Music Fans To Make The Very Most Of Indiecater Records Gig

Dublin, Ireland (PressExposure) December 02, 2008 -- Irish Record Label ‘Indiecater’ is hosting its first live showcase in Whelans of Dublin on Saturday, December 12th 2009.

The crossover to the live music scene is the latest in a series of exciting developments for the indie label, which recently released its first CD. ‘In The Dream Of The Sea Life’ by Colorado-based duo The Candy Claws has already received critical acclaim throughout Ireland and further afield since its October release.

This month’s live event in Dublin will feature two Irish bands, ‘Storkboy Choons’ and ‘The Ambience Affair’, and headline act ‘The Very Most’ - a collective from Idaho, USA.

The Very Most will cap off their upcoming performance by launching their new album, ‘A Year With The Very Most’, which is made up of songs based thematically around the four seasons. These songs were released as four digital EPs (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter) on the Indiecater label during 2009.

Indiecater Records, which also operates a popular music review site called Mp3hugger, has released over two dozen EP’s and albums from acts including Mumblin' Deaf Ro, The Burning Codes, Michael Knight, The Van Allen Belt, South Ambulance. The label also has produced numerous compilation albums, as well as re-releases of classic Irish albums from The Brilliant Trees, In Motion, Sunbear and Red Star Belgrade.

The Indiecater Records gig takes place in Whelans (upstairs), Wexford Street, Dublin, on Saturday, December 12th, starting at 8pm. Tickets are priced at 8 euro and are available to buy in advance from or on the night (subject to availability).


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Press Release Submitted On: December 02, 2009 at 9:37 am
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