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IT WAS the lable which released the first punk single. It released the debut album by Elvis Costello, and Madness, Graham Parker, and Ian Dury & The Blockheads were all signed to it.
THIS YEAR has seen the emergence of an array of very exciting new indie-rock artists, with female performers - as has been a very noticeable trend in recent years - arguably producing the best music of the last 12 months.
DIY DUB-punk and ska from the north of England, and a one man acoustic comedic whirlwind, will be in the upstairs bar of the Róisín Dubh, next week.
GOGOL BORDELLO, who have "defied the boundaries of continents and genres in their quest for spiritual illumination through Gypsy punk," according to Consequence of Sound, play Galway this month.
A BAND that knows no boundaries between audience and stage, another that just loves guitar riffs, and a third who call themselves "miserable post-hardcore" - play the next FEAST gig.
POST-PUNK, "space neo-prog", and Galway punk/hardcore with a sense of divilment, are all on the cards when the next FEAST gig takes place at the Róisín Dubh this weekend.
"IRISH-LANGUAGE psych-rock noise from outer space" is how Donegal band Tuath describe themselves, and Galway will see and hear why when they play the next FEAST gig at the Róisín Dubh.
"WE WANT our records to be punchy, lean, and blazing. Straight in, no kissing." So declare Dublin grunge-pop/garage rock band Otherkin who The Independent call "a big mass of energy...who write hugely infectious tracks".
With the release of ‘Call This # Now!’ Californian garage punk twins The Garden have announced a 10-date UK and Ireland tour for August and September 2016, and will be playing at the Róisín Dubh on Thursday August 25.
HOW TELEVISION ever were considered punk is bewildering, given they loved unleashing epic guitar solos, prided themselves on their technical prowess on the instrument, and thought nothing of stretching songs into 10 and 14 minute territory.