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“A brilliant second album, remarkably assured and gorgeously played.” Irish Times
“Combines elements of math rock, jazz, electronica and all sorts of expansive weirdness to produce nine songs of rampaging charm and charismatic complexity” The 405
“One of the most rewarding listening experiences of the year.” Everything is Noise
“The crowning achievement of a band who have already helped redefine their micro-genre… Enthrallng” Heavy Blog is Heavy
Dates: 18 Oct - 19 Oct
Show Time: 8pm
Homebeat, champions of the independent Irish music scene and creators of heart driven event production, return to Project to present two very special nights of spectacular music from the much feted math-rock outfit Alarmist.
Self-described as “instrumental maximalists,” the trio from Dublin are back with a frenetic sophomore album in tow – Alarmist’s Sequesterer is a record that erupts with a seemingly limitless inventory of musical stylings, bending genres and subverting musical influences by way of their pioneering instrumental innovation.
Each performance will be accompanied by a bespoke visuals from the ground-breaking Dublin A/V studio collective Algorithm.
Alarmist’s album launch is part of a series of intimate gigs curated by Homebeat throughout the 2019/20 season.
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