This December Dublin scenesters will get the chance to sample a slice of the current Cork live music scene with the recent announcement from The Grand Parade that Dead School, Lamp and the much lauded Zombie Computer will combine on Friday, December 2nd to paint Crawdaddy a bright, southern shade of red.
Tickets are priced at €7/€5 and the three live performances will be followed by a dj set provided by Freakscene and members of legendary Cork band, The Frank And Walters.
The official tagline is below :
The Grand Parade is a new gig featuring the best emerging bands from Cork,
along with special guest DJ sets, all rolled into one night at Crawdaddy. The
first Grand Parade bill is proud to present Dead School, Zombie Computer and
Dead School’s post punk noise has already been championed by Today
FM’s Paul McLoone despite only two singles to date. Zombie Computer
(Psychonavigation Records) have quickly establised themselves as festival
favourites with their stomping and dark electronic grooves, while LAMP’s
psychedelic and nu-jazz influenced album ‘Sagittarius’ is one of the most
inventive records spawned by Leeside in years.
The three bands will be joined by special guest DJs from Cork’s longest running
alternative nightclub, Freakscene and indie legends, the Frank & Walters,
keeping the vibes going until late.