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20/06/2018
BBC Radio Ulster

Across the line

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    In this week's 'Express Yourself' feature, we shine the spotlight on audio engineer Lee McMahon.

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    Reporter Matthew Kirk dons his denim and leather, getting to grips with the NI metal scene. Featuring Stormzone, Elder Druid, Victim Royal, Death of a Salesman and James Loveday.

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    Ewen Friers aka CATALAN! presents COASTER.

    A brand new festival has been announced for this summer. COASTER takes place in Portrush on July 20th across two venues, comprising of a daytime show on an outdoor stage at Babushka coffee shop followed by an evening gig in The Atlantic Bar.

    Presented by CATALAN! (also among the performers on the day), the lineup includes:

    New Pagans
    Joshua Burnside
    CATALAN!
    Brash Isaac
    Thrash Hat
    Beauty Sleep
    Cherym
    Dugout
    Ferals
    Thin Air DJs

    Tickets are available now, with more acts to be announced. 

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    Rory Friers of post-rock behemoths And So I Watch You From Afar talks about what inspires him musically and beyond.

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    Scott Hutchison performing with Frightened Rabbit, Stendhal Festival 2014.

    Members of the music scene - both locally and globally - have been paying tribute to Scott Hutchison, following the recent news of his death.

    The Frightened Rabbit singer’s body was found on Thursday night, almost two days after he was reported missing. Scott spoke openly about his issues with mental health and depression.

    Scott’s music has touched fans around the world, and Northern Ireland...

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    Sound engineer Ethan Owens explains what he does, and why he does it, in this week's Express Yourself feature.

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    Moira Calling announces their full line-up for 2018.

    The festival which celebrates local music and food is now in its third year and will take place on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th of September in Moira Demense.

    Ryan Vail & The Arco String Quartet will headline the event with an exclusive collaboration on Friday, and Saturday will feature Joshua Burnside, Owen Denvir, Jordan Adetunji, Vokxen,...

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    The line-up for the 2018 Women's Work Festival has been announced showcasing sessions and panels from women across the music industry.

    Featured events include Brigid Mae Power who will be playing on the rooftop of the Oh Yeah Centre, Marie Louise Muir will be chairing The Soundtrack of our Lives which will commemorate the centenary of the Representation of the People Act, plus the Women's Work...

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    Andrew Marsden of the Moira Calling Festival speaks about it's origins and his musical journey.

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    From the 18th of May, Belfast plays host to The Biggest Weekend Fringe with 10 days of broadcasts, Q&As, panels, workshops and live gigs. BBC Radio Ulster will be joining in showcasing emerging and established talent with live events featuring Ralph McLean, Blas Ceoil and Across the Line. 

    Plus, Steve Lamacq & Marc Riley will be broadcasting live for BBC Radio 6 Music with performances from...

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