We have a pair of tickets to the second installment of Future Sounds Now at Belfast’s Masonic Hall on Saturday, September 7th. Hosted by Touch Sensitive Records as part of Belfast Music Summer 2019, the event will feature sets from The Lost Connection (aka Locky Morris of Rare and John O’Neill of The Undertones and That Petrol Emotion) and Ai Messiah. Tickets are £7 and doors open at 8pm. To enter our competition, simply send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the answer to the following question. Who was the vocalist of That Petrol Emotion?
From Black Bones’ remix of ‘Pursuit by Group Zero and David Holmes’ Mosaic OST to Documenta’s stellar Lady With The Ring EP, Belfast imprint Touch Sensitive have delivered another all killer year in releases. Their fourth and final release of the year, Sentience & Sapience by Belfast producer Ai Messiah offers up something yet more compelling. A self-proclaimed “soundtrack for gutted metropolises, virtual sanctuaries and utopian enclaves”, the album – which was inspired by the outlandish prophecies of tech guru Ray Kurzwell – confidently veers between fourth world-leaning tapestries, balmy kosmische and panoramic new-age across seventeen tracks. Officially out on Friday, the album will be launched…