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Le Galaxie & BARQ will perform songs from Apocalypse Now and Pulp Fiction around the country

Le Galaxie & BARQ will perform songs from Apocalypse Now and Pulp Fiction around the country

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The Smithwick’s Soundtrack Series is a series of live gigs across Ireland featuring two of Ireland’s best bands, Le Galaxie and BARQ, performing the songs and score of their respective favourite soundtracks.

Le Galaxie have reimagined songs and the score from Francis Ford Coppolla’s classic war movie Apocalypse Now including The Doors’ ‘The End’, ‘Ride of the Valkyries’ and new pieces for existing scenes like Saigon and Kurtz Compound.

BARQ have reinterpreted the classic soundtrack from Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction including Misirlou, ‘Son Of A Preacher Man’, ‘Jungle Boogie’ and ‘Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon’.

Each date is €15 entry via smithwicks.eventbrite.ie with a free pint of Smithwick’s at the bar and I’ll be DJing after BARQ’s gigs while Sally Cinnamon is DJing with Le Galaxie.

Le Galaxie performing Apocalypse Now supported by Sally Cinnamon

Friday 13th October – Whelan’s, Dublin
Friday 10th November – Cyprus Avenue, Cork
Friday 24th November – Black Box, Belfast

BARQ performing Pulp Fiction supported by Nialler9

Tuesday 17th October – Dolans, Limerick
Thursday 2nd November – Opium Room, Dublin
Friday 3rd November – Fiddlers Creek, Sligo

See Also
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Apocalypse Now intro: The Doors, The End {1979}
Pulp Fiction - Dance Scene (HQ)

I’ve made a Spotify playlist of great movie songs to mark the occasion.


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