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General News / May 4, 2017

Wastefellow gives an insight into his process in new video series by Bulmers

General News / May 4, 2017

Wastefellow gives an insight into his process in new video series by Bulmers

Wastefellow on making beats and the reason behind the mask.

 

On Friday Forbidden Fruit announced their new area, the Bulmers Live Stage, an area “playing host to 19 Irish artists over the Bank Holiday weekend, promoting some of the best in new Irish music!”

You can check out the full line up for the stage here, but one name that we’re particularly excited about is Wastefellow. He’s the first name confirmed to perform at the launch party of District Magazine Issue 002 in The Tara Building on Thursday May 11. Click here for more information and to claim your FREE ticket to the launch.

In a new video series highlighting the artists performing on the stage, Wastefellow gives a brief insight into his creative process. Watch it in full below.