George Feely is a 24 year-old Dublin DJ who can be found as a resident at Opium Rooms and Hangar, and South William. He’s recently supported Gui Boratto, Boddika, Leftfield, Orbital, Route 94, and Simian Mobile Disco. He’s been sharing edits of tunes from the likes of Sylvester and Thelma Huston along with originals on… Read more »

Posted on May 26th, 2017

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Caribou’s Dan Snaith returns to his Daphni side-project with a Fabriclive mix on July 21st that will feature 23 original and unreleased Daphni tracks along with 4 edits. ‘Face To Face’ is a low-slung percussive groover that dropped today as part of the mix (it’s on Bandcamp) and the tracklist and details are below. It’s… Read more »

Posted on May 24th, 2017

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The Newbridge, Kildare duo of Rob Smyth and Gary O’Reilly aka Mix & Fairbanks are following up their first collection of DJ edits, their whopper original debut and their extended Le Boom remix with another collection of Made & Played edits that they’ve been playing out of late in their DJ sets. Check out the… Read more »

Posted on May 22nd, 2017

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Elaine’s Mai’s first EP in three years, The Colour of the Night is being described by its author as “a cathartic piece of work which centres around the common human experiences of grief and hope.” Elaine says: ‘This EP is a snapshot of the last few years for me and each song reflects a different… Read more »

Posted on May 19th, 2017

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First it was the Twin Peaks theme tune that Flying Lotus tackled (to coincide with the show’s return this week – mixed feelings abound) Now, Queen? Stephen Ellison looks to be turning back his attention to music once more after finishing his full-length film Kuso (which looks bizarre). ‘Night Grows Pale’ which samples a pitched-down… Read more »

Posted on May 17th, 2017

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Last week wasan eventful one for Hundred Waters. Not only did they put on the FORM Arcosanti festival in the desert of Arizona where Solange, James Blake and Father John Misty played, but they released a surprise 5-track EP of music to follow ‘Particle’, the dreamy electronic pop song they put out the week before…. Read more »

Posted on May 17th, 2017

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From Night To Night, the debut full-length album from David Kitt’s New Jackson project arrives on All City officially tomorrow. The 11 songs featured here were created very much at home in Dublin. Specifically Kitt’s bedroom, overlooking Dublin bay in the small hours of the morning. These analogue night-time constructions have a graceful intimacy to… Read more »

Posted on May 11th, 2017

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Kilnamana are new Berlin-based consisting of Enda and Miguel. The band are named after the town of Kilnamanagh near Tallaght where Enda went to primary school and where Miguel learned Spanish. The duo have a full debut album called Paradise Suicide this Friday but they’ve announced themselves with a video for the last song on… Read more »

Posted on May 10th, 2017

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I’m a big fan of 12″ extended remixes – the kind that were prevalent in the eighties and that most of the great pop songs of the era have. Think of extended versions made for the dancefloor of Madonna’s ‘Into The Groove’, Inner City’s ‘Good Life’ or Womack & Womack ‘Teardrops’. Kildare duo Mix &… Read more »

Posted on May 9th, 2017

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David Kitt’s New Jackson project drops his album From Night To Night officially this Friday on All City and he’s shared another taster from the album “a ten-minute plus modular and SP 1200 workout and sci fi hyperballad with a spiritual nod to DJ Shadow’s mid-90s masterpiece. Hear ‘Anya’s Piano’ also from the record. Preorder:… Read more »

Posted on May 8th, 2017

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Long-standing Dutch electronic producer David Douglas pops up on these parts every now and again with new music. His latest album Spectators of the Universe arrived in March on Atomnation and continues is forays into electronic synth, funk bass and deep disco rhythms. ‘C’est La Vie’ is an album cut with a vintage arpeggio feel…. Read more »

Posted on May 3rd, 2017

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WOB! are a live drum’n’bass electronic band from Dublin (who want to make you ‘Move’) who for their latest track have hooked up with upcoming R&B singer Erica Cody (as featured here) on ‘Higher’, a song that heralds the start of summer. Check out the extra summery video for the song by Crooked Gentlemen.

Posted on May 2nd, 2017

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Daithí’s new EP Holiday Home features 5 tracks of electronic pop constructed with elements drawn from the real world. Recorded sounds of the west of Ireland, the songs of motion and colour were made in the far flung parts of the country. Hooking up with Sinead White on two tracks and Elaine Mai on another,… Read more »

Posted on April 28th, 2017

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Sorca McGrath and Simon Cullen have been making music as Ships for the last five years. As both a creative duo and real-life partners, they have imbued their synth-disco music with genuine exploration of human feeling. The ‘Ships’ in the title also represents some suffixes using the title – ‘relationships’, ‘friendships’, ‘scholarships’. There’s connection at… Read more »

Posted on April 28th, 2017

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The Limerick/Cork pairing of Lakerama, Graeme S (Hsuan Records) and Senita (also of Shookrah) have regrouped for some new music to followup their 2015 debut EP. The new EP Contactless comes out Friday and the duo once again explore matching influences from house, garage, juke and footwork dance genres with Senita’s soul-filled vocals. The EP… Read more »

Posted on April 26th, 2017

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