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The Academy, Saturday 9th November

Stomptown Brass – Fight Tour: After a summer of hard work in the studio, they've emerged bloodied and raring to hit the road once more!

Stomptown Brass has emerged as one of the most unique 8-piece acts in Ireland in recent times. Blending the sounds of funk and blues with a raucous cacophony of powerful driving rhythms, they make the most of their impressive line-up: two Drummers, two Trombones, two Trumpets, one Saxophone and one big dirty Tuba. The originality of their sound combined with the unmistakable energy of brass music sets them apart from any other act in Ireland. The set is made up almost exclusively of originals written by trombonist James O'Leary. The tunes include bluesy vocals, dark infectious grooves, disco beat breakdowns, and funky minimalist rhythms, all delivered with a level of enthusiasm and showmanship rarely found on the circuit today.


Date:
Saturday 9th November
Time:
7.30pm
Price:
€23
Address:
The Academy, Middle Abbey Street, Middle Abbey Street, North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

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