NewsBreaking newsLifestyleEntertainmentPrima Volta Music Festival this weekendBy Eric Fitzgerald – October 1, 2014 632 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleGovernment consultant kept three Limerick brothelsNext articleAnother top award for Shannon airport Eric Fitzgeraldhttp://www.limerickpost.ieEric writes for the Entertainment Pages of Limerick Post Newspaper and edits the music blog www.musiclimerick.com where you can watch and listen to music happening in the city and beyond. Twitter TAGSfeaturedfull-image Email WhatsApp Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April First Irish death from Coronavirus Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended Advertisement Facebook Linkedin Finding that perfect boom bap beatAnother weekend in Limerick’s City of Culture year brings another exciting new festival to the city. The Prima Volta Music Festival is a three day music festival which takes place this weekend. The festival is organised by a collective of Limerick musicians, promoters and producers within the city in association with City Of Culture and features some exciting new underground acts and labels from around the world.by Eric [email protected] Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Fatima performs on Saturday October 4Prima Volta, the name was conjured up by the ever creative John Lillis, AKA DJ/ producer mynameisj0hn. In a piece of music, a part performed prima volta is a part performed one time and one time only. Limerick’s Prima Volta Music Festival this weekend October 3 to 5 is also a one time chance to see some of the most creative new producers, performers, labels and DJs from the UK, US and beyond perform together over one weekend in the same city. Organiser Peter Curtin helped Limerick Post with their many enquiries this week.The festival will feature live performances, DJ sets and film screenings with a chance to meet the acts at a lunchtime get-together on Saturday. Peter Curtin explains,“There is something there for everyone, if you like dance, definitely the Friday night will be your cup of tea with DJs, producers and an MC, so there will be a live element to it also. Saturday night’s show is with the Eglo Records Live Band with headliner Fatima, whicch could be described as a jazz group. The DJs on the night will be playing all kinds of music. It’s a dream lineup to have, couldn’t ask for better. In the space of three days you can see a variety of acts that have been playing all the major festivals – lot of these acts played together at Dimensions Festival in Croatia. There were great reports about them from there.”Friday (Stray)PRIMA Volta have invited the groundbreaking Hoya:Hoya club night, one of the most prestigious club-nights in Europe to Limerick, hosts to some of the most innovative DJs and producers around. Along with regular Hoya:Hoya DJs including Jonny Dub, Ninja Tune’s Illum Sphere and Jon K, the night will feature Stray, a rising star of the electronic scene.Stray is championed by tastemakers D-Bridge and Giles Peterson, the London based producer came through the drum & bass scene in 2009. His recent ‘Matchsticks’ EP and ‘Chatterbox’ EP on Exit Records showcase his soulful and melodic beat excursions. Hoya:Hoya happens in Dolan’s this Friday 3.Saturday (Film Premier)the Limerick Theatre and Performance Hub (on Cecil Street) will screen the Irish premier of the LA’s Low End Theory documentary, entitled ‘Looking For The Perfect Beat’ at 6pm. An intimate documentary of artists such as Gaslamp Killer, Ras G and Flying Lotus in their studios, it was filmed throughout the summer of 2013. There will be a Q&A with the film’s producer Low and End Theory founder Daddy Kev after the screening.Saturday Night(Eglo Records)LONDON’S Eglo Records takeover Dolan’s and bring their artist roster covering everything from soul, jazz, disco to house. Headline act Fatima will perform with the Eglo Live Band along with DJs Alexander Nut, DJ Kutmah and Daddy Kev.Fatima is a Swedish born, UK based singer on Eglo Records the London-based record label founded by Alexander Nut and Floating Points. Her album ‘Yellow Memories’ was released earlier this year to massive critical acclaim and has been lauded as one of the finest and most forward thinking records of 2014. Eglo Records takeover happens at Dolan’s this Saturday October 4.Sunday (Wrap Party)SUNDAY 5 is a more relaxed affair at Mickey Martin’s laneway. Headlining on the big soundsystem is all-round music lover LeFtO from Brussels. LeFtO’s music is firmly rooted in jazz and hip hop. His passion for jazz resulted in a remix album for Blue Note and a mix for the Ninja Tune Solid Steel series.Alongside the headliners will be performances from local DJs, this passionately curated festival should see all music lovers find their perfect boom bap beat. Peter has the final word, “The acts know each other well and the music will go together well. It is a thought out lineup of 10 acts that will flow from the Friday night to the closing wrap party.”The Prima Volta Music Festival runs from Friday 3 to Sunday 5 in Dolan’s and Mickey Martin’s Bar. Shannondoc operating but only by appointment No vaccines in Limerick yet Print Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL
“If theres any kind of chemicals or paint on your trees we can’t take those because it will contaminate the compost and obviously we can’t take your fake trees just your regular run of the mill pine trees,” said Brewer. That compost will then be made available to the community just in time for the spring growing season. From there the county will take those dead trees and break them down, turning them into compost. “The compost will be available to all residents in the Spring,” Brewer said. “It’s meant for just residential purposes and you can come pick it up any time in the spring,” said Brewer. “There’s two drop offs for the county,” said Jessica Brewer, Materials Recovery Manager for Broome County. “You can come to the landfill directly and we have a roll off bin or you can take it to Grippen Park” Brewer said. Brewer also says to make sure your tree hasn’t been treated with chemicals, and is real, before dropping it off. ENDICOTT (WBNG) — The Broome County Division of Solid Waste Management is happy to take your Christmas Tree off your hands. Brewer says the county asks that you remove all decorations before dropping the tree off. The county will be accepting trees until the end of January
Interim Hearts of Oak head coach, Edward Odoom, has praised the mental strength and toughness of the team’s players after their Week 5 victory at Liberty Professionals in the Ghana Premier League.The Phobians struck twice in the last five minutes of the match to win 2-1 in Dansoman after conceding a 1st minute goal from Michael Sefa.Bernard Arthur and Kofi Kordzi got the goals for Hearts as they went unbeaten in three league matches. After the match, Odoom highlighted just how strong his team was on the day.“We are a work in progress at the moment and the players are showing determination, good character and the will to win.In terms of the tactics we used to win today’s match, we went with something similar to what we did at WAFA. We defended deeply but we decided to edge a counter-attacking threat to us and on play on the break.”After a tough start to the league that saw them losing their first two matches to Berekum Chelsea and Medeama, Hearts are now on 7 points after getting wins against Dwarfs and Liberty and a draw at WAFAThey face arch rivals, Asante Kotoko, in their next Ghana Premier League in Accra on January 26.