Crevice (Irene Buckley, Elaine Howley & Roslyn Steer)
Kate Carr (Flaming Pines)
Friday, 29th April
Tickets $10 (+booking fee)
“So, I saw this band in the woods once – they were great – so you just have to take my word for it…"
Irene Buckley, Elaine Howley, and Roslyn Steer present ‘Crevice’, a collaborative exploration in sound. An improvisatory approach to song-writing provides plenty of opportunity for experimentation as electronic sounds and voices weave different worlds. Music to get lost in. When not playing in the woods, members of Crevice can be found making music all over the place. They won the inaugural IndieCork Music Award, for emerging and innovative music at IndieCork 2015. This gig is their DUBLIN DEBUT.
DAVID COLOHAN,"is a multi-instrumentalist who has released numerous records both individually and as a member of Agitated Radio Pilot, Raising Holy Sparks, United Bible Studies, and other groups. His work, variously described as „psych-folk“ and „devotional drone“, conveys a strong sense of place." (Gruenrekorder)
"...creating a deep ambient magma flow and peyote trail-mix of his own mystery productions released under his Raising Holy Sparks moniker. A particular reference point being his epic Four Sacred Mountains, which is the no shackles soundtrack to a night watching desert stars around a roaring fire." (From Dummy 10/08/15) https://davidcolohan.bandcamp.com/
"Kate Carr’s work explores our complex and contradictory relationship with the natural world. Her music blurs the boundaries between instruments and field recordings, underlining the intersections and overlaps between nature and culture and the myriad of incomplete ways we attempt to make sense of these terms. It explores place and non-place, being and imagining." (artist's Bandcamp page)
"A man with an extensive and intriguing body of work across original compositions, improvisation, and field recordings continues his journey." (Broadsheet 01/04/16)
The Primal Barber Trio, Tarracóir , United Bible Studies