Dundalk Punks The Gakk are releasing their Live At The Social album on September 1 and have announced a Dublin gig in the same venue to co-incide with it
Right from the first note the crowd was in raptures at this Easter punk rock show. One hour of fun, smiles, comradeship and entertainment. A bit like the Stations of the Cross I guess
This is not the sound of the crowd. It’s certainly not the sound of the spirit level on immaculately, generically identikit city streets. This is the sound of the cracks in the concrete, the splinter in the grandfather clock. The flower in the dustbin. The torn page, full of wisdom, trampled underfoot in the rain.
Packaged like an exploding eyeball with splattered coloured vinyl this is a work of art both on and off the vinyl.
Northern Irish punk rock veterans announce a virtual meet up due to the restrictions around live music which has hampered their March plans
FUAL Veganic Wind Boss tuneage One really important part of history is to make sure it’s documented before its forgotten. Maybe that’s how the Bible came about. I’m sure there’s some manuscripts that purport to tell the stories it is telling. In 2,000 years there will be a whole chunk of history forgotten prior to … Continue reading Play of the day: FUAL – Veganic Wind
What can we expect from the documentary? The documentary is going to be a bit of a trip back forty years to tell the story of Irish music in 1977. I’ll be covering quite a few events from that year including The Boomtown Rats and The Radiators From Space both releasing their debut singles, … Continue reading Cathal Funge. An interview with the broadcaster Cathal about his punk radio documentary.