CMAT x Other Voices

"I will now be beginning a campaign to get Harrington's a Michelin Star" 🌟 CMAT stopped by the iconic Harrington's Chipper in Dingle to play some tunes, have a chat and of course taste some local delicacies.
October 12, 2021
War Horse | Live at Other Voices 19
Mark Lanegan
Rock hero Mark Lanegan made a very welcome return to the Other Voices stage last December. Here is the incredible 'War Horse' from that iconic live set.

rock, alternative

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I Don't Really Care For You | OV 19
CMAT
The Queen of alt-country CMAT has made waves in the past 18 months with a string of sharp-witted + irresistibly catchy releases. Here's the brilliant 'I Don't Really Care For You' from her sensational OV 19 performance.

Country, indie, alternative, pop

OV 19

The Author | OV 19
Luz
Young singer-songwriter Luz gave a flawless performance on her Other Voices debut last December, cementing herself as one of the most exciting new voices around. Take a moment out to enjoy this dreamy performance of 'The Author'.

Pop, Singer-songwriter, alternative

OV 19

Swallow | OV 19
Sun Collective
Last December chamber-folk act Sun Collective gave a stunning performance in Dingle as part of Other Voices 19. We're delighted to share Swallow from that special night.

alternative

OV 19

Personal History | OV 19
Ailbhe Reddy
Firmly established as one of Ireland's sharpest songwriters, Ailbhe Reddy flexed her impressive performance credentials last December with a staggering live set for Other Voices Series 19. Her delicate yet powerful set was filled with slacker-pop bangers from brilliant debut album 'Personal History'. This live version of its title track was a standout moment.

Indie, slacker-pop, alternative, rock

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Sing All Our Cares Away | OV 19
Damien Dempsey
19 years after he played the very first Other Voices, Dublin's finest Damien Dempsey made a welcome return to the Church of St James last December. Here's the anthemic Sing All Our Cares Away from that special night.

Rock, Pop, Traditional, Folk, Reggae

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Stop and Listen | OV 19
Peter Broderick
Pioneering multi-instrumentalist Peter Broderick closed the show at OV 19 in style with a performance full of fun, light and even mouth trumpets. Here is Stop and Listen from his headline set in the Church of St James.

alternative, experimental, Avant-garde

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How | OV x GIAF
NewDad
Indie-dream-pop quartet NewDad played a blistering set on their OV debut in their hometown for Other Voices Courage at Galway International Arts Festival. Here's the live version of the dreamy 'How' from that unforgettable night.

Dream pop, shoegaze, indie, lo-fi

Other Voices Courage at Galway International Arts Festival
NewDad
Mick Flannery & Susan O'Neill
Mick Flannery
Susan O'Neill
Tolü Makay
Join us at 9pm on Fri 3 September as together with Galway International Arts Festival we bring you 'Courage' live from St Nicholas' Church in Galway City.

Alternative, rock, pop,

I Have a Love | OV 19
For Those I Love
Last December, For Those I Love performed a powerful, prescient + mesmerising set in the Church of St James for OV 19. We are so honoured to share the immaculate 'I Have A Love' with you from that unforgettable night.

Electronic, Spoken Word, indie

OV 19

Trouble Live | OV 19
Mick Flannery & Susan O'Neill
Mick Flannery
Susan O'Neill
Ahead of their performance at Other Voices Galway, we're delighted to share the gorgeous live version of the new single 'Trouble' by Susan O'Neill and Mick Flannery. This special performance was recorded in Dingle as part of Other Voices Series 19.

singer-songwriter, rock, pop

OV 19

All The Leaves Are Falling
Nealo
Dublin hip-hop sensation Nealo invited us into the beautiful + emotional world of his debut record at OV 19 with this moving performance of the title track All The Leaves Are Falling.

Hip-Hop, Rap, Jazz, experimental

OV 19

Black Waterside | OV 19
Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh
Gerry O'Beirne
Last December we were treated to a music masterclass by two for the greats: multi-award winning traditional singer Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh & renowned singer-songwriter, record producer and guitarist Gerry O'Beirne. Here's the Black Waterside from that memorable performance.

traditional

OV 19

Lungs | OV 19
Conchúr White
Armagh surrealist singer-songwriter Conchúr White made a glorious Other Voices debut last December with a soothing, stripped-back set. Here's the gorgeous Lungs from that sublime performance.

indie, pop, alternative, singer-songwriter

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No Summer | OV 19
Cinder Well
Amelia Baker (Cinder Well) brought her own unique blend of transatlantic folk music to West Kerry for her Other Voices debut in December 2020 bringing Jim Ghedi and Lankum's Cormac MacDiarmada along for the ride. From that performance here is No Summer.

Folk, alternative, avant-garde,

OV 19

Day Out Of Time | OV 19
Aoife Nessa Frances
Last December Aoife Nessa Frances played a dreamy set from the Hillgrove as part of Other Voices Series 19. Here's the glorious Day Out Of Time from that very special performance.

Rock, Alternative, Folk

OV 19

Donaghmede | OV 19
Pillow Queens
Pillow Queens took over the Church of St James last December as part of OV 19. Here is the stunning Donaghmede from that unforgettable performance.

Indie, Pop, Rock, Alternative

OV 19

Pillow Queens Interview | OV 19
Pillow Queens
Before their incredible set at the Church of St James last December we caught up with Pillow Queens to talk music, politics and Other Voices.

Indie, Alternative, Rock, Pop

OV 19, Interviews

Séamus & Caoimhe Ui Fhlatharta | OV 19
Séamus & Caoimhe Uí Fhlatharta
Séamus & Caoimhe Ui Fhlatharta stole everyone's hears last year with their stunning sean-nós set. Enjoy this special performance from the exceptionally talented duo.

Sean-nós, Traditional

OV 19

An File | Dyrt live at Ireland's Edge 2020
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Poet and rapper Dyrt assumes the form of the Irish god of poetry Ogma in his fast and free-flowing performance from Ireland’s Edge 2020, where he brilliantly and originally brings to life the legends and myths of Irish folklore. On Ireland’s Edge - The Podcast, Dyrt talks about the inspiration behind the piece, his own fascination with Irish myth and legend, the power of the spoken word, and how poetry and rap changed his life. Listen here : https://spoti.fi/3inUd7k

Irelands Edge

Ireland's Edge - The Known World - Highlights
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In this era of contested truths we invited some of the country's most compelling and illuminating voices from a range of disciplines to explore what we know now and how we know it. Take a look back at these pertinent, far-seeing discussions and captivating musical performances: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcm09... Featuring: Featuring: Orla Hegarty, Assistant Prof UCD / Roisin Kiberd, Author, Professor Aoife McLysaght, TCD / Dr David Kenny - Assistant Professor, School of Law, Trinity College Dublin / Diarmaid Ferriter, Professor, UCD School of History / Síobhra Quinlan - Co-curator - Ireland's Edge / Muireann Kelliher - Co-curator - Ireland's Edge / With music from the otherworldly Rachael Lavelle + the fresh new voice of drill in Ireland Fay'd The Known World was created by our ideas strand Ireland's Edge with kind support from Intel. Music courtesy of Sorcha Richardson + David Curley of The Clinic Recording Studios, Dublin

Irelands Edge

Chaos theory + Taylor Swift: Sinéad O’Sullivan| Ireland's Edge 2020
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What is creativity, what is the process of creativity? Sinéad O’Sullivan is an aerospace engineer from Armagh who worked on the planning for human missions to Mars at NASA. She’s also worked at Harvard Business School and MIT’s Sloan School of Management where she has applied chaos and complexity theories to everything from tech startups to music, a focus that reflects her interest in creativity. Last year she collaborated on a mini-opera about climate change disinformation entitled ‘Unexpected Changes’. At Ireland’s Edge, Sinéad, a self proclaimed Taylor Swift stan, spoke with music journalist Jim Carroll about AI, creativity and what makes the perfect pop hit. You can listen to Sinead + Jim's discussion in podcast format on the brand new Ireland's Edge - The Podcast series: https://shows.acast.com/irelands-edge Ireland's Edge Available Light/Solas was possible thanks to the support of the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Kerry County Council, Intel Ireland, IMRO, Jones Engineering Group and the Skelling Hotel, Dingle.

Irelands Edge

32 Words for Field: Manchán Magan | Ireland's Edge 2020
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What can we make of a language that has 32 words for field? Writer and broadcaster Manchán Magan encountered the remarkable richness of the Irish language as a young child, and his grandmother Sighle was determined that he would learn to speak it in the place where it was the common language of daily life. This was Muiríoch in the west Kerry Gaeltacht, where Manchán spent his childhood holidays in his grandmother’s house. The Irish he learned there dates back to a time when the multiplicity of words for objects, actions, ideas and feelings reflected a way of life with a profound appreciation for the natural world. In Dingle Manchán spoke with Ireland’s Edge founder and Emmy winning writer and director Nuala O’Connor about his new book, 32 Words for Field: Lost Words of the Irish Landscape. You can also listen to this fascinating discussion in podcast form on the brand new Ireland's Edge - The Podcast series: https://spoti.fi/3hiR746

Irelands Edge

Senator Lynn Ruane, Prof. John O Halloran + Billy Mag Fhloinn | Ireland's Edge 2020
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How should a year of disrupted learning change how we think about education? The Covid-19 pandemic led to months of school and university closures that forced young people, and their parents and teachers, to adapt to different ways of learning. Despite enormous effort, patience, and creativity, cracks have shown. More than a century on from Pádraig Pearse's famous call for a more progressive and holistic approach to education, rigid exams and entrenched inequalities still too often persist. Ireland’s Edge host Chris Kissane discusses radical change with leading voices in education featuring the Acting President of University College Cork, John O’Halloran, Dublin University Senator, Lynne Ruane, and folklore lecturer Billy Mag Fhloinn. You can also listen to this fascinating discussion in podcast form on the brand new Ireland's Edge - The Podcast series: https://spoti.fi/3h8IvwP

Irelands Edge

Chief Justice Frank Clarke + David Kenny | Ireland's Edge 2020
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Supreme court justices can often seem remote and mysterious, cloaked by their position and their commitments to impartiality. But recent controversies over judicial behaviour, appointments and independence have reminded us that judges are never removed from the societies they serve. In Poland, Britain, and the United States, supreme courts have found themselves at the centre of bitter political conflicts, while the enforcement of lockdowns and quarantines have made us all think more about the importance of the courts in upholding the rule of law and protecting our liberties. After a year in which our supreme court came under perhaps unprecedented public scrutiny, it seems more important than ever for us to learn more about its judges. At Ireland’s Edge, Dr David Kenny, Associate Professor of Law at Trinity College Dublin, speaks to the Chief Justice of Ireland Mr Frank Clarke. Ireland's Edge Available Light/Solas was possible thanks to the support of the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Kerry County Council, Intel Ireland, IMRO, Jones Engineering Group and the Skelling Hotel, Dingle.

Irelands Edge

Rhiannon Giddens in conversation | Ireland's Edge 2020
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Once referred to as a ‘performing historian’ Rhiannon Giddens is a musician from Greensboro, North Carolina whose career has ranged from folk to country, blues to gospel, opera to R&B. Her old-time string band, the Carolina Chocolate Drops have received 6 Grammy nominations, winning in 2010 for their album Genuine Negro Jig. In 2017 Rhiannon received a MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant for ‘reclaiming African American contributions to folk and country music and bringing to light new connections between music from the past and the present’. At Ireland’s Edge, she speaks to music journalist Jim Carroll about race, influence and appropriation of African-American music, and cross-cultural collaboration all through the story of the banjo in the United States. Available Light/Solas was possible thanks to the support of the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Kerry County Council, Intel Ireland, IMRO, Jones Engineering Group and the Skelling Hotel, Dingle.

Irelands Edge

Susan O'Neill Interview | OV 19
Susan O'Neill

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OV 19, Interviews

Angel From Montgomery | #Courage2020
Susan O'Neill
Mick Flannery
Mick Flannery & Susan O'Neill
Taken from their stunning 'Courage' performance this version of Angel From Montgomery is available as part of a brand new three-track EP by Mick Flannery + Susan O'Neill which is out now on all streaming platforms.

Courage 2020

For Those I Love Interview | OV 19
For Those I Love
"I'm very proud to be able to stand on a stage and just shout about how much I love my friends and my family, how thankful I am for the area that raised me and for the empathy that it instilled in me." Last December before his powerful Other Voices performance, David Balfe (For Those I Love) sat down with MayKay to talk about the origins of his generation-defining debut album. Watch For Those I Love's full Other Voices performance now worldwide: https://bit.ly/3w4ciLV

OV 19, Interviews

Damien Dempsey Interview | OV 19
Damien Dempsey
Ahead of his epic return to the Church of St James on this week's Other Voices, we're delighted to share a brand new interview with the one + only Damien Dempsey. The ever gracious Damo chats to May Kay about music, his roots, and his amazing collaborations with Maser.

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Hozier Interview | OV 19
Hozier
Last December, before his surprise Other Voices set, Hozier sat down with May Kay to discuss what makes Other Voices so special and why he keeps coming back.

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OV 19, Interviews

Anseo (Remix) | Other Voices: Home
Denise Chaila
The unstoppable Denise Chaila and Jafaris premiered the brand new Anseo Remix live during Other Voices: Home at the Guinness Storehouse on 16 December 2020. See more highlights from Home here: https://www.othervoices.ie/content/ov-home-highlights   This show was brought to you in partnership with the Guinness Storehouse with the support of Tourism Ireland.

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Home Boys Home | OV 18
Mary Wallopers
This video was recorded in late February 2020 in Ballina, Co. Mayo by Tiny Ark for Other Voices. A special thank you to the Moy Search and Rescue!

OV Mayo, OV 18

Undertow | #Courage2020
Lisa Hannigan
On Thursday 7th of May, Lisa Hannigan performed a magnificent, uplifting concert for you live from The National Gallery of Ireland. Enjoy this beautiful recording of 'Undertow' featuring Loah.  See more highlights from Courage here: https://www.othervoices.ie/content/courage-2020-highlights Performances from Courage were broadcast worldwide, free of charge, thanks to the support of the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Intel and RTÉ.

Courage 2020

Dynamite | #Courage2020
Saint Sister
Saint Sister performed in the Guildhall Derry as part of #Courage2020.

Courage 2020

Christmas Time in Ireland, 1974 | O Holy Night | Other Voices: Home
Eimear Quinn
Joseph O'Connor
Award-winning Irish writer Joe O'Connor recited a specially commissioned piece of poetry for Other Voices: Home at the Guinness Storehouse. Eimear Quinn also performed a stunning version of O Holy Night as part of this very special Christmas livestream on 16 December 2020. 

OV Home

Óíche Chiúin (Silent Night) | Other Voices: Home
Loah
Jack O'Rourke
Villagers
Eimear Quinn
Crash Ensemble
Loah, Jack O'Rourke, Villagers, Eimear Quinn, John Sheahan and Crash Ensemble all came together  to perform a very special rendition of Óíche Chiúin (Silent Night) for Other Voices: Home at the Guinness Storehouse on 16 December 2020.  See more highlights from Home here: https://www.othervoices.ie/content/ov-home-highlights This show was brought to you in partnership with the Guinness Storehouse with the support of Tourism Ireland.

OV Home

Last Christmas | Other Voices: Home
Villagers
Villagers performed a very special rendition of Last Christmas especially for Other Voices: Home at the Guinness Storehouse on 16 December 2020.  See more highlights from Home here: https://www.othervoices.ie/content/ov-home-highlights This show was brought to you in partnership with the Guinness Storehouse with the support of Tourism Ireland.

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Home Boys Home | Other Voices: Home
Mary Wallopers
Dundalk's finest folk trio The Mary Wallopers performed their version of Home Boys during Other Voices: Home at the Guinness Storehouse on 16 December 2020. `See more highlights from Home here: https://www.othervoices.ie/content/ov-home-highlights This show was brought to you in partnership with the Guinness Storehouse with the support of Tourism Ireland.

OV Home

The Wife of Michael Cleary | #Courage2020
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Maija Sofia performs 'The Wife of Michael Cleary' in Killruddery House as part of #Courage2020.  Maija Sofia is a singer, writer and recording artist from rural Galway. See more highlights from Courage here: https://www.othervoices.ie/content/courage-2020-highlights Thanks to the Department of Culture, Heritage & the Gaeltacht, IMRO Ireland and RTE.

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Mo Ghile Mear | #Courage2020
Iarla O'Lionaird
Enjoy 'Mo Ghile Mear' from Iarla Ó Lionáird and Steve Cooney's #Courage2020 performance in the National Gallery of Ireland last Tuesday. See more highlights from Courage here: https://www.othervoices.ie/content/courage-2020-highlights #Courage2020 is supported by Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Intel Ireland and RTÉ.

Courage 2020

Other Voices x Shookrah | #Courage2020
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Shookrah are a five piece outfit based in Cork, serving fresh helpings of synth-grooves, interruptive hooks and dystopian romance-themed songs. This video was filmed in February 2020 during Other Voices Ballina in County Mayo, Ireland.

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A President's Call | #COURAGE2020
Iarla O'Lionaird

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Deep Blue | #COURAGE2020
Mango x MathMan

Courage 2020

Anahorish (Live from Berlin) | #COURAGE2020
Lisa Hannigan
In July 2019, Lisa Hannigan joined us in Berlin for a very special concert to celebrate the State Visit of President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins to the Federal Republic of Germany. We are delighted to bring you 'Anahorish' from that very concert. The beautiful Seamus Heaney poem was set to music by Lisa and included in her magnificent, critically acclaimed third record 'At Swim'. 

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Heartbreaks & Promises | #COURAGE2020
Mango x MathMan
See more highlights from Courage here: https://www.othervoices.ie/content/courage-2020-highlights

Courage 2020

Warped Window | COURAGE2020
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Here's Anna Mieke with 'Warped Window' to ease you into the weekend. You may recognise this song from the first episode 'Normal People'. Enjoy this beautiful performance by Anna Mieke, recorded in the IMRO Ireland Other Room in Dingle last December. 

Courage 2020