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"I SAID a hip, hop, the hippie, the hippie, to the hip hip hop, a you don't stop the rockit to the bang bang boogie, say up jumped the boogie, to the rhythm of the boogie, the beat."
WILL SOFTLY is well known throughout Galway as a leading World Music DJ, but there is another side to the man, a side with a passion for guitars cranked up to a Nigel Tufnel approved 11, and enough riffs to keep headbangers and air guitarists in action.
SKRATCH BASTID, the Canadian DJ celebrated for his comfort and versatility in mixing hip hop, funk, disco, club, and rock, into a fusion that demands people dance, is coming to Galway.
ACCLAIMED PRODUCER and DJ Sam Binga will be hitting the decks in The Loft at Seven next Thursday [December 3], the first of two appearances by the Bristol native in Galway city that week.
THE IRISH hip hop/acoustic/indie sensation, The Original Rudeboys will play a show for their teenage fans in Galway city with a special gig for over 14s at Monroe's Live on Sunday October 11 at 6pm.
PLUTONIC HOUSE will deliver heart-hitting synth melodies, punk-funk bass lines, lo-fi analogue disco beats, and sensual vocals, when they play Monroe’s Live.
THE ORIGINAL Rudeboys, armed with a new set of songs from their new album, are coming back to Galway.
Getting your child interested and passionate about dance could deliver huge health rewards as well as benefiting children and teenagers socially and mentally.
WHEN HIP-HOP emerged from the Bronx in the late 1970s and spread throughout New York, punk and new wave musicians in the city btook notice.
MOXEGEN ARE a tribute band with a difference - they do not perform the songs of a particular group, but instead they re-create festival concert set lists.