Postponed - Spudgun & Dowry at The Abattoir
21:30 - 02:30
********From the venue: 'Important building works and refurbishments have run over scheduled dates due to unforeseen issues that will be resolved soon. The venue will be back so stay tuned for updates. We are sorry for any inconvenience and look forward to opening again soon.’
Unfortunately, we have sad news regarding this event. We are gutted to say that at the last minute, incomplete renovations and planning issues have rendered The Abattoir unusable for this Saturday with Dowry & Spudgun. We fully intend on putting this show on as soon as possible, once these structural requirements are met. Ticket holders are entitled to either hold onto their tickets for entry to the rescheduled date, or claim a refund (see our contact section for email address).
From the bottom of our hearts we apologise for any inconvenience caused.*********
Good Name return to the mysterious surroundings of 22 Montague Lane, a former abattoir right in the heart of Dublin.
Tickets available at Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/2EwnhUa
& DICE Ireland : http://bit.ly/2DRRUSX
For your troubles:
Spudgun perform a cosmic fondue of music and theatre known by their species as Psychedelic Space Goo. After some time away, they have returned to this Earth with the necessary liquid to keep their eyes wet.
Place your ears near them
Place your eyes on them
Dowry - Éna Brennan
Éna Brennan is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, songwriter, and graphic designer originally from Brussels. Since moving to Dublin she has obtained a B.A. (Hons) in Music and Drama from Trinity College Dublin, an M.Phil. in Composition, also from TCD, and she has worked with Bad Sea, Bell X1, Co-Orch, Dulciana, Mornington Singers, New Dublin Voices, Paddy Hanna, Participant, Robinson Panoramic Quartet, Spudgun, Tandem Felix, Téada Orchestra, Trinity Orchestra, Trinity Singers, and Zoe Conway. She has recently embarked on a solo project under the moniker of Dowry fusing a variety of different sound worlds together; experimental folk, ambient instrumental, contemporary classical, Irish traditional and country music to name a few. Éna begins every set with a completely improvised violin piece using her loop pedal, before launching into a collection of songs on either bass, guitar or looped voice. Improvisation is a very important element of Éna’s writing process and performance style. She has been noted as one to watch in 2018 by The Thin Air and State.ie and Whelan’s. She looks forward to sharing her debut release in the coming months and continue collaborating with other musicians and bands, as well as composing music for other people to perform. She is currently writing strings arrangements for Paul Noonan, Lisa Hannigan, Saint Sister, Seamus Fogarty, Mango & Mathman, Loah, Maria Kelly and Brian Deady to be performed by Crash Ensemble in Dublin’s National Concert Hall in February and the Barbican in London in March.
You can find out more about her work at www.enabrennan.com/music
Good Name DJS
Good Name are Des Garvey & Ben Bix. In between promoting vital artists from Dublin and beyond, they work on material for their various projects, perform funk/afro/wonky house sets several times a week, and work as in-house producers at Ailfionn Recording Studio, Dublin.
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