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Everything Shook

Electronica // Dublin, Dublin

​​​EVERYTHING SHOOK is a three-piece band featuring Robyn Bromfield, Jessica Kennedy and Áine Stapleton. Included as one of The Irish Times Best Irish Acts and Golden Plec’s ‘Women Who Rocked, the trio have played large festivals, music venues, dive bars, theatres, art spaces throughout Ireland and New York. They perform with synths, bass guitar, and Korg DS to create a unique, electric sound. Their live shows are theatrical, blending an unusual aesthetic with dark electronic music and layered vocals. Everything Shook’s debut album ‘Drinking About You’, released in August 2016, is a collection of songs curated around themes of late nights, objectification, alcohol, disenchantment, and big cities. Their EP Argento Nights, released April 2015 and available on 7-inch vinyl. Gig highlights to date include Electric Picnic Main Stage Body and Soul (Ireland), The Social (London), Trash Bar and Cake Shop (NYC), and Hangar (Dublin) with Fujiya & Miyagi. Their recent critically acclaimed releases - ‘Stand Ajar’ and ‘Goodbye Horses’ mark the lead-up to the release of their highly anticipated second album. They will tour Albania in late 2022.

‘Beautifully expressive vocal layerings in a dreamy, sad aura ... sinister synthetic waves of
ethereal melancholy’ White-Light White-Heat

‘A trio with a distinctive, idiosyncratic lean . . . The mood music is dark, neo-gothic, desolate and
blue, a bittersweet symphony’ The Irish Times

‘Irish Electronic outfit Everything Shook just released their new single Stand Ajar - a pleasant
mash-up of Debbie Harry, Voice of the Beehive and Xeno & Oaklande’ The Letter Blog UK

‘Unique and undefinable’ The Last Mixed Tape

‘Everything Shook recall Fever Ray and Ladytron at a melancholy 4am disco with David Lynch

‘Stand Ajar is is dystopian urgent teaser of their second album revelling in
dystopian electro-pop with an atmosphere of sadistic unease’ Nialler 9

‘Everything Shook has made their return with the propellant and darkly atmospheric sound of
‘Stand Ajar’. An intense and haunting listen, it’s good to have the perennial TLMT favourites
back’ The Last Mixed Tape

“listening to this on repeat will make you feel like you’re leaving the physical world behind” - Big Stereo on 'Goodbye Horses'