FRI­DAY 22.05.15

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS - Tony Clay­ton-Lea Jim Car­roll

Arthur Rus­sell’s In­stru­men­tals This ac­claimed work of Amer­i­can cel­list and com­poser Arthur Rus­sell (who died, barely known and vir­tu­ally pen­ni­less, in 1992) is re­garded as his most im­por­tant en­sem­ble piece for con­cert, and is pre­sented in a rare out­ing by his regular col­lab­o­ra­tor, Peter Gor­don. HOUSE Mis­fit Aal­borg may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think about house mu­sic’s hotspots, but the Dan­ish city is home to René Kris­tensen, a man who has been con­sis­tently fir­ing up dance­floors as Noir. Tracks such as Around and Found Out are what have made his rep­u­ta­tion for deep, dark twis­ters. HIP-HOP Mndsgn Ir­ish de­but for the Stones Throw dude be­hind last year’s well-re­ceived Yawn Zen al­bum. The man be­hind the vowel-averse Mndsgn is Ringgo Ancheta, a chap with a colour­ful fam­ily back­story (in­volv­ing the Aum Shin­rikyo cult) and a su­perb take on hip-hop’s kalei­descopic, psy­che­delic wild side. Sup­port by the Lee from Stink, Apol­ca­lypsE and Mid­night

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