Belfast DJ and producer Bobby Analog is hosting a night in The Wiley Fox tonight in aid of Temple Street Foundation.
This event is being done as part of the larger 100 Minds Project, a yearly social enterprise project that has been running since 2013 which challenges college students every to raise €1000 for Temple Street in 100 days.
To find out more about the charity and to donate to it follow the Facebook event here.
Bobby Analog, real name Leigh McLaughlin, has been turning heads on both sides of the border for a few years now, with a string of viral hits like “When Will Our Day Come” and “Lovewomanboogie” being uploaded to tastemaker YouTube channels such as Slav, 030esar0303 and Houseum. He had a busy year gig-wise too, with highlights being sets at Mass and Higher Vision festivals.
Bobby also shut down Trinity College’s Pav bar a few months ago as part of a promotional party ran by DUDJ and Metropolis Festival; going b2b with Mix & Fairbanks to 2,000+ people until the college Provost shut the gig down.
The Northerner’s own vinyl imprint, Body Fusion, which releases energetic dance floor records with a Jazz & Disco influence, has been met with critical acclaim on all fronts. The much sought after, vinyl-only collection is now available to buy digitally either.
The event will take place from 10:30 onward tonight, with friends Ste Wong, Paddy Rodgers, Ross Leahy & Andrew Gill and himself all going b2b throughout the night. Expect to hear plenty of energetic, groovy house cuts, disco edits and eclectic choices being played during the lads’ 4 and a half hour set.
Advance tickets cost €12 on Eventbrite and €15 at the door. Link for the tickets can also be found here.
Give a listen to Bobby’s Spotify playlist which he curated for the fine people at AVA Festival also, perfect pre drinks choices for tonight!
Words: Chris McNabb