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Music / June 28, 2022

The Sound House launches Jameson Connect Series on July 6

Image: Paula Trojner
Music / June 28, 2022

The Sound House launches Jameson Connect Series on July 6

Words: Ellen Kenny

Malaki and Curtisy will be the first acts in The Sound House’s month-long music series.

The series will showcase some of Ireland’s best creatives and up-and-comers from the world of hip hop, RnB, pop-folk and rock throughout.

Taking place every Wednesday in July, the Jameson Connects Series will launch on July 6 and end on July 27

Kicking off the series on July 6 is hip hop artist Malaki and emerging Tallaght-based rapper Curtisy. Curtisy known for his hip hop inspired by New York’s underground scene.

July 16 will see Wexford drummer/rapper Alex Gough perform. Teen artist Saibh Skelly will make her Sound House debut.

Alternative hip hop duo Tebi Rex will be joined by Daire Patel and Bricknasty on July 20.

The series closes on July 27 with rap newcomers Travis and Elzzz, rounding off a month of diverse and exciting music.

Tickets for each gig cost 15 euro and are available now. Click here for July 6, here for July 13, here for July 20, and here for July 27.

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