Banco De Gaia has been performing and releasing now for 30 years, making him one of the world’s most respected digital audio artists. His legacy is as glittering as it is diverse, ranging from Hollywood film sound credits to the critically acclaimed Last Train to Lhasa, first released in 1995 to a rapturous reception. All these years on, still one of the music industry’s most maverick innovators, his ‘timeless’ sound continues to deliver. His live act persists in packing out…Find out more »
Raised in rural Arkansas, Tav Falco embarked on his long and distinguished musical career upon arriving in Memphis in the mid-1970s. Teaming up with local music legend Alex Chilton (The Box Tops/Big Star) in 1978, the duo formed the long-running and still active band Tav Falco’s Panther Burns. Panther Burns thrived on the early 1980s music circuit and were a popular draw at such storied NYC clubs as The Peppermint Lounge and Danceteria. Despite Chilton’s exit from the live lineup…Find out more »
AGMP presents LONDON CALLING play THE CLASH “London Calling” 40th anniversary concert + support The UK’s Premier Tribute to THE CLASH play their 1979 album in full + more. “Among the very best albums ever recorded” – Q Magazine The Clash released their acclaimed third album “London Calling” in 1979. The first Punk double album, it reached the Top 10 in the UK Charts and sold over 5 Million copies worldwide. The title song also reached the UK Top 20…Find out more »
Flux Intermedia is a new concept in the creation of holistic, intermedia performance that draws influence from the Fluxus art movement of the 1960s and 1970s as exemplified by the likes of Stockhausen, Nam June Paik, Yoko Ono et al. This first stage brings together practitioners in experimental and contemporary music (Bill Vine, Adrian Lever), contemporary dance (Punchdrunk Theatre’s Vinicius Salles + Jorja Follina and James Olivo), live visual art performance (Liam Roberts), creative lighting design (Ed Saunders) and the…Find out more »
The Abyssinians are a Jamaican roots reggae group, famous for their close harmonies and promotion of the Rastafari movement in their lyrics. The vocal trio was originally formed in 1968 by Bernard Collins and Donald Manning. Their first song was “Satta Massagana”, which was strongly influenced by Carlton Manning’s “Happy Land”. “Satta Massagana” is a Rastafarian hymn sung partly in the Ethiopian Amharic language. They recruited a third vocalist, who was still at school and often unable to attend rehearsals;…Find out more »
Flatlands Festival is back! Expect fantastic live bands in the main hall and djs in the bar until late. Covering a range of music – Funk, Dub, Hip Hop and Soul.Find out more »
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Off The Kerb presents Gráinne Maguire + Catherine Bohart + Markus Birdman Gráinne Maguire has appeared on ITV2’s Stand Up Sketch Show, Dave’s UnSpun with Matt Forde, Comedy Central’s Alternative Comedy Experience, RTE’s Cutting Edge and can be heard on Radio 4’s The Now Show, More Money Than Sense, An Idiot’s Guide, Breaking The News and Radio 2’s What If? Grainne has performed at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The Galway Comedy Festival, The Aarhus Comedy Festival and The Kilkenny Cats…Find out more »
Starting out as the band behind Ian Dury, the Blockheads are a legendary outfit that has grown in stature from the early days of the Stiff tour in 1977, right up to the present day. Backing up Ian Dury’s poetic lyrics, this is the band that brought you ‘Hit Me with your Rhythm Stick’, ‘What A Waste’, ‘Reasons to be Cheerful (Part 3)’, and ‘Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll’, among many others. Rarely off the road since the…Find out more »
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