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BEAUTIFULLY CHAOTIC, the debut poetry collection from Galway writer Danielle Holian, which explores sexuality, the trauma of sexual assault, heartbreak, feminism, and learning how to survive, has just been published.
CLAUDE DEBUSSY is the starting point of modern music. As music critic Roger Nichols wrote: "If one omits Schoenberg...a list of 20th-century composers influenced by Debussy is practically a list of 20th-century composers tout court."
WHETHER MICAH P Hinson was "raised by snake-handlers or worked at the local food court", his music "would still bleed authenticity". So wrote music critic Brian Howe about the Texan born indie Americana singer-songwriter.
"...Burn the Boats in 2011 and Swift Arrows in 2013—were vehicles for Earl’s voice, a rich and expressive instrument capable of substantial power. The Man Who Made Himself a Name is less a vehicle than a co-conspirator riding shotgun and reaching over to stomp on the accelerator." - Paste Magazine.
LIZ AND Yvonne Kane, two of the most vibrant forces in Irish trad, play the next Galway Youth Arts Alliance Show Up and Show Off gig at the Fóroige Youth Cafe, Fairgreen, this Saturday at 7pm.
STRING QUARTETS by Beethoven will be performed by the ConTempo Quartet in St Nicholas’ Collegiate Church this Saturday at 7.30pm, as part of ConTempo's ‘Experience Beethoven’ concert series.
HOW TELEVISION ever were considered punk is bewildering, given they loved unleashing epic guitar solos, prided themselves on their technical prowess on the instrument, and thought nothing of stretching songs into 10 and 14 minute territory.