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After the love has gone.

What used to be right is wrong.

Until NOW

Jessica Kavanagh writes:

“Irish funk band Creamy Goodness [above performing Boogie Wonderland] set out to play the incredible music of Earth Wind and Fire tonight in the Sugar Club, [Leeson Street, Dublin]. This will be performed by an eleven piece band chocfull of the best musicians, composers and obsessed fans of Earth Wind and Fire. It’s compulsory all funk fans should attend, especially ones who want to hear September played by an eleven piece band. 10-er in, 9pm start and support from Jesse Heffernan and James Keating on the decks afterwards until late. Come along!”

You’ll be in your element.


Never mind.

Earth Wind And Fire By Creamy Goodness (Facebook)

Early One Morning – a giant globe made from matchsticks by artist Andy Yoder, who spent two years hand-painting individual matches, gluing each one to a foam, cardboard and plywood sphere then finally spraying the whole thing with flame retardant (come on now. He’s not a total eejit).

The piece goes on display this summer at the PULSE New York Contemporary Art Fair.



Telescope is a visual sci-fi treat directed and edited by Colin Davis with the VFX mastery of Wes Ball (he of the wonderful post apocalyptic animation RUIN)

The year is 2183. Earth is dead. With all evidence of organic life lost, a cosmic archaeologist travels faster thanlight into deep space to capture images of the once vibrant planet. When his vessel is damaged he must take matters into his own hands, risking his life to witness humanity’s lost home.