The Last Mixed Tape is proud to premiere White Collar Boy’s live performance of their track ‘Mount Kōya’ at Metropolis 2016 last November.
Filmed live at Metropolis 2016 last winter and taken from White Collar Boy’s forthcoming debut album Permanent Haze (which due later this year), ‘Mount Kōya’ is a propellant piece of electronic crafting that simply exudes atmosphere and sonic density.
Melding a multitude of genres White Collar Boy’s first live glimpse into Permanent Haze carries with it a weight that makes hearing what the duo come up with in the studio a very exciting prospect indeed.
White Collar Boy will be performing as part of the ‘club’ element of SPECTRUM (curated by Homebeat) late on Saturday 11th march in Whelan’s upstairs venue alongside Kobina.
SPECTRUM festival will run from March 10th to 12th in Whelan’s and the Opium Rooms, and will feature performances from White Collar Boy, Kobina, Cian Nugent, Ronan Guilfoyle, Tom Rainey, Dave Binney, Dans Dans, Hedvig Mollestad, Izumi Kimura, Barry Guy, Parker and Paul G Smyth. For more details visit on this month’s SPECTRUM festival visit improvisedmusic.ie.
Click below to watch White Collar Boy perform ‘Mount Kōya’ live at Metropolis 2016.
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