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PETE HIGGINS, the Galway singer-songwriter, has just released his new single, 'The Great Divide’, and his second full-length album Adrift In A Sea Of Apathy, with both available now on all major streaming services.
SHUFFLE! IS back once again for this months instalment of foot stomping floor fillers with DJ Dave Barry. Shuffle! is Galways only place to hear this original dance music in Galway. With two big guests to be anounced for the summer (one for Shuffle!’s second birthday) the next few month promise to be interesting indeed. Expect to hear jump blues, funk, northern soul, latin boogaloo, old school hip-hop, reggae, Jamaican ska, swing, soulful disco and what ever else ends up in the packed boxes of vinyl.
GET BOOGIE! is back tomorrow night in Factory, Abbeygate Street, for a collaborative gig weekend with east coast crew Drank.
SHUFFLE! RETURNS to the Róisín Dubh for another instalment of foot stomping floor fillers with DJ Dave Barry tomorrow at 11pm.
SHUFFLE! IS back once again for this months instalment of foot stomping floor filler. Expect to hear jump blues, funk, northern soul, rockabilly, latin boogaloo, reggae, Jamaican ska, disco and what ever else ends up in the packed boxes of vinyl.
Roscommon Arts Centre is delighted to welcome back Fishamble: The New Play Company with their production of Swing, a new show about dancing, music, and love - and not settling, and being brave, and having doubts, and giving it a lash, and trying your best! With rock and roll music, it’ll make you want to dance! Winner of the Bewley’s Little Gem Award at Dublin Fringe Festival 2013, Swing comes to Roscommon on Thursday July 17 at 8pm.
GET BOOGIE! is the name of a new clubnight for Galway, and it kicks off tomorrow from 11pm in The Factory on Abbeygate Street.
THE DISCONAUTS, the Galway/London house music collective, play their first full live show with all six members onstage, in more than four years, in the Róisín Dubh tomorrow night.
THE ENTRANCING sound of the Javanese gamelan will fill St Patrick’s Brass Band Hall this Sunday at the next Adventures In Music family concert.
FANS OF AMERICANA are in for a treat at the Roisin Dubh with Rhode Island band The Low Athem playing at the intimate venue on Saturday week, June 16. Formed in 1006 by Brown University students and part-time DJs Ben Knox Miller and Jeff Prystowsky, the band made their mark with their 2007 debut album What the Crow Brings. Drawing on their background in classical music, they widened their instruments and sound to include everything from WWI- era pump organs to crotales (a form of antique cymbal). With the addition of new member Jocie Adamas in 2007, the band began 2008 in remote Block Island off the coast of New England.