FRI­DAY 19.06.15

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - THE TICKET SEVEN DAYS - Siob­hán Long TCL Jim Car­roll Welling­ton, Dublin 7pm ¤10/¤5, lis­

TRAD The Galway Ses­sions Fi­nal week­end of back-to-back events fea­tures an in­trigu­ing af­ter­noon ses­sion, hok­ily ti­tled The Girls of Let­ter­frack, de­voted to fid­dling sib­lings, Liz and Yvonne Kane. They are joined by Cher­ish the Ladies’ ac­cor­dion­ist Mirella Mur­ray. Much more fol­lows through­out the week­end, in­clud­ing fa­ther/ son fid­dle duo The Con­neelys, a rake of lo­cal and vis­it­ing mu­si­cians cel­e­brat­ing the life and mu­sic of Ed­die Moloney, and a fi­nal in­ti­mate lunchtime ses­sion with Mick Cre­han and friends. POST ROCK And So I Watch You From Afar ASIWYFA (be­low) have ripped up the rule­book when it comes to the suc­cess of sup­pos­edly non­com­mer­cial mu­sic. The Belfast band cel­e­brates its 10th year (with­out co-founder Tony Wright, who left al­most four years ago) as well as the suc­cess of their re­cent fourth al­bum, Heirs, by play­ing their big­gest head­line Dublin gig to date. TECHNO Regis Karl O’Con­nor’s name is in­deli­bly­part of the nar­ra­tive of mod­ern techno. As Down­wards Records’ la­bel boss, the man known as Regis has over­seen a stream of strong, ground­break­ing re­leases since the early 1990s. O’Con­nor has also con­trib­uted hugely to that haul, both with solo tracks and col­lab­o­ra­tions, such as his Bri­tish Mur­der Boys pro­ject with Sur­geon. Sup­port tonight from cap­i­tal city tech big cheese Su­nil Sharpe. JAZZ & BE­YOND Lis­ten at Welling­ton

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