The post-Jazz break swings into effect, but Cork’s music scene ticks over.
Wednesday November 1st
Future – Queer & Feminist Night @ The Poor Relation (8pm, free)
The launch of a new breed of club night in the city, as UCC LGBT and Feminist Societies come together to present Future, a safe space for dancing (or not dancing), with art, live drag shows, and DJ sets from Aisling O’Riordan and Gadget & the Cloud. Free in.
Thursday November 2nd
GOOD Music @ Cyprus Avenue (11pm, €5)
Stevie G, Ciara Ryan and KENXJOSEPH, along with Jay Ronic on MC duties, continue supplying Cork’s student community with electronic goodness of all sorts.
Friday November 3rd
Mark Geary @ Coughlan’s Live (9pm, €10)
Folk troubadour continues flipping between his native Ireland and NYC, where he’s shared bills with Jeff Buckley at the renowned Sin-é cafe.
Techno Friday @ Cyprus Avenue (11pm, €5)
Does what it says on the tin this week – Jamie Behan and residents serving up tunes. Late kickoff and such, more announcements due soon at the link above.
Saturday November 4th
MOXIE & Sam Clague @ Cyprus Avenue (8pm, €15)
Trad-nua five-piece return to Cyprus Avenue, fusing their traditional background with a modern frame of reference. Sam Clague in support.
Prospekt 001 @ An Spailpín Fánach (8pm, €10)
The latest in a growing compliment of techno/rave nights in the city. BLOCK and Sweet Tooth, among others, at the decks, with production from BMG Audio.
Sunday November 5th
No Covers Volume 1 @ The Friary (all day from 4pm, free)
An all-dayer of acoustic/singer-songwriterness, all being recorded for a live album. Full line-up at the link, including Tootawl and Mellany Morales.
Matthew E. White @ Cyprus Avenue (8pm, €15)
Socking it to Cyprus Avenue presumably as he would like to have it socked to him, Matthew E. White brings new and old material, as well as works in progress.