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Open Ear Fodder.

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Open Ear came onto the scene back in 2016 as the escape of choice for Ireland’s experimental electronica underground. Lush weather and sweet vibes ensued to guarantee it dominated conversations before and after. They’ve started firing up recordings from the festival on their site. One of Wickla’s best kept intersections between man and musical machines, Automatic Tasty played last year and this live recording is one of the first to … Read More

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Art As Activism.

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Above:  A sticker in Dublin highlighting the contemporary HIV epidemic and our centre spread featuring a graphic by Will St Leger. It’s become a bit of rabble tradition to use the middle of  our little parish newsletter for the disgruntled to showcase a particular artist we admire.  When discussing ideas for #rabble14, we were stunned with statistics about HIV today. Hence, bringing Will St Leger in as our centrespreadista with … Read More

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Rise of the Mutants.

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Mutate is a techno collective which was started in October 2013 with the aim of bringing over niche international guests and fresh faces to Dublin’s clubs. Jasper Mathews got in touch with Mutate bossman Jay Carroll to discuss the sounds of Mutate, how to stay afloat in today’s competitive scene and the resurgence of club culture with the Celtic Tiger 2.0 rolling in.   Tell me a bit about the … Read More

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Something For The Weekend.

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      It’s payday weekend and we have a fine selection of things to spend your hard earned cash on this weekend.   Tomorrow in Dublin, Mutate have brought UVB back over. By all accounts his show in Pacinos a while back was great, this’ll be no different. Also on Friday, techno brothers Tom and Ed have a new project together. Moving on from TR//ER they are now preforming … Read More

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Something For The Weekend

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New year, new tunes. We’re back to the grind here at rabble planning for the year ahead but don’t worry, we still have time to party.

Easing us in to the new year is Italian selector a.p. prods. The Flipside crew are bringing him to Tengu this Saturday with Mark Murphy and Daire Carolan on support. We’re looking forward to this one.

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Something For The Weekend.

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The weekend clubbing guide is back and it’s a jam packed weekend coming up. Some great locals parties as well as a couple of record launches.

Tonight down in Limerick the 909 Crew have Fran Harnett in control to cause a bit of a ruckus. 909 resident Maedbh O’Connor is on support. Two top quality Irish DJs there so get on it if you’re in the area.

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Something For The Weekend.

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This week Tw!tch turns ten in belfast, while DDR appears in Dublin.

Dublin’s got a new digital radio station: DDR. Dublin Digital Radio are having a launch party and streaming for the first time this Saturday from 2pm. It’s a BYO affair in Jigsaw, where the station will be based. There’ll be a selection of DDR artists from Ellll to Daire Carolan to Breen, and more. Don’t miss it!

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Something For The Weekend.

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This weekend features Boxed Off, new club night Wah Wah and the second Gash Collective takeover. Sligo boys Brame & Hamo are doing well for themselves lately, tonight they show us what they’re about as play all night long in Tengu. It’s not too long since they featured at the Out To Lunch Tengu weekender, back again the Firehouse Skank Soundsystem have some roots reggae in the Teacher’s Club tonight. … Read More