STEPHEN KINK PRESENTS:
RAY BROWN ORCHESTRA
7 Euro after 9pm
This is the moment you might have been waiting for.
Everybody grab your change purses and get on down to the Workman’s Club on Dublin’s Wellington Quay for what will probably be an alright time.
We have four acts for your perusal, from places as far away from each other as Kerry and New York and even as remote as Rathfarnham.
THIS EVENT WILL BE OVER IN TIME FOR THE LAST BUS AND WELL IN TIME FOR THE LAST LUAS.
starting us off will be Junior Brother, whose recent EP, Fuck Off I Love You, shows a love for folk stylings and a complete disregard for commas.
Following J-Bro, (how can they follow that?) will be Dublin noiseniks Nervvs. If you have any Sterling bring it along to the show. As we’ve set aside time for Thomas to exchange it for EU.
Next up on the chopping block is Ray Brown, the man, the mist, the legend. Ray has played upstairs as a solo artist but now brings his unique musical worldview to the main venue with assistance from a ragtag crew of misfits from Dublin and elsewhere, who when their powers are combined, form the Ray Brown Orchestra.
Taking us home will be Cat Palace, a band named after the kind of thing you’d buy for your cat, if you were a fucking asshole. They are from the capital. their debut album was released this year, to almost universal critical indifference.