A host of Irish talent will take control of the Boiler Room for its Irish festival debut.
Higher Vision returns to Navan Racecourse for its 3rd year. Hosting 6 stages with an array of international and local talent, Higher Vision will follow up last year with another stacked lineup along with an even further push into larger and more impressive production overall. 5 of the 6 stages will be hosted by Dave Clarke, Boiler Room, Solardo, Cocoon and Hijinks along with Higher Visions own Main Stage. The collaboration with artists for stages adds a unique take to each stage. We can’t wait to see everything in action this Saturday, but our one to not miss out on will be the Boiler Room Irish Festival debut.
One of Ireland’s fastest rising talents in recent years there is no shortage of quality music to get you in the mood for KETTAMA’s return to Higher Vision this year.
After an outstanding set at Boxed Off last year and a show from Life Festival that won’t be forgotten, KETTAMA’s distinct sound is sought after time and time again as his forever hard-hitting house continues to evolve and intrigue audiences all over Europe. The Galway native recently released his second EP on top English label Shall Not Fade. A collection of tracks that was long awaited for, delivered exactly was expected and proved yet again that KETTAMA is the next big thing in music.
He closes out the Boiler Room stage this year and will undoubtedly deliver a set fans won’t want to miss.
KETTAMA – B O D Y
KETTAMA – MAJIK
Increasingly becoming a prominent figure in the European techno scene, Tommy Holohan has a recognizable style and mannerisms that points him in the direction of an iconic future. Owning and releasing on his own label Rave Selekts has brought us the old school rave inspired track ‘Subaru Imprezza’, an energetic piece that has become a staple track for Ireland’s booming electronic music scene. Tommy has had a superb string of releases as of late including music on Dax J’s label Monnom Black and London based label Civil Disobedience. This is one that shouldn’t be missed.
Tommy Holohan – Subaru Imprezza
Tommy Holohan – Inter Dimensional Hardcore Business
The local Waterford woman has been making quite a name for herself in the past few months. Growing as a long time Subject resident, Cailín has supported multiple international DJs making her talents go further than just the average techno DJ.
Cailín also holds success in producing music too. Sometimes unnoticed and underrated, her productions compliment her DJing in more ways than one. A recent release on local label wherethetimegoes shows us exactly what she has to offer. Cailín sets the pace just before Tommy Holohan which is no doubt going to be a fast one.
Cailín – LWLMN
The Irish born and now Berlin based artist is becoming an important figure with the rise of the underground electronic music scene in Ireland. Playing all around the world, ELLLL has gained a highly respected reputation in Ireland and further afield with no signs of stopping that trend anytime soon. Her top class productions are a testament to style she captures when playing and she will certainly show this on her second appearance on Boiler Room.
ELLLL – Confectionary
ELLLL – Boiler Room Dublin
Starting out as a DJ in Dublin, DART made his name and rightfully moved up the ranks in the music scene. With a rich history in DJing created, he soon moved to producing and was very quick to win the AVA’s emerging producer competition, a highly prestigious award. A number of self release tracks have created a positive buzz around this Dublin DJ who is sure to be a big name in the near future. His clear-cut style will have a chance to be showcased this year for his Boiler Room debut.
DART – I WANT U
DART – 1995
One of Dublin’s most loved DJs, George Feely will open up the Boiler Room stage at Higher Vision with the best party atmosphere he is so well known for. George has slowly stacked up a consistent amount of peak time disco infused house tunes over the past while. Releasing on the esteemed Henry Street Music label where such artists as Armand Van Helden, DJ Sneak and a host of other iconic producers have appeared on, can only confirm the producing talent George Feely has. Be sure to check out what he has to offer before you make your way to Higher Vision.
George Feely – Crash Bandicute
De La Soul – A Roller Skate Jam Named Saturday (George Feely Keep It Funky Mix)
If you haven’t already, you can grab tickets to Higher Vision here.