Seven Quarters: TWINKRANES, Halves – Whelan’s, 13th September

Seven Quarters is back in Whelan’s for a third turn on Saturday September 13th with TWINKRANES and Halves on stage and vinyl Following the first Seven Quarters club night in April with Katie Kim and Jennifer Evans, and July’s edition with Patrick Kelleher and Magic Pockets, the third of four for 2014 on Saturday September 13th brings together experimental trio TWINKRANES and Halves, the latter in their last Irish show of the year.

Are an experimental Rock band from Dublin. The group was formed in Dublin in 2007. In 2008 the group came to the attention of Andy Votel (Finders Keepers Records) who expressed a keen interest in releasing the group’s music through the label. A touring single ‘Fizz Nor Feedback’ followed which was well received and would become the precursor to the critically acclaimed debut album Spektrum Theatre Snakes, which melded the worlds of motor-driven kraut, space rock, Avant pop, psychedelic and drone. Currently working as a trio, they are re-imagining TWINKRANES’ impenetrable electronic rhythms, experimental soundscapes and drones at their home in Black Pitts with a view to releasing new music in 2014.

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One of Ireland’s most intriguing acts, Halves are Brian Cash, Elis Czerniak & Tim Czerniak. The trio blend a vast range of instruments, acoustic and electronic, to create an evocative, cinematic live experience. Their six releases to date have been met with critical acclaim (including a Choice Prize nomination), as well as earning them ardent fans from Tokyo to Seattle. Their live show is truly captivating; a mix of synched visuals, strings, brass, and electronics, anchored by soaring guitars and dual drummers. Their latest album Boa Howl is out now.

Seven Quarters Club presents
8pm, Saturday 13th September
Whelan’s, 25 Wexford St

A limited number of advance tickets (€10 incl booking fee) are available – including a guaranteed copy of the 7″ – from WAV. Tickets will also be available on the door, but remember, only the first 150 get a record.

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