Thanks Enda Cunningham (Galway City Tribune); Nick Sutton (UK covers); Enda bolger (The Irish Sun); Garrett Rowe (The irish Times); Kevin Cramer (The Irish Examiner) and Meliosa Fitzgibbon (Irish Daily Mail)
Thanks Nick Sutton (UK covers); Meliosa Fitzgibbon (Irish Daily Mail); Enda Cunningham (Connacht Tribune); Mick Crowley (The Irish Times); Paul Murphy (The Irish Sun); Kevin Cramer (The Irish Examiner)
Friday November 28: Eglo Records Night – Floating Points, Fatima & Live Band, Alex Nut, Colm K @ The Sugar Club, Leeson Street, Dublin (€20)
Alexander Nut and Floating Points’ London Label is one of the best in the UK for electronic and soulful music. On Friday, both founders will be DJing and playing live and the presence of the singer Fatima (above performing La Neta), who released one of my favourite albums of the year makes it a must-see.
An Irish-made reptile-based stocking filler for little people that “see the world differently”
A friend of mine has self-published some fantastic illustrative books to help children understand other children who have sensory perception disorder (Autism). She is self-promoting these books at present and would love to reach a wider audience.. The Tony the Turtle books are beautifully produced and really relevant in today’s world. Oh and an excellent stocking filler…