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TOY SOLDIER have been described as “your favourite club night with Nine Inch Nails and Blondie mashing it up on the decks”.
Galway-based author and Hot Press journalist Olaf Tyaransen will be performing and conducting public interviews at the Electric Picnic festival in Stradbally at the end of the month. The acclaimed author – described by the Sunday Independent as “demonstrably the best rock ‘n’ roll interviewer in the world”- will be reading on The Word Stage in the Mindfield area at 7pm on Friday August 30, and again on Sunday September 1.
THE LOFIRES are Dublin songwriters, Niall Toner Jr and Jonny Rowen and they come with a pedigree and years of experience.
BELFAST INDIE quintet Runaway GO release their new single ‘I Would Go’ tomorrow and play upstairs in the Róisín Dubh on Saturday at 9pm.
ALED JONES is a classical tenor but he knows a good singer when he hears one, regardless of what genre s/he sings in, and he has high praise for Sarah McQuaid.
PROTOBABY PLAY “clever, epic rocktronica” according to Hot Press and are “the best thing to happen to Limerick music in a long time” say State Of Affairs.
BELFAST ALT-PUNK band Empty Lungs play upstairs in the Róisín Dubh this Tuesday at 9pm as part of a tour promoting their new EP.
“TONY MCLOUGHLIN has created a catalogue of literate songs that shine a spotlight in the dark corners of our lives...blending elements of country, folk, Americana, and rock.”
I get both embarrassed and amused, in an hysterical sort of a way, reading back over the recent social history of poor Cathleen Ní Houlihan. Particularly when it touches on anything sexual. It is surprising that any of us were born at all, such was the misery caused at the mention that anyone might be enjoying a healthy sexual relationship with a partner. The impression was given that everyone who had sexual contact outside marriage was not only in a state of serious sin, but that they were some kind of social pariah, to be scorned and driven away from normal society. Even sex within marriage could be shaky. It really was a subject that could not be discussed in public at all without inviting legions of self-righteous men and women out on the streets proclaiming well-meaning but ill-informed opinion.
THIN LIZZY founder Eric Bell has described The Riptide Movement as “an awesome band, Hendrix himself would be shaking in his boots!”