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Something For The Weekend.

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Expect big celebrations in the 2020 culture capital tonight at G.I.A.F. while quality locals take over Dublin.

If you’re not in Galway to see Optimo tonight, and you really should be, Kenny Hanlon and Lerosa are throwin’ down all night long in Tengu for the Membership crew. In the Opium Rooms tonight, having walked away from a car crash earlier in the week Dave Clarke graces Dublin for the venue’s second birthday.

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July 1st and still no weather for those rooftop parties? While you’re waiting…

This years Dublin City Block Party begins on Friday night in District 8. It features a host of great DJs, international and local: Late Nite Tuff Guy, Kelly-Anne Byrne, Aoife NicCanna and Lee Kelly being highlights for us. To kick things off on the Friday though, Robert Hood presents his Floorplan show.

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A city festival in Dublin, Gash gets going in Cork and Sweeneys will survive the weekend.

A festival in the city this weekend, Interlude festival that is, with Billy Scurry, Kelly Anne Byrne, Tonie Walsh and Fish Go Deep. It takes place in the RHA Gallery & Ely Place where there’s plenty of space for movies, art, a food garden and record store.

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Decided not to listen to Renton and head to Mullingar this weekend? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

Due to Sweeney’s closing down soon it’s the second last FREE TECHNO party in the basement tonight, we highly recommend heading along. However, if Tengu is your destination tonight you are in for a treat, former Sides resident Pat Hyland is on the decks all night long.

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Going Dutch.

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Struggle & Emerge by Lakker In the summer of 2015, Lakker got involved in a conceptual project looking at the Dutch’s relationship with water. Working with the RE:VIVE Institute, they were locked into a limited but expansive set of material from The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. They also met a tonne of experts on the theme at hand. The above doc captures some of that process. There’s a website … Read More

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We’re issuing a ruckus alert for this one: Kahn plays Dublin tonight, thanks to the Wriggle crew. Listen to some of his tracks above and get down to The Wiley Fox later on.

Friday shaping up well; two big parties with Mall Grab in The Grand Social and SNTS in Dive bar, and their event page is worth a look if you’re heading out. Hunee is back in Dublin again this weekend, you can hear him in Pygmalion.

Local collective Dip have their second night in Jigsaw (though hurry it’s nearly sold out), while local label Signal Code have a great line up in Tengu.

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Something For The Weekend

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Quality local line-ups this weekend, all weekend.

Tonight in the Opium Rooms the women of Eve are taking over; it’s their second showcase in the venue and they’ve some new faces this time around. Down in the Sweeney’s Underbelly you can hear Miles Iwes, Barry Greaves and more with Syntech’s free AV techno night. In Cork, Jamie Behan & co celebrate the very first birthday of Techno Fridays, long may it continue!

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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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Jean-Michel Jarring.

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If you’ve wondered what French electronica pioneer Jean-Michel Jarre sounds like these days, then here’s your answer. He’s hooked up with Edward Snowden for a track called Exit. Kinda sounds like the music from a Commodore 64 tape loading screen stamping its feet in the mud at the Psytrance stage at Life Festival. That vocal breakdown. Jaysus. Mind blowing. You have been informed.