We’ve put together a list of eight new Irish releases that you need in your life this Monday. Music from Chris Flannigan, LPM, MAV666, Karl Seery, Ôneyra & more.

At the start of 2024, a plethora of new Irish music flooded clubs, house parties, cars, and bedrooms. The recent boom in Irish electronic music releases has been putting the Irish dance music scene on the map as of late. There’s most certainly something brewing here in Ireland, and Irish producers are having a moment.

We ran through a portion of what’s been on our radar and selected some of the most notable new releases by Irish artists.

Kerr Jack – Audio Jacker (Chris Flannigan Remix) [Numerus Records]

Belfast’s Chris Flannigan steps up to remix Scottish newcomer Kerr Jack on Numerous Records. Flannigan serves up yet another high-octane techno cut as he laces his irresistible swinging groove over the top of deep & soulful dub chords. Hardgroove has become somewhat of a cliche term in recent months, but Flannigan is once again showing everyone exactly how it’s done, tasteful, deep and utterly infectious.

LPM – Say My Name [TETE VIDE]

North Dublin’s LPM rolls through with his first release of 2024, and he’s flexing his jungle guns on this one. ‘Say My Name’ showcases LPM cuts up a selection of drum breaks and vocal hits as they simmer across the face of ecstasy-laced strings sections and cavernous synth swells. LPM has never been one to stick to a single genre or style, and here he expertly combines elements of house, liquid drum & bass, and hardcore into a 5-minute journey through the depths of Dublin euphoria.


Dublin’s Obskür demonstrates how to properly remix a classic, and it doesn’t get much more authoritative than MK’s 1991 smash hit ‘Burning’. Marc Kinchen’s Detroit weapon has served as the prototype for many of today’s current deep house cuts, so while giving it a modern makeover, proceed with caution because it is nearly flawless as is. Obskür adds some chunky drum grooves, a growling bassline, and forceful vocal chops to this landmark house weapon, instantly elevating it. Pardon the pun, but this is crafted to simply burn the dancefloor.

Ôneyra – Anamchara [ROOVE]

The ever-consistent Berlin-based Ôneyra returns with a sizzling reduced groove on ROOVE’s debut release. Deep & textured soundscapes have been a recurring feature in Ôneyra’s tracks as of late, as the Triple Identity boss serves up a slinky jaunt through industrial-tinged sounds while also keeping things stripped back & dynamic. ‘Anamchara’ seems somewhat reminiscent of the mid-2000s Berlin sound, with a modern interpretation as Ôneyra thrives in the murkier edges of the dancefloor.

Karl Seery – Bring The Beat Back

Karl Seery has continued his winning streak of dancefloor-orientated releases with a two-track self-released EP and ‘Bring The Beat Back’ is a vintage rave banger with a screw-face house twist. Rave stabs, rolling basslines, 90’s vocals, pounding drums and snare rolls, this has every possible component to make a peak-time rave weapon, and that’s exactly what it does.

EUBO – Tribal Influences [Cult Remix] [FEEDBACK.]

CULT returns with another menacing techno tool, this time on remix duties for Glasgow’s EUBO. The Dubliner’s recent productions have seen him ditch his signature tribal sound for a more forward-facing and sound design-heavy approach, as the Skerries man leans into glitching synth hits and grainy textures. Punishing low-end combined with skipping percussive grooves makes this a potent rhythm that references the past while still firmly facing the future, classy stuff.

MAV666 – Living With Uncertainty

Berlin-based MAV666 serves up a trance-licked high-octane techno tool. MAV666 showcases some snarling acid alongside galloping rhythms and trippy soundscapes, creating an otherworldly escapade into the world of kaleidoscopic techno. MAV666 adds a myriad of smouldering layers to this track, creating a deep and strong groove while also demonstrating her production prowess as the complex mixdown remains controlled throughout.

Tyvion Valentine – When We Play [Eton Messy Records]

One of Ireland’s most consistent producers, Tyvion Valentine releases a 3-track offering on UK-based imprint, Eton Messy Records. Our pick of the bunch is ‘When We Play’, an introspective voyage into a flourishing world of sun-kissed arpeggios and decadent strings. Tyvion’s unusual approach on club music sits somewhere between house, techno, UKG, and ambient. While the categorisation of his music is elusive, Tyvion manages to create distinctly poignant pieces of sentimental electronica and ‘When We Play’ is just that.

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