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    Conniffe + Walsh / Children Under Hoof / Estel - the joinery 25th august

    this wednesday conniffe, walsh, donovan and macdiarmada will be joined by gavin prior (http://www.myspace.com/gavinprior) this will be gavin prior's last performance in ireland, and aonghus mcevoy's last performance with estel, for the near future...
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    Conniffe + Walsh / Children Under Hoof / Estel - the joinery 25th august

    Brian Conniffe (http://soundcloud.com/brian-conniffe) Suzanne Walsh (http://www.myspace.com/suzannewalshmusic) with Damien Donovan (http://soundcloud.com/eipi/) and Diarmuid MacDiarmada (http://www.myspace.com/diarmuidmacdiarmada) http://www.myspace.com/brianandsu...
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    Conniffe + Walsh / Children Under Hoof / Estel - the joinery 25th august

    Brian Conniffe (http://soundcloud.com/brian-conniffe) Suzanne Walsh (http://www.myspace.com/suzannewalshmusic) with Damien Donovan (http://soundcloud.com/eipi/) and Diarmuid MacDiarmada (http://www.myspace.com/diarmuidmacdiarmada) ...http://www.myspace.com/brianandsu...
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    drone/folk/experimental/songs/jams

    yes. get in touch by email or phone chutters, i only infrequently get to check on here.
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    Chris Morris appreciation thread

    that four lions clip doesn't fill me with enthusiasm, it's pretty laboured isn't it? has the tone of an out-take from the office. considering how awful "my wrongs" was (though this doesn't seem to have the arty self-induglence of that particularly misguided project), and how "nathan barley" was...
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    I have the horn for...

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    ONE MORE UNIVERSE | Damo Suzuki Network - out now

    oh wow, this looks great! i remember my first time seeing united bible studies live was in galway, they were playing with damo suzuki (in what turned out to be a match made in heaven) and they were all absolutely stunning. i brought steve stapleton from nurse with wound along to that gig, and...
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    noise and capitalism

    a ropey area of discussion. no other style of music / type of sound in recent years has had so much pseudo-academic rambling thrown haphazardly all over it. i'm not talking about hegarty's work here, as he comes from a genuinely academic background and he approached the topic of noise in terms...
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    Floods

    i'm from dublin and i really like cork, very managably sized city with some fantastic restaurants, some wonderful pubs and remarkably attentive, enthusiastic and openminded audiences at gigs. and in all the times i have visited there i have never once encountered any arrogant "peoples...
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    What are you listening to RIGHT NOW?

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    malahide has a head shop!!1

    it's a ridiculous situation when "legal highs" are probably more dangerous and unpleasant than illegal drugs, but unfortunately that seems to be the case with a lot of the popular wares sold in these places. these "spice" and "smoke" legal alternatives to cannabis are just effectless plant...
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    your favourite albums of the noughties

    my favourite albums of the ooze: nurse with wound : paranoia in hi fi, angry eelectric finger 1-3 (with irr. app. (ext.), cyclobe and jim o'rourke), the surveillance lounge, disconnected (with faust), salt marie celeste, huffin' rag blues, space music coil : time machines, moons milk bonus...
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    Jean Louis Costes at Black Sun ((weirdo music night)), Cork~26th Sept

    "niche-interest performer" is not a phrase i would use, it's empty nomenclature. the reality is, though, that jean louis costes isn't a household name for many in this country, even among fans of experimental music. it is a factor, though very much a secondary one to this: ...which is exactly...
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