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Full music Line up

Festival Poster

We are over the moon to share our full music line up for the first ever edition of Spilt Milk and this spiffing poster from Niall Breen.

Over three days and six venues, 17 musicians, artists and bands will perform across Sligo town. Bringing national and international artists alongside emerging local acts across a myriad of musical genres, Spilt Milk invites audiences to join us on a journey for curious eyes and ears.

Performing live at the festival will be a diverse assembly of new voices and musical propositions: this is superbly distilled by Ensemble Economique, the California-based musician Brian Pyle. His music is a multidisciplinary trip into the exotic unknown, deeply emotional and intense, moving seamlessly through sound-collage, dark noir pop, and minimal techno. The experimental trio Percolator masterfully navigate the spaces between subgenres, their sound laced with hypnotic motorik rhythms, Stereolab-recalling vocal harmonies and the miasmic ecstasy of shoegaze. At the other end of the spectrum are Landless who sing unaccompanied traditional songs from Irish, Scottish, English and American traditions in close four-part harmony. Further folk explorations come via Aoife Nessa Frances, a musician and songwriter who draws on 60 psychedelia and Rachael Lavelle who blends electronic soundscapes with elegant piano, found sounds, percussion and spacious, arresting vocals  For fans of straight up post-punk, indie supergroup Grave Goods and youthful four-piece Problem Patterns have come out of the starting blocks with electrifying sets pushing the boundaries of what an alternative band should be. More out-there experimentalism comes from Sligo quartet Gulpt who skew the line between no-wave, free improv and avant. Rounding off the music line up are multi-disciplinary artist Katie Gerardine O’Neill who will perform a 30 minute sound collage, south-Sigo audio-visual artist Dult, improvisational electronic supergroup BB84, Sligo upstarts Marge Bouvier and Dublin-born, Sligo-based harpist Dave Lawless.

All performances  are ticketed separately with some free events; for booking and more info visit: our  ticket page

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