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Music / July 29, 2021

Loraine James is heading to Dublin this November

Photo by Suleika Müller
Music / July 29, 2021

Loraine James is heading to Dublin this November

Words: Dylan Murphy

Loraine James’ debut Irish show comes as part of the latest announcement in Foggy Notions electronic series STRINGS.

Earlier this year, Loraine James shared her third album Reflection via Hyperdub records and threw her name in the ring for plenty of 2021’s end of year lists.

Melding a unique blend of jazz, electronica, drill and grime into a sound that is wholly her own, the North Londoner has cemented her name as a genuine trailblazer. Alongside her monthly NTS Radio show and a performance at Adult Swim’s annual music festival, she’s maintaining her momentum as lockdowns ease across the world.

Today, Foggy Notions have revealed she’ll be heading to Lost Lane, Dublin, on Saturday 6 November 2021 at 20:00 as part of their electronic series STRINGS.

Tickets €16.50 on sale Friday 30 July at 10:00 am and can be purchased here.

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