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THE INTERPRETATION of music, and how it impacts on people is highly subjective. Belfast's Sea Pinks are a case in point. Clashmusic.com calls them "akin to The Go-Betweens if they were born in a slightly colder climate".
RISING IRISH band Orchid Collective will kick off the Citóg gigs for March at the Róisín Dubh, which will also see performances from such exciting new Galway band Field Trip, whose new single has just been released.
THE RADIX, an energetic reggae-rock trio fronted by dreadlocked guitar virtuoso Rion Zion, take to the stage of Monroe's Backstage Bar on Thursday February 18 at 10pm.
Songs for The Deaf are one of Ireland’s best tribute bands, and Ireland's only group paying tribute to one of America’s best rock bands Queens of the Stone Age, and they are coming to play the Garbo’s venue this Saturday night December 19 just in time for Christmas.
George Nicholls was a young solicitor who worked in G.C. Conroy’s office in Francis Street. In 1912, he set up a pipe band known as “Cumann Píobairí naGaillimhe”, the only band with an Irish language name to play at O’Donovan Rossa’s funeral to which they travelled in the company of Padraic Pearse.
THE RIPTIDE Movement, possibly the hardest working band in Ireland, known for their energetic, exciting, live shows, and down to earth, no nonsense, uplifting, anthemic rock, return to Galway.
TOMMY KD, the Love/Hate actor and rapper, fresh from his shows supporting Maverick Saber, will perform songs from his forthcoming Karma Is A Bitch album, at Spirit Of Voice 2015.
EOIN DOLAN, the Galway singer-songwriter whose music fuses folk, surf-rock, and melodic pop, launches his new single, 'Something Good', with a show in Bell, Book and Candle, The Small Crane, this Saturday at 2pm.
CRANKY FACE, the Galway group featuring guitarist Fuz Reilly (Boyfights), vocalist/guitarist Simon Noble (Spats Colombo, Mugger Dave), drummer Mosey Byrne (Rural Savage), and bassist/Citóg co-organiser Hob Junker, have released their debut EP, We Should Hate.
IF THERE is such a thing as a Galway 'Supergroup', Cranky Face just might be it, being made up of guitarist Fuz Reilly (Boyfights), vocalist/guitarist Simon Noble (Spats Colombo, Mugger Dave), drummer Mosey Byrne (Rural Savage), and bassist/Citóg co-organiser Hob Junker.