Dead Horse Jive backstage interview at Electric Picnic 2018

Jan. 29, 2019 by

Electric Picnic 2018 was jam packed with music and comedy and every kind of weird that you can think of. We had a great weekend, which was made even better when I got to sit down with one of the

PUZZLEvents returns to the Boat Club in October with fully loaded line-up

Aug. 11, 2018 by

Following a brief hiatus after a Balter farewell party, the heavy bass loving crew PUZZLEvents are returning this coming October. To mark the occasion they’ve put together a chunky line-up with a special UK headliner. It’s a jam packed affair

Foxy Jangle Galway record launch to host cutting edge UK jungle producer in August

Jul. 31, 2018 by

Since Foxy Jangle smoothly arose from the underbelly of the jungle scene earlier this year, the jungle-focused and unofficially more eccentric sister label to Rua Sound has supported and released music from two critical music producers – Sully, Kid Lib

Last of the summer sweat: Gash Collective are throwing a bank holiday garage/house party

Jul. 31, 2018 by

On Saturday, August 4, the Galway based music agents Gash Collective are hosting a specially curated garage and house party down at the much loved session bar Bierhaus. Headlining the night is Staxx Lyrical, DJ and radio host on Dublin

Fierce passion: Le Galaxie could easily headline the Big Top

Jul. 31, 2018 by

It was the last weekend of the Galway International Arts Festival, 2018. Taking a cue from years gone by the Big Top this year hosted a series of stand out international and national artists. Opening the finale weekend was The

Fuck Yeah Galway: The Flaming Lips blow up the city

Jul. 28, 2018 by

Strange lights at the Galway International Arts Festival – The Flaming Lips suspects in supernova incident (unreal musical performance confirmed) “They came to Fisheries with a giant blue marquee and said there was going to be music and art. Their

The Curly Organ to conclude series of participatory performances at Salthill Bandstand

Jul. 24, 2018 by

In a series of unique participatory performances at the Salthill Bandstand, running from June 11 to August 1, The Curly Organ will give his final show next Wednesday. The Curly Organ began this exploration of semi-improvised musical numbers, using his

New Made in Galway playlist celebrates local talent

Jul. 24, 2018 by

If you’ve ever wished to have a dedicated space for Galway music just a few finger taps away (why wouldn’t you?), then you’re going to like this. Playlist for artist visibility and voice Made in Galway came onto the scene

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