Friday, September 26, 2008

Pure Fun

Yet another music collective has started in Limerick. Can only be a good thing.

Pure Sound
include the likes of Don from End/fin/dead, and Síle in their collective.

According to their myspace page, their aims are simple:
"We want to bring Limerick back to its days of glory in which the fantastic AMC were running the show, and place Limerick firmly on the music map."

Their inagural event takes place tomorrow night, Saturday September 27, in Baker Place. Upstairs it is live music with Kerry/Cork hybrid Heliopause, local riff-mongers Sea Dog, and Last Days Of Death Country, which show a more intense side to niceguy singer-songwriter Pa O'Brien. Man, he can hit some notes.

Downstairs (Underground) Itchy and Johnny Doobs are spinning tunes. Word has it that it is gonna be a four-deck set. I may have misheard that though......

Entry is €10, and covers both floors. Best of luck to all involved.

Here is Sea Dog, giving it socks, in the Underground last year, with the best Megadeth-inspired song-title of all time - Cave Mustaine.

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