Dancing for Money is a London based party focused on a cultural exchange between Ireland and the UK. They launch their second event with Ellll & Glimmerman on the 18th of March.

After the major success of its first party in January with Cait and Riva. DFM announce their second party on the 18th of March in The Waiting Room in Stoke Newington.

The party is intended to be a special celebration of Irish culture to commemorate the first St. Patricks Day out of lockdown in three years. The party will showcase two of Ireland’s most forward thinking producers making a global impact at the moment: ELLLL and Glimmerman.

Ellll for those of you who are not yet aquatinted with the Irish born, Berlin based producer and DJ, has a unique approach to bass, techno and off kilter club music. ELLLL has carved out a distinctive voice thanks to sets and productions laced with breaks, abstract experimentation, disjointed techno and bass heavy club. Through releases on labels such as FSL, Glacial Industries and Art for Blind, ELLLL has established herself as a
boundary pushing figure in electronic music. ELLLL is also one of the cofounders of Gash Collective, a group focused on supporting Irish women & LGBTQ+ producers & DJ’s. It’s been over three years since her last London appearance and we’re very excited to have her headline this party.

Young bass up and comer Glimmerman has established himself as one of the co-founders of Dublin’s beloved Thrust Collective. Glimmerman quickly gained attention due to his exciting multi-genre excursions on labels such
as his own Thrust, Woozy and the eminent First Second Label imprint. With much more in store for him this year, we’re very excited to welcome Glimmerman over for his London debut.

Tickets are available here.

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