THURS­DAY 20.10.16

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - MUSIC REVIEWS -

ROWDY Sleaford Mods Vicar St Dublin 7.30pm ¤22.90 tick­et­mas­ Sleaford Mods have proved that there is much love out there for un­re­fined, sparse and pug­na­cious mu­sic that takes its cues from elec­tro/punk/rap. Fac­tor in im­pas­sioned analy­ses of grim work­ing-class life in Bri­tain, and you have an au­then­tic, un­com­pro­mis­ing band of the peo­ple. TCL LAT­ERAL TRAD Cormac Be­g­ley and Rushad Eg­gle­ston Na­tional Con­cert Hall, Dublin 8pm ¤15 West Kerry con­certina player is joined by US in­no­va­tor and cello per­cus­sion­ist, (and co-founder of Crooked Still) Eg­gle­ston, for their only per­for­mance in Dublin this au­tumn. This is a night that prom­ises much by way of spec­tac­u­lar mu­si­cal hair­pin bends. SL SPARTAN TRAD Conor Cauld­well and Danny Di­a­mond The Cob­ble­stone, Smith­field 8.30pm ¤10 cob­ble­ This Belfast-born fid­dle duo have taken their in­stru­ments on a pi­caresque and spare jour­ney through the by­ways and both­a­reens of the north­ern land­scape from whence they came on their re­cent al­bum North, merg­ing found man­u­script tunes with those from the oral tra­di­tion, along with orig­i­nal pieces. Tonight the pair cel­e­brate the al­bum launch. SL SONG­WRITER Cate Le Bon The Work­man’s Club Dublin 8pm ¤18.50 the­work­man­ Welsh song­writer Cate Ti­mothy (above) has been tip­ping away for over 10 years, ini­tially as a guest vo­cal­ist for in­dige­nous mu­sic acts such as Gruff Rhys, Manic Street Preach­ers, and Fu­neral for a Friend. The past few years, how­ever, has seen Le Bon de­velop their own im­pos­ing style. TCL

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