Word from The Joinery of three BYOB gigs they’ve lined up for September.
- Saturday 10th September: Thread Pulls + E+S=B, 8PM €8 BYOB
- Friday 16th September: Teatronik + Gentle Boy, 8PM €8 BYOB
- Sunday 25th September: William Tyler (Silver Jews, Lambchop) + Cian Nugent Band, 8.30PM €10 BYOB
Saturday 10th Sept: Thread Pulls & E+S=B, 8PM €8 BYOB
Thread Pulls are part rock band, stripped back to a core of drums and bass. Skewed grooves anchor their hypnotic proto-disco sound – kick-drum centred and sub-bass heavy. Roughly cut vocal layers and eastern trumpet-echoes coupling solar-synth-drones bring to mind early elements of future sounds. Having acquired a considerable reputation for their raw, energetic live shows and limited EP releases, they released their debut album New Thoughts to critical acclaim at home and abroad on Irish independent label OSAKA recordings at the end of 2010, followed by extensive touring in Ireland, UK, Europe and Scandinavia.
With echoes of Sheffield’s most prolific sound processers Cabaret Voltaire and the complex polyrhythms and repetitive dance styles of New York’s ESG, New Thoughts gestated and grew from extensive live shows often in galleries and warehouses in Dublin.
European Sensoria Band are:
Fergus Cullen – Bass Clarinet, Clarinet, Guitar, Keyboard
Anthony Carroll – Bass, Keyboard
Dave Carroll – Drums
Friday 16th Sept: Teatronik + Gentle Boy, 8PM €8 BYOB
TeaTronik combine live instrumentation, vocals and real world sounds with computer generated beats and instruments to create a sound that is polyrhythmic, atmospheric, melodic and organic. Their style takes it’s influence from many disparate genres such as classical, electronica, drum n’ bass, alternative, folk, soundtrack, glitch and electroacoustic.
Sunday 25th Sept: William Tyler (Silver Jews, Lambchop) + Cian Nugent Band, 8.30PM €10 BYOB
William Tyler is a native of Nashville, Tennessee and a guitarist who has spent the last several years recording and touring with Silver Jews and Lambchop among others. In addition he has contributed to albums by artists as diverse as Charlie Louvin, Candi Staton, and Wooden Wand, as well as taking part in a large ensemble piece by composer Rhys Chatham.
Cian Nugent is a guitar player and composer from Dublin, Ireland who combines personal passions, such as suburban/coastal blues, traditional musics, late 1960s & ’70s singer-songwriters, jazz ambitions, 20th century composition and the Takoma school into a deeply personal style. His music boasts an orchestrated and fully instrumented sound that is playful and eerie at the same time.