Want to know what’s on nearest to you in electronic music shows this weekend? We have you covered with our weekly weekend guide.
This week in our Ultimate Weekend Guide, we add Thursday night into our list of shows. This weekend sees Ireland showcase some of the best in the world wide techno scene.
GASH Collective member, ELLLL comes to Wigwam’s basement this Thursday night. Notions host the German based artist not long after her impressive Boiler Room appearance at Higher Vision just this year. Don’t sleep on this one
Adamant joins the Konspiracy crew in The Academy this Thursday night as he brings his new heavier sound to the Dublin venue. This is his first gig back in Dublin since the release of his latest ‘Identity Extension’ EP. Be sure to catch his new sound this Thursday night.
The Looptown duo play Dali cork after returning from overseas during the Summer. Looptown always know how to rustle up a crowd, no doubt they’ll do the same this Thursday.
Boots & Kats come straight off the back of their District 8 show to play Electric Galway for a night that is always filled with the most energetic of crowds. Be sure to grab a ticket for this one before it sells out.
The DSNT crew make a trip to Monroes as Myler goes B2B with Nez while Basement Project and Jon Hussey take charge of room two. DSNT bring their full Lumen production on the night making for a special night. Be sure to catch a glimpse of the this production.
Macronite returns as they team up with Pipeline to bring over DJ Stingray. A long hiatus will be well worth the wait when DJ Stringray brings his electro and techno style to the inside of Dolan’s Warehouse.
OCD continue to support the local Belfast scene as they host Back2Front, Hannah and Anderson for another heavy night of music in The Art Department.
Discotekken collective host Shanti Celeste and Alex Nut for their Winter Series of parties. They celebrate their 10 years of running shows, making this a show not to miss out on.
The highly anticipated show with Casual Gabberz happens this Friday as Slither & Research team up for the very exiting night. Introversion, Parallx and Shannen Blessing take control in the main room making for a huge triple headline show.
Mama Snake heads to Wigwam this Friday with the Mutate and Utopia collectives. Another hectic night in store for Wigwam’s basement with fast paced techno to be expected.
Bursting on to the scene this year with his stellar productions and flawless mixing, Djrum plays Dali in Cork for another huge show from the Under The Rose crew. This is certainly a show not to miss if you’re in the area.
George Feely headlines the Kneecap after party this Saturday night in The Palm House, Belfast. Palm House, Belfast. Expect the best in House and Disco from the Dublin man as he continues his busy year of festivals and club shows.
Nightcap and Mutate host American artist Volvox for a night in Kaizen Bar. Previous appearances at Body & Soul and Electric Picnic festival this year. Get to this for some stripped-back techno and an acid-flavored set.
UVB and Cailín play 39/40 this Saturday night with the Damsha collective. Releases on Monnom Black and Mord, UVB has been steadily making his mark as he rises through the ranks. Joined by Cailín on support, expect a heavy one.
Thomas Melchior returns after his last appearance in Ireland with The Breakfast Club back in 2012. Melodic bring over this guy for what is always a fun party.
Carista heads to the Wigwam basement his Saturday for the very first time. Rapidly growing in popularity, the United Identities party boss will hit the basement following a busy year at a multitude of festivals this year.
Bastardo Electrico turns 17 as head man Jamie Behan and Sunil Sharpe go B2B for a night of relentless electro and techno. The longest running party in Cork has seen endless amounts of memorable nights with some of the best DJs in the world. Maedbh O’Connor and Elision are on support for the night. Credit to Jamie Behan for Cork’s longest standing night.
If you’re feeling healthy after the night before, there’s a rollover party to continue the celebrations as Jamie Behan plays a house and electro set in Dali.