Saturday, 10 September 2016

Live: Gigonometry - Tim Cooke, Vulpynes, Rosa Nutty & Drown

Gigonometry Vulpynes Rosa Nutty Drown
Photo: Remy Connolly

Drown - Live @ The Workman's Club, Dublin


Info: It was some night and some line-up in The Workman's Club, Dublin tonight. Although I've no photo and I apologise, I've subsequently become aware via folk at the gig tonight and my own ears afterwards (via the power of the internet) that Tim Cooke is a horribly talented electric guitarist who I need to see live asap. Overall it was a great night of music courtesy of Dave of Gigonometry, with a superb set from (a) a band I've been dying to see since they released their debut single 'Terry Said' recently, Vulpynes (b) someone I heard so much about for over a year, then heard her music, and was moved by it, and finally got to see live tonight Rosa Nutty

'And over here!' as Jools Holland would say, and there were times (most of the time) that I thought any of these acts could be on his BBC stage, introduced by him and have an impact on the audience, came Galway-based (with some Dublin members) (can't have it all!) band Drown hit the stage and Christ on a stick I was in heaven. They sounded immense, their set was perfect and it was all Sonic Youth but not Sonic Youth, it was an experience, and they were everything you'd want from a headline act.

Special thanks to Elaine Doyle Photography for kind permission to use some of her photos from the night. https://www.facebook.com/ElaineDoylePhotography


Tim Cooke Elaine doyle Photography
Photo: Elaine Doyle Photography


Photo: Elaine Doyle Photography


Vulpynes Live @ The Workman's Club, Dublin


Rosa Nutty Remy Connolly
Photo: Remy Connolly


Rosa Nutty Remy Connolly
Photo: Remy Connolly


Photo: Remy Connolly


Photo: Remy Connolly


Photo: Remy Connolly

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