The Divine Comedy singer will join an array of guests, including Duke Special himself, for Cathy Davey's performance on Wednesday. The week-long series of events at Belfast's The MAC is curated by Duke Special AKA Peter Wilson, and runs from from September 4th to September 9th.
The closing night performance from Duke Special and Friends has now sold out. For more details on the line-up, click here.
Despite his reluctance to stick to one thing and a general creative itch, Duke Special remains one of the most trusted performers in the country. Which is why he's been let loose to programme The Mac, a brand new arts venue in Belfast.
'In the Court of...Duke Special' will run from Tuesday 4th to Sunday 9th September and features the likes of The Futureheads, Cathy Davey and The Blockheads as well as The Duke himself.
To celebrate such an exciting venture, it feels like a good time to find out what has made Duke Special the man he is....
The first record I bought It was UB40 ‘Signing Off’, from their debut album, which is really really good.
The last record I bought was Burning Codes 'Rivers of Hope' which I bought last night. I was trying to learn some songs from it for the week at the MAC I’m curating so I guess it was partly for research and partly for sheer enjoyment.
*Tip of the hat* Phil(y) Taggart here, welcome to That New Band Smell. A stinking, pungent pile of blossoming cherub faced musical treats taking their first little baby steps onto the Across The Line playlist. Here are our three picks for this week.
Nelson Reis - Talk About House music from Cookstown via Portugal (naturally). He's been DJ'n since 2006 and producing from 2008. He's shared the stages with ATL Dance's (RIP) Paul Hamill (RIP to ATL Dance not Paul Hamill, he is still very much alive… we hope) and has uploaded a varying showcase of what he is about on his web page. It's very much crescendo and early hours club music.
The 5-track EP was produced by David Holmes and features music used in Terry George's recent Oscar-winning short film 'The Shore'. The EP is available for digital download and on limited edition 10" vinyl through Foy Vance's official website.
Foy Vance plays BBC's Proms In The Park in Belfast on Saturday 8th September.
Pat Dam Smyth will release a new single in October.
'Friends' will be released on October 29th through Monumental Music Group, and is taken from the album 'The Great Divide' which was released in January last year on Public Sector Records.
To accompany the release, 'Friends' has a brand new video directed by Darren Lee who's previous works include videos for Rams Pocket Radio, Aaron Shanely, Dead til Friday, Mojo Fury, Microlip, Silhouette, LostAlone, Levity Breaks and more. Visit maverickrenegade.net for more info.
Electric Picnic have released the timetable for the main stages at this weekends festival in County Laois.
Beginning on Friday with the likes of Sigur Ros, The XX, Grizzly Bear, Metronomy and many more, the festival also see's a large number of Irish and Northern Irish acts added to the bill this year. Wonder Villians will open the Electric Arena on Friday, and the likes of Bats, David Kitt, Villagers, A Plastic Rose, Enemies and many, many more will play over the three day event.
Is our gig of the week the mighty Japanese Popstars (and guests) at The Nerve Centre? Or is it the entire Culturetech festival taking place across Derry city this week? One of life's great mysteries, for sure!
Here's Gary Curran, one half of electro duo The Japanese Popstars to talk about both his band's gig and the festival:
'The Culture Tech Festival is something that we have been looking forward to playing for a while and it'll be great to return to our old haunt The Nerve Centre. The line up for the event looks fantastic and as always myself and Gareth will be up for checking out the local emerging talent - Psycatron, Fractious, Steve Mc Cready, Caolin Harkin & Screendeath.... and not to forget the legend that is Paul Woolford - he of course is not local but I think he shares the same humour so thats good enough!
Frank Turner returns to Belfast with a solo show at the Limelight on the 8th of December. Tickets go on sale this Friday the 31st of August. Support has yet to be announced. He'll also be stopping by Cork, Galway and Dublin on the tour. For more details visit frank-turner.com.
The Open House Festival organisers are bringing Lucy Rose back to Belfast on Saturday the 3rd of November, and this time it's to Aunt Annies on the Dublin Road. The twenty-three year old is nearing the release of her debut album, ‘Like I Used To’ which is out on 24th September.
New gig promoters 'Vanity' are hosting their first night called 'Genre Live' at Auntie Annies in Belfast next month. The Rupture Dogs, Deerstalker and Droids will all play on Wednesday the 19th September.
Fresh from last night's Belsonic headlining set, Two Door Cinema Club have made their new album available for streaming.
Beacon, the band's second album, was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Jacknife Lee. Ahead of its official release on September 3rd, the full album can now be streamed from the official Two Door Cinema Club website and Soundcloud.
And So I Watch You From Afar have just announced via their facebook page that they are postponing their autumn tour. You can read the message from the band below:
'Hi all, Its with a heavy heart that due to a band member having to undergo a medical procedure in late September now, we are postponing our upcoming autumn tour til the new year. We are deeply sorry to have to do this but it's a must and its better in the long run. Please dont worry as all is well and we're all ok. We'll keep you all updated about the re-scheduled shows. All tickets purchased will be valid for the these dates. Once again, thanks for all your continued support and we'll see you down the front. Lots of love, ASIWYFA'
The band were due to play two shows at the Mandela Hall on November 30th but as yet no details of rescheduling have been announced.
Two Door Cinema Club, Noah And The Whale, Oberhofer, The Cast Of Cheers. Custom House Square, Belfast Thursday 24th August 2012
After Tom Jones (the novelty) and David Guetta (the instant sellout), this is the Belsonic that intrigues the most. As Alex Trimble happily points out, this is the third time Two Door Cinema Club have appeared at Belsonic - in 2009 they opened for Dizzee Rascal before a confused appearance the following year sandwiched between Major Lazer and Soulwax. For a band that have brought us so much joy, neither were particularly memorable.
Since that 2010 appearance, they’ve toured the world and sold a million copies of their debut album, playing Belfast just once along the way. Tonight has been a long time coming.
Therapy? have been confirmed as the headliners for the next GiftedLive gig at the Empire Music Hall, Belfast.
Fighting With Wire, The Original Rudeboys, Silhouette, Jason Clarke and Robert Vincent will all join the Larne rockers on Thursday the 4th of October, while Mojo Fury and Adela & the Meanits will provide pre-recorded performances to be displayed in the venue and streamed online between live performances.
Two Door Cinema Club have announced a headline gig at the O2, Dublin and a UK tour for early 2013.
The January/February dates are as follows:
January 19th - The O2, Dublin
January 24th - Newcastle Academy January 25th - Manchester Apollo January 28th - Southampton Guildhall January 29th - Nottingham Rock City January 31st - Cardiff University February 2nd - Birmingham Academy February 4th - Aberdeen Music Hall February 5th - Glasgow Barrowlands February 7th - Leeds Academy February 8th - London Brixton Academy
Tennents Vital Day 2 Stone Roses, Florence & the Machine, Rodrigo Y Gabriella, Maverick Sabre, Gerard I2 Boucher Playing Fields, Belfast Wednesday 22nd August 2012
It was always a tough sell. Foo Fighters are the quintessential festival band, well trained and reliable, an absolute banker. Stone Roses - well, we all know that Ian Brown misses more notes than he hits, we're told they don't get on behind the scenes and we know they haven't released a record in almost twenty years. But Vital are up for the cup, determined to make the most of it. The babysitters are booked after all.
It started with Strabane man, Gerard i2 with his blend of hip hop and electro breakdowns. He gives it his all, clearly enjoying every second, and although today sees a slower rush from the crowd he steadily gets people on board. Complemented by his drummer, array of samples and in your face backing tracks, Gerrard's fierce and passionate vocals shine through at all the right moments.
Tennents Vital Day 1 Foo Fighters, The Black Keys, The Cribs, The Minutes, Trucker Diablo Boucher Playing Fields, Belfast Tuesday 21st August 2012
Breathe a sigh of relief as you enter the site for the reborn Vital Festival. The premonitions of a grim, industrial wasteland are well wide of the mark. Mountains! Trees!
Minor traffic gripes aside (nothing compared to most Irish outdoor music events) it’s a great setting for day one of the biggest rock offering in the north this summer. Previous incarnations of Vital have illicited much head scratching over the occasionally confused line-ups, smacking of a ‘who’s-available-right-now?’ approach to booking but this is a serious, solid bill, all geared towards Dave Grohl’s travelling mega-circus.
As previously reported, CultureTechfestival is a four-day celebration of digital technology, media and music in Derry from the 29th of August until the 1st of September. Among the musical highlights are The Japanese Popstars, Duke Special, Arkeye performing the soundtrack of Drive and the Small Town America All-Dayer which will feature the likes of Little Bear, Conor Mason, Gascan Ruckus, General fiasco, Before Machines and many more.
There will also be music industry talks including Una Johnson (SXSW), Javier Lopex (MIDEM) and workshops on how to create a cheap music video, music sync sessions and electronic music production masterclasses.
In a statement on their facebook page, the band said, "So we are splitting up... It's been an awesome 4.5 years and Thank You to everyone who has listened, watched, cared, gave us a floor to sleep on etc. A big Thanks to Jen and Jonny! Keep 21st of September free to watch the "riffs hit the fan" for our last show ever! "
Details of the bands will final gig on 21st September have yet to be confimed.
So Vital hosts two of the biggest gigs of the summer while Belsonic has one of our favourite bands in the universe headlining on Thursday night. So what do we pick as our gig of the week? Tied to Machine's EP launch at Auntie Annies, of course!
The Banbridge four piece have come up with a sextet (that's six, right?) of noisy belters - 'Wookie' and 'Balotelli' getting a little ATL airplay in recent weeks. Beats 'n' rhymes loon BeeMickSee, the pleasantly nasty Event Horses and newbies 24 Broken Amps will make for a splendid evening altogether. But it's over to Tied to Machines for a more concise summary of what's in store:
'Riffs galore, Dublin grunge, North Coast mentalness and the future Lord Mayor of Belfast BeeMickSee...'
VerseChorusVerse has announced details of a speical charity gig in Belfast in September.
VeresChoruseVerse (AKA former And So I Watch You From Afar guitarist Tony Wright) will play Auntie Annies on Wednesday September 5th. He will joined by several members of A Plastic Rose, Katie & the Carnival, More Than Conquerors and Pretty Child Backfire for the gig, which is in aid of mental health and cancer charities.
The Bangor four-piece join Dublin's The Cast of Cheers, who are touring their second album, Family, released in July. The two bands wind their way through Ireland in September. Those important dates for your diary:
Salutations, well-informed individual: Brian Coney here. As I suspect you might already know, the weekend just past played host to two of the finest, most intimate festivals Northern Ireland has to offer: Stendhal and the ever enthralling Sunflowerfest. So, with an eye and two ears towards homegrown showcases and others like them next year, below are my pick of three upcoming Irish acts that deserve your unwavering attention in the meantime. Dig it.
24 Broken Amps - Sore Throat Having been rigorously touring right across the country for a while now, it would be a bit of an understatement to say Dublin grunge-punk trio 24 Broken Amps don't beat around the proverbial bush. Fronted by the victoriously vitriolic Billy Benner, the band’s raucous stripped-back onslaughts channel the likes of In Utero-era Nirvana, The Bronx and Nine Black Alps to forge a hugely energetic brand of no-frills, pretention-smashing punk rock. See ‘Sore Throat’ for confirmation.
Emeli Sandé, Foy Vance, Duke Special Custom House Square, Belfast Thurs 16th August 2012
August in Belfast has various traditions. One of the more modern ones is Belsonic, and unfortunately one of the older ones is rain, which is pretty much ever present this evening. It starts during opener Duke Special and continues in varying degrees of heaviness throughout the rest of the night.
It could have, should have been better for The Wonder Villains. In a strange way they're a great fit for this - a fun pop band eager to please, keen to contribute to a fine evening's entertainment. But they're on a little early (possibly because of their Sunflower Fest appearance later in the evening?) and make do with a mere handful of punters. A handful that lap it all up, of course. Every moment has its own charm - those old favourites and a couple of new tracks so instant they're strangely familiar. Eimear Coyle doesn't need a crowd - every show is drenched with the same levels of infectious enthusiasm. No show is ever a chore.
Neville Staples is a comparatively gentle warm up, The Specials singer returning to an event his band headlined last year, this time to walk us through a predictable yet completely apt selection of his reggae and ska influences. That said, we're hungry for interaction, the human touch. We need told what to do...
It’s hard to believe but only three years ago, Canadian duo Brian King and David Prowse aka Japandroids were a band on the verge of disappearing without coming to the (hip) world’s attention. With their would-be swansong debut Post-Nothing seeing them clasped from the jaws of anonymity, their new album, Celebration Rock, is nothing short of a breathless fulfilment of the two-piece’s restless, feel-good garage rock abandon. That said - having toured extensively in its wake - whether or not Japandroids’ otherwise euphoric approach translates in the sizable surroundings of Belfast’s Mandela Hall is another story altogether.
Culture Night 2012 have yet to reveal their full programme, but plan to have over 200 cultural events take place in Belfast on Friday September 21st. For more details on what's in store, visit the Facebook page here.
This week’s Gig of the Week is a huge gig, in fact it’s a bajillion gigs all crammed under the one banner, that of Sunflower Fest 2012. Taking place in the resplendently eccentric grounds of Tubby's Farm outside of Lisburn over three days, the festival has been on an impressive upward trajectory in recent years culminating in this, their most ambitious offering yet. Headliners include the likes of Duke Special, Scroobius Pip, Dreadzone and Republic of Loose as well as a burgeoning glutton of festival friendly local produce.
Wonder Villains: "We've never been to Sunflowerfest before but we heard lots about it last year so we're looking forward to going. Can't wait to see Duke Special! We love him and haven't seen him play in ages. And Pocket Billiards, they always bring the party! Yeo!"
Chris Savage, front man with Pocket Billiards: "Can't wait. It's a growing festival, getting bigger and better year on year and last year was pretty nuts, so hoping the atmosphere will be just as good this time around! Looking forward to catching Jape, Scroobius Pip and Dreadzone, plus there's lots of great local talent playing too."
Sunflowerfest takes place this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Tubbys Farm just outside of Lisburn.
Tied To Machines have released their new EP 'Carla' which you can listen to via the player below! The Banbridge / Belfast four piece who recorded 'Carla' at Start Together Studios with the help of Oppenhimer's Rocky O'Reilly have also announced EP launch shows, one at Ma Kellys in Ballycastle on August 18th and one at Auntie Annies on the 25th.
One word: relentless. From gates opening, Dillon Francis is bringing the noise before Kill the Noise...well, kills it. This is not a day for messing about - these guys don't do peaks and troughs - it's pretty much peaks and peaks from the outset. It's all building to an almighty racket, courtesy of a movement's conductor, the long haired king of dubstep.
If you can call it dubstep, of course. More realistically, what Skrillex (and everyone on this evening's bill for that matter) does is take the loudest, most dramatic and ludicrously bassy elements of every genre of electronic music and...well, it sounds like it's all being played at once. What you get is a neon mess of growls and FX, broken up by mere moments of reggae and dub, brief gasps of air before you're dragged back in. And it's brilliant.
Take Knife Party. Two guys from Pendulum, by their own admission doing 'exactly what they want'. You can tell - each song gets about 90 seconds before colliding with the next. To be fair, they have a remarkably impressive back catalogue for having existed barely a year - the warped reggae of 'Bonfire', the frazzled modem that is 'Internet Friends', their remix of Swedish House Mafia's 'Save the World' (and 'Antidote', their collaboration with same) all get a quick blast. Then there's growling monster 'Centipede' and the slightly intimidating 'Sleaze'. All at least hinted at, if barely played, punctuated by the encouragement of Dundrum MC (and we're not making that up) Gareth McGrillen - as if we needed it.
But they're here for Skrillex, of course. Several thousand of them - a mixture of the very young, the old enough to know better, some punk kids, rave monkeys and the curious. And how could you not be curious? A local hack has just described Skrillex as 'this generation's Nirvana'. It's not a ridiculous statement, either. Forgetting about the music for a bit (as quite a few floating voters are happy to do), this is quite the show. He's inside an actual spaceship, for a start. Conducting flame throwers, smoke canons, two cinema screens and a seemingly random array of lights. When it starts to rain, it's suggested Skrillex is responsible, syncing the weather with his music. Nothing would surprise us.
As for the music - well, we're running out of adjectives at this point. A countdown, 'Right In' and 'Ruffneck' set the tone nicely, with the likes of 'Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites' and 'My Name is Skrillex' illustrating quite well how most of this guys music starts off nice before turning rather nasty. He'll rework Flux Pavillion, Avicii and Nero along the way, throwing in the occasional greeting and only once putting a foot wrong - his VJ's decision to incorporate a tricolour into those visuals was a little naïve.
Still though, what a night. Colourful, random, distressing and insane all at once. Belsonic - out of the blocks like Usain Bolt.
This year's Arthurs Day on September 27th will see a host of big names brought to small pubs throughout Northern Ireland. Music fans are being given the chance to vote up until September 16th to bring their faviourte arists to their local pub to play a free gig.
Acts already announced to be part of the celebrations include the likes of Example, Tinie Tempah, Ellie Goulding, Mika, Professor Green, Fatboy Slim, Texas and Amy Macdonald with more to follow in the coming weeks.
Ciaran Lavery has announced a string of Scottish tour dates with fellow songsmith Stevie Scullion AKA Malojian. The pair will be playing 7 shows over 5 days between the 21st and 25th of August including 3 as part of the Edinburugh Fringe Festival.
Ciaran released two EP's at the end of 2011, 'To the Maker Of Things' and 'You Will Be A Stranger Now' and has just recorded his first full length LP with no release date yet set.
A new stage featuring the finalists from the Tennents UnTapped competition has just been announced at this years Tennents Vital. The Tennent's Bar stage will host a series of intimate and acoustic gigs from a total of eleven acts over the two days of the festival.
Axis Of, Hornets, BeeMickSee Voodoo, Belfast Saturday 11th August 2012
It’s the last night of the Olympics (at least in the stadium), and we’re being forced to confront the prospect of real life again. But there’s still one final lap to go, and BeeMickSee is in the athletic mood, roaming about the venue, getting into the faces of his audience. He and his fellow MC certainly put the effort in, with co-ordinated dance routines and perpetual motion from both as they interact with the crowd, at one point calling for (and getting) a human pyramid formed. Lyrically, rabble-rousing forms a large part of BeeMickSee’s repertoire, with local references, slang and phrases dotted throughout. I’m still not sure about those sunglasses indoors at night, though.
English Rapper / Producer Labrinth will be bringing his unique ability to predict earthquakes to the The Limelight for a headline gig on October 29th.
The gig features as part of a previously annouced 8 date UK tour throughout October with Belfast now being the final date. His debut album 'Electronic Earth' was released back in April and featured colaborations with the likes of Tinie Tempah and Emelie Sandé.
The duo consisting of producers James Ford and Jas Shaw formely of the band Simian have been creating music together under the SMD mantle since 2005 and released their 3rd LP 'Unpatterns' back in May of this year.
Support acts for the night are as yet unconfirmed.
Morning Claws will play their last ever show this weekend at Auntie Annies in Belfast.
Songwriter and frontman Paul McIver announced that last week's Forfey festival appearance and this show will spell the end for the band whose well-received singles include 'Slack Magic' and 'Fight for Your Friends'. Speaking to ATL, McIver revealed he will relocate to London and continue to make music in a more electronica-tinged vein.
The Belfast-based five piece will be supported at the gig on Saturday night by Third Man Theme.
Always nice to get out of Belfast for our gig of the week - especially to a venue with such an awesome name. This Friday at The Goat's Toe, Bangor sees a homecoming for Kowalski, who'll play alongside one of the most talked about singer-songwriters of the moment - Gareth Dunlop and the ever reliable Colly Strings. Triple trouble!
Here's Paddy (dreamboat, pictured) from Kowalski with your formal invite....
'We are really excited to be playing in our home town again, it's been over 2 years since the last one (Cafe Ceol). We think the Goat's Toe is a great venue for it! Delighted to have Colly Strings and Gareth Dunlop to support, CTRL DJ's will provide us with some banging party tunes to close the night, can't wait!!'
Gig in the Garden 4th August 2012 Minnowburn, Shaws Bridge
Given the weather recently, the National Trust’s Gig in the Garden must be thanking their lucky stars, as it happened to fall on one of the few gorgeous days we have had this summer. Quite rightly pitched as a ‘unique location’, the Rose Garden in Minnowburn is situated high amongst the tree tops on a hill, offering absolutely breathtaking views of Belfast. The ‘mini-festival’ was complete with local food and drink, surreal sculptures (by local chainsaw artist Ivan McNally), music and activities for kids. Not having any kids myself, I tend to shy away from ‘family friendly’ events- simply because it can often mean ‘families only’. This was not the case here- the kids doing crafts and playing on hula hoops (and trying on Katie and the Carnival’s unicorn head) only added to the already chilled summer atmosphere.
It's that noisy time of the week again where they let this crazed red-head loose on the airwaves to bring you some delectably decibel-filled tunes and this week we have a great mix of stoner rock, something a bit light and fluffy and some suitably angry hardcore to the balance the scales. All in all a glorious assault on your aural cavities!
Formed from the ashes of Oceanfall, Third Harvest and Stoned Messiah, Astralnaut are no strangers to gigging and have united in a bond or bluesy stoned rock. They say that their inspirations are the finer things in life - rocking tunes, whiskey and beer. The debut Ep Back To The Bog was released recently and will appeal to fans of the likes of local doom laden legends Slomatics.
It may only be in the second year of its lifespan but Tanglewood Festival seems to have filled a much needed gap in the Co. Down live music market. With a decent line-up of well gigged acts from around the country and a merciful sun god allowing the day not to be a washout things look set to go according to plan.
After a slightly ropey start with some car park confusion and a few bands carrying equipment across soggy fields the grounds of Narrow Water Castle slowly fill up at the now larger field site. The ambitious 3000 capacity field provides ample room for festival goers to frolic around and experience a host of live music, drama, comedy and even the odd bit of burlesque cabaret if that’s what floats your boat. With so much on offer it’s a shame then the vast majority of people don’t seize the opportunity to make a day of it, instead flocking in around 6 or 7pm missing some great acts and leaving the site with a fairly sparse audience for the first few hours
The Foyle Folk Festival returns to Derry/Londonderry this September for it's 5th year with Andy Irvine headlining the event. The festival takes place at the Cafe Soul Courtyard off Shipquay Place on Saturday, September 15th.
Also confirmed for the event are Cashier No. 9 (acoustic), Farriers, Robyn G Shiels, Our Krypton Son, The Ard Ri Band, Paddy Nash And The Happy Enchiladas, Junior Johnson, Little Hooks, The Murder Balladeers, Roy Arbuckle And Friends, Declan McLaughlin, Ronan Kearney, Teknopeasant, Ivana McKinnon, Tillie And Henderson and Conor McAteer.
The indie-rockers will be the ATL 'house band' on Monday night, playing three songs live and chatting about their second full album.
The band will then launch the 'Fossils' album with a gig in the Limelight on August 9th then in the Workman's Club, Dublin on August 15th both alongside Master and Dog. They will also play Sunflowerfest on August 19th at Tubby's Farm, Hillsborough.
A single 'The Worrier' is currently available.
Check out the stream of 'Fossils' via the player below!
Keane have announced a 9 date UK and Ireland tour throughout November and December. The Sussex band released their 4th album 'Strangeland' earlier this year and will be playing both the Dublin Olympia Theatre on November 21st and the Belfast Waterfront Auditorium on the 22nd
Chic feat. Nile Rodgers Mandela Hall, Belfast Wednesday August 1st
Expectation was sky high, irritatingly so. Whether you've waited thirty odd years since Nile Rodgers started releasing music with his partner Bernard Edwards under the name 'Chic' or three years after seeing (or hearing about) a legendary, break through Electirc Picnic performance, the general consensus was: tonight shall be the gig of the year. Decade, even. And too much excitement is a bad thing, of course. That feeling of anti-climax - it's can be a real killer.
Yet here we are, losing our minds on a Wednesday night, creating the type of appreciative din you hear at a mere handful of shows every lifetime. It's astonishing, really - every song is glorious, every solo a treat, every single second unmissable. That opening trio, for a start - 'Everybody Dance', 'Dance Dance Dance' and 'I Want Your Love'. Barely fifteen minutes into the set, it's already incredible. Nile Rodgers reminds us Chic are not a cover band - these tracks he helped create, performing on the originals, writing those wonderful hooks. And so follows 'I'm Coming Out' and 'Upside Down'. This isn't a greatest hits of Chic, it's a greatest hits of….music.
The line up in full looks a little something like this: Francois K; Todd Terje; Prins Thomas; The 2 Bears; Darshan Jesrani (Metro Area); Optimo; Crazy P (Dj); The Revenge; Space Dimension Controller; A-Skillz; Stevie G; The Drifter; Big Dish Go; Tu-Ki; Steve Manning; Mother and John Mahon.
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