Limerick-based techno party DIE hosts the godfather of Irish techno, Sunil Sharpe, alongside rising hardware-operator, Chaz Moloney at the fabled Dolan’s Warehouse on February 1st. Returning from a seasonal break, DIE welcomes an all-star Irish techno lineup spread across 3 rooms.

DIE has been going strong for a long time, and its legendary status is steeped in its sweat-soaked parties across woodland raves, basement haunts, and Dolan’s Warehouse, which it now calls home. While the DIE has hosted some of the world’s most renowned DJs, its foundational principle is the unwavering support for Irish DJs.

DIE owner Dan Sykes spoke to Four Four Magazine in 2021 “When something is on, then you’re going. Also, the music heads in Limerick are a diversified bunch. So people are into music overall as opposed to genres. You’ll meet the same people at whatever gigs are going on.”

Earwiggle boss Sunil Sharpe headlines the warehouse on February 1st, bringing his expansive selection of dancefloor dedicated cuts. The Dublin-based DJ has gained legendary status across Ireland and abroad, known for his razor-sharp skills in the booth and his dedication to staying true to his craft, Sharpe boasts a reputation as one of the world’s most coveted techno DJs.

Chaz Moloney brings his live set to Dolan’s for its debut iteration at the warehouse. The Limerick native is running off the back of his sell-out homecoming live show at The Belltable Theatre. Moloney has cemented himself as one of the most promising techno acts in the country thanks to his complex yet unwavering live performance style, which combines supercharged modular synth lines with rough and ready percussive strikes.

DIE boss Dan Sykes completes the bill in the warehouse, while MICH takes charge upstairs, delivering hard-hitting techno vibes alongside a stellar crew of artists all night long. In the Sub Social, Elemental DJs promise a warm and energetic vibe, blending diverse styles from garage to jungle and everything in between.

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