Eatyard Dublin’s favourite street food market with 50+ food areas, demos, food competitions, workshops and the Bernard Shea Flea Market in there too. Gamesyard Board games, computer games, & real life sports & games for adults & kids Brewtonic Bars dedicated to craft beer, whiskey, rum, gin & fine wines. Banteryard with Jim Carroll – Talks, Panels & Debates Studioyard Art, Design, & Tech Installations. Boatyard Get your Nautical boogie on, literally, on the water with boat parties. Lineups TBA…. Kidsyard – Dedicated Arts, Design, Music & Games Area for Parents & Kids. And a Daddy nappy changing contest.
After a month’s hiatus hampered by illness and cancellations, Loose Joints is back. The new hosted by Nialler9 and Sally Cinnamon talking to people about the music they love: old and new.
On this episode, Aisling Rogerson, cofounder behind what I’d consider the best café in Dublin joins us. The Fumbally started a few years ago as a humble café in a post-recession space and it’s only grown to incorporate Wednesday night dinners, occasional events and the Fumbally Stables next door where they host workshops, yoga, dinners, events and talks.
Listen in as we pick some new music from all three of us and ask Aisling to pick out some special considerations. Inevitably, the chat turns to Simply Red once more.
A Frank O’Hara-sampling 10 minute beaut on Permanent Vacation.
David Kitt’s New Jackson is following up his recent Made It Mine EP on Permanent Vacation with another on the label. Having A Coke With You is a three-track release with two tracks ‘Alone OK Alone’ and ‘Player Piano’ sticking close to the established New Jackson sound of synth-lead electronic house music.
The title track is a different beast. Across ten minutes it sways from wistful keys, horns and bass to a shuffling string and piano electronic panorama. It’s even more fun than going to San Sebastian as the song’s sampled speech suggests, taken from the Frank O’Hara poem from which the title is drawn.
New Jackson plays the Major Problems showcase in Opium Rooms with Terriers, February & Mars, Get Down Edits and Barry Redsettaz on Saturday. You can win tickets to it in this week’s gig guide.