3 ROOMS OF ALTERNATIVE MUSIC.
Admission: £3 before 10pm, £5 after.
Sat 1st Nov
Room 1 // The BUNKER
11pm DECKADANCE with Gregz McCann
10pm - Laundry Shop
Room 2 // The BALLROOM
10pm THE AU REVUE with Jonny Tiernan
Room 3 // THE ATTIC
10.pm BOP YESTRUM
There is quite simply no other club like TRIDENT for volume and variety of alternative music featured in one club night. All angles of the alternative are covered across its 3 rooms with forward thinking club nights combining with cutting edge live acts to present a formidable line up for music lovers in the 21st century.
Bop Yestrum are finishing their residency at Trident to return to one off gurilla club events so why not come on down and give a good send off to the club that plays the in sounds from way out.
Deckadance in the Bunker see’s Gregz McCann break out the bloc rockin party tunes. The worlds of Indie, Electro, Rock, Soul, Classic Hip Hop and Drum & Bass share the speakers to reveal to Belfast the true meaning of eclectic. Dirty Disco Beats fused with Stomping Indie Remixes.
With unrivalled access to the latest music The AU Room with Jonny Tiernan is the place to hear the freshest Indie and Electro. With a collection of limited editions, promos and unreleased tracks this selection of sounds is for those who want tomorrows music today.
Guest Live Act:
The Laundry Shop are an Indie rock three piece: A Swedish Girl and two Irish guys. They have been together since the start of 2007 and have played around the country, released their debut single, "Highs and Lows" Which went top thirty in Ireland, gained 5 star reviews and built up a reputation as an explosive live act. The name came when they stripped out the Laundry room in their rented accommodation and installed a studio where they self produced their Album. The sound of the band arises from their love of such acts as Weezer, Sonic Youth, Pavement and Smashing Pumpkins. One minute fragile and ethereal, the next a full on attack of aggressive rock. The music scatters desolate and frantic musical landscapes with a delicate whispered emotion. The summer months sees the band play through out Ireland with a visit to the UK. Some summer festivals appearances and supports will lead them up to the release of their debut album in February 2009. website: www.thelaundryshop.net