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INSPIRED BY 1980s indie-pop, and creating "streamlined, chorus-drenched jangle-pop” with "earworming charm", according to The Thin Air, Montauk Hotel are fast becoming a rising force in Irish music.
THEIR MUSIC has been described as having "irresistible, revolutionary energy" by The Irish Times, while the Irish Examiner called their songs "streetwise, fast moving, clever…full of superb moments".
IF YOU were an Irish indie-rock fan back in the 1990s, you will remember The Hitchers. Thanks to BBC Radio DJ Steve Lamac, they are undergoing something of a revival, which has prompted a new Irish tour.
THE BEST indie bands - be they indie rock, indie pop, indie-electro, or indie-folk - in Ireland right now, and the best indie bands you have not yet heard of, will be on the stage in the Róisín Dubh for the Strange Brew Summer Shindig #14.
TAYNE, THE London based experimental, pop, noise, outfit created by former Galway resident Matthew Sutton, plays Strange Brew at the Róisín Dubh this evening at 8pm.
"WRITER'S BLOCK and common cold, the pointless fear of growing old...wearing cheap synthetic fibres with unspoken Western guilt". Add to that a crap cup of coffee "with your name spelt wrong" and you have...'First World Problems'.
CONTROVERSIAL MANCHESTER punk band Cabbage are "hell-bent on filling the current vacancy for rock’n’roll commentator on Brexit Britain" according to The Guardian, and they have Galway in their sights.
THERE ARE two kinds of Galwegians - one lives for the Races, the other cannot be far enough away from the Races. If you are of the latter persuasion, there is only one place to be on Ladies' Day - The Strange Brew Summer Shindig.
INDIE-ELECTRO trio Grounds For Invasion return to Strange Brew at the Róisín Dubh on Thursday June 9 at 8pm, with support from Pourtraits, one of Ireland's most exciting up-and-coming hip-hop MCs.
THE SHAKER Hymn play the "kind of proud, unashamedly guitar-driven record debut that would once have been pounced on by an enlightened imprint such as Creation or Go! Discs”.