-date jaunt around the country in support of their first set of recordings, Bicycle EP. They play guitar-based alternative folk rock pop in the vein of Captain Beefheart, Jonathon Richman, and the Shins.
A 13-year-old girl dreams of being an inventor. She’s not satisfied with the way the world is and she wants to do something about it, so she looks to her hero Leonardo Da Vinci for inspiration.
THE MIGHTY Stef is something of a character on the Irish music scene with his larger than life personality and that huge, rough hewn, and unapologetically, Dublin voice.
THE REVELLIONS are inspired by 1960s rock and make garage rock that sounds fresh and original. What’s more they are coming to Galway this weekend.
The Rye — Kevin Melly (vocals, acoustic guitar), Anna Falkenau (fiddle, backing vocals) Alan Walsh (banjo, electric guitar, backing vocals), Barry Wallace (bass, banjo) and Desmond Harrington (drums) — have been spending much of this summer in the studio recording their debut album. It promises to be one of the buzziest albums to be released in 2010. Each song on the album has a very distinct identity, ranging from the highly charged ‘There’s A Moth at Your Window’, over the jazzy-snappy ‘Lovebirds’, the quirky ‘Wondering the Why’, to the touching ‘Dance With You’.