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Wav Mastering founder celebrates 30 vibrant years in music industry

Wav Mastering founder celebrates 30 vibrant years in music industry

| June 14, 2017

THIS year the founder of Wav Mastering, a mastering studio based in Limerick, is celebrating 30 years in the music industry. Richard Dowling learned his trade as a studio engineer in London in the late 1980’s. Based in those Marble Arch and Borough studios for the following 20 years, Richard would use his studio skills […]

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New local culture plan will help drive creativity in Limerick

New local culture plan will help drive creativity in Limerick

| May 30, 2017

A new initiative aimed at encourage Limerick people to engage, participate and enable their creative potential has been launched at a special event in Dublin Castle. Highlights of the Limerick Culture and Creativity Plan include the digitisation of Limerick City Gallery of Art’s collection and the HearSay Audio Arts Festival which will celebrating creative audio in all […]

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Mike O’Donovan to play the Library

Mike O’Donovan to play the Library

| May 24, 2017

LIMERICK songwriter Mike O’Donovan released his debut album just last year. The album, ‘No Time Like the Present’, was produced by Dave Keary and received critical praise and national airplay. The record was “Album of the Week” on Shannonside Radio’s Arts Show presented by Charlie McGettigan. Hear Mike O’Donovan with Dave Keary and James Hanley play […]

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DJ Micky Mac: Shake your bib and bang your drums

DJ Micky Mac: Shake your bib and bang your drums

| May 18, 2017

DJ Michael McNamara will revisit the glory days of disco for a one off night, celebrating the golden era Limerick nightclubs Fernando’s and Tropics at The (then) Royal George Hotel. Limerick Post spoke to the DJ legend perhaps better known to you as Micky Mac or Mike Rave. RADIO in Ireland 50 years ago did not […]

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Limerick acts lineup for anti-racism fundraiser

Limerick acts lineup for anti-racism fundraiser

| May 12, 2017

An eclectic and vibrant line-up is set to take part in a fundraising show for ENAR Ireland this Saturday. The gig will feature Emma Langford, Elaine Mai, Moley O’Suillebheain, DJ Peter Curtin and producer LF|83. aka Kevin Walsh who organised the night. The producer and Emma Langford have recorded a track called ‘Harmonise’for the occasion.   Harmonise will […]

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Limerick show for Mercury nominated C Duncan

Limerick show for Mercury nominated C Duncan

| May 4, 2017

C Duncan might not be instantly recognisable but chances are you know the Mercury Prize nominated composer’s music very well. Chris Duncan spoke to Limerick Post Newspaper ahead of this week’s show. MERCURY Prize nominated composer C Duncan brings his dreamscape summery indie pop to Limerick this Friday. The acclaimed artist, and possibly the most […]

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Mizdrea: new single launch

Mizdrea: new single launch

| April 28, 2017

LIMERICK indie/ dance outfit Mizdrea play Kasbah Social Club this weekend. Celebrating the release of their second single ‘Loser’s End’, the group will be part of an impressive line up of acts on stage for this year’s Riverfest weekend. ‘Loser’s End’ follows the electro/pop earworm ‘The Reason’ and this single is a trip hop ballad […]

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Riverfest: 80s vs 90s party after Great Limerick Run

Riverfest: 80s vs 90s party after Great Limerick Run

| April 27, 2017

2FM DJ Will Leahy brings back his legendary ’80s night Electric Dreams to Dolan’s Warehouse this Sunday April 30 for the ultimate blowout to the big party bangers after the Great Limerick Run. In the second room the Saved by the ’90s crew of DJ Screech and ThunderBeat on drums will bring their monster 90s’ dance […]

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New songwriting course announced for UL

New songwriting course announced for UL

| April 26, 2017

Budding songwriters and musicians will able to hone their craft to perfection courtesy of the new Masters Degree course launched at the University of Limerick this week. The new full-time postgraduate programme will place an emphasis on the artistic practice of songwriting with opportunities to perform and record work. It will enable students to explore […]

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Mercury Prize nominated C Duncan to play Limerick

Mercury Prize nominated C Duncan to play Limerick

| April 26, 2017

MERCURY Prize nominated composer C Duncan brings his dreamlike billowy indie pop to Limerick next week. His second album ‘The Midnight Sun’ came out last October. The follow up to the Mercury Prize nominated debut ‘Architect’ won over the critics of The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Mojo and The Quietus to name a few. Duncan […]

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