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ACOUSTIC GUITARS dominated Thurston Moore’s last two solo albums, but the recent collaboration with Chelsea Light Moving and that magnificent January 2013 show in the Róisín Dubh announced his electric six-string was plugged back in.
A JAZZ trio, but not as we know it, one which takes in =hip-hop and reimagines both that and jazz into new sounding forms - this is BadBadNotGood.
LEADING GALWAY indie band Dott will headline a gig at the Galway Arts Centre, Dominick Street, this Saturday.
“MOGWAI STILL sound like the future, their five-strong core membership still the coolest gang in town.” So wrote Scottish crime fiction author Ian Rankin of the band that make their Galway debut on St Valentine’s Day.
THE FUNERAL Suits, currently riding high on Steve Lamacq’s Top 60 records of the moment on BBC Radio 1, play Substance in Cuba* on Sunday.
SHE WAS the gentle but sensuous and hypnotic voice of Mazzy Star. Today she takes that voice into quieter, more sparse, musical realms backed by My Bloody Valentine drummer Colm Ó Cíosóig. She is Hope Sandoval.
The daring, improvisational, guitar sounds of Galway’s The Brno Chairs - led by songwriter and guitarist Bushy (aka Kenneth Coyne) - are at De Burgo’s on Monday December 22 at 9pm.
All hail summer as the first live show of the Finbar Hoban Presents… series kicks off the first day of May next Friday night when Waterford group Percolator with support from Black Robots come to Bar Ritz (Mulroys Bar) Castlebar.
Waterford group Percolator came to Bar Ritz last Friday night as part of the ever-growing Finbar Hoban Presents… series with support from Black Robots. Since the show started nearly a year ago the series has seen each night represent a different theme in music, last Friday night saw a almost shoe gazing indie late eighties disco and early nineties grunge theme.