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Doors 8pm Tickets € 8  
Having spent the last 3 years extensively playing throughout Ireland, they’ve also graced the stage with many established Irish acts such as Bressie, Paddy Casey and Fangclub After working hard over recent months preparations for the release of their next EP "Machines & Slaves" are about over.

HUDSON TAYLOR :: Fri 24th Nov
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €22.50  
Dublin duo Hudson Taylor return with their brand new single - ‘Feel It Again’, the first fresh music from Alfie and Harry in two years. Since the release of their debut album in 2015, the brothers have been busy touring around Europe, writing songs for their next record, and jamming and hanging out with musical pals both here and in the UK. ‘Feel It Again’ is the first track from a forthcoming EP release. It was produced by Ryan Hadlock, best known for his work with The Lumineers and Vance Joy, and mixed by Ruadhri Cushnan (Mumford & Sons, Ed Sheeran) in Dublin.

DVS1 :: Fri 24th Nov
Doors 11pm Tickets €17.50  
Immersed in the heydays of the ’90s Midwest rave scene, DVS1 has gained a highly-respected reputation for his versatile skills, infectious energy and physical power behind the decks. As a resident DJ of Berlin’s infamous Berghain / Panorama Bar, he moves floors of the world’s most prestigious and best venues. After his first original releases on Klockworks and Transmat, he was not only introduced to a bigger audience, hence creating a strong fellowship for his own imprints: While HUSH showcase DVS1’s love for deep, purist techno and only his music, Mistress Recordings reflects his wide range as a beat and rhythm addict presenting some of his secret weapons that touches all corners of the dance floor and beyond. With a combination of deep musical knowledge, unparalleled enthusiasm, and a vinyl collection of more than 30,000 records, DVS1 is also renowned as an outspoken defender of underground’s true values that established the American DJ, producer and label owner as a truly exceptional character of today’s contemporary electronic music scene.

Freakin' 909 presents:
LOW STEPPA + House Of Virus + DJ Ides
:: Sat 25th Nov
Doors 11pm Tickets €12.50/15  
Low Steppa’s tenure in the scene has been short but explosive due to his forward thinking and intelligent production work, making his popularity rise rapidly. Catapulting his career with his massive bootleg of Route 94’s ‘My Love’ reaching over 1.4million plays on YouTube in 2013 truly set the pace of things to come. The track received so much hype that Route 94 replaced his own version within club sets, giving it away for free across his social media channels. This prompted Low Steppa’s Soundcloud page to become an essential download destination for house fans. Now, a regular feature on the UK’s favourite radio shows, you can hear Low Steppa’s tracks on Kiss FM, Capital/ Capital Xtra FM and BBC Radio 1 Xtra.

Doors 3pm + 8pm Tickets €15  
Last year Stephanie signed to East West Records/Warner Music, opting for a deal which would give her the chance to develop her skills and collaborate with award winning songwriters, including Amy Wadge who has co-written with Ed Sheeran and won a Grammy for ‘Thinking Out Loud’. Her first release is self-affirming anthem, ‘100 Like Me’ where Stephanie opens up about her battle with self-consciousness. Further tracks to look forward to include the raw and honest, ‘Sorry’ and the wonderfully uplifting, ‘Nothing Of You Left To Love.’

LOAH :: Thur 30th Nov
Doors 8pm Tickets €13.50  
Loah is Sallay Matu Garnett, a singer songwriter of Sierra Leonean / Irish origin, having grown up in the classical combination of Maynooth and West Africa. While there, instead of a TV all she had was a piano to keep herself entertained, which combined with a solid classical training on violin and voice resulted in a uniquely talented musician from a very early age. While at Trinity College, she collaborated with future members of the likes of Little Green Cars, Slow Skies, and I Have A Tribe, as well as singing with Kíla, Niwel Tsumbu and Trinity Orchestra’s early pop endeavours. She also contributed to Hozier’s platinum selling debut album, co-writing the song “Someone New”. She’s now embarking on an ambitious solo career, combining her unique blend of folk and soul which she calls “ArtSoul”. Expect big things, but even more so expect the unexpected.

Doors 11pm Tickets €15  
Space Dimension Controller is the cosmic entity galvanizing dance musics traditions into his own cyberpunk aesthetic. Having released on Ninja Tune, R&S and Clone his retro-futurist sound has garnered fans from across the globe (maybe even the galaxy). A genuine character in modern electronic music with love from his broad spanning peers; he has went onto play at all the major Festivals and clubs on an international scale. His 'Florescent Trails' laser ballet show has gathered critical acclaim and his Boiler Room set from hometown Belfast has been over 4million times online. With new single 'EXOSTACK' and projects coming in 2017, the future is certainly SDC's.

TECHNO FRIDAYS :: Fri 1st December
Doors 11pm Tickets € 6 / 8  
Techno on a Friday - TECHNO FRIDAYS!!

STOP MAKING SENSE - Talking Heads :: Sat 2nd December
Doors 11pm Tickets €12.50  
It’s a club night like no other (especially for fans of Talking Heads). DJs start the night playing music influenced by or directly related to New York City (70/80/90s), expect a nice warm up of everything from Disco n House to Punk and Funk. Classic rare unseen photo selections from that era will be shown on the big screen as the DJs run through the soundtrack of one of the most culturally significant cities in the world. This is not a seated event, it’s a dance party. When the crowd are ready to go we show the best concert movie ever made, from the moment David Byrne kicks off the little beatbox on stage you will not stop dancing, trust us. The concert runs for an hour and a half and then the DJs continue the party well in the night.

LA FIESTA :: Fri 8th Dec
Doors 11pm Tickets € 7 / 10  
Latino night

Doors 8pm Tickets €15  
After a packed out show at Electric Picnic’s Rankin Wood’s stage, Rusangano Family are delighted to announce winter tour dates around the country hitting up - Dublin, Cork, Galway and Limerick. 2017 has been a huge year for God Knows, MynameisjOhn and MuRli Bo . In March, the band won the acclaimed Choice Music Prize award for Best Album for their debut album ‘Let the Dead Bury the Dead’, and quickly followed this up with the release of a new single ‘I Know You Know’ - a collaborative project with film-maker Bob Gallagher . The summer has seen the lads bring the live Rusangano Family experience abroad, with shows at the Luminato Festival in Toronto, Shambala Festival (uk) and a number of London shows. In late August, Rusangano Family dropped their new single, ‘Tea in a Pot’, an ode to their favourite beverage. The single has already gained strong national airplay, along with the accompanying video from Shane Serrano. It’s nearly time to go back into the studio and focus on making a new album, but not before one final 4-date tour of Ireland.

JOSH BUTLER :: Sat 9th Dec
Doors 11pm Tickets €16  
From the North of England to dance floors across the globe, Josh Butler has made serious headway with his high caliber House sound. The talented Northerner has become one of House music’s most revered rising talents over the last couple of years, boasting a plethora of acclaimed releases on prestigious labels (Noir, Cajual, Avotre, MTA, MadTech), gigs at some of the world’s best clubs and events including Warehouse Project Manchester, Mint Club Leeds, Toffler Rotterdam, Chibuku Liverpool, Arches Glasgow, a residency at Sankeys Ibiza, and a plethora of key festival plays throughout Europe. Several industry awards Later (DJ Mag Award 2014 and Beatport Award 2014) and frequent support from key industry players such as Joris Voorn, Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Kerri Chandler, Steve Lawler, Heidi and Noir all to his name, Josh continues to rise through the ranks of House music.

ALAN FITZPATRICK :: Wed 13th December
Doors 10pm Tickets €25  
Having enjoyed a breathlessly successful 2016 & 2017, there can be no doubting Alan Fitzpatrick’s position as one of the most influential electronic artists of the moment.

:: Sat 16th Dec
Doors 10pm Tickets € 8 / 10  
Revelation Sound are celebrating twenty years of hosting sound-system events. On a visual and technical level, Revelation have made leaps in terms of reproducing the quality of the full sound spectrum reproduction. New Drivers (speakers) have been upgraded in all sections alongside newly constructed boxes and bass bins. Back stage the system's electrics and amplifiers have also been updated to the latest technological capabilities. Making the operation of the system much more stable and easier on the ear in the mid and top ranges. As the sound and equipment is modernising, the clearer sound is moving the audience to deeper levels of aural & bass experience. The Revelation crew plan to make year twenty on the roots and culture road the best yet!

AUGUST WALK :: Sun 17th Dec
Doors 8pm Tickets € 8  
4 lads from East Cork playing a style of hard hitting Irish Gritty Rock.

VIPER HIGGINS - An Inconvenient Bollocking :: Wed 20th Dec
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €15  
Viper Higgins (Hardy Bucks/World News) is Mayo's answer to David Icke. Join Francis and guests for an unparalleled Powerpoint demonstration on who really controls the world. Featuring unseen videos.

PATRICK TOPPING :: Thur 21st Dec
Doors 10pm Tickets €25  
In a short space of time, Patrick Topping has become part of the top tier of dance music. Part of the new wave of electronic music producers coming from the north of England. Recently voted 11th in Resident Advisors Top100 DJ's of 2016. Hes one of the most in demand artists in the scene and for the last couple of years has been playing all over the world; and makes his Cork debut this December!

LIVE FOREVER - Oasis tribute :: Sat 23rd Dec
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €15  
They recreate songs from every era of Oasis from the timeless hits of the 90's when brit pop was at it's height, to the hits off their final album! Having toured Ireland extensively playing many of it's major venues and festivals, live forever have a wealth of experience when it comes to stagecraft. The audience continues to sing their hearts out to the classic Oasis anthems that we all know and love.

Doors 10pm Tickets € 5 / 8  

KíLA :: Wed 27th Dec
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €18.50  
‘Softly spoken off stage and complete lunatics on it, Kila have torn up the rulebook with their wantonly eclectic mix of styles, Brilliant!’- Hot Press (Latest Album) Suas Síos ratings - 9/10 Hot Press, 4/5 Irish Times, 4/5 The Independent

ROBBIEG :: Wed 27th Dec
Doors 11pm Tickets €10  
This kid doesnt need a big long description on how talented he is, you are not here to read a description, just click play on any of RobbieGs work and that will tell you how talented this 19 year old Dublin based Producer is.

MYLES GAFFNEY :: Thurs 28th Dec
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €12.50  
Well-known Cork ballad performer Myles Gaffney, originally from Redemption Road, has had two songs picked up by American record label Rian Music and they have put them forward as their nominations for the 60th Grammy Awards.

STEPHEN MURPHY :: Fri 29th Dec
Doors 11pm Tickets €10  
Cork producer Stephen Murphy returns for what is sure to be another sold out night

Doors 7.30pm Tickets €18.50  
And So I Watch You From Afar have applied to their fourth album the same rigorous work ethic that has seen them touring nearly non-stop all over the world in recent years — including less common tour stops like China, Russia, India and Africa. Heirs is both the band’s most painstakingly created album as well as its most personal and meaningful. “Its central theme is about the inheritance of ideas,” the band says. “In that we’re all heirs to other peoples’ passion, which in turn inspires ourselves.”

HUXLEY :: Sat 30th Dec
Doors 11.30pm Tickets €20  
Huxley, born Michael Dodman, is a name you're sure to continue to hear more and more off after firmly cementing his place in the UK house scene this past two years. Raised on a diet of UK & US Garage, House and early rave music- Huxley has moulded his music into what is his can be called his own distinctive mark on house music.

WIRED DEEP :: New Years Eve - Sun 31st Dec
Doors 10pm Tickets €10/12.50  
Steve Forde, Joe Logue & Dan O'Sullivan once again join forces to ring in the new year with the freshest house and techno.

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KARL BLAU :: Fri 16th March
Doors 7pm Tickets €15  
Sequestered away in rural bliss, 90 minutes north of Seattle on the Washington state coast, Karl Blau has been making records for 20 years, but never with European distribution. So, when Bella Union released Introducing Karl Blau in 2016, it shone a belated and deserved light on “one of the great hidden treasures of music,” claimed album producer Tucker Martine. But given Introducing’s specific agenda – a set of gorgeous, lush cover versions drawing mostly on vintage Nashville’s country-soul with Blau concentrating on his rich, reverberating voice, his latest album Out Her Space is so different that it could be titled Reintroducing Karl Blau. Out Her Space, released 17th November on Bella Union, features all Blau’s own material, production and multi-instrumental skills, and forges a gorgeous, languid and hook-infested gumbo of soul, funk, some jazzy blowing and Afro-pop, to arrive somewhere else entirely.

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ALL TVVINS :: Fri 30th March 2018
Doors 7.30pm Tickets €20  
The duo announced they will release their second track since ‘IIVV’ was released. Following on from “Alone Together” feat. James Vincent McMorrow, comes “Anything”, a clear step beyond anything that featured on ‘IIVV’ and a development on “Alone Together” When ‘IIVV’ was nominated for Album of the Year at the Choice Music Awards, it heralded the end of the album’s campaign. After a minimal break, the duo soon “turbo-boosted” their writing process where they amassed a group of new singles they plan on releasing over the coming months. Whereas they previously painstakingly crafted each song together, they instead found themselves creating almost completed ideas individually before allowing the other partner to put their stamp on it. Most of the new tracks emerged on piano and synths before being fleshed out into a band dynamic. Inspired by a whole world of influences, Lar describes them as being “varied and extreme” and “emotionally charged”, while Conor notes that his interest in keys means that he has been writing a lot more on piano. All Tvvins have previously shared stages with bands including Arcade Fire, Pixies and Foals, and have played events as diverse as the VICE House Party and the huge 2FM Xmas Ball in Dublin.

Doors 8pm Tickets €15  
Over 10 years and five albums Delorentos have proved themselves to be one of Ireland’s most enduring, creative, imaginative and exciting bands. Together they have experienced much that a life in music has to offer, from the thrill of playing live shows and making new friends all around the world to the challenge of surviving in an ever changing industry. Delorentos will be releasing new music in 2018!

Doors 7.30pm Tickets €20  
Donegal’s Little Hours keep things cooking with the release of their new video for “Later On”, taken from their number 1 EP “Too Much Patience”. The video was directed by Sean James Garland and shot in California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona. The latest offering from Little Hours comes along with the announcement of fresh Irish dates in Spring 2018. Led by vocalist / pianist John Doherty, Little Hours enjoyed a busy summer of festivals around Ireland, including playing Main Stage at Electric Picnic and were special guests of both Birdy and Rodrigo y Gabriela in the UK as well as playing a string of their own sold out headline shows across Ireland and the UK in October.