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WHITE LIES will take to the stage of the Róísín Dubh in the final 24 hours of Britain’s membership of the European Union. Even if Westminster seeks an extension, the band knows it will be little other than postponing what is a threat to the livelihoods of all touring musicians.
“WHEN I was a kid, I got a white Fender jazz bass and I freaked out. I had the most intense goose bumps. It felt liked I’d been given my sword and my journey could finally begin.”
IRISH JAZZ musicians, channelling the sounds of Cuba and American hip hop, the ideas of Albert Camus, and others possessing voices that can croon with the best, are all coming to the 2018 Galway Jazz Festival.
STEVEN SHARPE writes about gay male sex with the kind of ribaldry and attention to salacious detail Prince and Snoop Dogg brought to their songs about straight male sexual adventures.
NEVER MIND your Easter Eggs on Sunday morning; the real treat this weekend is the launch party for My Fellow Sponges’ eponymous new album at the Róisín Dubh.
FOUR YEARS ago, And So I Watch You From Afar reinvented math-rock with All Hail Bright Futures. This year, they did it again with their fifth album, The Endless Shimmering - they remain the most exciting band in Ireland.
ON FRIDAY November 24, Bitch Falcon release their new single 'Of Heart'. The day before, they play a FEAST night at Strange Brew in the Róisín Dubh as part of their current Irish tour.
the most acclaimed and successful contemporary Irish film directors, has been appointed an Adjunct Professor with the Huston School of Film and Digital Media at NUI Galway. Mr Carney will give talks and workshops in the Huston School over the next three-years, including the forthcoming BA in Film and Digital Media, and will also contribute to the increasing integration of the school’s programmes with the film and audio-visual industry in Ireland and internationally.
"LET'S DANCE! Put on your red shoes and dance the blues," exhorted David Bowie on his classic 1983 hit single ''Let's Dance'. The title has been borrowed by Music For Galway for its new season and that opening line for its next event.
SHE WILL play University Hospital Galway and a lunchtime show at Electric. She is vocalist Karen Egan, and both upcoming shows are part of the Galway Jazz Festival which runs from October 5 to 8.