Krystal Klear is celebrating his 30th birthday in District 8 on December 15th with very special guests on the night Skream and Jackmaster. Tickets are €20-25 and available from Eventbrite.

Touch Sensitive is playing his very first gig in Ireland on Friday November 24th. Support on the night is Irish duo KILNAMANA. Tickets are priced at €15.20 and available from Ticketmaster.

The Headphone Clinic – A casual Sunday afternoon experimental audio and collaborative soundscaping experience comes to A4 Sounds on Upper Dorset Street on November 12th. The event includes live performances from Gavin Prior, Andy Wilson and Marc Aubele as well as Workshops and Hands-on Demonstrations. Relaxing on a beanbag with a cup of tea is also an option for this one. Tickets are priced at €10+ and available from eventbrite.

Pear Presents bring you Ben UFO and Wino Wagon in Tengu on December 2nd. Tickets are available on the door at €12.

Northside Dublin arts group GlasDrum are hosting the second New Sounds In An Old Place on Friday November 17th showcasing the sounds of Malojian and Dublin native Sorcha Richardson.

American house DJ and producer Paul Johnson known for his 1999 hit single ‘Get Get Down’ plays Pygmalion on December 27th. Support on the night is yet to be announced. Early bird tickets are €10 and available from resident advisor.

A fundraiser for The Jocelyn Blake Cancer Fund is taking place at Dublin Food Co-op, Newmarket on Saturday November 18th. Performances on the day include Farah Elle, Interskalactic and Lisa O’Neill followed by Sorca McGrath from Ships and the Lumo DJs who will be playing their special brand of disco tunes and curveball classics.

Tickets are €15+ on Eventbrite.

The Co-Present from Dublin Digital Radio are releasing a Christmas album of Christmas Songs by some of Ireland’s finest Musicians in aid of Pieta House. The album launch night takes place on Saturday December 9th at Drop Dead Twice, Francis Street. Performances on the night come from Session Motts, Junior Brother and more to be announced.

Tickets are €10 and available from Dice Ireland.

German electronic music collective Zehr Gut in association w Dlight Studios Dublin & Homebeat present A//B This two part night takes place on December 15th. Part A is in Dlight Studios with Giegling’s Leafar Legov and r.kitt.
Part B is happening in Wigwam with Waterford native Neil Flynn.

Tickets for part a are €12 – 18 (BYOB)
Tickets for part B are €8 / 12
A + B COMBO TICKET : €20 (online only)

Tickets are available from Eventbrite.

Horse Meat Disco are coming to Wigwam on December 22 thanks to Bodytonic. Tickets are 15+ and available from Eventbrite.

Cork based indie rockers The Shaker Hymn are touring Ireland this November

Dates include

The Stormy Teacup, Limerick : Friday 17th November
Tickets €7 from Eventbrite

The Loft, The Grand Social, Dublin : Wednesday 22nd November
with support from Joey Gavin
Tickets €10 from Eventbrite

Coughlan’s Live, Cork : Thursday 30th November
With Patrick Freeman and Band
Tickets €12 from

New York based duoSofi Tukker, Sophie Hawley-Weld and Tucker Halpern play The Button Factory on Saturday January 27th.

Tickets priced €18 and are on sale this Friday at 9am from Ticketmaster.

New Zealand native singer-song writer Marlon Williams who recently teamed up with Aldous Harding for their new song ‘Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore’, plays Whelan’s on Saturday the 24th February.

Tickets priced at €15 go on sale this Friday November 10th at 10am from Ticketmaster.

Culture Vultures returns to the Sound House for a special pre-Christmas event on Wednesday December 6th with guests Maria Doyle Kennedy and Sinead Burke at The Sound House on Eden Quay.

Tickets are €14+ from Ticketmaster.

Posted on November 9th, 2017

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Metropolis Festival has announced the day-by-day breakdown for its Saturday 28 & Sunday 29 October Bank Holiday weekend activities in the RDS plus some new acts: Jeremy Underground, Krystal Klear, Fjaak (Live) and Peggy Gou.

Saturday October 28th will feature
Opening Concert across two stages:
Leftfield Performing Leftism
Death In Vegas – Fjaak (Live)

Sunday October 29th:
TLC – Richie Hawtin – Jungle
Adam Beyer – Mount Kimbie – Jeremey Underground
Bonzai – Krystal Klear – Peggy Gou – Booka Brass – Dj Deece

There’ll also be Bingo Loco, Funfair and night gigs.

More to be announced including RBMA conversation and music stage, installations and DJs.

Doors: Saturday 4pm & Sunday 3pm

Day tickets go onsale tomorrow morning at 9:00am.

Opening Concert – Saturday

Tier 1 – €49.75

Bank Holiday – Sunday

Tier 1 – €69.75
Tier 2 – €79.50


TIER 1 (Sat/Sun) – €99.50 – SOLD OUT!
TIER 2 (Sat/Sun) – €109.50 – SOLD OUT!
TIER 3 (Sat/Sun) – €119.50 /Ph 0818 719300
Prices include booking fee but subject to service charges.

Posted on July 26th, 2017


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Dubliner Dec Lennon has made his name as the DJ and producer Krystal Klear drawing from disco, boogie and funk music at various points in his career.

His latest releases are particularly inspired by New York’s dance clubs of the early 80s and in particular Larry Levan and the spirit of the Paradise Garage can be heard on his latest release which I wrote about last month.

It’s a patron talking about “the feeling, that experience that brings you back to your childhood” in reference to the Garage that introduces Lennon’s edit of Talking Heads’ ‘Once In A Lifetime’.

It’s a song that is a club staple already with countless versions of the song for the dancefloor DJ already out there. Lennon got his hands on the studio files for the original though and reworked the track to give it a longer version, adding some percussion and vocal segments. It gives the song a version that wasn’t really possible before with its source material intact.

The version is out on KK Classics, an imprint which featured Krystal Klear’s ‘Blue Monday’ on its first release.

Krystal Klear plays District 8 all night long next Saturday night April 16th.

Posted on April 5th, 2017

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This is only a selection of new music – dig into more.

3 New Music flavours:

All song added in the past week: Nialler9 Weekly.

The larger three-month New Music Playlist.

New Irish Music Playlist

Check out the regularly updated Spotify playlists.


Krystal Klear – ‘Keith Haring’

Taking its name from the iconic New York graffiti artist and the ’80s New York club scene, ‘Keith Haring’ is a silky synth-funk percussive dancefloor throwback to that era on a Cold Tonic release that also pays homage to the club ‘Danceteria’ with a classic house jam. ‘Keith Haring’ is a tribute to inclusivity.

“No matter an individual’s social status, sexual orientation, colour or creed, there was always explicit enjoyment and inclusivity within the musical surrounding”.

The song is out now on 12″ and digitally later this month.


TODD TERJE – Jungelknugen (Four Tet remix)

A headspinning Four Tet remix for an as yet unreleased Todd Terje song finally gets a full release after numerous radio rip uploads.


The Juan Maclean – ‘Can You Ever Really Know Somebody?’

The return of Nancy Wang and John for some DFA dancefloor grooving. It’s the pair’s first release since 2014’s In A Dream. A remix from LA-4A, aka Ambivalent is on the B-side. A new album is on the way.


Lowly – ‘Mornings’

A highlight from the Danish five-piece’s new album Heba on Bella Union, that crosses sustained synths, frantic drums and sweet vocals.


Girlpool – ‘123’

I’d a soft spot for Leo Tucker and Harmony Tividad’s teenage indie rock music project Girlpool and I played it on my TXFM show often during the two years of broadcasting. A new album called Powerplant is on the way on Anti Records, and the duo have finally added a drummer to their lineup. ‘123’ is on the lovely lilting end of what they do best.


Charlotte Adigéry – ‘Senegal Seduction’

An uncharacteristically laidback atmospheric release on Soulwax’s Dee Wee label from Beglian singer Charlotte Adigéry with production by Bolis Popil, who gave us the absolute jam ‘Wei’ already this year on the label.

Check the full EP here.


Alt J – ‘3WW’

As debuted this morning, Alt-J released the opening song from their third album Relaxer this morning. ‘3WW’ starts out as a quiet atmospheric English folk-song which builds into an orchestral ballad. It’s certainly a change for the band. Guest vocalist is Wolf Alice’s Ellie Rowsell. Visuals are from Playstation game LSD: Dream Emulator.

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Posted on March 6th, 2017

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Krystal Klear is joined by his father Peter Lennon, who used to be Irish pirate radio broadcaster and was last in a radio studio 33 years ago.

As well as playing some choice records like Misiu’s ‘All A Dream’, Steely Dan, and Gibson Brothers’ ‘Ooh What A Life’, father and son reminisce about his dad’s time on the radio with Gerry Ryan, explore some of his dad’s favourite records and get a dig into Declan’s former love of Slipknot.

Hat Tip to District.


Posted on September 1st, 2016



Ticket giveaways:

How to enter ticket comps – Email [email protected] with the gig above in the Subject line you’re entering for along with your full name and phone number (for late contact) in the body of the message. Full info on each show below. Draw closes at 6pm the day before the gig or Friday 1pm latest for weekend gigs.

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Wednesday July 22

  • Pecha Kucha Night: Summer @ The Sugar Club (€5)
    [Short talks] speakers get 20 slides, and 20 seconds to explain each. With music from Emmet Homebeat.
  • Boo! @ The Wiley Fox (Free)
    [new monthly night] coldwave, synthpop, darkwave…

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Sunday July 26

  • secretsundaze  @ The Pygmalion (9pm, €5/€10)
    [Party] Giles Smith James Priestly Galactic Beat Club + All Day party before in secret location?

Monday July 27

  • Give it a rest.

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Posted on July 21st, 2015


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Yukimi Little Dragon Photo from the Crack Magazine shoot by Tom Andrew

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Tuesday July 14

  • Bunny Wailer @ Button Factory (€28.50)
    [Reggae]  Irish times interview. two dates.
  • Ruby Sessions @ Doyle’s (9pm, €6)
    [Acoustic club]   Rhodes / Fiach Moriarty / Overcoats / Kurtis Wade.

Wednesday July 15


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Friday July 17



  • Longitude @ Marlay Park (€59.50 per day, €149.50 for weekend)
     Hozier, SBTRKT, Metronomy, Todd Terje, Little Dragon, Leon Bridges, Ibeyi, Young Fathers, Haelos and more 

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Saturday July 18



  • Longitude @ Marlay Park (€59.50 per day, €149.50 for weekend)
    Alt-J, Caribou, Jungle, Glass Animals,  Years & Years, Pusha T, Hudson Mohawke, Le Galaxie, Girl Band, Daphni, Toro Y Moi and more.

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Sunday July 19



  • Longitude @ Marlay Park (€59.50 per day, €149.50 for weekend)
     Chemical Brothers, James Blake, Wild Beasts, Kaytranada, Cashmere Cat, Young Wonder, EMBRZ and more.

Monday July 20

  • Give it a rest.

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Posted on July 14th, 2015


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It must have been the oncoming rush of festival season and this weekend’s Body&Soul Festival that resulted in a fresh sense of urgency about snapping up tickets as on Saturday, Electric Picnic sold out.

Opium Rooms’ 1st birthday will be celebrated with two shows from Hollywood’s Sound Nightclub resident Lauren Lane and house and disco Dublin producer Krystal Klear on Friday July 17th and Saturday July 18th. Each gig is €10 +fees from Resident Advisor and Ticketmaster.

After a triumphant main stage set at Body&Soul, Mali band Songhoy Blues have been announced for a headline gig in Whelan’s on Wednesday October 21st. Tickets €22 + fees on sale this Thursday @ 9am.

Bethany Cosetino and her band Best Coast will return to Ireland to play a show in The Academy on Saturday October 31st. Tickets €23 + fees go on sale this Wednesday at 9am from Ticketmaster.

Posted on June 22nd, 2015


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Ahead of his headline set in his hometown of Dublin at The Academy next Sunday night with a special A/V set, Dec aka Krystal Klear takes us on a tour of the favourites in his record collection.

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What song have you’ve been opening DJ sets with?

It varies from club to club so depending on the party environment i.e If I want to reset the room I would drop something like Hudson Mohawke ‘Acoustic Lady’ or Metropolis’ ‘Void’ and If I wanted to make a big entrance something like Hi Gloss ‘All Day All Night’ or Terrence Parker’s ‘Emancipation Of My Soul’.

What’s your number one disco track?

An all time favourite would be ‘Love Sensation’ by Loleatta Holloway or Clyde Alexander ‘Got To Have Your Love’.

What’s your favourite remix of the year so far?

LaFleur – ‘Arms Around’ (C2 Affected Remix).

Do you have a favourite song to wake up to?

Soul Syndicate ‘Riot’ or whatever Discogs has dropped off for me that week.

An Italo-disco tune you have a soft spot for?

Like most people I could take or leave Italo but I guess (and no marks for originality here) the instrumental of Doctor’s Cat ‘Feel The Drive’ is the one for me.

A song have you discovered/heard in a club, gig or mix recently that blew you away and why?

I reckon Joy Orb / Jackmaster deserve credit for what seems to be the ‘most discovered that has blown us away this year’ which is Batongo ‘Aquirre’ (Fango Remix) and I say that because no one I knew was playing that track up until Jack put it in his Essential mix and then suddenly we are all drawing for it EVERY set so I hate to admit it… especially with Jack BUT without a doubt when I heard him playing this out before the Essential mix I WAS DYING to know but didn’t wanna lose face until Joy told us. But in fairness, credit where credit’s due Jack has championed it.

A really good sad song?

T-Connection ‘Heaven In Your Eyes’ – all time favourite slow / sad jam.

Your first vinyl purchase and what do you remember about it?

I strangely can’t remember my first vinyl purchase truth be told so it must not have been ‘that’ special a moment but it would have been in All City and I would have been around 14 years old.. In fact I THINK I may have bought Dirt Style Records’ DJ Q-Bert’s Toasted Marshmellow Breaks purely because of the cover sleeve and I was big into graffiti at the time but I don’t think I really bought anything significant til I was like 16 when I got my MPC.

A song guaranteed to get people on the dance floor?

‘Tonight I’m Alright’ – Narada Michael Walden (Joey Negro Spirit Of ’79 Mix) always gets people up. Needs to be dropped correctly though.

A track you’ve played that cleared the floor?

Anything by Joy Orbison.

A song that’s always likely to get played when you DJ?

For a long time it was ‘Let’s Dance And Freak’ by Kerrier District but now I think my set staple would be Mike Delgado ‘Birdmans Revenge’ (Rhythm Masters Remix).

Song of the year so far?

Leon Vynehall – ‘It’s Just (House Of Dupree)’

A new artist/label are you most excited about..

There is very little I haven’t been loving from Marquis Hawkes, the guy’s production rate seems insane and all of it is great. DABJ would be a label I am ALWAYS happy to get new promos from and play out close to 90% of it.

What song did you hear this year that you wish you’d written?

Hudson Mohawke – ‘Forever One’

What’s your favourite Irish release of late?

It hasn’t been released as far as I am aware just yet but this guy OMID who I found on Sound cloud has some fucking amazing material including one track in particular I have been playing religiously called ‘Motown’. The vibe is very raw techno house stuff ala Levon Vincent or
Moodymann but his stuff really impressed me. He has release on First Second which is a great new imprint from Dublin too.

Posted on October 16th, 2014


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As announced this morning, Jungle are coming back.

Also announced today, a special Nialler9 secret gig.

Just in – Damien Rice plays Bord Gáis Energy Theatre on November 3rd as part of a world tour. The comeback is truly under way now. Tickets are on sale Friday from ticketmaster on Friday morning. Pre-sale to fans on Wednesday.

There’s a cool night taking place in the RHA Gallery on Wednesday 24 September called Blue Moon Lost Wednesday. It’s curated by Orlaith Ross of Making Space and the RHA and features experimental live music, DJs and more in the gallery. Live bands include Ships, Lets Set Sail, Maria Somerville and Margie Lewis while DJs include This Greedy Pig and Sally Cinnamon and me, Nialler9.

Alex Ridha aka Boys Noize is collaborating with Chilly Gonzales as Octave Minds but he plays a solo show at The Academy on Friday 14th November. Tickets €22.90 plus fees.

KÖLSCH, the man behind ‘Goldfisch’ is playing a DJ set at the Button Factory on Friday November 7th. Tickets €15 plus any fees. 11pm show.

Amber Run, the Nottingham band responsible for the bootiful ‘I Found’ are making their Irish debut on November 12th at Whelan’s. Tickets €15 plus fees.

Folk trio The Staves are back in Whelan’s on Thursday October 23rd. Tickets are €22 plus fees on sale this Friday. A track from their new EP was produced by Justin Vernon. They’re also in Dolan’s Limerick on the 24th.

Krystal Klear is back in Dublin for a gig on 26th October, a Bank Holiday weekend. It’s at The Academy and tickets are €19.90 plus fees.

Gruff Rhys has added a second Peppercanister gig on December 17th.

English indie/pop musician Bipolar Sunshine is returning after Longitude to play Whelans next March 26th. Tickets are €14.35 plus fees.

London-based rockers Cheatahs play their first headline show at The Workman’s Club on Wednesday, 26 November.Tickets €11.75 on sale now.

Posted on September 15th, 2014

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Longitude Festival is fast approaching this weekend in Marlay Park and while you already probably know the big draws you’re going to see whether it’s Haim, Disclosure, Ben Howard, Massive Attack, Rudimental, Hozier or Chvrches, like last year, here are my recommendations for five acts per day to see that are lesser known but equally worthy of making your festival.

There’s also a Spotify playlist of Longitude artists at the end of the post along with the site map and a timetable.

You can catch me DJing at the TXFM stage on Sunday night alongside Kelly-Anne Byrne and Claire Beck. My show on TXFM on Thursday night at 10pm will be a Longitude special too.

Friday | Saturday | Sunday | Spotify playlist & timetable


1. Lasertom


Red Bull Music Academy Stage, 3:15pm

When not rocking some sweet electronic funk with his partner in Ships, Simon Cullen delves headlong into elongated gilded space-disco. Last year’s Drift album collated his cosmic grooves into one place and live, recently at Body & Soul, Cullen had pushed the shapes of the songs into more hypnotic synth-laden structures.

2. Snakehips


Heineken Stage, 4pm

From recent collaborations with Sinead Harnett to George Maple, London production duo have shown they have the chops to make head-nodding sunshine summer jams, halfway between R&B and electronic.

3. I Am The Cosmos


Red Bull Music Academy Stage, 15.45pm

Monochrome is one of my favourite albums of the last five years and that’s reason enough to recommend the Dublin pair. Ross Turner and Cian Murphy’s moody disco is infused with the brittle beauty of warm synthesizers of the past. Live, they expand, with members Rian Trench and Glen Keating into a propulsive and sophisticated live electronic band.

4. Krystal Klear


Heineken Stage, 6.15pm

The Irish-born Manchester based DJ and producer has moved from electronic disco into deeper dancefloor weapons on his own label Cold Tonic in recent months and the sound really suits him, particularly when a tune as epic as ‘Squad’ is in his record bag. I would go for this song alone.

5. John Talabot


Heineken Stage, 7:30pm

The Catalan producer’s 2012 album fin brought him international acclaim but he’s mostly spent the last two years DJing around the world since then with the exception of a handful of live shows. Listen to his three-hour set from the Button Factory last December for an idea.

Also recommended on Friday:

Bonobo, Samaris, Parquet Courts, Shane Linehan.

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Posted on July 16th, 2014


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After his absolute whopper of a first tune ‘Squad’ on his own label, Cold Tonic, Krystal Klear returns for a second release leading with a song simply called ‘Dance 7FS’.

It’s the A-side of Tonic002, a sonic aggravator and dancefloor weapon. It’s available on vinyl pre-order now and out on April 14th. ‘Fumur Tue’ features on the b-side and can be heard until later tonight on Benji B.

Posted on March 26th, 2014


10 songs you should hear right now…

1. Girl Band – ‘Lawman’

One way to get people’s attention by providing a real gutbusting noisy palate cleanser to kick off the year which is what Dublin band Girl Band do here on a “a stomping, fuzzy six minutes of ballsy post-punk rock noise.”

2. A$AP NAST feat. Method Man – ‘Trillmatic’

A$AP Mob once again proving they are pretty good at this good track malarkey by taking rap back to the old school. 20 years ago, Nas’ seminal Illmatic album was released and ‘Trillmatic’ embodies the spirit of New York rap of that era. Not only does the song have Method Man but A$AP Nast totally sounds like Raekwon on this one. Nice touches on the ’90s references in the video including BRICK PHONE.

3. Krystal Klear – ‘SQUAD’ –

Krystal Klear returns in a harder guise with ‘SQUAD’, the first release on his own label Cold Tonic and a big synth room shaker. This is BIG. Out on February 3rd.

4. Kaleida – ‘Tropea’

Another track that got lost in the December throwback, Vocalist Christina Wood and producer Cicely Goulder make up London duo who have a debut EP coming out soon. ‘Tropea’ is an elegant electronic track that vocally recalls, Polica. Check out their other track ‘Think’.

5. Broods – ‘Never Gonna Change’

A New Zealand brother/sister duo to add to the grown up electronic pop pile, except this one was produced by Lorde producer and co-writer Joel Little.

6. Mansionair – ‘Hold Me Down’ featuring Reverie

Lachlan Bostock and Alex Nicholls are Mansionair, a pretty new production duo from Sydney and this is their first track. Featuring indie-rock band Revier , the song has a similar slow-burning atmosphere to London Grammar. The track unfolds in a space between subtle electronic techniques and full-band dynamics.

7. St. Vincent – ‘Digital Witness’

You can hear the influence of Annie Clark’s recent collaborative album with David Byrne on this new track ‘Digital Witness’ from the new self-titled St. Vincent album specifically in the use of that album’s slurpy brass but also in the song’s more coasting rhythmical time. The lyrics reflect a society that increasingly documenting its every movement willingly via social media via lines like “If I can’t show it / If you can’t see me / What’s the point of doing anything?”. I wouldn’t know what that feels like…

8. Thomas Barfod – ‘Pulsing’ feat. Nina K

Danish bald man Tomas Barfod has signed to Secretly Canadian and will release a second album later this year. Lead single ‘Pulsing’ is out February 14th (aww) and is as the title suggests, a pulsing electronic pop number with Nina Kinert on some sweet vocals. AMAZING FACT: THOMAS BARFOD’S ALBUM WILL FEATURE CHARLES OF CHARLES & EDDIE FAME.

9. FKA Twigs – ‘Water Me’ DJ DJ Booth remix

DJ DJ Booth, a producer who has collaborated with Slugabed and whose recent EP was called Todd Edwards Falling Down the Stairs also does a fine line in edits and remixes and he’s reworked EP2 track ‘Water Me‘ into something that could possibly be played by DJs.

10. Chromeo – ‘Come Alive’ (feat. Toro y Moi)’

Chaz Bundick aka Toro Y Moi joins the Canadian boys on the vocals for ‘Come Alive’, an ’80s electro jam true to the duo’s style and from their forthcoming White Women album. Apparently if you Shazam this track, you’ll get a free download of the Salva remix.

Tracks of the Week playlist

Posted on January 10th, 2014

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A new track from Manchester-based Irish producer Krystal Klear fresh from his slot at Longitude this past weekend. He’s collaborated with Jenna G before on ‘More Attention’ but ‘Addiction’, which gets a release on September 1st through Rinse, goes straight in for a more disco vibe. The video features a commuting girl daydreaming she’s in a dance troupe while listening to the track.

Posted on July 25th, 2013


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Longitude Festival’s lineup is pretty close in taste to the music featured regularly on this blog so with that in mind, here’s five of my must-see recommendations per day for the Marlay Park festival. There’s also a Spotify playlist of Longitude artists at the end of the post along with the site map and time table.

See you at my Longitude DJ set at 3:30pm on Sunday at the Red Bull Music Academy stage and later on that night at the Afterparty in The Academy. Check out the stage times for the weekend.

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Posted on July 17th, 2013

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