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We’re back with our weekly weekend guide of gigs happening around Ireland this weekend.
The Nightcap collective host Or:la and Mike Servito for a very exciting night in Yamamori Tengu. The founder of Céad and Deep Sea Frequency, the Irish artist has proved her talent with consistent sets of the finest selections as well as reputable productions.
The talented Dublin collective, Offgrid bring a B2B set from Irish natives Lee Kelly and Doug Cooney. Releasing music with Eternal Friction and Jamie Behan’s Bastardo Electrico, the Dublin man has plenty up his sleeves when playing. Likewise Lee Kelly has appeared over various festivals this year along with sets on the coveted Red Light Radio in Amsterdam. This B2B is definitely one to get too.
Move D travels to Wigwam this Friday night for a 3 hour set filled with the best in House and Disco. The long time legend is brought over by Hidden Agenda and Subject for a definite night of fun.
Umwelt hits Dali Cork for a vinyl only set this Friday. The French techno artist has founded both the Rave or Die and of the New Flesh Records imprint that have helped craft his sound over the years. Catch this distinct sound this Friday in Dali Cork.
Boiler Room bring their non-broadcast tour to Cyprus Avenue in Cork as a part of their UK and Ireland tour. Roo Honeychild, Flood and GiGi FM make up the lineup for the night. This is one interesting show to get to see.
Blark, Callum Lawlor, Colm McKenna make up the lineup for another Friday edition of OCD in The Art Department this Friday night.
Lone brings his undeniable impressive sound to the basement of Wigwam this Saturday night for what will be an extremely good night of music. The R&S Records regular has proved himself as one of the most consistent and talented artists in the current scene. Be sure to get to this for a guaranteed entertaining night.
The Pear label celebrates their 4th birthday. Fio Fa and Jio play Yamamori Tengu for the night. The Pear label have released the music of talented artists such as Big Miz, r.kitt, George Earnest and much more making them a big player in Dublin’s electronic scene.
Boxed Off returns this year in the new location of Punchestown Racecourse, previously the home of Oxegen back in 2011. The blockbuster lineup includes Denis Sulta, Peggy Gou, Dax J, Nina Kravis, Robert Hood, Tommy Holohan, Cailin and the best local talent coming out of Ireland right now.
Setaoc Mass and D.A.V.E The Drummer hit The Palm House in Belfast this weekend. Hosted by the Wonderlust and Annaghtek collectives this stacked night will be one not to be missed.
Boiler Room take their tour to Derry as they team up with AVA and Jika Jika for show from HAAi, Gigi FM, Jika Jika and Intergalaktic. Finishing up their Irish section of the tour as they head to UK.