Wah Wah Club will play host to a new night, Cosmic Void, next Wednesday which aims to focus on the host of impressive producers currently in Dublin at the moment.
The night comes from the people behind the Early Shift and Strato and are well known for being behind some of the most notorious nights and mornings the city has seen over the past few years.
The first week’s installment will see an impressive lineup with Karl Guest and Quinton Campbell looking after house proceedings, with the trio of Seán Markey, Lukā Kōlōna and Oli Drakeford taking on the venue’s basement on the night.
The night joins a host of club nights taking place in Dublin’s midweek but rather than handing the controls over to a group of new DJs, they’re attempting to focus solely on the bustling number of producers in Dublin as well as hosting label showcases, given the number of impressive imprints doing the rounds in the city right now.
With Bruce Willis coming to an end, the launch will fill a gap in the Wednesday night market for fans of electronic music that’re eager to head out during the week.
They are actively encouraging up coming producers to send on music to their email (email@example.com) and are kicking off their first night by offering up an exclusive package of music courtesy of Quinton Campbell, who has received several nods from the esteemed likes of Bicep and AVA Festival among others. The package will include free downloads from the producer as well as some unreleased edits and tracks that’re exclusive to the Cosmic Void club night.
With the music they receive, they’re not only planning on giving new producers slots at the club night but also releasing the tracks via their YouTube channel that they’ll be launching in the coming days.
The first Cosmic Void takes place on the 21st of March in South William’s Wah Wah Club and you can join their event page here where there are a number of huge giveaways running.