Latest book from Hope Collective is a collection of great gig memories from Punks and friends
A story that reminds us that life can take so many roads depending on circumstance
Dublin punk, indie rock pop supergroup release debut 7"
Yep, this is a crime novel. Yep, there are twists and turns and yep the ending is good. How they get there is worth your time which is the most important part.
Based in a Dublin hospital with scenes of today. The squalor of a century ago is captured perfectly here. Alongside the frontline heroes, sadness abounds. Snippets of a war no soldier wanted and most misunderstood and a country rising to demand its own voice in poverty and hunger.
the wild rover The autobiography of Tomas O Cinneide Translated by Padraig Tyers Mercier Press Well we all have one book in us and this is Tomas O Cineides one. His life story Begins with the pure poverty which so many people were born into over a century ago. It doesn’t get much better as … Continue reading Book of the Week – the wild Rover
Post math rock or indie but always good rhythms and melodies from across the Scotish and Dutch border
Hope Publications publish new book in aid of NHS Charities together. Great gig memories out end of November
The book reads like a film in itself with hotel parties, house parties and pubs overflowing with actors, extras and movie workers spending their money with great ease.
A selection of favourite gig memories from Irelands music community in aid of Irish Red Cross. When we first saw the heartbreaking pictures from Aleppo we reached out to those people we know best, our friends in the music community. Six months ago Hope *2 came out. This featured contributions from those in the punk community in an effort to raise money for pikpa lesvos centre. We held back on many contributions from the Irish music scene as we felt it would be nice for this group to extend their support. The results are In Concert. Whilst there are many more who could and deserve to be included we feel this can help form part of a ‘secret history’ of the irish music scene.