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Green Ribbon Month.

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May is Green Ribbon month, when people wear green ribbons to show they’re thinking about, and willing to talk about, mental health. There are many films out there that focus on mental health, often very ignorantly, sometimes just plain offensively. So when a film like Two Days One Night comes along, it is all the more special. Two Days One Night is a film about a woman, Sandra, who returns … Read More

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Something For The Weekend.

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  We’re digging out our sunglasses and demanding umbrellas in our mojitos, it’s the May bank holiday weekend!   Tonight in Wigwam there’s a tribute for DJ Rashad and all the footworkerz, check it. In Turk’s Head new crew Better Living have Fran Hartnett  to inaugurate their Basement Series. For some quality disco, head on over to The Grand Social where Nightflight are back with Marcel Vogel on duty. Also … Read More

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Something For The Weekend

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Two big double headers tonight in Dublin, a jam packed Saturday and the Perlon label’s main man up in Belfast. Check it. The Karenn duo (Pariah & Blawan) team up with Sunil Sharpe again in District 8 for some heavy duty techno later on. If the British Isles techno sound they epitomise isn’t for you tonight, Out To Lunch also have a big double header with John Heckle and Hieroglyphic … Read More

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Listen to Shitwife.

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This entity caught one of their first shows a few year ago in London’s Whitechapel district and was cognitively torn asunder by the virtuoso drumming on display from the lad that used to hit the things in the sadly now defunct oddrock three-piece Shield Your Eyes (click on that name, do it…click on it). When Shitwife play, he is faced on the floor by the breakcore producer Ladyscraper, who is … Read More

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Our Fenian Dead.

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On the anniversary of the passing of Dublin historian Shane MacThomáis (the unintended star of One Million Dubliners), some of his friends and fellow historians are hosting a screening in his honour. The documentary The Greatest of the Fenians directed by Donal Higgins, and about John Devoy, will be shown, with donations collected on the day going to Aware, a charity that support people through depression. John Devoy was a … Read More

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Something For The Weekend

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  What’s up homies?  You’re spolit for choice for club action this weekend. Just remember to go home.  It’s Record Store Day on Saturday and there’s a string of events taking place across Dublin. Friday has two leftfield house DJs Seth Troxler and Dana Ruh taking charge in District 8 and Bar Tengu respectively. Dana Ruh is a resident at the intimate Berlin venue Club der Visionaere and our pick … Read More

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Dub to the Moon and Back.

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Bernhardt Badting steps up for the first Big Blue Dub Cast, it’s dark and dubby all the way. He’s playing shows with Feather in the Wood Quay Venue and The Sugar Club this weekend, or you can catch him at the Sim Simma parties. Check out his page for more details. Artwork by Andrew Hopkins.

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Something For The Weekend.

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Three Panorama Bar regulars, one New York legend, an underground Londoner and some quality locals? Word is they’re flying home from Berlin this weekend… Panorama Bar resident Steffi is playing a three hour set in the Opium Rooms garden, while the Eve collective take over the main room later tonight. Another Berghain regular is also in town; Nick Höppner takes over Tengu on Saturday night. Also on Saturday night, The … Read More

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Something For The Weekend.

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Going deep, going hard, or just going for a dance? Here’s what’s on this weekend. One of the biggest names in techno is playing in District 8 again tomorrow; Marcel Detteman was last here only six months ago but is back for a label showcase this time. Long associated with Osgut Ton and Berghain, where he’s a resident, he also runs his own label MDR and he’ll be playing alongside his … Read More

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Breaking Even?

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    Above: A still from the Facebook page of Thems The Breaks. They have just ten days left on their crowdfunding campaign. Check it out here.   Thems The Breaks is a feature documentary exploring the reaction last year to the lack of diversity in theatre. These events became known as Waking The Feminists. The Them’s The Breaks team includes director Sarah Corcoran, Producers Sarah Barr and Aoife Kelly … Read More