Foggy Notions Present Foggy Jam

Foggy Notions Present Foggy Jam .01, October 10th

Foggy Notions Present Foggy JamFoggy Notions have announced the lineup for the first Foggy Jam all-dayer on Sunday October 10th.

Foggy Notions have announced Foggy Jam .01, the first in a series of all day gigs. No Age, Mice Parade, Male Bonding, Silje Nes, Squarehead & Hipster Youth all play the inaugural event in Whelan’s on Sunday October 10th.

Foggy Notions Present:
Foggy Jam .01
& very special guests
Whelan’s, Sunday October 10th, 2010.
Doors 4pm until late.

Tickets €20 (including booking fee) from, City Discs & Ticketmaster outlets nationwide. (Ticketmaster phone & online purchases are subject to an additional service charge)

We are delighted to announce the first of our new all-day series, Foggy Jam: an opportunity to catch seven wonderful live artists in one day for a budget ticket price. Heading the bill is L.A.’s NO AGE, one of the most exciting modern noise-pop bands in the world right now who release their new Sub Pop album Everything in Between in late September (more info below). 

MICE PARADE is the work of New York’s Adam Pierce and a rotating ensemble of musicians. Their incredible back catalogue tackles all sorts of musical crossover with folk styles, electronics, Krautrock, Eno inspired minimalism and Loveless-era MBV. The new album What It Means to be Left-Handed soaks up West African Highlife, Flamenco, Brazillian Jazz, and even 80’s indie-rock (More info below).

SquareheadAlso joining the line-up is new Sub Pop signings MALE BONDING, a London trio whose debut album Nothing Hurts is jam-packed with messy vintage 90s noise-pop. And SILJE NES, a Norwegian singer-songwriter and Mice Parade’s Fatcat labelmate whose beautiful layered recordings full of strings and woodwind are joys to behold. 

For Foggy Jam’s Irish representation we’ve picked two of current favourites. Fake Blood is the debut seven inch release by SQUAREHEAD the single of the year so far for us – Kurt Cobain meets the Everly Brothers, slacker-rock meets doo-wop, just pure pop all the way really. And HIPSTER YOUTH is revelatory stuff. A Dublin teenager whose Teenage Elders album makes 8-bit electronic music that is beautiful and poignant.

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