Thursday 23 April 2009

Live Film Score Show At The Box Social with Hulk, Ewa Gigon,Children Under Hoof, This Sat.. 25th of April

This saturday, another live film scoring show, I promise it won't be as intenso as the last one, we probably couldnt make it as heavy if we tried.
Anyways we are luckly to get a rare live outing from Hulk, he was going to play the last film scoring show till a bike crash took him of the bill. But he's back fighting fit for this one. Also we got Polands best import Ewa gigon who will be spinning her enchanting loop. Children Under Hoof plus friends have been called in to the fray after one of the acts dropped out at the last minute. They will be doing a scene from a classic John Carpenter film.

"Words cant explain the beauty and emotion this music displays" - Angry Ape
"An elegant, delicate walk through a deserted citadel" - PLAN B Magazine
"...haunting, captivating and doesnt bear much resemblance to anything else."- The Milkfactory

Eerie ethereal loops from Polish Ewa Gigon.
Ewa Gigon

Krautrock dream poppers are minus two members but will a couple of extra folks to help full up their sound on saturday.
Children Under Hoof

Live At The Box Social
Saturday 25th of April
TAKE NOTE - From 5pm and films scoring over at 9pm - NOTE TAKE
€4 suggested donation
All Age Show

Address: The Shed behind No. 236 South Circular Road, Dublin 8.
Directions: 19 or 122 bus (leaves from O'Connell St heading south), get off at the Mosque (ask driver) and continue in same direction as bus up to the crossroads, take a right down donore avenue and take the first right down a small lane. The Box Social is the third door on the right! See google map link below.

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Thanks to all that came out and supposed the Box Social, Hulk and Ewa were both spellbounding, better than even I could have predicted since it was my first time experiencing both live. Both films they played along too really highlighted their stengths and in case anyone was wondering what films they played too, it was "Viy" (1967) and "Alice" (1988) respectively. With the help from the lovely Erin on double bass, Children Under Hoof arent half bad if I do say so myself. You got to dig into a abit of self back slapping sometime I think when the chips are cold and there isnt a drop of ketchup left.

1 comment:

Jiffy said...

there's a new cover by them of a beck song floating around that they released too