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Cane 141 no longer lost at sea

They’re coming home. Earlier this summer, Galway’s Cane 141 took their Lost at Sea collaborative installation with artist Róisín Coyle to the GraceSpace gallery in New York. The installation will now feature at Nimmo’s in Galway on October 4th, along …

Fri, Sep 21, 2007, 09:04

   

They’re coming home. Earlier this summer, Galway’s Cane 141 took their Lost at Sea collaborative installation with artist Róisín Coyle to the GraceSpace gallery in New York.

The installation will now feature at Nimmo’s in Galway on October 4th, along with a live performance from Chequerboard and a DJ set from Cane 141′s Michael Smalle.

Later in the month, it’s at the Some Days Never End festival in Imma in Dublin.

Meanwhile, Cane 141′s Lost at Sea CD goes on sale from all record shops still open for business from November 2.

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