This weeks entry to the Local Selection Mix Series welcomes Irish techno heavy-hitter, Flores. Supplying just over 70 minutes worth of quality techno, traversing through funky and harsher sounding selections from the Tullamore native. Making for an acute listening experience. Dig into this!

Today we welcome Flores to the Local Selection Mix Series. The budding DJ and producer has shown to be a force to be reckoned with as of late, playing an array of shows spanning all across the country, including Galway, Limerick, Offaly, Dublin and Waterford.

Flores has had an exciting year, where he supported the legendary Mauro Picotto in Galway and sold out a co-headline Shed Residents show with Mav666 as well as a sold-out solo Cork headline show. This week he announced his Belfast debut at The Telegraph Building on St. Patricks Day next year alongside Mav666, joined by blk., Aeron XTC and more on the line-up. No doubt 2023 is shaping up to be a monumental year for Flores and we cannot wait to see him flourish.

Additionally, Flores holds a residency with CNTRL, a label and events collective that is Galway-Dublin based. CNTRL have made a valiant effort since entering the Dublin party landscape where they are eager to introduce a harder, more brass techno sound to the city.

Having recently run a hugely successful local party at The Grand Social alongside Hybrid Events where they had Jamie Behan b2b Jon Hussey headline for their first ever back-to-back. Since then, they have been trusted in providing a Room 2 takeover in Monroe’s in Galway for Ewan McVicar and Dart, which turned out to be a massive success. They’re now looking forward to their first Room 2 takeover in Index on December 27th with TRYM, where the reception has been massive.

If you are unfamiliar with Flores, whether it be his sound, productions or mixing capabilities, then you need to give this mix a listen. He has provided us with a recording that is nothing short of beautifully crafted mayhem. If you need a spring in your step, put this on. You won’t be disappointed.

You can stay up to date with all things Flores here.

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