The Altered Hours and The Bonk to Play Live at St Luke’s
The Good Room are excited to announce the return of The Altered Hours to Live at St Luke’s, Cork, with special guests The Bonk, Friday 27th September, as part of their summer tour.
The Altered Hours’ music takes on many forms, exploring vast psychedelic spaces, immediate post-punk tones, repetitive rhythms and propelling structures. Having previously released music with Anton Newcombe’s label ‘A Recordings’ and Irish indie labels such as Art For Blind Records and Penske Recordings, the band have toured extensively across Europe over the past few years. Their discography to date has shown an ever evolving style, sometimes unpredictable yet always exciting. Live, they have become known for their intense and exhilarating performances.
The Bonk – a project based around compositions by Philip Christie (O Emperor), are also confirmed for the bill. Gathering influences from 60’s garage, jazz and experimental pop, The Bonk bring together recursive rhythms and improvised melody in loose minimal song forms.
The Altered Hours play Live at St. Luke’s in Cork as part of their summer tour Friday 27th September, with special guests The Bonk on support. Tickets €20 go on sale from uticket.ie 10am Friday 28th June.