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DROP EVERYTHING// print: features and significant mentions

Individual pledges all add up to a crowdfunding success
Tom Prendiville, Sunday Independent, August 19, 2012
Delighted islanders estimate that the festival generated €100,000 for the local economy

Access All Areas?
Louise Bruton, The Irish Times, July 6, 2012
For no fee, you were provided with great music, great food, Gaeltacht vibes and, honestly, the best fun I’ve ever had at a festival.

Buckets of Fun
Mark Graham, The Sunday Times, June 17, 2012

Festival Fit
Mark Graham, The Irish Times, May 25, 2012
This done, all the events on the island were free to attend. Provoking and engaging art exhibitions, talks, workshops, installations, sights and sounds were the staples.

Between a rock and an urban place
Aidan Dunne, The Irish Times, May 10, 2012
In many aspects of work and knowledge we live in an age of increasing specialisation, but Nally sees a great deal of cross-over in the fields of fashion, music, design, architecture and fine art. She is an advocate of the energy that comes from cutting across the boundaries.

Drop Everything: Art Partying on Inis Oírr
Rosa Abbott, Totally Dublin, April 24, 2012

Festival Fit: Best Festivals
Mark Graham, The Irish Times, Dec 7, 2012

DROP EVERYTHING// online/blogs

Iceland Airwaves 2012 : a review
Una Mullally, Pop Life, The Irish Times Blog, Nov 11, 2012
Sóley had been recommended to me by Mary from Drop Everything (indeed Sóley dedicated a track that night she had written on Inis Oirr to the Drop Everything twosome in the audience) and she was a revelation; an awesome voice, cool loops, and an excellent grasp of both melody and minimalism recalling Laura Veirs.