The Radio Nova team set out to discover Irish music and bring it to life.
Between traditional music, rock, soul and hip hop, Irish music shows an unmistakable diversity. So, start with us to discover the different aspects of Music Ireland and the artists who bring it to life. For this first podcast, Jean Lockle went to the pubs and busy streets of Dublin to reach for her microphone.
Although Dublin is the capital of the country, it remains as warm and active as pubs. Dublin is a port city to the Irish Sea and the horizon, bordered by mountains and crossed by the River Liffey.
While traditional Irish music plays an important role in the green erin, the flutes and bodhranas are far from overpowering the diversity of the island’s musical landscape. Evidence in film and music with rapper Glenn Denim and his composer Loop Heavy, who met Jean Lockle at their store dedicated to streetwear.
But this stay in Dublin is an opportunity to discover the impeccable acoustics of the legendary studios in Windmill Lane, the cozy atmosphere in Temple Lane and the boosted rock in Kerbodge while staying in Whelans.
There is one important thing you need to know if you want to go to a Kerbdog concert. In the evening, the volume of the speakers may cause a few decibels to be lost in each ear. The power of the sound of guitars cannot carry you with them. So your ears need attention, but the show is expensive!
In short, this is a whole program we invite you to discover in this first episode of four podcasts dedicated to Irish music. For the next stop, we put our suitcases in Belfast.
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