FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1ST
- Inni-K @ Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh (7.30pm, €20 incl. dinner)
Another in the Cobh arts centre’s Sirius Suppers events sees singer-songwriter Inni-K (pictured) perform tunes from her second album, ‘The Hare and the Line’.
- Ten Past Seven, Horse and Olivia Furey @ An Spailpín Fánach (8.30pm, €10)
Kerry bog-proggers Ten Past Seven return to headlining gigs after supporting Bicurious at Dali last month. Hardcore/noise outfit Horse continue teasing material from their upcoming debut album, and sound/performance artist Olivia Furey follows up a Cork Improvised Music Collective appearance. Fancy dress, perfect for belated spoopy-times.
- VIYBZ @ Dali (10pm, €tbc)
Gwada Mike and collaborators lead another night of Afrocentric beats and pieces on Carey’s Lane, including live emcee Yoruba British.
- ELLLL @ Cyprus Avenue (11pm, €10)
Producer, DJ, and GASH Collective figurehead Ellen King returns to Cork after a busy 2019 to headline ISSTA’s annual convention, with a set in Cyprus Avenue. Support from Lighght and Josh Warry.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2ND
- Ritual of the Evil Eye: An Ode to Balor 2 @ An Spailpín Fánach (3pm, €25)
A gigantic line-up for the second annual tribute to the god of destruction includes all-island metal mainstays like Ten Ton Slug, Astralnaut and the Crawling, while UK bands like Holy Roar Records’ ((OHHMS)) and WOVEN MAN, the new project of former Acrimony man Leeroy Davies, keep proceedings steadily weighty over the course of a massive all-dayer.
- Under Starling @ Crane Lane Theatre (9pm, free)
Indie-pop youngfellas headline in the back ballroom on Phoenix Street, with Cork alt-rockers Pretty Happy in support.
- Karmon @ Dali (10pm, €tbc)
Dutch DJ/producer and Diynamic collective member commands the decks upstairs on Carey’s Lane.
- Fish Go Deep @ Cyprus Avenue (11pm, €10)
The trailblazers of Cork house continue a 30+ year reign atop the city’s genre scene with their monthly late-night excursion.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3RD
- The Tan Jackets @ Crane Lane Theatre (midnight, free)
The Cork psychedelia supergroup returns to pay further worship and homage to their bands at their rock ‘n’ roll roots.