From forming to initially perform at house parties to being hailed as “Dublin math-rock revival” and named as one of the top 50 acts of 2018, experimental three-piece Tribal Dance are turning heads due to their abrasive and unconventional sound. Tribal Dance have built up a reputation for their manic and unpredictable live shows combining techno-inspired noise/krautrock with upbeat chaotic dance rhythms.
That Snaake is a noise-rock combo who do not dress like mods or give each other hugs. They have been described as “distressing”, “unsolicited”, and “a band”. The band can be heard on the cassette tape “In The Court of The Baby Kyng (Little L records) and on the compilations “A Litany of Failures Vol. 1 and 2”. They have recently been mired in a legal battle to release the live album “Groundhog Day 2: The King of Carrot Consumption” which is still slated to be released in the lowest possible fidelity as part of Operation Junkyard Electric Pyramid Nowhere.
The result of mixing a love of science fiction, Spaghetti Westerns and noise-fueled rock. Abandoning their less than impressive origins as one of Cork City’s most forgettable blues bands, the trio have since taken to displaying a dizzying array of sounds, from aggressive rhythms, to noisy space-like textures, along vocals ranging from spoken word, hazy whispers and throaty howls.
9pm, Sin e’
Info / Tickets – sin-e.ie