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JULIAN GOUGH, the award winning novelist and former lead singer of the great Irish indie band Toasted Heretic, reads at this month’s Over The Edge.
IN THE very early 1990s, Ireland enjoyed a creative explosion in indie rock, producing bands like Toasted Heretic, Engine Alley, and The Would Be’s.
As the revelations from the Anglo tapes cause public revulsion at the financial culture of greed, megalomania, and callous disregard for the welfare of the State and its citizens, a new novella, which satirises such behaviour, is about to be published.
IN BALLINASLOE train station two men sit and wait. One is Jude, a London-Irishman who has been involved in wild adventures and outrageous scrapes. Beside him sits a man who may well be his match.
The Galway Arts Festival returns from Monday July 16 to Sunday 29 and will be officially launched in Dublin this evening and in Galway tomorrow. Below is all that is on during the two weeks and there is plenty to look forward to.
Established and emerging Galway talents from the fields of pop, folk, and indie-rock have donated songs to a new album to raise funds for the Galway United Supporters Trust.
It has been a long time since a Galway band has made a major impression outside of its hometown - close to 20 years in fact, back in the heady days of the early 1990s.
IT HAS been a long time since a Galway band has made a major impression outside of its hometown - close to 20 years in fact, back in the heady days of the early 1990s.
Julian Gough, the author, poet, and former singer with Toasted Heretic, will launch the latest edition of ROPES on Thursday April 22 in the Skeff Bar at 7pm.
NOVELIST, LYRICIST, singer, poet, raconteur, entertainer, and genuine colourful character, Julian Gough deserves the title Galway indie Renaissance man.