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Formerly known as nicetry, of all living things is a four piece Dublin based band. Inspired by nostalgia and memories of youth, the sound is reminiscent of 90’s alternative music, with textured guitars complementing delicate female vocals.

Following their debut single release last year, of all living things will be releasing a 4 track EP late October 2021, recorded with Ber Quinn at Sonic Studios in Stoneybatter, Dublin. The first single off the EP, ‘If I Go’ will be released on the 27th August, followed by vinyl release under Any Other City Records in Autumn.



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John Francis Flynn is a singer and multi-instrumentalist whose work centres around traditional and folk material from Ireland.

He is a founding member of the band Skipper’s Alley, with whom he has toured extensively throughout Europe and America. While supporting Lankum on their 2019 UK tour he caught the eye of Geoff Travis and Jeanette Lee who quickly signed John to Rough Trade imprint label, River Lea. River Lea will release John’s debut album “I Would Not Live Always” in Spring 2021.

Produced by highly regarded producer, Brendan Jenkinson, this release looks to continue where River Lea last left off; highlighting the enormous talent hidden away in the corners of Ireland’s folk scene.

Human experience burns ferociously on this extraordinary debut from the uncompromising Irish artist John Francis Flynn. An extraordinary debut” The Guardian

Double Tin Whistle and Tape-Loops. Revelatory new takes on English and Irish folk songs in the manner of Sam Amidon. A singular and striking clarity of vision” Uncut Magazine


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Aine Duffy has been playing live shows since she was 15 years of age.

When the pandemic hit, Aine had just returned from playing gigs in Belgium and Holland and then had to cancel everything (like so many of us) in order to keep Health and safety high.

While waiting for time to pass, Aine built a passive home and then had a notion to get back to music somehow and release new music.

She’s played in and on all kinds of stages of her life… With this in mind she bought a donkey box and converted it into camper/stage.

She calls it the Duffbox.


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11am // Clonakilty Farmers Market, Emmet Square // September 17 (Free outdoor show)

4pm // Spiller’s Lane // September 17 (Free outdoor show)

The Socially-Distant (but emotionally-close) Orchestra is an interactive walkabout performance piece where the serious-musicians will hand the baton over to anyone who will wave it… for better or for worse! 


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Little John Nee is a writer/performer based in Co. Galway in the west of Ireland. A prolific creator of work for theatre he was recently elected to Aosdána (established by the Irish Arts Council in 1981 to honour artists whose work has made an outstanding contribution to the creative arts in Ireland)

His style of storytelling theatre with music has won him international recognition and his play “Sparkplug” won an Irish Times Theatre Award for his sound design while the RTE radio version won a Special Mention Prize at the Prix Italia 2013.

He has recently published a book of Haiku “The Apocalypse came on a Friday” and previously his “A Donegal Trilogy” was published by An Grianan Theatre. He has released an album of songs from his theatre shows recorded with The Caledonia Highly strung Orchestra. “Songs from the Lough Swilly Delta”  

Little John Nee has been commissioned to write plays for Barabbas Theatre Company, Axis Ballymun, Scottish Touring Theatre Consortium, An Grianan Theatre,  Earagail Arts Festival, Donegal Co. Council, Leitrim Co. Council, children’s plays for Galway Arts Festival and a radio play for RTE Radio Drama on One.





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John Spillane is a musician, songwriter, performer, recording artist, storyteller, poet and dreamer. Rooted in people, place and story, his music transports the listener and his live performances captivate audiences around the world. After 20 years, in April John released his first independent release; 100 Snow White Horses.

Inspired by his travels around Ireland, these new songs are full of poetry, Irish mythology and wonder. 100 Snow White Horses is John’s first independent album in 20 years.

Recorded in London with producer John Reynolds and singer Pauline Scanlon; the trio have previously worked together on John’s albums Hey Dreamer (2005), The Gaelic Hit Factory (2006) and My Dark Rosaleen and the Island of Dreams (2008).

“After 10 years and many adventures we are combining our skills and painting this, our masterpiece.” – John Spillane

100 Snow White horses was released on April 2nd 2021.

In addition, John will lead one of his legendary songwriting workshops tickets for that are available here



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Broadcast as part of Guitartown cinema – see timetable for full details

From the foggy apprehension of ‘Taking The Wheel’ to the golden wanderlust of “Far Away The Hills Are Green’, the songwriting duo of Laura Quirke (Lemoncello) and Joshua Burnside bares beautiful, imagery laden folk music. Their partnership culminates on the release of their EP ‘In The Half-light’.

A diverse four track record that explores the tension between longing for a better life and accepting the here and now. The faces and stories they conjure through their spellbinding mix of alternative music, found sounds, and Irish folk are universal, thrust into the world in search of an escape from the confinement of their realities.

Pitching between the sublime and the strained, ‘In The Half-light’ is powered by the traditions of Americana and Irish folk but has its eyes fixed squarely upon new horizons. Gently rambling through the Californian vistas or rainswept back roads, Burnside and Quirke’s songwriting transports you into the same unknowns as their dramatis personae. And no track symbolises this more than the release’s lead single ‘Rana The Fortunate’, the duet that inspired the partnership.



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6pm // DeBarra’s Folk Club // September 16 (Free but ticketed)

Nicole Ní Dhubhshláine and Kyle Macaulay are two exceptional young traditional musicians bringing an excitement and vibrancy to the scene today.

Their music, while firmly rooted in the traditional idiom is uniquely interpreted by the duo on guitar, flute, concertina and whistle.

They released their much anticipated debut album “Barra Taoide” in Autumn 2019.



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5pm // Spiller’s Lane // September 17 (Free, Outdoor show)

A Singer-Songwriter, Fiona Kennedy is an IRMA Award nominee and one of Ireland’s top vocalists. Winner of the Network Cork Creative Professional Award 2021. A versatile and creative artist, Fiona performs both solo and with her band. She also has a very successful Wedding Ceremony Music business and won the Weddinsonline Wedding Singer of the Year Award 2021.


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Red Sun Alert is an up and coming post-hardcore band from Cork City, Ireland, that brings you a mixture of just about everything you want from modern heavy music. The female-fronted outfit combines harsh vocals with angular guitar riffs and math-rock influences. 

Since forming in late 2017, they have been busy making a name for themselves around the country, playing venues all around their small island and supporting renowned artists such as The Altered Hours, Making Monsters, Cherym and many more. 

It’s also worth mentioning their success in the college music scene, where they regularly contribute by organizing various DIY gigs playing alongside other local college bands.

To date they have self-released 2 EPs, ‘’Luna’’ and ‘’Red Sun Alert’’. Just
before the Covid-19 pandemic struck the band embarked on their debut Irish and UK tour in support of their single “I’m Upside Down for That’’.

In the midst of lockdown they released their latest track “Sort It Out”, which they released in November 2020 with a music video to accompany.

The four-piece strives to impress not just with their music, but also with their live shows. They aim to create an all-inclusive environment and promote women and non-binary individuals in heavy music at their concerts. So, do you want to let loose? Go to a Red Sun Alert show.