WED­NES­DAY 17.02.16

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - THE TICKET SEVEN DAYS - But­ton Fac­tory Dublin 7.30pm ¤18.50 but­ton­fac­tory.ie TCL SL AD

ALT FOLK/POP Ju­lia Holter Four al­bums un­der her belt, and still Ju­lia Holter’s mu­sic reigns supreme. Her most re­cent al­bum – last year’s Have You in My Wilder­ness –ap­peared in many end-of-year Top Al­bums lists, and re­mains as del­i­cate and jazzy-folky an item as it was five months ago. Gig of the week? TRAD Jon Pickow Jean Ritchie was a Ken­tucky song col­lec­tor and singer who did us all a great ser­vice when she col­lected so many of our songs, back in the 1950s, while a Ful­bright scholar. Now, her son, Jon Pickow re­turns to cel­e­brate the re­lease of Mary McPart­lan’s trib­ute al­bum to his mother, From Moun­tain to Moun­tain, this month. Ex­pect Ap­palachia and Cúl Aodha to co­a­lesce and col­lide, not to men­tion many points in be­tween, from both sides of the At­lantic. ART My Own Un­known Emerg­ing Vis­ual Artist Award win­ner 2014 Dra­gana Jurisic, work­ing mainly with doc­u­men­tary pho­tog­ra­phy, tells a per­sonal story in­volv­ing Jurisic, her aunt’s mys­te­ri­ous per­sonal his­tory and a young woman who died in the late 19th cen­tury, l’In­con­nue de la Seine, whose body was al­legedly re­cov­ered from the river Seine and whose death mask was cast in a bid to iden­tify her.

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