Search Results for 'Jamaican music'

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Lee 'Scratch' Perry - reggae legend is back in Galway

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VISIONARY, ECCENTRIC, legend - Lee 'Scratch' Perry, the man who produced the early music of Bob Marley and The Wailers, and a significant figure in reggae in his own right, returns for what has become his annual pilgrimage to Galway.

Punk and ska from the north of England

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DIY DUB-punk and ska from the north of England, and a one man acoustic comedic whirlwind, will be in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh, next week.

Worries Outernational bring the reggae this weekend

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WORRIES OUTERNATIONAL, one of the leading soundsystems pushing reggae and dancehall music in Ireland, hit Galway this weekend when they take over the Commercial Boatclub in Woodquay.

Interskalactic - new EP and Monroe's gig

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INTERSKALACTIC, hailed as “the future of ska in Ireland” by The Late Late Show's Ryan Tubridy, have released their new, eponymously titled EP, and play Monroe's Live this week.

Interskalactic to bring the ska to Monroe's

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HAILED AS “the future of ska in Ireland” by Ryan Tubridy, Interskalactic have firmly marked their place as a live and festival favourite, fusing big band flavour and first-wave, old-school Jamaican ska.

Interskalactic to bring the ska to The Loft

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INTERSKALACTIC, HAILED as “the future of ska in Ireland” by Ryan Tubridy, return to The Loft at Seven, on Friday February 26 at 9pm, for a night of big band flavour to first-wave, old-school, Jamaican ska.

Newton Dunbar to lead reggae night @ Monroe's

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FOR 30 years, London's The Four Aces club was an essential place to go if you wanted to hear good soul and reggae, but and see leading soul and reggae musicians play live.

Album review: The Selecter

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LEGENDARY 2-TONE artists, The Selecter, have always been my 2-Tone band of choice so I was eagerly anticipating this album. The title, Subculture, lends itself well to the original ethos of 2-Tone which encouraged the mixing of genres and youth cultures - mods, punks, and rude boys all skanking to the same punky reggae beat.

Funk, reggae and soul and more @ Massimo

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GALWAY DJ Dave Barry’s (Shuffle!) monthly vinyl excursion into funk, northern soul, boogaloo, r’n’b, hip-hop, disco, Jamaican ska, 50s rock and more, returns to Massimo tomorrow night. The emphisis is on the dancefloor but there are plenty of snugs for a quiet pint not to mention the smoking area.

A reggae night @ Monroe’s Live

THE CLANDESTINOS, Galway’s new roots reggae band will play a two hour set Monroe’s Live on Friday March 20 at 10pm.


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