with special guest Gadget and the cloud
Sat. 7th March | 2 - 8pm
It’s a Spilt Milk Fest takeover at Gallery Cafe for International Women’s Day. For IWD 2020 we are celebrating women with two events which will also launch our fundraising activities for the 2020 edition of the festival.
Making Waves is now a firm fixture in the Sligo gig calendar, the annual DJ party started by Art For Blind Records is on it’s fourth installment! An all-female line-up of selectors and DJ’s drawn from Sligo and the North West’s music community will soundtrack your Saturday afternoon and early evening. For this year’s edition we are thrilled to welcome producer and DJ Gadget and the Cloud to close with a headlining set. We also welcome new and returning faces to the decks including Natalia Beylis (Woven Skull), Ruth Clinton (Landless), Mabel Chah, Dina Coughlan, Kim Kennedy (Sukie Zines), Edel Doherty (Art for Blind/Spilt Milk Fest), ♡era and Sandy P.
This event is free but donations most gratefully welcome.
Saturday 7th March, 2-8pm
Free | Donations welcome
We asked a few of friends of the festival to put together some of their favourite tracks by female recording artists for our International Women’s Day 2020 celebration. Below you will find hours of music to dive into and a song for any mood you’re in with specially curated playlists.
Contributors:Mark Willis (Founder Bluestack Records, Co-Founder Turn It On)
Chris Coreline (Producer, musician, Coreline)
Owen Kilfeather (composer; musician, Gulpt / Miss Foreign Affairs; curator, Sound Lab)
Tara Baoth Mooney (multi-disciplinary artist, vocalist, Bedlam Suitcase)
Tara Baoth Mooney
Gadget and the Cloud