MON­DAY 16.10.17

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


The Breed­ers Vicar Street, Dublin 7.30pm ¤35 tick­et­mas­ Formed in 1989 by Pix­ies’ Kim Deal and Throw­ing Muses’ Tanya Don­nelly, The Breed­ers is now more of a fam­ily con­cern (Kim’s twin sis­ter, Kelley, re­placed Don­nelly when she left in 1992; orig­i­nal bassist Jo Wiggs is now back in the fold) than a tem­po­rary refuge for stray mu­si­cians. Mu­si­cal edges, how­ever, re­main ser­rated, and although they haven’t re­leased an al­bum in al­most 10 years, you can ex­pect to hear new ma­te­rial that will see the light of day shortly. TCL


The Hor­rors Man­dela Hall Belfast 6.30pm £19.50 man­de­la­ Also Tues­day, Tivoli The­atre, Dublin 8pm ¤24 tick­et­mas­ The Hor­rors formed about 12 years ago, based on a shared love of 1960s garage rock, 1970s punk, 1980s post-punk/ goth and a gen­eral ap­proach that delved more into the murky un­der­ground than the gar­ish main­stream. Over the past 10 years, they’ve re­leased five al­bums, each one bet­ter than the pre­vi­ous. Lat­est work, V, is, there­fore, their best to date, with The Ticket call­ing it “a thrilling se­quence of mag­pie ap­proaches de­liv­ered with due ac­knowl­edg­ment and re­spect”. You know what to do. TCL


Bowie to Buck­ley: a World aPärt Sugar Club, Dublin, 8.30pm, €17, the­sug­ar­ The mu­sic world con­tin­ues to mourn the pass­ing of David Bowie, but how many trib­utes in­volve a jazz gui­tarist, a long­stand­ing mem­ber of Bowie’s band from Clon­tarf, four cel­los and the mu­sic of Arvo Pärt? Hugh Buck­ley is the driv­ing force be­hind this un­usual trib­ute to the Thin White Duke, with per­for­mances from the gui­tarist’s front-rank quin­tet with sax­o­phon­ist Michael Buck­ley and pi­anist Phil Ware, Dublin-born Bowie side­man Gerry Leonard and the massed cel­los of Cello Ire­land. Just for one day. CL

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