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THE YEAR normally does not go by without the Galway Arts Centre hosting a number of music gigs, either in its HQ in Dominick Street or at the Nuns Island Theatre, but a three day music festival, focussing on indie, folk rock, and electronica, is a new departure.
‘A CHANGE is as good as a rest’ and ‘travel broadens the mind’ are two of the oldest chestnuts out there, but these sayings have stuck around because they have more than a grain of wisdom in them.
WHEN IT came to delivering classic albums, 1992 was not a bad year. Those 12 months saw the release of REM’s Automatic For The People; Dr Dre’s The Chronic, Morrissey’s Your Arsenal, and debuts from Pavement (Slanted and Enchanted) and PJ Harvey (Dry).
2011 HAS given us the opportunity to look back on some of the albums released in 1991 and to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the best of that year.
“I DON’T think it’s possible for me to write in a major key. I don’t know why. It doesn’t seem to factor in my brain.” So says Katie Stelmanis, lead singer and songwriter of Toronto’s Austra.
JIMMY MONAGHAN has impressed many Galway audiences these last couple of years with his sparse and lyrical songs which straddle both folk and alternative rock.