The votes are in.

Last week, with a €20 Currys PC World voucher redeemable in any Currys store on offer, I asked you to name your favorite song from the past that sounds like it could be from the future.

You answered in your dozens.

But there could be only one winner.

Third Place:

O Superman by Laurie Anderson.

Andy Pipkin writes:

“Was from the future years ago (1982) and still is now, Laurie Anderson’s brilliant O Superman. Enjoy.”

Runner-up:

The first Doctor Who theme.

Scottser writes:

“It has to be the Doctor Who theme tune, made by Delia Derbyshire.”

Winner:

Sexy Boy by Air

Nicorigo writes:

“Nothing says future more than the synths, drum machines and other modulations of the spacey French electronica duet’s first ever single.”

Nick says: Thanks all.

Last week: Win Nick’s Voucher

Currys PC World

Sculptor Aidan Harte and his Púca of Ennistymon, county Clare

‘sup?

This morning.

Further to Clare County Council’s decision to ‘pause’ plans to install a €30,000 statue of a mythical half-man, half horse…

…Via The Times:

The Púca of Ennistymon sculpture should be put up in the capital if the people of Clare oppose the artwork due to superstitions, Dublin city councillors have said.

The artist behind the work told The Times that he would prefer it to be erected in the Clare town, but would be open to it being moved elsewhere if locals rejected it.

Dublin ready to host ‘grotesque’ Púca statue after Clare locals fear bad luck (The Times)

Puca Paused But Division Remains In Ennistymon (Clare Champion)

Pic: Aidan Harte

 

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HSE CEO Paul Reid

This morning.

Anyone?

HSE shuts down IT system after ‘significant’ cyber attack (RTÉ)

RollingNews

Minister for Tourism Catherine Martin is to recommend the removal of restrictions on UK visitors which will allow residents of the Republic to travel freely to Britain

Of late there has not been a way
To travel on a holiday
But you could have mighty
Craic over in Blighty
Before long, so the government say

John Moynes

RollingNews

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Instead of White Water Rafting in George’s Dock, Dublin 2, what about an open air, all year-round public swimming pool for ALL citizens of Dublin City?

Campaigners Dr Patrick Earls and  Dr Mark Murphy discuss this plan with Jimmy and former champion swimmer Vanessa.

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Just ‘dropped’.

Trailer for ‘The Sparks Brothers’

Sandra Houlihan writes:

Edgar Wright’s music documentary captures the art-pop pioneers at an improbable late career high, as well as recounting the story of how they got there, asking why they are not as celebrated as they deserve to be, and finding out how they became your favourite band’s favourite band.

Featuring Beck, Vince Clarke and Andy Bell of Erasure, Chris Difford of Squeeze, Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand, Nick Rhodes and John Taylor of Duran Duran, Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert of New Order, Nick Heyward, Bjork, Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bernard Butler, Martyn Ware of The Human League/Heaven 17, Roddy Bottum of Faith No More, Jane Wiedlin of The Go-Gos, Steve Jones of Sex Pistols, ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic, Mike Myers, Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth, as well as producers such as Todd Rundgren, Muff Winwood, Tony Visconti, Giorgio Moroder and James Lowe….

Heartbeat.

Increasing heartbeat.

Release date: July 30

Sparks?

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