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Caning it in the Big Apple

On The Record’s New York readers can be amongst the first to catch new work by Galway’s Cane 141 this week. The Michael Smalle-fronted group have collaborated with artist Róisín Coyle on a music and visual installation called Lost At …

Fri, May 18, 2007, 10:29

   

On The Record’s New York readers can be amongst the first to catch new work by Galway’s Cane 141 this week.

The Michael Smalle-fronted group have collaborated with artist Róisín Coyle on a music and visual installation called Lost At Sea which “explores the concept of the beauty and struggle of the sea and the individual’s response to it”.

To coincide with the exhibition, Cane 141 will be releasing the Lost At Sea album, the follow-up to their well-received 2005 Moonpool release.

Lost At Sea opens at the Grace Space in Brooklyn, NY today.

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