SIONNA Music and Arts and Give Us The Night are delighted to present this stellar lineup of Irish talent. Lineup includes Enda Gallery, Citrus Fresh, Krome and Rumi.
Enda Gallery is influenced by genre defying artists such as Frank Ocean and Prince – mixed with the deep sincerity of songwriters like Sufjan Stevens, Alicia Keys and even Freddie Mercury. When Enda Gallery released his debut album ‘The Journey to Zero’ in April 2020 under his old name Delush, the Irish artist had already collaborated with the likes of Kid Simius, Dead Rabbit, Nobody’s Face and written/produced for Tolü Makay, Willzee and Strange Boy.
Citrus Fresh recorded his debut album Operating System down in Limerick city’s Dry Lane studios during 2020, releasing the soulful 12-track in early December. With 40Hurtz (Eoin Maguire) and Danny Lanham providing production and instrumentation respectively, the album set Citrus Fresh and co. on a trajectory in alternative Irish hip-hop.
Krome is an Irish rapper from Shannon, County Clare, based in Limerick City. Krome is new to the scene, but has been involved in many cyphers such as performing on the “Who’s Asking Remix” with The Southwest Allstars on RTE’s The Tommy Tiernan Show and has featured on Spin SouthWest with GodKnows, Culture Night 2019 and Make A Move 2018. Alongside his cyphers and a feature on Hazey Haze’s “Is Mise” album, he has been programmed across Limerick at Macronite, Dolans, Pharmacia, Record Room and Wickham Tap – extending to festivals such as Knockanstockan and an appearance in Workman’s Club, Dublin. In September, Krome released his debut video on YouTube for his latest track “Liars”.
Rumi is an Irish singer and songwriter who produces a sound that blends nostalgic atmosphere with strong beats, with some style influences ranging from Electro Pop to Alternative Rock and everything in between. Rumi honed her craft and musical style during her time at Limerick Institute of Technology where she explored the world of music & tech. “Moi”, Rumi’s latest single and video has been described by blogger Nialler9 as – “a craftily assembled dance track, showing a lot of creativity in its dry vocals, detailed hi-hat patterns.” Along with Rumi being added to Nialler9’s Irish Times – “Artists to Watch” piece. Visuals are by Visual Spectrum, who you may recognise from TOT’s 2019 “Open Éire” show in UL courtyard or from the jaw dropping Depot Stage at AVA Festival, Belfast.
Venue capacity is greatly reduced for this event and no Covid cert will be required upon entry.
Time: 8pm - 11:30pm
Genres: Music / Other / Performance
Address: King John's Castle, Limerick