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GALWAY INDIE, funk, and blues band The Sandy Rats will launch their eponymous debut EP with a gig in The Cellar Bar tomorrow at 9pm.
BOYFIGHTS, THE exciting indie-rock quartet play the new series of Citóg nights for 2015 when they take to the stage of the Róisín Dubh tomorrow at 9pm.
THE MINUTES have been hailed as “the greatest rock’n’roll band in Dublin” by influential UK magazine Artrocker.
Fresh from winning their 19th championship, Manchester United now take on Barcelona this Saturday in the UEFA Champions League final, and Kelly’s Bar is throwing a big party for all Man Utd fans. Leading the chants will be Hector Ó hEochagáin, who will also have a pre-match DJ set, so expect the Stone Roses, Happy Mondays, et al from the glory days of the ‘Madchester’ era.
ENGLISH FOOTBALL’S hubris and jingoism were exposed as mad delusions by a talented and superior German team last Sunday, sending the mis-titled ‘golden generation’ out of South Africa 2010.
THE STONE Roses, Joy Division/New Order, and Happy Mondays all hailed from Manchester and many of those bands combined electronica or house music with rock.
Indie Burgos is back in Club De Burgos, Augustine Street, today (Tuesday) for a special Christmas fundraiser in aid of Galway based charity Sunflower Chernobyl Appeal.
WHEN HE was 10, pianist Neil Cowley performed a Shostakovich concerto to a packed auditorium at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London. A few years later he turned his back on a place at the Royal Academy of Music to tour the world with The Brand New Heavies and Gabrielle.
Billed as one of the music highlights this year, Galway Arts Festival gets set to host the legendary Primal Scream Live at the Festival Big Top on Friday July 24 at 8pm. The band will co-headline with the superb Spiritualized. Bobby Gillespie formed the band in the mid-80s while drumming for goth-tinged noise rockers the Jesus and Mary Chain. After a brief detour to punk hard rock, the group reinvented itself as a dance band in the early 90s, following through on the pop and acid house fusions of the Stone Roses and Happy Mondays. They created the ultimate indie pop and dance fusion album, Screamadelica, in 1991. The album broke down boundaries and changed the face of British pop music in the 90s, helping to make dance and techno acceptable to the rock mainstream.
Ian Brown, former lead singer with The Stone Roses, comes to Castlebar this November for a special one night only concert. The man who has provided influence for many hugely popular bands takes to the Royal Theatre Stage in what promises to be an exceptional show. The former lead singer with the seminal late 80s and early 90s group The Stone Roses promises to put on a show not to be forgotten.