In Case You Missed It

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Released over the holidays, and already well past 30,000 views, is episode one of Dónal Dineen’s No Disco reboot/new show, This Ain’t No Disco.

Eschewing video clips and segways for a full, as-live music and talk experience, the show was filmed and directed by Myles O’Reilly.

Per the show’s Facebook:

With no budget or sponsorship and powered only out of passion, the musicians and crew who worked to bring you this episode did so voluntarily. To help keep This Ain’t No Disco on our screens please, like, share or tag a friend. All we need to stay afloat is your love.

This Ain’t No Disco

15 thoughts on “In Case You Missed It

    1. Mike McGrath-Bryan

      Because there is almost zero coverage of Irish music on mainstream television in Ireland at present, and Messrs. Dineen and O’Reilly had the people, means and intent to fill in the breach, alongside Ray Wingnut’s Guerilla Sessions and DCTV’s The Parlour.

      Also, No Disco wasn’t crap. Name me another mainstream television programme that showcased independent music and culture more effectively.

      1. Cot.

        Ok. It’s 2017. You want to know what’s going on, go to the internet. TV is dead. And as for No Disco not being crap, I’m taking from this that you never watched it.

        1. essosea

          Eh this was released on The Facebook. The Facebook is 86% more internet.

          No Disco was brilliant for it’s time. Most who work in the music industry remember it well.

  1. Gah!

    And stop saying “the holidays”! Christmas. It’s Christmas. I’m not even a Christian but it’s Christmas.

    1. Mike McGrath-Bryan

      It is for everyone except people that don’t celebrate Christmas. Also, New Year’s isn’t Christmas. So, the overarching holiday season is just that. The holidays.

  2. Neilo

    ‘The holidays’. We don’t live in the US, Mike, so let’s split the diff and call it Winterval.

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      It’s not the holidays unless you take the holidays.
      So for those of us that work the last few days of December, it’s (a) christmas and (b) New Year.

      (a)
      can be ‘christmas’ for the unfaithful;
      ‘Christmas’ for the faithful;
      ‘the christmas’ for many Dubs; or
      ‘IIIIITTSSSS CHRRRRRRR-IS-MAAAAAAS’ for Noddy Holder, Bertie and Gah!

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