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IT IS fast becoming a Galway institution - Galway Street Club's annual shows for the St Patrick's Day period - with the multi-national band playing the Róisín Dubh on Monday March 16 at 9pm and Tuesday 17 at 6pm.
‘BLACK WIDOW of Iron Mountain’, the first single from Galway Street Club's forthcoming second album, will be released on Tuesday October 1, followed by a gig in the Róisín Dubh on Saturday 5 at 8pm.
TWO VERY different albums - one a debut, the other something of a ‘comeback’ - are about to be released on the independent Galway record label Rusted Rail, and both will be launched at a forthcoming Citóg gig.
IT HAS been seven years since David Kitt last released a solo album, with 2009’s The Nightsaver, but the time since then has not been seven years in the wilderness, rather it has been a time of intense productivity for the Dubliner, heralding a creative rebirth - on many fronts.
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.
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.