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Music / September 19, 2022

clipping. are coming to Dublin this November

clipping. Photo credit: Damien Maloney.
Music / September 19, 2022

clipping. are coming to Dublin this November

The experimental hip hop trio are set to make their return to the capital.

As the darker nights close in, at least we’re being gifted with a serious run of gigs to keep us busy into Winter. Foggy Notions have announced that critically-acclaimed West Coast-based experimental hip-hop trio, clipping. are heading to Dublin.

Made up of producers Jonathan Snipes and William Hutson and rapper Daveed Diggs, the group first made their mark with their debut album MIDCITY and doubled down on the critical acclaim with the subsequent follow up CLPPNG. Since then, they’ve continued to subvert expectations of what it means to be a rap group, winning a Hugo Award nomination for Best Dramatic Presentation. It was the second time ever a music album was nominated and had them competing against Game Of Thrones and Black Mirror. Most recently, clipping. shared their horror-based concept album, THERE EXISTED AN ADDITION TO BLOOD.

clipping. head to Opium in Dublin on Wednesday 30 November.

Tickets start at 28 euro plus booking fee and are on sale now here.

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