Rebellion is the family reunion and like all extended families there are some members you are closer to than other. They are the people I’ve been drawn to these past couple of days. People who mean a lot, people who have great intentions.
Back on the ferry to travel up to Blackpool. Since last years fest a lot of water has flown under the bridge of life. I have less people in my world, have lost some loved ones and have been in a cycle of caring that has been beautifully exhausting. It’s been a struggle but we … Continue reading Rebellion 2023 Day 1
Tension Span are an Oakland California based trio that unites Noah Landis (Neurosis, Christ On Parade), Geoff Evans (Asunder), and Matt Parrillo (Dystopia, Kicker). They released their album, The Future Died Yesterday late last year on Neurot Recordings. The sound takes the dark doomy bits from their previous bands and mixes in some post punk with bits of New Model Army at times.
The Sarah Lundberg Summer School 2023 will be a celebration of the life, art and legacy of Philip Chevron. This full afternoon event will be a celebration and exploration of many aspect of Philip Chevro
It is a glorious May evening compared to previous weeks leaving the comfort of home and going out in wind and rain but tonight I wanted to see what seemed like an old friend in Jeffrey Lewis. Disclaimer, he’s not my friend – we haven’t met, it just seems that way through his music.
Upcoming diy punk festival hits Kildare for a day highlighting some of the vast irish punk scene
Exhibition and celebration of UK DIY punk taking place later in 2023 n Newcastle
I was delighted for Hope Collective to be part of We Shall Overcome festival. Over €2,000 was raised for Aoibhneas and the Saol Project, thank you to all the bands and those who volunteered to make it such a success
amyl and the sniffers, chubby and the gang, soulglo, bob vylan, bad planning, mom jeans, good grief, moving targets, diaz brothers, The Dumpies, The Oh Sees, Wonk Unit, The Catenary Wires, Extravision, A Wilhelm Scream, Antillectual, The Ex, The Last Mile
We can all look at the music industry and feel it has always been unbalanced. Not only in Ireland but throughout the world, women and female-identifying musicians have had to play second fiddle to men in terms of exposure, gigs, festivals and pay. A new Radio documentary about women in music will be broadcast on Newstalk 106-108fm this weekend and next.