The Workman’s Club, Dublin have a special night set up for you with a double headline show featuring some very exciting Irish acts. The event will take place March 20th and will feature The Radioactive Grandma and Harbouring Oceans with special guests Hatchlings and Alex Smyth.
The Radioactive Grandma,(Liverpool & Dublin) are a 5 piece bi-national space junk ensemble, who specialize in high velocity synthetic rockery juxtaposed with harmonical vocality. The band have recently been joined by two new members and a brand new sound. With performances at both B.A.R.E In The Woods and La Chéile Arts Music Festival in 205 under their belts they are now are currently in studio recording their new album set for release this summertime. Follow on www.facebook.com/The.Radioactive.Grandma/. Check out the video for ‘Don’t Look Down’ here.
Harbouring Oceans, a Kilkenny five-piece alt pop/art rock outfit are currently putting the final touches to their debut EP, due for release May 2016. Their sound is inspired by the soulful vocal styles of artists like Glen Hansard and John Legend. Their influences range from 90’s alt-rock bands (Incubus, QOTSA), art-folk heroes like Olafur Arnolds or Bon Iver.
With side influences from electronica producers and hip-hop beat makers, their unique sound is one to make sure you check out! Follow on www.facebook.com/HarbouringOceans/ or check out their Youtube Channel here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgb2oQLPzCkhqFh6WQfdJ_g
The night will also bear witness to the musical stylings of Maynooth based 4-piece Hatchlings. These guys are renowned for their honest lyrics and heart wrenching songs and have found their sound through the appreciation of jazz, folk, R’n’B, alternative rock and classical music. Alex Smyth will be coming along to the party, too. This solo instrumental guitarist’s creative use of acoustic, electric guitars and loop pedals captivates his audiences..
Tickets for the show are €8 early bird from www.theworkmansclub.com or €10 on the door.