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Primal Scream’s latest album

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Primal Scream have had a busy few years, writing and arranging new songs while also touring their seminal 1991 album Screamadelica, but the work has paid off with More Light, a dark, richly layered album which is arguably their best work in years. If you want to hear it live, you’re in luck — the band will play in Leisureland, Galway, on October 26.

Omid Djalili, Sean Lock, and Russell Howard to play Galway Comedy Festival

Sean Lock, Russell Howard, Omid Djalili, and The Faulty Towers Dining Experience are all coming to Galway for the October Bank Holiday weekend as part of the Bulmers Galway Comedy Festival.

Primal Scream to play Salthill

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THE MIGHTY Primal Scream are coming to Galway to play a ‘Róisín Dubh presents...’ concert in Leisureland, Salthill, on Saturday October 26.

Cashier No 9 @ Róisín Dubh

THE BELFAST music scene is the healthiest it has been in 30 years and Cashier No 9 are prominent among the many fine bands who have emerged from the city of late.

Have a Screamadelic time at the Big Top

Billed as one of the music highlights this year, Galway Arts Festival gets set to host the legendary Primal Scream Live at the Festival Big Top on Friday July 24 at 8pm. The band will co-headline with the superb Spiritualized. Bobby Gillespie formed the band in the mid-80s while drumming for goth-tinged noise rockers the Jesus and Mary Chain. After a brief detour to punk hard rock, the group reinvented itself as a dance band in the early 90s, following through on the pop and acid house fusions of the Stone Roses and Happy Mondays. They created the ultimate indie pop and dance fusion album, Screamadelica, in 1991. The album broke down boundaries and changed the face of British pop music in the 90s, helping to make dance and techno acceptable to the rock mainstream.

Get your rocks off at Primal Scream

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PRIMAL SCREAM guitarist Andrew Innes is ready for Galway. “When you get on stage you realise it’s all worth it,” he says. “When people are cheering you on it’s hard to beat that and you think, ‘It’s great to be in a band’.”

 

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