A Little Half Day Festival

A Little Half Day Festival

Saturday, 21 July 2018, 5.00pm

Hunters Moon x Dhalgren Sound presents A Little Half Day Festival featuring.......


Crevice is a collaboration between three well-established Cork musicians. Irene Buckley is one half of Wry Myrrh and has composed for theatre and film, Elaine Howley is a member of The Altered Hours and Morning Veils, and Roslyn Steer also plays in the latter, performs solo, and co-runs the KantCope label.

‘In Heart’, their first release, uses layers of vocals, synths and electronics to craft a rich, wide-ranging sound with elements of pop and darkwave in an immersive ambience. The result achieves a timelessness, music at once hazily dreamlike and emotionally direct.



Innercity the prolific synth-based project of Hans Dens, Bart De Paepe, David Colohan, Eva Tourné, Ignace De Bruyn. As real as Maya and Maha.

Though associated with the ambient / synth underground, Dens eschews the prevailing escapist vibes of that scene in favour of a more visceral, rough-hewn and disorientating soundworld, characterised by sleep-deprived hysteria and bad-trip paranoia.



Syrian folk & Dabke music (live)


Declan Synnott works with a variety of methods based around tape and analogue synthesiser. Rooted in noise and experimental sound, Declan's live performances are focused on dense, immersive sound, intentionally loose from any strict structural boundary, building a wall of textured noise.

https://declansynnott.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/declan-synnott


Eva Tourné aka DJ Backstabber

Belgium's Eva Tourné will take you on a musical world safari as DJ Backstabber. First you'll cruise some true relaxed desert sounds blasting Nollywood and Naija. Then you can shake every muscle of your body on some Bollywood and tribal Morrocan BerBer music and don't forget to wind down low and slow on some Island sounds and a Cumbia rhythm. Last port of call will be Myanmar popsongs.


+ more tba

STALLS: Art for Blind & Tesla Tapes



Crevice - Black Box

Published on 22 June 2018

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