Selective Memory presents


First ever headline show

The Workman’s Club, Dublin | Sat 10th Feb

Tickets €15 +bf

On Sale this Friday at 10am

Prepare to have your musical senses ignited as SIGN CRUSHES MOTORIST, the rising slowcore sensation takes centre stage for his debut headline show in Dublin at The Workman’s Club this February.

With over 1.5 million monthly listeners on Spotify – this is a show not to be missed. 








sign crushes motorist is one of the many slowcore projects of the 18 year old Liam McCay from Ireland. On an interview done by “Mosher’s Records” he would reveal that his main inspirations are the bands Duster and Cooking.

He currently has 2 released albums under the sign crushes motorist pseudonym: Hurting (2023) and i’ll be okay (2022). He gained most of his notoriety from various TikTok trends like “corecore” or “nichetok”. In the aforementioned interview he also reveals that the song “i threw a rock off an overpass and killed a guy” sampled a synth from an unnamed Coma Cinema song.