It’s a dull and rainy day in Ireland, so we’re bringing you six pieces of Irish dance music news to help you beat the Monday blues. Irish artists are now thriving, thus we’d like to showcase some of their successes.

Mondays can be difficult, and we’re sure many people have sore heads from a weekend spent on the dancefloor. Let’s start the week on a positive note by highlighting some positive news from Irish artists.

Ngoni Egan Set to Play at Tresor With Clone Records

Dublin native, Ngoni Egan, revealed today that he will return to the legendary Berlin club institution Tresor on April 26th. Ngoni plays for the prestigious Dutch label Clone Records, with electro pioneers Detroit in Effect, Dopplereffekt, and Privacy.

Annie Mac’s Second Novel, ‘The Mess We’re In,’ is Now Available in Paperback

Annie Mac has released the paperback copies of her second novel, ‘The Mess We’re In’. The Dubliner’s latest work explores a young woman’s struggle with life and how music helps her overcome obstacles.

Decadance Announces His Intercell Debut

Wicklow’s Decadance announced last week that he will make his debut at the legendary Dutch techno club Intercell. Decadance closes after Monnom Black boss Dax J, while AnnÄ“ sets the tone.

Sahana is set to Debut at The Cause London as part of Haai’s ‘UNiSON Submit To Play Competition’

Sahana will be making her London debut at The Cause on April 27th. Sahana won Haai‘s UNiSON Submit To Play Competition, which had over 75 entries and just three winners. The Dublin-based DJ will open the warehouse, joining a strong roster that includes UK icon Leon Vynehall.

Ryan Ennis Signs His Latest Track ‘Let Them Know’ on Universal

Ryan Ennis has announced his latest single ‘Let Them Know’ and has signed a new deal with Universal/Positiva/Casablanca. The single came out on the 15th of March and follows his last single ‘Remember My Name’ which entered the Irish charts.

Saoirse Announces her Latest Release ‘The Monogamous EP’ on Peach Discs

Dublin’s Saoirse announced her latest offering on Peach Discs, ‘The Monogamous EP’ marks 20 releases on the label. Saoirse delivers five techy rollers in her signature tough yet sensual style.

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