Search Results for 'Soundcloud'
12 results found.
Fresh from his contribution to the 'United As One' music project, Athlone Community College student, Jack Tiernan releases his inaugural single, 'It's OK' on Sunday, May 10.
Karma will host Australian duo Teddy Cream this Sunday night. Comprising Vincent Calderone and Brandon Mansion, the touring pair describe their music as 'hard hitting, energetic and uplifting'.
Javi Frias is one of the most respected DJ and producer in the underground disco scene. He began to buy and play records at the end of the nineties in Madrid, his hometown, and since then he has not stopped traveling with his bag through many venues all around his country and Europe, being part festivals like Baltic Soul Weekender in Germany, Contre-Temps in France, Electrosplash, Heineken Jazzaldia, Imagina Funk or Veranos de la Villa in Spain, and usually performing in clubs and events in cities like Barcelona, Paris, Hamburg, Bilbao, Antwerp, Palma de Mallorca, Milan, Granada or Basel.
SKA, RETRO-rock, songs in Irish and English, all recorded in a former pub by a group whose members hail from several Irish counties and one of the English home counties, who take their name from the gangster played by George Raft in Some Like It Hot - it can only be Spats Colombo.
This autumn Andrew Maxwell is back in Ireland with a new show and Irish Tour “Yo Contraire”, having performed it to sell out crowds at festivals in Edinburgh and Australia.
Galway kept up their great start to the season on the football field by following up their FBD League success with a win over Laois on the road last Sunday. In this weeks www.advertiser.ie Galway GAA podcast, Alan Flynn and Colm Gannon look back over that win and preview Galway’s biggest test to date this year when Tyrone come to Salthill this Sunday in round two.
ROAD WIVES, the new electro-pop project from Jack Quinn, and Dublin pop/alternative band The Optimists, play The Loft at Seven, for separate shows over the coming days.
With the greatest respect to the pre-season provincial leagues, they are really what they are, challenge matches with large attendances. They are a means to an end, to prepare you for the competitions that matter, the National league and the championship. They are to build up fitness, improve your football skills, and try to unearth a player or two that might make a difference in bigger more important games. Unlike some folk out there, Mayo’s defeat by Roscommon in the final group game in the FBD league does not bother me in the slightest. After all Mayo, like most, were experimenting and playing with a very under strength team. There are two matters that do concern me however; firstly the delay in appointing Stephen Rochford means Mayo are a full month behind the other counties in terms of work done, and secondly the number of players Mayo have out injured for the start of the league.
The Advertiser.ie GAA podcasts are out now. Advertiser.ie has a new Galway football podcast available for you to listen to right now.
AND SO I Watch You From Afar have, through the albums All Hail Bright Futures and Heirs, rewritten the rule book on post-rock, kicking the genre out of the clichéd straight-jacket it had fallen into, and thrusting it towards new possibilities.