Today we premiere new music from Thelma & Josh Coakley as London and Dublin meet up for rave soaked techno. The pair have created dance-floor bliss as they showcase a big room techno anthem that is packed with rave stabs, pounding kicks, adjuring vocals and crunchy percussion.

Two of the most exciting names in rave edged house and techno link up for a big and bold techno anthem. Both Thelma and Josh Coakley have been producing a concoction of infectious 90’s inspired cuts on various imprints, with key influences coming from their neighbouring countries, England and Ireland.

A newcomer to the scene, THELMA has been making waves with her techno productions this past year. Growing up in Switzerland’s capital of underground music, Lausanne, and now living in London, she is constantly challenging herself to adapt her music to different audiences. The artist has played in renowned London venues such as Egg and Corsica Studios, quickly followed by performances in Paris, Dublin and Belfast. With exciting upcoming releases and international shows, the future is looking bright for the artist.

Josh Coakley a name that needs little introduction to Irish crowds has been rising from the ashes of Dublin music scene. The award-winning DJ/Producer Josh Coakley is one of the youngest Irish talents and most underrated DJs on the international circuit now, and one of those selectors blessed with the ability to really tell a story. With productions signed to some of the best and biggest labels in the world he is never afraid to take a risk behind the decks, and you’re likely to hear him smash through some vintage old school rave tracks along with the best in house and techno.

The pairs formidable ode to the 90’s channel’s raw energy of familiar rave techno formula’s with head banging rhythms, and unapologetic vocal hits. This is made for the dance-floor, and we can see this burning dance floors across Ireland and the UK all Autumn & Winter.

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