Days On End is a new, independently-run festival aiming to celebrate the best of Ireland’s burgeoning experimental music-scene. Occurring over three days and nights, it will seek to foster a greater network of exchange between musicians, improvisers, and experimental practitioners from all across the country, whilst also hoping to encourage a greater level of awareness and sense of participation among the general public.
Taking place in a number of venues around Cork City, the festival will include live performances, film screenings, workshops and talks. It will then culminate with the final 24-hour improvisational event, ON, hosted by Sample-Studios featuring a succession of different performers, dropping in and out as the night progresses. SEE MORE HERE
The performance is a development of the Day of the Endless Drone, a performance held in Sample-Studios on Culture Night 2011, featuring members of Mersk, the Quiet Club, TenPastSeven, The Altered Hours, Trumpets of Jericho, Safe, and Agitate the Gravel among others.