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'We are ambitious. We're looking to go as far as we can'

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SOMETIMES THE hype is justified. When The Last Mixed Tape call The Clockworks “a band definitely on the verge of breaking through”, Outcast magazine declared them ”Ireland's next big thing”; and U&I described them as the kind of group “the Irish music scene has been overdue for some time”, it was not talk. It is fact.

Otherkin - garage punk and 'blazing energy'

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OTHERKIN CLOSE an impressive 2017 - a year which saw them release their debut album, reap critical acclaim, play major festivals, and tour Europe - with an Irish tour taking in Galway.

'The Cure is my family, it's never not going to be'

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WHEN DID The Cure begin? Was it December 1976 when the band played their first gig? Was it 1972 when the original line-up, in their early teens, held a jam session? Or was it 1964, when seven-year-olds Robert Smith and Lol Tolhurst sat beside each other on the bus to school?

The Clockworks - live in the city

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THE CLOCKWORKS, one of the most impressive young Galway bands on the scene today, who have released a number of promising singles, play The Cellar this weekend.

Buzzcocks - punk legends to play Galway in November

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THE SEX Pistols and The Clash may get all the glory, The Damned will always have released the first British punk album, but Manchester's Buzzcocks might just have cast a larger, and more longer lasting influence on music.

The Woodburning Savages - ‘bloodlust rock’n’roll’

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"THE WOODBURNING Savages mix snarling, bloodlust rock'n'roll, archetypes with gloriously incongruous and wildly inventive melodic ideas." So said BBC Radio Ulster's Stephen McCauley about the band that's coming to Galway.

 

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