The new festival on the summer scene, All Together Now which takes place from August 3rd to 5th at Curraghmore Estate, County Waterford has added a load of new artists in addition to its first list of acts announced in February which included Fleet Foxes, Underworld, Nils Frahm, Chaka Khan and more.
Today’s adds are:
Yasiin Bey Fka Mos Def
David August Live
Hercules & Love Affair
The Go! Team
The Lost Brothers
The Bootleg Beatles
The organisers have been talking up the festival’s grounds which for the weekend will include “10 stages including an alfresco crystal ballroom, Spiegeltent and a multitude of hidden and quirky gems. This 3000 acre world is home to lakes, fields, tree lined lanes, an intricate shell house, stone circles, crystals, courtyards, streams, fountains, woodlands, lawns – scenery truly befitting an festival of this nature. ”
Tickets are available via installments until Friday, 27 April. Tier One and Tier Two tickets are now sold out!. Limited Tier Three Tickets are now available from €169.50 + booking fee Tickets available from Ticketmaster
Jack Colleran first appeared as Mmoths as a teenage producer of emotionally-charged downbeat electronica and quickly established himself as a purveyor of textured and layered pop electronica.
The Mmoths project culminated in a long-player called Luneworks that was already a departure from the early releases so with time and development, it has made sense that the name has been shedded in favour of his own name.
The music J Colleran makes now is less immediate, more sweeping, more contemporary ambient than purely pop.
‘O+SOH’ marks the transition between the two, drawing on the texture of the former with an expansive string section that is fresh and new for the producer. It was in his own words, ” always intended to be an introduction while drawing a line between what’s past and what is to come”.
An album on Because Music, recorded in The Meadow Studios in Wicklow, will be released in the summer.
Watch the video for the track, with CGI visuals by Nic Hamilton (Actress)
“I worked with Jack’s cinematic long form music to describe a journey across a world on the brink of change; simultaneously familiar and unsettling, innocuous and dramatic…The music’s beautiful cascading structures reinforce a steady and endless passing of time.” – Nic Hamilton
After releasing a fine debut album as Mmoths in the form of Luneworks, Jack Colleran released a statement today and a final track as Mmoths, stating that he will be releasing music under his own name J Colleran.