Premiere: Citóg Records Volume Four – Too Much Can Kill You


On Thursday (July 11) Galway independent label Citóg Records will launch its highly-anticipatd fourth annual compilation at the Róisín Dubh.

Once again, it’s a prime opportunity to hone in on just how far the label has come. Across eleven tracks, this new installment (which is titled Too Much Can Kill You) offers a remarkably varied and totally inspired snapshot of Citóg as a collective of artists, collaborators and friends.

From the woozy sci-fi surf of Eoin Dolan’s ‘Superior Fiction’ and Tracy Bruen’s shapeshifting ‘Mirror’ to the inward-peering indie-folk of ‘Amsterdam’ by David Boland aka New Pope and beyond, it’s full, genre-spanning testament to the importance of Citóg working out of and thriving on the West Coast in 2019.

Field Trip, Dylan Murphy and The Curly Organ play the launch of the compilation on Thursday. Doors are at 8.30pm and admission is free. Go here for the Facebook event page.

Stream/buy Citóg Records Volume Four – Too Much Can Kill You here.

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