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This is how we fly – Button Factory – Friday 27th September

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The Bottlenote Festival is a very small festival, but perfectly formed! If you saw Mice Will Play last week as part of the Fringe, or if you’ve heard us rattle on about Seán Mac Erlaine before, then this could be the event for you. Some of Ireland’s best and brightest young musicians have teamed up for an album and for a special night in the Button Factory this Friday.

This is how we fly is contemporary folk music from Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh on fiddle & hardanger fiddle, Seán Mac Erlaine on clarinets & live electronics, Nic Gareiss on percussive dance, and Petter Berndalen on drums and percussion

This Is How We Fly – Debut album launch

Friday September 27th | Button Factory, Dublin 2 | 7:30pm | €15 Buy tickets
This is How we Fly. Album Launch concert. Admission price includes complimentary copy of the new album on CD, recorded in Stockholm, March 2013.

Saturday September 28th  | 13 North Great Georges Street, Dublin 1 | 7:30pm  & 10pm | €12/10 (pre-booked admission only). Buy tickets
The Walls Have Ears features improvised sets and collaborations from Petter Berndalen (SWE) – percussion; Justin Carroll – keyboards; Nic Gareiss (USA) – percussive dance; Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh – hardanger fiddle; Shane Latimer – guitars, electronics and Seán Mac Erlaine – clarinets, electronics.

Categories: Gigs, Music

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