Sunday Tribune writer Una Mulally has been named as presenter of a new TG4 indie rock show to run early in the new year.
The series, entitled Ceol Ar An Imeall (Music On The Edge) will run for ten weeks, beginning on Thursday January 14, at 23.45. It is produced by Red Shoe productions and directed by Pascal Cassidy.
The series promises Irish and international music videos and interviews with 'some of the biggest names in indie music'.
"Alongside those elements is a brilliant live line-up of Irish bands covering the entire spectrum of Irish music today, from rock to pop, avant-garde electronica to disco, indie to some of the countries best singer songwriters," a spokesperson revealed.
Adrian Crowley, Heathers, Delorentos, Channel One and Bitches With Wolves are named among the acts who will feature.
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