Tribarac

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Music Non–stop

We were never conventional musicians. We never had roles to play. We always collaborated with different people picking up the mic like in the reggae and the hip–hop sense.

Robert ‘3D’ Del Naja, The Quietus, 2010/02/10

Contact

A Tanglewood guitar hanging on a black and white regional road sign labelled Ruisín (Gaeilge) and Rusheen (English) near Macroom, County Cork, Republic of Ireland.

You are on the verge of recording excellence when you see this sign — or possibly you are just lost. Photograph by Rana Mullan

We are located about two miles from Macroom, in the Cork countryside, approximately 25 minutes from Cork City. We have a range of accomodation options available, please contact us for details.

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Tribarac Studio,
The Creamery,
Rusheen,
Coachford,
County Cork,
P12 AE61


Telephone: +353 (0)26 49254
Mobile: +353 (0)86 173 2813

Alternatively, contact us by email.

The Rocksteady Beat

A very young Chris Blackwell, the Island Records supremo who brought ska and reggae music to Europe and America and nurtured the careers of Bob Marley, Third World, Burning Spear and Toots & The Maytals amongst others, can be seen dancing to the music of ska, calypso and soca specialists, Byron Lee & the Dragonaires, during a club scene in the very first James Bond movie, Dr No.