For Your Listening Pleasure


The pop-up Hennessy Sound Lounge (above) at the Fade Street home of Hen’s Teeth (top)


A place to listen.

Nigel writes:

Hen’s Teeth on Fade Street has been transformed into an intimate listening lounge where over seven nights from July 19 to 28

Music lovers and the culturally curious will have the chance to meet with seven of Ireland’s most avid vinyl collectors, delve a little deeper into their collections, listen to some of their favourite tracks and enjoy their musings on life in the music industry.

Hennessy recreated the concept of Japanese Listening Rooms with a bespoke sound system handcrafted by boatbuilder-turned-audiophile hardware maker Toby Hatchett



….Collectors include experimental artist, filmmaker and music collector Vivienne Dick; Choice Music Prize winners Ships; Cork DJ, music programmer and member of all-female band Morning Veils Aisling O’Riordan; DJs John Byrne and Colm K who have created one of the best collections of Irish funk and soul from the 1970s and 1980s; and Paul Diddy, album-sleeve designer at David Byrne’s record label Luaka Bop….[tickets at link below]

In fairness.

Hennessy Sound Lounge

11 thoughts on “For Your Listening Pleasure

  1. postmanpat

    cool. ill pop in after my beard trim / mustache waxing barber session and give my new digitally recorded / re-mastered LPs a listen . They sound better than CD’s don’t you know.

    1. mildred st meadowlark

      Unfair my friend.

      I’m not an inflatable doll. I’m an extremely convincing hologram.

  2. Otis Blue

    Toby Hatchett is a great name.
    Nominative Determinism or something.

    Those speakers look great too.

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