MON­DAY 17.04.17

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS -

EASTER RIS­ING Liam Ó Maon­laí Sir­ius Arts Cen­tre, Cobh 7pm Adm free sir­iusarts­cen­tre.ie This mar­itime lo­ca­tion plays host to Hot­house Flower Ó Maon­laí (be­low) as part of its Easter fes­tiv­i­ties, Cru­in­niú na Cásca. Ó Maon­laí’s rep­u­ta­tion for ef­fer­ves­cent live per­for­mance, whether in com­pany or solo, means that this is a date not de­signed for the faint of heart. Equally at home with trad, folk and world mu­sic forms, Ó Maon­laí’s read­ing of such sean nós stal­warts as Sad­hbh Ní Bhru­in­neal­laigh is sim­ply and ut­terly peer­less. His bare feet, bodhrán, pi­ano and song­book are the tools of his trade: so hang on to your hat – and your seat. SL TECHNO KING­PINS The Night In­sti­tute The Foundry Belfast 9pm £10 thenight­in­sti­tute.com The Bur­den broth­ers are go­ing to work it out. As Oc­tave One, Lenny and Lawrence Bur­den, along with a sup­port­ing cast of up to three other broth­ers at times, have been pro­duc­ing pris­tine, ground­break­ing techno since I Be­lieve ap­peared on a 10 Records in­tro­duc­tion to techno’s new school back in 1990. Since then, the Detroit sib­lings have re­leased many fine cuts (many of those mid-1990s re­leases for 430 West still work won­ders to­day), remixed a rake of tracks (in­clud­ing DJ Rolando, Mas­sive At­tack and In­ner City) and taken their show around the world. Re­leases such as Sum­mers On Jupiter have shown they’re good when it comes to col­lab­o­ra­tions too, with con­tri­bu­tions from Ann Saun­der­son, the vo­cal­ist fea­tured on their clas­sic Black­wa­ter tune, and MC P Gruv. Sup­port from The Night In­sti­tute’s Timmy Ste­wart and Jor­dan with the Tw!tch DJs in Room 2. JC

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