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Box Emissions

Label/etc. |
Ireland |
boxemissions.bandcamp.com |
boxemissions@gmail.com
Oct 21 '14
Rachel Ni Chuinn and mvestle are playing in a swimming pool in Howth this Sunday. As a part of the exhibition Amid the Deepening Shades.https://www.facebook.com/events/1501514546774205https://www.facebook.com/events/603305506440384

Rachel Ni Chuinn and mvestle are playing in a swimming pool in Howth this Sunday. As a part of the exhibition Amid the Deepening Shades.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1501514546774205
https://www.facebook.com/events/603305506440384

Aug 14 '14

fungalflute:

Clip of my set at the AVANT festival in Cork a couple of weeks ago.

Have a surprise guest drummer playing with me this Saturday at MONSTERS OF ROT IV. Hopefully I’ll have a working bulb. SCALD LIFE.

LUXURY MOLLUSC

Aug 1 '14

pfurmel:

Inside recent custom panel.

Aug 1 '14

sioraigeimhreadh:

Seven minutes from our gig the other week, with some help from a few friends.

Siorai Geimhreadh a couple of weeks ago. With an extended line up.

Jul 25 '14
Jul 23 '14
Jul 23 '14
Poster for the next Box Gig: Headless Kross, Venus Sleeps and Horse in Bradleys.

Poster for the next Box Gig: Headless Kross, Venus Sleeps and Horse in Bradleys.

Jul 4 '14
sioraigeimhreadh:

SAFE + Siorai Geimhreadh (with guests) + Luxury Mollusc
Siorai Geimhreadh: Experimental Noise Rock band Siorai Geimhreadh will work collaboratively with a number of musicians for a semi-improvised performance, working with the intention of creating an intense one-off piece, this performance will expand on their usual musical style, utilising the extended line up to move out of the rock band dynamic and allow for a unique live experience.













Safe: Noise behemoths Safe return to play their only Irish gig of 2014. Combining field recordings, howling feedback, thundering pulses of noise, frequency bursts, Safe are keeping it loud, in the face of eclecticism and hip quirkiness. Po-faced sonic violence meets stern power electronics meets didactic walls of noise. Their last release was a collaboration with noise legend Vomir,a tape in which ‘Vomir contributed no sound and Safe played nothing’. They are working in deadly earnestness on new album ‘The Fall of Rome’, in between commissioning stellar works by international artists on their label dotdotdotmusicLuxury Mollusc: Sounds like the fear/drowning/spiritual castration. Ditch drone and gravel groan, harsh scrap noise and occult ambient unease.http://theavant.wordpress.com/2014/07/01/safe-siorai-geimhreadh-luxury-mollusc/

sioraigeimhreadh:

SAFE + Siorai Geimhreadh (with guests) + Luxury Mollusc

Siorai Geimhreadh: Experimental Noise Rock band Siorai Geimhreadh will work collaboratively with a number of musicians for a semi-improvised performance, working with the intention of creating an intense one-off piece, this performance will expand on their usual musical style, utilising the extended line up to move out of the rock band dynamic and allow for a unique live experience.

Safe: Noise behemoths Safe return to play their only Irish gig of 2014. Combining field recordings, howling feedback, thundering pulses of noise, frequency bursts, Safe are keeping it loud, in the face of eclecticism and hip quirkiness. Po-faced sonic violence meets stern power electronics meets didactic walls of noise. Their last release was a collaboration with noise legend Vomir,a tape in which ‘Vomir contributed no sound and Safe played nothing’. They are working in deadly earnestness on new album ‘The Fall of Rome’, in between commissioning stellar works by international artists on their label dotdotdotmusic

Luxury Mollusc: Sounds like the fear/drowning/spiritual castration. Ditch drone and gravel groan, harsh scrap noise and occult ambient unease.

http://theavant.wordpress.com/2014/07/01/safe-siorai-geimhreadh-luxury-mollusc/
Jun 23 '14
Jun 16 '14
sioraigeimhreadh:

Poster for the Dublin gig next week

sioraigeimhreadh:

Poster for the Dublin gig next week