Jim Carroll

Music, Life and everything else

Another go for An Taobh Tuathail

Time for round two. Last summer, Raidió na Gaeltachta’s An Taobh Tuathail show released its first compilation to a round of applause for all quarters. Now comes volume two with longstanding presenter Cian O’Ciobhain selecting tracks from Susanna & The …

Fri, Jul 11, 2008, 09:13

   

Time for round two. Last summer, Raidió na Gaeltachta’s An Taobh Tuathail show released its first compilation to a round of applause for all quarters.

Now comes volume two with longstanding presenter Cian O’Ciobhain selecting tracks from Susanna & The Magical Orchestra (see video below), the excellent Boxcutter, L. Pierre, Mice Parade, Hannu, Songs Of Green Pheasant, Sarsparilla and Somadrone.

The release on the Psychonavigation label in August will be supported by a tour featuring appearances by Kilkenny electronic act Rarely Seen Above Ground, Alphamono, Dry County and Somadrone.

The tour kicks off at Dublin’s Button Factory on August 1 and visits Galway (Roisin Dubh, 8), Cork (Electric Underground, 15) and Limerick (Trinity Rooms, 22).

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