The last acts announced to play for the cameras at play St. James’ Church in Dingle, Kerry have been announced and include Sigrid, Isaac Gracie & Hudson Taylor.
So that means those lucky enough to have access to the church on the the weekend get to see this:
St. James’ Church – Day by Day
Hudson Taylor (Acoustic)
Meanwhile the IMRO Other Room looks like this (it’s free in)
There’s also the Music Trail (I’m Djing on Friday night), Banter talks, After Dark and Ireland’s Edge.
Don’t forget – if you are planning to travel to the eir Other Voices Festival you should register at www.othervoices.ie to receive tickets that can be exchanged for Festival wristbands in Dingle. All those who register in advance will be entered into draws for tickets to the St. James’s Church TV recordings. Gigs in some of the Music Trail venues will only be accessible to those who have registered and collected a Festival wristband. Registration for wristbands is free and all events at the eir Other Voices Festival, are free but subject to capacity.
I tweeted about these Dublin guys Hudson Taylor a month or so ago but listening back to them now it’d be a shocker if they haven’t been snapped up by a big or savvy label since. Their music is impressively self-assured and sounds ready for a mainstream audience by any standards. Alfie and Harry are 18 and 20 respectively, follow in the footsteps of Mumford and friends with their ultra-melodic folk, they have the looks and have an active fanbase set up and ready to support them. They’ve just released their debut EP Battles. They’re supporting Bressie soon and have done sessions with RTE’s Arena and Twotube. Oh, they are playing Hard Working Class Heroes too. Here’s the catchy title track…