Rally & Broad: Forward, March!

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Friday March 16 2013

February is a short month! Quick! Quick! Get your Rally & Broad gear on, young snippets! Forward, March thyselves to our Hoose. Featuring the lyrical delightfulness of the pioneers and brigands below:

LACH – The NY Times labels Lach “The mastermind of Antifolk, like a Lower East Side rendezvous of Bob Dylan and Patti Smith.” The Antifolk movement that Lach started in the early eighties has produced such well-known performers as Beck, Regina Spektor, The Moldy Peaches, Hamell on Trial and many more.
And he’s on at Rally & Broad, you lucky, lucky squirrels!

Also….MIRIAM GAMBLE: She won an Eric Gregory Award in 2007, and the Ireland Chair of Poetry Bursary Award in 2010. Her pamphlet, This Man’s Town, was published by tall-lighthouse in 2007. Her first book-length collection, The Squirrels Are Dead, was published by Bloodaxe Books in 2010 and won her a Somerset Maugham Award in 2011.

The entire process of rainfall that is… COLIN MCGUIRE

The weird and wonderful from self-described ‘electro-sexual-muscle-magnet’ BENOFFICIAL!

FISH TO FRY: Fish to Fry is an Edinburgh-based four piece band, creating new original songs from silly to quirky, a bit sentimental and sometimes dark. Lorraine O’Sullivan on vocals, ukulele and ukebanjo captures audiences with her bluesy voice and musical expressiveness. She is supported by accordionist Isi Lohss, cellist Sarah Whiteside and Arran Sheppard on drums.

And…. Introducing! MIKO KOKO

Plus! More fun and games tba throughout the nicht! With your congenial hosts Jenny Lindsay & Rachel McCrum. Get there most brightly, dear hearts! xxx

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