with the support of the
French Embassy In
is delighted to present the
of Let's French music festival,
with a very special free evening on June
21st as part of the
Fête de la Musique
Ireland's National Music Day!
are from Nantes originally and quickly drew
attention to themselves thanks to their
forceful melodic instrumentals. A real
tribute to Hip-Hop from the 90's, the
album mixes old-school with contemporary
influences, and both casual and smooth
grooves with pure Hip-Hop beats. This
release truly speaks to everybody, from the
nostalgic music lover to the by-standers
curious to discover the latest trend. Their
first album, Live & Uncut
released in 2010 on KIF Records, won
unanimous support from critics and the
public, and was considered one of the
best albums of the year.
is part of the workin class records label.
'A gritty, urban poetry shines through
Products of the Environment, a
compilation album on Workin Class Records.
Track after track documents growing up with
little in the way of options and realities
dominated by drug abuse, crime and paranoia.
Their videos capture blighted estates full
of hooded youths, pushed to the margins by
the city’s economic apartheid. The sort of
places the rest of us just cycle through' -
is a Canadian blues guitarist and
singer-songwriter, from Perth-Andover,
In addition to headlining major festivals,
throughout North America and the UK, he has
shared the stage and toured with Randy
Bachman, Bo Diddley, Little
Feat, April Wine,
America and Loverboy. In 2010,
Andersen won the top prize for a duo /individual
in the Memphis, Tennessee, International
Blues Challenge, and was the first Canadian
to prevail over the event’s 26 year history.
Touring the US, UK and Canada, he also
performed at the 50th anniversary of the
Mariposa Folk Festival. In 2011, Andersen
was nominated for four awards including
Maple Blues Awards Entertainer of the Year
and Acoustic Act of the Year.
Friday 21 June -