Published on March 14th, 2018 | by Stevie Lennox0
Four Irish Acts set to play London St. Patrick’s Day Show
In the kind of lineup we’d kill for back home, London is lucky enough to bear witness to a St. Patrick’s Day celebration that we’d hold our watch to, packed with fiercely singular hibernophiles & noteable outsiders. It’s the first edition of the national stereotype-subverting Cushty Gamut, and takes place at New River Studios, Ground Floor Unit E on the Eade Road.
Five live acts perform in the main venue, comprising four of our own who’ve made the trip across the pond. They are:
Cork cosmische, drone voyagers Percolator – who released our Irish album of the 2017, Sestra.
Dublin noise rock quartet Hands Up Who Wants To Die, who’ve returned recently with new frontman Rory O’Brien – listen to them on Bandcamp.
Fantastical, narrative-driven Dublin sci-fi/fantasy stoner krautrock act Crowhammer – check their Bandcamp.
Ballina post-punks SHITHäTT, who’ve recently released their debut EP.
Rounding out the live act bill is modular-based French drum-led one man band, Nanorisk Akatsuki – check out some of his live footage here. Solo drone & noise sets come from Sam Edwards and D’Angelus in the barroom, followed by live techno from UKAEA and Blayd ‘n Jay-ziz.
Admission costs £10, with tickets available here or on the door. Doors open at 6pm.