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ALTHOUGH IT may not get the same attention as London, Manchester, Birmingham, or Glasgow, Sheffield has proven to be a productive and intriguing city for British rock.
SKY’S EDGE is a hill overlooking the centre of Sheffield, the ‘Steel City’ in South Yorkshire that has long been the muse and inspiration for the sumptuous songs of its native son Richard Hawley.
FOLK, INDIE, pop-punk, prog-rock, singer-songwriter, and electro acts ranging from The Cast Of Cheers to Pierre Bensusan, will take to the stage of the Róisín Dubh over the coming months.
THE GALWAY Film Fleadh has always supported Irish film, but this year’s festival, which runs from July 10 to 15, features an abundance of new Irish movies, including 13 world premieres, seven European premieres, and seven Irish premieres.
IN 2000 a Dublin singer-songwriter called David Kitt released his debut album Small Moments which won praise in Ireland and Britain for its mixture of gentle folk-pop and indie/electro.
CÚIRT IS a festival which celebrates prose, poetry, writers, and publications, but writing is not confined solely to novelists and poets, it can also include lyricists, wordsmiths, and songwriters.
Portlaoise band Perfect Skins arrive in the Marble City this weekend to perform their first live gig in almost two years as they prepare for the release of their new album, due out in January 2009.
The Aftermath return to Ireland after a successful UK tour which saw then feature on BBC’s Tom Robinson and Radcliff and Maconie shows for the final release of debut album Friendlier Up Here.
Portlaoise indie band The Perfect Skins are currently touring their new album A Reconstructed View and will play The Stables, Mullingar on Saturday April 18. Earlier in the day (between 5pm and 6pm) the band will be playing a short acoustic set in E2 Music store, Mullingar as part of the Record Store Day celebrations.