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IT IS always one of the main indie nights of the year, a chance to see and hear some of the best rising and emerging Galway and Irish bands around. It is the Strange Brew Summer Shindig in the Róisín Dubh.
NO MONSTER Club, the cartoonish art-pop brainchild of Dublin songwriter and vocalist Bobby Aherne, have songs which NYLON described as "a stripped-down, sugar high Pet Sounds", and which The Irish Times said have "the kind of tunefulness that makes a joke of so much contemporary pop music".
DOTT, THE brilliant Irish indie-pop/garage rock band, mark two milestones at their gig in the Galway Arts Centre this weekend - the fifth anniversary of their first show and their first Galway show since returning from a year living in Toronto.
GALWAY'S CITÓG Records, and Dublin's Popical Island, two of Ireland's most exciting, diverse, and creative independent record labels, will go head to head in musical battle, at the Galway International Arts Festival.
GALWAY SINGER-SONGWRITER Julie Hough, leader of the London band HAWK, and Captain A's last gig for the foreseeable future, are just two of the highlights from next month's series of Citóg gigs at the Róisín Dubh.