Search Results for 'Stiff Little Fingers'

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Rural Savage @ Strange Brew

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RURAL SAVAGE are different. Unlike most punk bands, their dark humour, cynicism, and world view owe nothing to American hardcore and British Oi, but comes instead from the peculiarly strain of the music that is Ulster punk, pioneered by Stiff Little Fingers, The Undertones, Rudi, and The Outcasts.

Album review: Rural Savage

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WITH AN album cover and title that references the Sex Pistols’ Never Mind The Bollocks and all manner of Jamie Reid inspired multiple typeface, Rural Savage leave entrants to their second album in no doubt that their feet are firmly placed within the punk camp.

Good Vibrations - when Belfast was the heart of punk

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IF IT was not for Terri Hooley there might never have been a punk scene in Ireland. Dublin was never convincing, Cork was virtually silent, and Tuam’s Blaze X ploughed a lone furrow west of the Shannon.

Irish films at the fleadh

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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.

Savages, trumpets, and unisex bands

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THE BLISTERING Ulster punk of Rural Savage, the post-punk energy of Trumpets Of Jericho, and the alternative rock of Fred and Bob are coming to Citóg.

Rural Savage @ Citóg

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THE BRILLIANT Rural Savage, the Galway based Donegal punk trio will headline the next Citóg gig at The Cellar Bar tomorrow night.

Planet of sound

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Rural Savage - I Fell In A Bog And Saw God (independent)

The Ralphs launch debut EP tonight

IS TUAM the west of Ireland’s most consistently creative town musically? It’s hard to argue otherwise and the latest talent to emerge from there, The Ralphs, launch their debut EP 21st Century Window, tonight.

Flirt FM to tell the story of Belfast punk

NORTHERN IRELAND endured its worst period of violence in the 1970s but the arrival of punk music gave young Catholics and Protestants a reason to defy the sectarian divide.

 

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