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Music runs in the blood of siblings Kitty, Daisy, and Lewis Durham. It was inescapable, permeating all areas of home and family life. Even on their local streets of Kentish Town in Camden, where they grew up and still live, it was the air they breathed and the sound they heard from every corner.
KITTY, DAISY, & Lewis have always done things their own way. Long before the rock'n'roll/rockabilly revival became hip, the then teenagers were recording on old analogue equipment to give their rock and blues an authentic 1950s vibe.
BEFORE THE Strypes, even before Imelda May became a star in Ireland and Britain, three London based teenagers were paving the way for a serious rock’n’roll and blues revival. Their names? Kitty, Daisy & Lewis.
ELECTRO-DUB pioneers Dreadzone play the Róisín Dubh on Friday September 26 at 9pm, performing material from across their 21 year career.
SNOW PATROL guitarist Nathan Connolly is bringing his new band Little Matador to the Róisín Dubh this Tuesday at 8pm.
THE IMPORTANCE of Irish traditional music to the Irish Diaspora cannot be over stressed. Great musicians such as Tommy McCarthy, Mick Conneely, John Gannon, and Peter Carberry played key roles in fostering a sense of Irishness for their communities in London, Manchester, and Boston.
BIG SEPTEMBER, who have enjoyed a Top 40 hit with ‘The Preacher’, will play Monroe’s Live tomorrow night.
110THE STREET DJs Cyril Briscoe and Cian Ó Cíobháin will host their Hive clubnight tomorrow in the Róisín Dubh from 11.15pm.
IT BEGAN life in a rented farmhouse; the first to hear its songs were people going to concerts in Salthill in the late eighties and early nineties; and almost quarter of a century later it remained one of the best loved Irish albums.
IN FRENCH, ‘nouvelle vague’ refers to daring, iconoclastic, films made in the 1950s and 1960s by Jean-Luc Godard and François Truffaut. In English, ‘new wave’ was music by bands like Blondie and Joy Division.