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While at the Oxegen music festival in 2007, friends Shane, Joe, and Callum decided they wanted to be on stage, not in front of it, and thus Bipolar Empire was born! They approached Mark Maguire, a talented guitarist, songwriter, and longtime friend - and Bipolar Empire became a quartet.
The wild, weird, mind altering Irish trad and world music band Kíla have announced that they will play The Black Box on Thursday October 30 at 8.30pm.
Túcan, instrumental acoustic guitar duo Donal Gunne and Pearse Feeney, are proud to announce the release of their debut album Aliquot Strings. Hailing from Sligo, Donal and Pearse have mined the riches of their talent to deliver a collection of nine tracks which cement their emerging reputation as one of the most exciting new Irish acts.
BONO GETS a lot of slagging about a lot of things, but sometimes he is right, like when he described Kíla as creating music that comes from “a timeless place”.
Kilkenny singer songwriter and avid skateboarder, Majella Murphy is through to the second round of The Raw Sessions with Sony Ericsson and will be heading off to Grouse Lodge to record a new song with producer Lance Hogan by her side.
THE ENERGETIC sound of Túcan could easily be confused with that of a modern Spanish flameco group. With wild contemporary Spanish guitar playing mxed with an obvious passion for heavy metal, this Sligo band have found their niche, and are expanding and tweaking it at a rapid rate. Formed by Donal Gunne and Pearse Feeney from Sligo, the duo have been playing up and down the country for the last couple of years. As a duo playing Spanish guitar it is easy to compare them to the country’s most loved Spanish guitar duo, Rodrigo y Gabrielle, and this only compliments their level of ability. With similar style influences from classic and progressive rock to trad, and the somewhat bizarre mixture of gypsy guitar legends like Django Reinhardt, with progressive rock band Tool, the group have compiled a heavy thumping rock and roll, trad, and folk stomping sound. Energetic, euphoric, and loaded with passion.
THE WILD, weird, mind altering Irish trad and world music band Kíla make a welcome return to Galway to play Kelly’s, Bridge Street, on Friday November 13.
Kilkenny is set to be one of the highlights of the Túcan December Submerged Tour. The band are bringing their amazing live show back to Kytelers Inn for a special Christmas show this Friday (tonight), December 18.