Sounds From A Safe Harbour
Sounds From A Safe Harbour2019-09-13 2019-09-15
Sounds from a Safe Harbour (SFSH) is a biennial festival of music, dance, art, and conversation, curated by Bryce and Aaron Dessner of The National, actor Cillian Murphy, playwright Enda Walsh, and Mary Hickson (Director of 37d03d).
With a particular focus on new works, collaborations, and shared experiences, we invite you to explore our exciting programme of ticketed and free events, taking place in intimate venues across Cork City.
“Inspiring… reimagine a festival experience”
– Nialler 9
“A superb festival”
– Irish Examiner
“Redefining what is means to throw a festival… they’ve sculptured an event that’s both creatively unique and satisfyingly unpredictable.”
– Loud and Quiet
A festival like this can only happen in a city like this.
Sans Chateau Album Launch
Boa Morte Album Launch
37do3d Mix Tape with special guests
Slow Moving Clouds
Events for the 2019 Sounds From A Safe Harbour
Sans Chateaux is the music of Austin Moore of Cork, Ireland. Writing and recording under this name since 2010, Austin has released two projects: a self-titled EP in 2012 and an album — Aspendale — in 2016. He is now…Read more...
Gyda Valtysdottir has been active as a musician since her early teens when she co-founded the experimental pop-group múm in the late 1990’s. Leaving the band after the release of Finally We Are No One to focus on her further…Read more...
JFDR, the latest project from Iceland’s Jófríður Ákadóttir (Samaris, Pascal Pinon, Gangly), is a blend of cyclical guitar parts, soft minimal soundscapes, and poetic wonderings of a journey that ends where it began. Drawing from classical, folk, and electronic backgrounds,…Read more...
SLOW MOVING CLOUDS are a unique Dublin-based band who combine roots in Nordic and Irish traditional music with minimalist and experimental influences to create a sound unlike anything you’ve heard before. On their 2015 debut album Os, Slow Moving Clouds…Read more...
Multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger and songwriter. Has worked with… Bad Sea, Bell X1, Brian Deady, Christian Löffler, Co-Orch, Crash Ensemble, Dulciana, Lisa Hannigan, Loah, Mango X Mathman, Maria Kelly, Mornington Singers, New Dublin Voices, Paddy Hanna, Participant, Paul Noonan, Robinson Panoramic…Read more...
Please welcome Joyero, the new songwriting project of Andy Stack, to Merge Records! In addition to his role as one half of Wye Oak, Stack has gained notoriety in recent years as a multi-instrumental collaborator with Lambchop, EL VY, Helado…Read more...