Thor Harris talks dealing with depression, new music and punching Nazis
We caught up with Austin-based musician, painter and activist Thor Harris ahead of his performance at the Drogheda Arts Festival at the end of April.
Wayne Kramer: the man who survived drugs, jail and MC5
Detroit’s MC5 blazed a trail in the late 1960s with blistering proto-punk and radical politics. Time has mellowed Kramer, but it hasn’t diluted his passion.
Wayne Kramer kicking out the jams in Drogheda + Mountjoy visit
The Droichead Arts Centre is the venue on May 2 for Grit, Noise & Revolution: An Evening With Wayne Kramer (MC5 & Other Tales).
Tough crowd? Theatre for babies and a concert for snoozers
At a ‘Sleep Concert’, snores are a sign of success, and they are not taken as an insult at Graffiti’s theatre for babies either
“It’s a story that involves a fisherman trying but failing to get to the moon. It’s about thresholds between the sea, the sky, the stars and a human. Thresholds and liminalities are what babies are about. After all, they’ve recently crossed the first ultimate threshold.”