Vintage Dublin city footage.
In the modest, single decker days of the early 1990s.
Includes the now-removed, jacuzzi-based, loose-moraled Anna Livia sculpture.
Fifteen years ago, Ben O’Connor, of Dunlavin, County Wicklow purchased a Canon XM1 mini DV camera.
I was just sifting through the hours of footage and decided to put together a little edit because I feel enough time has past to give the DV format a nostalgic feel.
Now, these things remind me of a time before smartphones, when to record something was rare. All the footage is untouched and from my hometown Dunlavin.
Music by Radiohead
A new sketch from Cavan/Dublin comedy group LinceCraic.
Now the phixiflacomone has worn off.
Previously: The Regulars
From an article on David Holmes by Luke Clancy in the Irish Times on 6 June, 1996. Pic in the Pod by Paddy Whelan.
Where are they now?
Plz RT: Writing novel set in Cork 1996; anyone feel like sharing memories of Cork/Ireland in mid-90s, email or @ me here. Gwan ya langerzzz
— Darragh McManus (@McManusDarragh) April 12, 2012
Ah but if you remember the ’90s in Cork you weren’t there, etc., etc.
We’re not like that now.
Previously: X Case 20 Years On
As Top 50 lists go, this is a good one. The 50 best music videos of the 1990s. All your faves (and a few you probably hate) gathered together in glorious YouTubery for your viewing pleasure.
We’re going with Sinead O’Connor from 1990. Just because.