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Christian Cohle’s ambitious 360 A/V in the round live show is on in Dublin this Saturday

Christian Cohle’s ambitious 360 A/V in the round live show is on in Dublin this Saturday

Christian Cohle.

Irish electronic artist Christian Cohle is presenting a special show this week.

Cohle released his second album Wetlands last year and has been building an experimental show that is part gig, part art installation.

The show in Dublin this Saturday takes place at The Workman’s Club and sees Cohle perform in the round with a 360 degree audio visual show on the floor, featuring a 7.1 Surround Sound system with 8 speakers around the room (and some hidden speakers) along with lasers, lights and more promised.

Tickets are €27.75 plus fees.

Wetlands is an immersive cinematic journey, documenting Cohle’s struggles and doubts during 2020-21, breaking up with his then-girlfriend. The album begins just moments after he is arrested by the fear that the relationship has taken a turn for the worst and follows this spiralling journey as far as a year after the eventual break-up. Everything that happens in between connects in this deep introspective record. 

The album is set in Japan, South Korea and Ireland, where Cohle was at the time. It presents itself as a finely crafted break-up album, full of field recordings, phone conversations between his ex and himself, and a range of genre-crossing moments from solo piano performances and massive soundscape electronica to even alternative/progressive moments, always supported by his beautiful vocal arrangements.

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