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Outsideleft Week in Music: It's Shark-Shark Week

We're hearing from... John Cale, Brainstory, Diamanda Galas, Frances Quinlan, Jay Wires, Delerium, Common, JD Pinkus, Rapsody, The Harlem Gospel Travelers, Swampmeat Family Band, DIIV, Georgia Ruth, Wooden Wand, Malice Machine, Leif Vollebekk, Joe Ely & Front Line Assembly

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The Power of Culture and Heritage: Fusion of Folklore and Music

A hip pocket guide to the interwoven nature of folklore and folk music

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Noodles and Ketchup

Alan Rider exhumes the rotten corpse of the music business with Telegraph music journalist and author of 'Bodies', Ian Winwood

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Outsideleft Night Out: Swampmeat Family Duo

The Outsideleft Night Out returns to Corks on Friday June 7th

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The publication of Kathleen Hanna's punk memoir put Toon Traveller in mind of just how great Viv Albertine's Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys, is.


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If Outsideleft had arms they would always be wide open and welcoming to new writers and new ideas. If you've got something to say, something a small dank corner of the world needs to know about, a poem to publish, a book review, a short story, if you love music or the arts or anything else, write something about it and send it along. Of course we don't have anything as conformist as a budget here. But we'd love to see what you can do. Write for Outsideleft, do. [SUBMISSIONS FORM HERE]


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