THURS­DAY 12.03.15

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ART Panorama Pal­las Projects, Dublin Mar 11-15 pal­laspro­ A show of di­verse work by 13 artists – all women, all pain­ters and all af­fil­i­ated with, but not nec­es­sar­ily from, Dublin. It sounds great. Par­tic­i­pat­ing are Joanne Boyle, Diana Cop­per­white, Mol­lie Douthit, Anne Hen­drick, Gil­lian Lawler, Ruth E Lyons, Ni­amh McCann, Aileen Mur­phy, Sinéad Ní Mhaon­aigh, Lesley-Ann O’Con­nell, Sanja Todor­ovic, Kathy Ty­nan and Chanelle Wal­she. AD FOLK The Un­thanks Na­tional Con­cert Hall, Dublin 8.30pm ¤26 As they stretch ever out­wards into ar­eas that are typ­i­cally the pre­serve of tra­di­tional English folk, Ty­ne­side’s The Un­thanks bend to no one. Their lat­est al­bum, Mount the Air, takes this ap­proach even fur­ther by blend­ing earthy vo­cals with vir­tu­ally sym­phonic song ar­range­ments. If we’re lucky, there might even be clog danc­ing. TCL HIP-HOP Jay Elec­tron­ica

Whe­lan’s, Dublin 8pm ¤18 twit­­elec­tron­ica While the wait for Jay Elec­tron­ica’s (above) de­but al­bum proper goes on, the fact that the enig­matic rap­per is play­ing a few rare live shows this month may be cause for op­ti­mism. It’s eight years since the New Or­leans na­tive first ap­peared on our radars with the am­bi­tious Act 1: Eter­nal Sun­shine (The Pledge) and he’s had a che­quered ca­reer since. Ap­par­ently, the al­bum Act II: Patents of No­bil­ity (The Turn) is ready to go. so here’s hop­ing it gets a 2015 re­lease. Un­less Ken­drick La­mar or Run the Jew­els touch down for a se­cret gig, this is prob­a­bly Dublin’s hip-hop show of the sea­son. JC

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