Dates: 05 Dec - 05 Dec

Tickets: €12

Spitroast Records is proud to launch the album of Remixes/Recompositions by Ireland’s finest soundmakers of various recorded works by Daniel Figgis including, but not limited to, tracks from the classic album “Skipper”and,by way of exclusive preview, rarities and works in progress. Live performances by:


Deep Burial

Gavin Prior

Karl Him and Hubert



!switches! with Vincent Doherty

with visuals by Aki and Mark Linnane

“Ireland’s foremost eclectic musical genius Daniel Figgis creator of(the) sublime “Skipper” CATHAL COUGHLAN

“Daniel Figgis’SKIPPER album is the greaatest musical work to come out of this country to my knowledge” AMBULANCE

“SKIPPER is a work of genius” DAVID DONOHOE

“SKIPPER…a prodigious touchstone for the work of Irish Electronic orientated composers” LEAGUES    

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