The greatest Tralee band to have never played in Tralee, tog out for the first home fixture, expect songs about The Aquadome, Fairy Forts, and other North Kerry favourites.
Messyng is a North Kerry bedroom pop band composed of childhood friends DJ Daddy Heely Rave, IBAN, SpiderJJ & Steven Staunton. Together they craft a blend of big beat, electro, breakcore & early 2000s pop with more hooks than a fishing tackle box. Bred from the weekend where we had the snow, Messyng produced and released their first EP in an environment of cabin fever not being able to leave the house. Taking influence from some of their idols such as Bill Drummond, Grayson Perry, Julian Cope & GiGi D’Agostino; Messyng aim to encapsulate early 2000s Ireland into a sonic palette; everything from Dustin The Turkey’s entry in the Eurovision to imitating your favourite premier league footballer on concrete football pitch wearing torn mitre football gloves.
Naive Ted are the alter ego(s) of Killarney native Andy Connolly, a one man duo who is a cornerstone of Irish hip-hop and electronica scene
Deviant came to prominence in the early 2000’s via residencies at legendary Galway club nights 091, GC Underground & Rootdown. He is a founder member of the Community Skratch Collective and skratch supergroup Vince Mack Mahon.
Deviant has played to crowds all over Ireland and beyond, receiving plaudits for a resolute dedication to alternative sounds in what can often be a conservative genre. Deviant has played tours & support slots with Wu-Tang, Danny Brown, Dabrye, D-Styles, Blah Records, Scroobius Pip, Daedelus & many more.
Bill Karnation is a longstanding contributor to Ireland’s electronic music scene and has previously released two EPs with east coast wonky crew Unbend Leg Out, he last played CHBB in 2006 as part of hip-hop group the Lung Donors.
He is well known to some freaks for live shows at Edge Hunters, Community Skratch Games and Unscene Bazaar.
This event is supported by Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media and Kerry County Council through the Local Live Performance Programming Scheme.