Wölfbait / David Donohoe / Niamh de Barra

Wölfbait / David Donohoe / Niamh de Barra

08th Mar 2013

8pm €8

The Joinery present a night of improvised electronics and negative psychadelics featuring David Donohue, Wölfbait and Niamh de Barra.

Wölfbait

Wölfbait are a 5-piece experimental/noise/rock/drone band from Dublin.

Live video

Bandcamp

David Donohoe

David Donohoe’s solo music practice is focused on improvisation based on modal structures. He is interested in music as a response to the immediate moment. Currently performing live using combinations of synthesizers, samplers and processors, restricts himself to a limited number of scales and modes, aiming for a visceral tonality drawing on traditional folk music, early music and free jazz.

He coordinates Rainfear, a loose arrangement of improvising musicians. Currently comprising himself, Fergus Cullen and Peter Maybury it can operate as any iteration of the three from individual solo to trio. It is also open to the addition of any number of other musicians.

With Eamonn Doyle he is working on String Machine, a collaborative music project, seeking to open dialogue between acoustic and digital traditions and practices.

He has released albums and EPs on 9pt, D1 Recordings, Fällt, Force-inc, Mille-Plateaux and Minimise.

Website

Niamh de Barra

Niamh de Barra works primarily with cello, voice, electronics and sampling software, layering different textures in a live setting, to build a song from scratch. Her music draws on traditions old and new – a contemporary Irish cultural narrative, electronic, but with a human face and a transparent process.

She’s played in a range of venues in Ireland and the Netherlands, from sitting-rooms to avant-garde jazz clubs to a tent in a field on the edge of a cliff, and her music has celebrated Bloomsday in Bray, and been broadcast on TG4’s ‘Ceol ar an Imeall’ and Dan Hegarty’s Studio 8 Sessions on 2FM.

She’s released two EPs, ‘Cusp’ (2010) and ‘Below The Sea’ (2012), and a full-length album, ‘Echo’ (2012), which is due to be released on vinyl on Alphabet Set in late 2012.

Bandcamp

Website

The Joinery present a night of improvised electronics and negative psychadelics featuring David Donohue, Wölfbait and Niamh de Barra. *Wölfbait* Wölfbait are a 5-piece experimental/noise/rock/drone band from Dublin. "Live video":http://vimeo.com/57057575 "Bandcamp":http://artforblind.bandcamp.com/album/w-lfbait *David Donohoe* David Donohoe's solo music practice is focused on improvisation based on modal structures. He is interested in music as a response to the immediate moment. Currently performing live using combinations of synthesizers, samplers and processors, restricts himself to a limited number of scales and modes, aiming for a visceral tonality drawing on traditional folk music, early music and free jazz. He coordinates Rainfear, a loose arrangement of improvising musicians. Currently comprising himself, Fergus Cullen and Peter Maybury it can operate as any iteration of the three from individual solo to trio. It is also open to the addition of any number of other musicians. With Eamonn Doyle he is working on String Machine, a collaborative music project, seeking to open dialogue between acoustic and digital traditions and practices. He has released albums and EPs on 9pt, D1 Recordings, Fällt, Force-inc, Mille-Plateaux and Minimise. "Website":http://www.daviddonohoe.com/design-identity/index.php *Niamh de Barra* Niamh de Barra works primarily with cello, voice, electronics and sampling software, layering different textures in a live setting, to build a song from scratch. Her music draws on traditions old and new – a contemporary Irish cultural narrative, electronic, but with a human face and a transparent process. She’s played in a range of venues in Ireland and the Netherlands, from sitting-rooms to avant-garde jazz clubs to a tent in a field on the edge of a cliff, and her music has celebrated Bloomsday in Bray, and been broadcast on TG4’s ‘Ceol ar an Imeall’ and Dan Hegarty’s Studio 8 Sessions on 2FM. She’s released two EPs, ‘Cusp’ (2010) and ‘Below The Sea’ (2012), and a full-length album, ‘Echo’ (2012), which is due to be released on vinyl on Alphabet Set in late 2012. "Bandcamp":http://niamhdebarra.bandcamp.com "Website":http://niamhdebarramusic.wordpress.com The Joinery present a night of improvised electronics and negative psychadelics featuring David Donohue, Wölfbait and Niamh de Barra. *Wölfbait* Wölfbait are a 5-piece experimental/noise/rock/drone band from Dublin. "Live video":http://vimeo.com/57057575 "Bandcamp":http://artforblind.bandcamp.com/album/w-lfbait *David Donohoe* David Donohoe's solo music practice is focused on improvisation based on modal structures. He is interested in music as a response to the immediate moment. Currently performing live using combinations of synthesizers, samplers and processors, restricts himself to a limited number of scales and modes, aiming for a visceral tonality drawing on traditional folk music, early music and free jazz. He coordinates Rainfear, a loose arrangement of improvising musicians. Currently comprising himself, Fergus Cullen and Peter Maybury it can operate as any iteration of the three from individual solo to trio. It is also open to the addition of any number of other musicians. With Eamonn Doyle he is working on String Machine, a collaborative music project, seeking to open dialogue between acoustic and digital traditions and practices. He has released albums and EPs on 9pt, D1 Recordings, Fällt, Force-inc, Mille-Plateaux and Minimise. "Website":http://www.daviddonohoe.com/design-identity/index.php *Niamh de Barra* Niamh de Barra works primarily with cello, voice, electronics and sampling software, layering different textures in a live setting, to build a song from scratch. Her music draws on traditions old and new – a contemporary Irish cultural narrative, electronic, but with a human face and a transparent process. She’s played in a range of venues in Ireland and the Netherlands, from sitting-rooms to avant-garde jazz clubs to a tent in a field on the edge of a cliff, and her music has celebrated Bloomsday in Bray, and been broadcast on TG4’s ‘Ceol ar an Imeall’ and Dan Hegarty’s Studio 8 Sessions on 2FM. She’s released two EPs, ‘Cusp’ (2010) and ‘Below The Sea’ (2012), and a full-length album, ‘Echo’ (2012), which is due to be released on vinyl on Alphabet Set in late 2012. "Bandcamp":http://niamhdebarra.bandcamp.com "Website":http://niamhdebarramusic.wordpress.com
The Joinery present a night of improvised electronics and negative psychadelics featuring David Donohue, Wölfbait and Niamh de Barra. *Wölfbait* Wölfbait are a 5-piece experimental/noise/rock/drone band from Dublin. "Live video":http://vimeo.com/57057575 "Bandcamp":http://artforblind.bandcamp.com/album/w-lfbait *David Donohoe* David Donohoe's solo music practice is focused on improvisation based on modal structures. He is interested in music as a response to the immediate moment. Currently performing live using combinations of synthesizers, samplers and processors, restricts himself to a limited number of scales and modes, aiming for a visceral tonality drawing on traditional folk music, early music and free jazz. He coordinates Rainfear, a loose arrangement of improvising musicians. Currently comprising himself, Fergus Cullen and Peter Maybury it can operate as any iteration of the three from individual solo to trio. It is also open to the addition of any number of other musicians. With Eamonn Doyle he is working on String Machine, a collaborative music project, seeking to open dialogue between acoustic and digital traditions and practices. He has released albums and EPs on 9pt, D1 Recordings, Fällt, Force-inc, Mille-Plateaux and Minimise. "Website":http://www.daviddonohoe.com/design-identity/index.php *Niamh de Barra* Niamh de Barra works primarily with cello, voice, electronics and sampling software, layering different textures in a live setting, to build a song from scratch. Her music draws on traditions old and new – a contemporary Irish cultural narrative, electronic, but with a human face and a transparent process. She’s played in a range of venues in Ireland and the Netherlands, from sitting-rooms to avant-garde jazz clubs to a tent in a field on the edge of a cliff, and her music has celebrated Bloomsday in Bray, and been broadcast on TG4’s ‘Ceol ar an Imeall’ and Dan Hegarty’s Studio 8 Sessions on 2FM. She’s released two EPs, ‘Cusp’ (2010) and ‘Below The Sea’ (2012), and a full-length album, ‘Echo’ (2012), which is due to be released on vinyl on Alphabet Set in late 2012. "Bandcamp":http://niamhdebarra.bandcamp.com "Website":http://niamhdebarramusic.wordpress.com The Joinery present a night of improvised electronics and negative psychadelics featuring David Donohue, Wölfbait and Niamh de Barra. *Wölfbait* Wölfbait are a 5-piece experimental/noise/rock/drone band from Dublin. "Live video":http://vimeo.com/57057575 "Bandcamp":http://artforblind.bandcamp.com/album/w-lfbait *David Donohoe* David Donohoe's solo music practice is focused on improvisation based on modal structures. He is interested in music as a response to the immediate moment. Currently performing live using combinations of synthesizers, samplers and processors, restricts himself to a limited number of scales and modes, aiming for a visceral tonality drawing on traditional folk music, early music and free jazz. He coordinates Rainfear, a loose arrangement of improvising musicians. Currently comprising himself, Fergus Cullen and Peter Maybury it can operate as any iteration of the three from individual solo to trio. It is also open to the addition of any number of other musicians. With Eamonn Doyle he is working on String Machine, a collaborative music project, seeking to open dialogue between acoustic and digital traditions and practices. He has released albums and EPs on 9pt, D1 Recordings, Fällt, Force-inc, Mille-Plateaux and Minimise. "Website":http://www.daviddonohoe.com/design-identity/index.php *Niamh de Barra* Niamh de Barra works primarily with cello, voice, electronics and sampling software, layering different textures in a live setting, to build a song from scratch. Her music draws on traditions old and new – a contemporary Irish cultural narrative, electronic, but with a human face and a transparent process. She’s played in a range of venues in Ireland and the Netherlands, from sitting-rooms to avant-garde jazz clubs to a tent in a field on the edge of a cliff, and her music has celebrated Bloomsday in Bray, and been broadcast on TG4’s ‘Ceol ar an Imeall’ and Dan Hegarty’s Studio 8 Sessions on 2FM. She’s released two EPs, ‘Cusp’ (2010) and ‘Below The Sea’ (2012), and a full-length album, ‘Echo’ (2012), which is due to be released on vinyl on Alphabet Set in late 2012. "Bandcamp":http://niamhdebarra.bandcamp.com "Website":http://niamhdebarramusic.wordpress.com The Joinery present a night of improvised electronics and negative psychadelics featuring David Donohue, Wölfbait and Niamh de Barra. *Wölfbait* Wölfbait are a 5-piece experimental/noise/rock/drone band from Dublin. "Live video":http://vimeo.com/57057575 "Bandcamp":http://artforblind.bandcamp.com/album/w-lfbait *David Donohoe* David Donohoe's solo music practice is focused on improvisation based on modal structures. He is interested in music as a response to the immediate moment. Currently performing live using combinations of synthesizers, samplers and processors, restricts himself to a limited number of scales and modes, aiming for a visceral tonality drawing on traditional folk music, early music and free jazz. He coordinates Rainfear, a loose arrangement of improvising musicians. Currently comprising himself, Fergus Cullen and Peter Maybury it can operate as any iteration of the three from individual solo to trio. It is also open to the addition of any number of other musicians. With Eamonn Doyle he is working on String Machine, a collaborative music project, seeking to open dialogue between acoustic and digital traditions and practices. He has released albums and EPs on 9pt, D1 Recordings, Fällt, Force-inc, Mille-Plateaux and Minimise. "Website":http://www.daviddonohoe.com/design-identity/index.php *Niamh de Barra* Niamh de Barra works primarily with cello, voice, electronics and sampling software, layering different textures in a live setting, to build a song from scratch. Her music draws on traditions old and new – a contemporary Irish cultural narrative, electronic, but with a human face and a transparent process. She’s played in a range of venues in Ireland and the Netherlands, from sitting-rooms to avant-garde jazz clubs to a tent in a field on the edge of a cliff, and her music has celebrated Bloomsday in Bray, and been broadcast on TG4’s ‘Ceol ar an Imeall’ and Dan Hegarty’s Studio 8 Sessions on 2FM. She’s released two EPs, ‘Cusp’ (2010) and ‘Below The Sea’ (2012), and a full-length album, ‘Echo’ (2012), which is due to be released on vinyl on Alphabet Set in late 2012. "Bandcamp":http://niamhdebarra.bandcamp.com "Website":http://niamhdebarramusic.wordpress.com