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General News / July 6, 2018

Hennessy Sound Lounge to bring intimate listening experience to Dublin

General News / July 6, 2018

Hennessy Sound Lounge to bring intimate listening experience to Dublin

Audiophiles rejoice! An intimate listening experience is coming to Dublin city this July thanks to Hennessy Sound Lounge and Hen’s Teeth.

Between July 19-28, Hen’s Teeth on Fade Street, Dublin 2 will be transformed into a 1970s Japanese style listening room featuring a custom crafted sound system by Toby Hatchett – a boat builder by trade that has previously collaborated with Electric Picnic, Body & Soul and Another Love Story.

Hennessy Sound Lounge from Hens Teeth on Vimeo.

Each event will be hosted by a different collector who’ll be invited to show off their vinyl collection; showcasing rarities, favourites and early influences.

An eclectic mix of guests has been carefully selected to host each event with the likes of David Kitt, Choice Music Prize winning duo Ships, fabled Cork DJs Colm K & John Boyne, and experimental artist Vivienne Dick all set to take you on a journey through their crates and chat about their interesting lives.

Ships,  photographed by Conor Horgan

One of the most interesting aspects of the series is its intimacy, with only 12 lucky ticket holders in attendance for each event.

Tickets are €8 and available from eventbrite now, tickets include admission to the Sound Lounge and a tasting masterclass with Hennessy Brand Ambassador Paul Tuohy.

About Hennessy Sound Lounge

The Hennessy Sound Lounge will take place at Hen’s Teeth, 13 Fade Street, Dublin 2 between 19 and 28 July 2018.

Sessions will be Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from  6-8pm and 8.30-10.30pm. Saturday sessions will be between 2-4pm6-8pm and 8.30-10.30pm

Each collector will host the Hennessy Sound Lounge on one day only:

Day Breakdown: 

Week 1:
Thursday 19 (David Kitt),
Friday 20 (Aisling O’Riordan),
Saturday 21 (Vivienne Dick)

Week 2:
Wednesday 25 (Ships),
Thursday 26 (John Boyne & Colm K),
Friday 27 (BP Fallon),
Saturday 28 (Paul Diddy)

Enjoy Hennessy responsibly, visit drinkaware.ie for more information.