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Thor & Friends – Drogheda Arts Festival 2017

  ‘thirtythree-45’ in partnership with the ‘Drogheda Arts Festival’ are delighted to present an exclusive concert by ‘Thor & Friends’  as part of their European tour. This will be their only Irish gig. The concert will be... read more

Anne Murray – Poems

Blind Ambition.   Home is a privilege   Araf   Anne Murray is an Irish and American artist and poet working in many different mediums. Anne’s poems focus on her experiences in different countries working on projects about identity and  read more

Somewhere in the Gloaming – Mix by Jonathan Mayhew

An exclusive mix of music for when the lights go out for ‘thirtythree-45’ by award winning and emerging visual artist Jonathon Mayhew. A cracking set. One for the headphones this, thanks Jonathon. Jonathon’s current exhibition ‘I wanted to... read more

Brian Records exclusive mix

Listen to ‘James Norman’ the man behind the amazing Uk label Brian Records exclusive mix for thirtythree -45. Started to celebrate the 50th meeting of a music club that goes by the same name, Brian Records has been releasing mega read more

The Morpheus Coil

An truly wonderous soundcape and second mix for thirtythree -45s ‘Augmented Ear’ internet radio station from acclaimed Sand , Snow and Ice Sculptor Fergus Mulvaney. Great on the headphones. 1 Pete Namlook – Inaugeration / Art Of Noise – Out read more

Hedatation

‘Hedatation’ is the first mix from award winning Irish Sand & Snow-sculpture artist Fegus Mulvaney. We asked Fergus to come up with a mix off music that he regularly works to while sculpting and which also suits ‘the Augmented Ear’, read more

Shortwave Symphony # 1

Shortwave Symphony by Brian Greene. a live recording of radio signals from broadcast utility shortwave and VHF radio. Blending the sounds of the radio spectrum into a audio scope of sound. http://thirtythree-45.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/ShortwaveSymphony1-edit.mp3 read more

Smithereens – Mermaids

Smithereens is the work of Liz Greene an academic and sound practitioner whose main research interests are in the theory, history and practice of film sound. She is Senior Lecturer in Filmmaking at the Liverpool Screen School, Liverpool John Moores read more