Handmade Music 020223 Accidental Theatre

BARRY CULLEN / QUBE / SON ZEPT & AGA OLEK


THU 2 FEB – ACCIDENTAL THEATRE – 8PM, £5
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Handmade Music is a brand-new experimental music night in Belfast specially curated by Moving on Music and The Sonic Arts Research Centre (SARC).
Taking place on the first Thursday of the month at Accidental Theatre, the evenings will feature well-known artists, lesser-known artists, and surprise guests – all performing music from the edges of their craft.
You’ll hear ‘never-before-heard’ music, and music that may never be heard again. A big element of the night is about community and space for experimental/improvised music to exist…and seeing what comes out the other side.
Sets are short, there is time to chat and space to move around. It’s £5 and BYO.

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Toneburst @ New Music Dublin

Happy to share that toneburst have been asked to participate in NARLI AGM as part of the New Music Dublin Festival 2022.

There will be a record fair beginning at 10am. The NARLI AGM/performance will commence at 4pm.

NARLI Record Fair

Date: Sunday 1st May 2022

Time: From 10am

Venue: Foyer, National Concert Hall

Tickets €FREE – Just swing by! 

​An all-day record fair with a wide range of merchandise from participating NARLI labels:

​Diatribe Records
Ergodos
Farpoint Recordings
Forwind
Heresy Records
Improvised Music Company
Raelach Records
Sofia Records
Toneburst

NARLI AGM 2022

Date: Sunday 1st May 2022

Time: 4.00pm 

Venue: John Field Room, National Concert Hall

Tickets €FREE – Just pop in! 

The National Association of Record Labels of Ireland (NARLI) is a nationwide umbrella organisation of independent labels, including Diatribe, Ergodos, Farpoint, Heresy, Raelach, Sofia Records and Tone Burst, with associate members IMC, Crash and Islander.
 
Every year since 2016 NARLI have convened for an AGM (Annual General Music) which is released as the ‘Minutes’ of the meeting. 
 
The NARLI AGM 2022 in the NMD @ NCH will also feature an all-day record fair with representation from all partner labels.

The Black Dreams – Crescent Arts Centre 281021

Poetry, prose, and drama to celebrate the launch of The Black Dreams: Strange Stories from Northern Ireland (Blackstaff, 2021).

With special guest Reggie Chamberlain-King, editor of the anthology The Black Dreams: Strange Stories from Northern Ireland, published by Blackstaff Press earlier this month. 

Reggie will be introducing some contributors to the anthology from the Seamus Heaney Centre, including Sam Thompson, Aislinn Clarke, and Emma Devlin. There will be live musical accompaniment to some of the readings, and the opportunity to buy the book on the night. 

I’ll be helping provide sound accompanyment.