Native Spaces presents ‘A Native Perspective’ with Kerrie, Jon Hussey, Fran Hartnett and Louche for what will be a magical evening. Showcasing Ireland’s electronic music culture in a truly unique space, The Granary at Borris House, Co Carlow. ‘The Granary’ plays host to live musical performances from some of Ireland’s prestigious electronic musical talents with live visuals from Kev Freeney. Delightful.
You can find Kerrie performing live and headlining A Native Perspective. The Cork raised, Manchester based artist has had a rather monumental few years of late, where she has performed numerous landmark gigs in Europe including Fabric, Tresor and Freedom Festival in Medellin with a number of gigs at the Eastern Bloc.
Equipped with arms of production hardware, from which she has created a staggering slew of releases that have received huge acclaim on labels like Blueprint, Cultivated Electronics, Don’t Be Afraid, I Love Acid and her own imprint Dark Machine Funk, Kerrie’s live performance is one we’re keen to see in action at Borris House.
Fran Hartnett has been steadily producing around the outer realms of techno, including experimental electronic music, and numerous forms of visual arts, where he is also highly regarded as a remarkable contributor to the Irish techno scene.
Fran’s music has featured on numerous techno imprints across Europe that include Audio Assault, Plector & User Experience. Continuous support on Fran’s music has come from Surgeon, Dave Clarke, Luke Slater, Truss, Xhin, AnD, Inigo Kennedy, The Lady Machine, Sunil Sharpe, Adam X, Cailín, Ben Sims and many more.
Jon Hussey, who boasts multiple Life Festival, Fuinneamh Festival and Tresor appearances as well as holding down support slots for the likes of Jeff Mills, Sunil Sharpe and Lewis Fautzi over the last few years makes his way to Carlow in what will be a stellar showcase of some of the finest techno Ireland has to offer.
Fran and Jon will be joining forces for A Native Perspective where they will be performing a joint hybrid live set, where they will push their machines to the limit with the aim of creating a boiling hot performance comprised of the finest analogue and digital technological sounds there is to offer.
Opening up the event is a familiar and popular DJ of the Dublin dance scene, Carlow native Louche, who will be providing an expert selection of deep cuts to open the event.
Doors open at 6pm with a BBQ with a ‘Native’ range of homemade sauces and Kombucha brewed by the team in The Fermentary. Transport and accommodation is also available for the event. If you have any queries regarding A Native Perspective you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
This event has been kindly funded by The Department of Culture’s Nighttime Economy Support Scheme (NTESS).
Tickets for A Native Perspective can be purchased here.