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SKA AND rock steady will be the order of the night when nine-piece Galway band, Big Jelly, take to the stage of The Loft on Friday July 17 at 11pm.
INTERSKALACTIC, hailed as “the future of ska in Ireland” by The Late Late Show’s Ryan Tubridy, return to Galway with their old-school Jamaican style ska.
INTERSKALACTIC, hailed as “the future of ska in Ireland” by The Late Late Show’s Ryan Tubridy, bring their old-school Jamaican style ska to Kelly’s this Saturday at 9.30pm.
SKA BAND Big Jelly, inspired by The Skatalites, Prince Buster, and Toots & the Maytals, play the ninth annual Kinvara Mardi Gras in the Kinvara Community Centre this Saturday at 8pm.
INTERSKALACTIC, IRELAND’S only 10-piece ska band are set to deliver a night of ?rst-wave, old-school, Jamaican ska including covers of Skatalites and Prince Buster classics.
ASKING “WHO is Lee Perry?” is like asking “What is literature?” or “What is colour?” The question is too big. He is the Muhammad Ali of Jamaican music. A pint sized genius with purple hair.
IN THE late 1970s and early 1980s, punk and new wave were not the only choices for those who wanted music that was alternative to the mainstream - there was also British ska.
“As I write I don’t know if the weather will allow the rescheduled match to go ahead, but they’re brave or foolish heads in the GAA if they take a chance on dragging thousands of people to Thurles on a Tuesday night with the chance of the game being called off again.”
Amsterdam Beat Club parties feature top DJs, live bands, burlesque shows, go-go dancers, musical side-shows and cult film projections. For the first time in Westport, the Amsterdam Beat Club Deejay-Veejay duo Charley Rhythm and Ir Vendermuelen aka The Scopi-Tonics will take you on a crazy trip through the fabulous fifties and sixties, using stacks of original vinyl and movie material.