Search Results for 'Cecilia Danell'

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Rusted Rail releasing new single from Galway's A Lilac Decline

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Rusted Rail will be releasing the new single from Galway's A Lilac Decline (the indie/shoegaze/folk-rock alter ego of visual artist Cecilia Danell) tomorrow via Bandcamp.

My Kind Of Town - a vision for Galway post-Covid-19

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Cecilia Danell

A Lilac Decline releases new single

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CHIMING CHORDS bathed in hazy reverb and suffused with lush psychedelic tones go to create a sound which captures the feel and experience of this recent spell of fine weather.

The (radio) show must go on

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COVID-19 HAS restricted our movements, created the necessity of social distancing, self-isolation, and cocooning, and resulted in economic hardship for many due to loss of employment of falling revenue.

What do you mean you haven't read?

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We got a number of artists to give their picks for some books to read at home during the lockdown.

What Do You Mean You Haven't Read...?

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Cecilia Danell, visual artist, songwriter

A pop song about the coronavirus lockdown

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“Hibernation in the spring, lots of social distancing, we're in lockdown and shut in, is this really happening?”

Galway artist exhibits at RHA Ashford Gallery

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THE ROYAL Hibernian Academy, Dublin, is hosting, In A Landscape, an exhibition by Cecilia Danell, the Galway based Swedish artist. The show is in the RHA's Ashford Gallery throughout March and April.

Cubs get Darkr Earlyr on new album

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GUESS WHO are fans of Nick Drake then? Darkr Earlyr, the new album by the all-Ireland collective of folk-rock, indie, and experimental musicians, is a reference to the great man's 1970 album, just set at a different time of day.

Galway artist to exhibit at Futures 2018

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CECILIA DANELL, the Galway based Swedish artist, will exhibit her work alongside Bassam Al-Sabah, Laura Fitzgerald, Jennifer Mehigan, Joanne Reid, and Marcel Vidal, at the Futures 2018 exhibition in the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin.

 

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