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Donal Dineen making it on the outside

Dineen is hoping to revive the cult following of his early-1990s music show No Disco

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
15th January, 2017
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Donal Dineen: ‘I’d like people to know around the world what’s happening in Ireland’ Pic: Bryan meade

Sometimes, if you want to get something done, you have to do it yourself.

That’s not the motto for the new music show from Donal Dineen and his producing partner Myles O’Reilly, but it might as well be. The pair have joined forces to create an online music show because they can’t find a platform in traditional broadcasting, either in television or radio, to support their work and shine a light on left-field homegrown talents....

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