For the first year of All Together Now, we’re being blessed with a very carefully picked and well thought out electronic line up. With electronic acts repping all genres and styles, we can’t wait to catch some of the diverse and versatile sets and DJs and producers that will be gracing Curraghmore House this August bank holiday.


With that in mind, we’ve picked five of our favourites that we advise you absolutely shouldn’t miss if you’re planning on making the trip to All Together Now for its first year in action. With plenty of local and homegrown DJs also due to be making appearances, we’ve focused more on the line up staples that we believe you won’t regret seeing.

The Black Madonna

The Black Madonna has proved herself as somewhat of an encyclopedia of house music and also as one of the leading lights for equality in a industry that is only now coming to terms with how to approach equality within the industry itself. She lives and breathes Chicago house music, always making for seriously captivating and fun performances.

Shanti Celeste

Associated with transcending genres, Shanti Celeste and she reps anything from house, techno, tropical house to garage and more during her momentum filled sets.

R. Kitt

Definitely a firm favourite of ours, R. Kitt makes intricate house music with sonically kaleidoscopic effects. His sets always make for an upbeat bit different kind of vibe to the classic house music set, and we can’t wait to catch him again at All Together Now.


After the recent release of her debut album Motorik Voodoo Bush Doof Musik, HAAi is one of the most intriguing artists on the rise within the house and techno sphere. HAAi produces eclectic and textured sets, going with the flow rather than opting for a more planned out set – always leading to an experimental experience for all those present.


You’ve almost definitely someone say “You HAVE to see Underworld” at some point – and they’re right. You HAVE to see them. Their atmospheric sets are made up entirely of their own iconically distinct electronic music and Karl Hyde’s dance moves will make anyone enjoy themselves.

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