Rhythm Nation: Caimin Gilmore picks the playlist
Caimin Gilmore of Crash Ensemble and Sun Collective chooses the tracks that are inspiring him right now
Build it and they will come. This famous piece of advice from the film Field of Dreams has clearly been taken to heart by Caimin Gilmore and Kate Ellis, double bass player and cellist respectively with the Irish musical collective Crash Ensemble. The pair are currently touring Ireland with what they call “Crash in a Box”, a purpose-built outdoor mini-venue created by Shane Sugrue from Unqualified Design for socially distanced audiences of six.
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