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FIGHT LIKE Apes, Kid Karate, and Sleep Thieves will play six venues across Ireland this November, including Galway’s Róisín Dubh, as they headline this year's FMC Tour.
THE INTERSTELLAR electro-indie of Le Galaxie, the techo/house meets trad meets post rock of Daithí, and the propulsive indie rock of Funeral Suits make up the 2013 FMC Tour.
THREE OF the most exciting Irish indie bands - Squarehead, We Cut Corners, and The Lost Brothers, play Strange Brew at the Róisín Dubh on Thursday November 1.
THE HARD Working Class Heroes festival, which celebrates its 10th birthday this year, is calling on Galway musicians to apply for a slot to play at the event.
FROM MAJESTIC, melodic, pop/rock to outrageous, fret burning, post-rock workouts, the FMC Tour, featuring Adebisi Shank and O Emperor, has it and the tour is coming to Galway.
Mayo County Council’s Excel 08 is a developmental programme of arts events for teenagers and young adults across the county. With a focus on supporting and developing skills of young people with specific arts interests, the programme includes events covering hip -hop workshops, animation workshops, a portfolio preparation talk, a music panel talk and much more.
This year one of the open events, ‘’Cause we All Just Wanna be Rock Stars’ is certain to appeal to young people involved in making music in Mayo or who may even by considering making music their career. The talk will take place in Ballina Arts Centre on Saturday November 15 2008 between 1pm and 3pm. On board to offer advice and knowledge to young musicians, bands and music collectives are some of the industrys experts. This will be an interactive talk with lots of opportunities to ask questions. So whether you are wondering how to go about setting up a group, how to book gigs or how to go about making your first demo, all this and more is up for debate in Ballina.
Mayo County Council’s EXCEL 08 is a developmental programme of arts events for teenagers and young adults across the county which will take place this month.
This is the sixth year of Mayo County Council Arts Office Annual Youth Arts Programme - Excel. The programme runs throughout the month of November and is aimed at young adults and teenagers. Workshops and masterclasses were provided for groups already in the arts as well as open events for young people who wanted to try something new.