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gush, Ria Rua, ALYXIS, I Dreamed I Dream
The Depot @ The Complex
Saturday 29th July
Doors 8:00 pm / Show 8:30 pm
Curated by Foggy Notions.
gush makes original dance-pop music in Dublin. Their single Skydiving is due for release in summer 2023, ahead of their first upcoming album.
Ria Rua is an up-and-coming Alt-Pop Irish artist and producer. She has released a series of critically acclaimed singles and most recently her debut EP Chaos/Control. Her current single I Want You has been featured on Spotify editorial playlists New Music Friday and An Alternative Future and championed across RTE 2FM here in Ireland. Ria Rua also wowed audiences in Dublin’s Vicar Street recently – opening the show for Soda Blonde. Most recently she travelled to the Czech Republic to play at the United Islands of Prague music festival. She is currently recording her debut album which will be released in the spring of 2024.
ALYXIS is a non-binary dark electronic music producer and visual artist. Their conceptual approach to music production and visual artistry creates a unique blend that delves deep into a dark electronic soundscape, taking listeners on a journey through their virtual world, XOIOXO. Recently performing in Paris and supporting notable acts Sega Bodega & Lyra Pramuk, ALYXIS has gained recognition for their debut EP released through FACT MAG. With “breathtaking visuals and ethereal vocals”, their music is described as “transcendent and theatrical’’. Stay tuned for their upcoming debut album, promising to deliver another mesmerizing sonic journey.
I Dreamed I Dream are a genre-blending five-piece band from Cork. They are influenced by everything ranging from shoegaze and post-punk to classic girl groups. Since their first gig, supporting Silverbacks at Spilt Milk festival in late 2021, IDID have gone on to play with the likes of post-punk legend Gina Birch, M(h)aol and the Frank & Walters, as well as playing Cork Midsummer Festival and Féile na Grèine. Described by the Evening Echo/Examiners Mike McGrath-Bryan as “emerging experimentalists” and with a “healthy disregard for musical convention”, IDID are fast becoming one of Ireland’s most captivating bands.