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"A strange and exhilarating vision of electronic music, drawing from adrenaline-fuelled krautrock, slathered in harmonica and dub delay." Pitchfork on Short Passing Game
"A storming exploration of new wave, techno and downtempo jams... Seek out this record immediately." The Quietus on Short Passing Game
"A unique curio of an album, Davy Kehoe’s 41-minute 6-track debut album on Wah wah Wino places breakneck krautrock instrumentals, electronica and post-punk rhythms alongside one of the most beautifully-meandering 10-minutes of experimentalist clarinet-featuring jazz." Nialler 9's Top 25 Irish Albums of 2017
Dates: 06 Apr - 06 Apr
Show Time: 9pm (Doors 8.30pm)
Homebeat make a fond return to The Project Arts Centre to present a rare live performance from one of Ireland’s most exciting artists – Davy Kehoe.
Mixing elements of jazz, krautrock and electronica, Kehoe established himself at the vanguard of a new Irish musicality with the highly celebrated ‘Short Passing Game’ (2017) on the Wah Wah Wino imprint and continues to intrigue and excite as a live force in equal measure.
Support from exciting, emerging neo classical Limerick artist Paddy Mulcahy.
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Established in 2011, Homebeat has grown from the humble beginnings of a series of successful, local artist focused house concerts, to hold a heartfelt position in the Irish music scene as creators of innovative, atmosphere led music events across the country. As true believers in the wealth of artistic talent on this island, Homebeat provide a vital platform for talent which allows a true connection between act and audience.
Homebeat produces and curates a small, but very special festival, Another Love Story, and also regularly collaborate with venues, spaces, events & organisations such Happenings, Body & Soul, The Electric Picnic, Castlepalooza, Feile Na Bealtaine, D Light Studios, Le Cool Dublin, Ensemble Music, The Goethe-Institut Irland, The Science Gallery, MART Gallery, The RHA, Oxjam, Project Arts Centre,The Irish Writers’ Centre, The Dublin Book Festival, KPB Live, Canalaphonic, Temple Bar Gallery & Studios & more. They operate as an independent record label shining a light on some of the incredible Irish artistry that surrounds us.
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