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Dates: 13 Dec - 13 Dec
Brian Wynne: tenor sax Justin Carroll: keyboards Simon Milligan: turntables Sean Carpio: drums Roy Carroll: computer
Trouble Penetrator features Dublin’s most exciting musical visionaries combining the excitement of squirtious electronica and unstable hiphop with volatile free jazz and slimy odd-metered funk workouts. Their gigs of 2001/2002 dropped a savage payload on audiences at the Cork Jazz Festival,Whelan’s, JJ Smyth’s, supporting St Germain, Nils Petter Molvær and a double bill with downtown NYC doyens, Sex Mob.
This gig follows their recent appearances at the Dublin Fringe Festival Spiegeltent and Cork Jazz Festival and anticipates their album release on 13th December at Project.
Triple Piglet is Justin Carroll – Melodica Kevin Murphy – Cello Dave Fleming – Double Bass Featuring: George Higgs Banjo Triple Piglet is an acoustic trio put together by Justin Carroll in Dublin to play a repertoire of Jewish folk music mainly written by John Zorn. The group¹s repertoire rapidly expanded to other works from a varied musical background such as composers Modest Mussorgsky and Fats Waller. Recently the group has been concentrating on original compositions by Justin Carroll. The additional of banjo to the group by George Higgs has added a more diverse sound.
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