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Cronin launch new EP - Nelson Riddle

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Irish quintet Cronin return with the Nelson Riddle EP which is set for release on March 2.

Kíla - new album and Monroe’s Live show

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KÍLA, THE mighty Irish trad meets world music fusion group, have just released their first album in four years and are in concert at Monroe’s Live on Monday December 29.

Johnny Cronin & The Aftermath return from the rockier road!

Johnny Cronin & The Aftermath return from ‘The Rockier Road to Poland’ with a new line-up, live dates, and festival appearances over the next few months to promote their new single ‘In Loneliness Lives Love’.

Swords to play Citóg

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DUBLIN ELECTRO-pop trio Swords, whose music The Irish Times described as “neatly clipped electro-pop tunes and smart elegant hooks”, are coming to Galway.

The boys are back with ‘The Power of Love’

The Aftermath return with some festive cheer this year with their version of the Frankie Goes to Hollywood Christmas classic ‘The Power of Love’.

The Aftermath return to Danny’s

Mullingar based outfit, The Aftermath, will be returning to Danny Byrnes, Mullingar on Sunday October 24.

Proust Questionnaire

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What is your idea of perfect happiness?

Seán Kangataran releases debut album

GALWAY BASED indie-acoustic singer-songwriter Seán Kangataran has just released his self-titled debut album.

The Aftermath set to release new single next month

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The first single from The Aftermath’s sophomore album Lost Possession will be released on September 2 in Daly’s Bar, Mullingar.

The Aftermath are back on the road

The Aftermath take a break from recording their sophomore album with a couple of shows across Ireland in June and July. The band have been holed up in their own Transmission Rooms studio for a month with producers Ger McDonnell and Karl Odlum working on the follow up to debut Friendlier Up Here. The first single from these sessions, ‘Lost Possession’, will be released in early August.

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