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“ONCE IN a while you hear voices that stop you in your tracks. The Lost Brothers are the real deal. They have the most beautiful harmonies around and...they have the songs to back it up.”
FURIOUS SYNTHS, manic performances, inspired pop hooks, and outrageous songtitles will be the order of the day when Fight Like Apes return to Galway next month.
IN THE very early 1990s, Ireland enjoyed a creative explosion in indie rock, producing bands like Toasted Heretic, Engine Alley, and The Would Be’s.
SONIC YOUTH and Nirvana hailed them as one of their favourite bands. They have been a going concern for more than 30 years, and this year they released one of their best albums.
DUBLIN INDIE-POP/electronic band Funeral Suits play the Róisín Dubh tomorrow at 10pm to promote their debut album Lily Of The Valley.
A DIVERSE array of Irish musical talent will take to the stage of the Róisín Dubh next Monday from 8pm for the launch of the new Communion night.
THREE INDIETRONIC bands - Milan Jay, Toy Soldier, and The Great Balloon Race - play Citóg at The Cellar on Eglinton Street tomorrow at 10pm.
ENGLISH PUNK/hip hop trio Milk Kan have been described by BBC Radio 1’s Steve Lamacq as being “somewhere between Bob Dylan and Mike Skinner”.
“By far the hottest thing to leave Irish shores in modern times!!” so said Our House magazine of the Japanese Popstars, who play Cuba*, Eyre Square, on Sunday August 3 at 11pm.