The Other Voices music festival attracts artists and audiences to its home in Dingle, on the west coast of Ireland and captures compelling performances and conversations for transmission on its own platforms and television stations the world over. In July 2017, Other Voices travelled from Dingle to Berlin for a series of intimate, one-off performances from Irish and International artists in Berlin’s renowned Riverside Studios. This event will took place as a satellite event of Europe’s leading interdisciplinary technology conference, Tech Open Air Berlin.
Berlin is a longstanding metropolitan mecca of culture and a constantly evolving source of inspiration for artists and musicians alike. Other Voices dove right into the midst of it all, bringing together some of the most exciting artists currently working in Ireland and Germany.
We were joined on the night by:
We were delighted to be joined by prolific producer and musician David Kitt, who has just released his first highly anticipated electronic album under the moniker New Jackson. Audience members were treated to Berlin based Tom Adams’ immersive minimalism and spellbinding falsetto as well as patient, dreamy, electronic pop music from Talos. The Gloaming’s Caoimhín Ó’Raghallaigh performed his finely crafted material for solo violin, while electronic, dance, pop singer Soulé proved why she is currently the talk of the town. We were also be joined by Them There, the new project of former frontman of indie/electronica band Archive Craig Walker and ex-Nouvelle Vague singer Phoebe Killdeer. They are the team behind the recent number one track ‘The Fade Out Line’. Their debut album features legends such as Tyler Pope (LCD Sound System) on bass and Knox Chandler (R.E.M., Cindy Lauper) on guitar.
Other Voices Berlin and is supported by The Department of Foreign Affairs and Creative Ireland.