A day after publicly announcing their festival’s support for the Yes vote, Longitude have added 33 acts and the Red Bull Woodlands Line Up to the sold out festival in Marlay Park in Dublin from July 13th to 15th.

They are:

  • Sigrid
  • Playboi Carti
  • Alma
  • Rejjie Snow
  • Iamddb
  • Jesse James Solomon
  • Durand Jones & The Indications
  • Kojaque
  • Mango X Mathman
  • Le Boom
  • Soulé
  • Erica Cody
  • Day_S
  • Tebi Rex
  • Laoise
  • Jyellowl
  • Jafaris
  • Flynn
  • Sequence

Red Bull Music Stage

Friday, 13th July:
Stevie G, Krystal Klear, Eve, Cailin, Sarah Mooney

Saturday, 14th July:
Boots & Kats, Dj Deece, Jack Thompson, Long Island Sound, Staxx Lyrical

Sunday, 15th July:
Solardo, Ghostboy, Kettama, Ciara Brady, Justyna Koss

Sunday tickets are now on sale too at €69.50 
plus fees.

Day by dat Breakdown

Friday 13th July:

J. Cole
Migos
Post Malone
Khalid
Joey Badass
6Lack
Alma
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
Princess Nokia
Bas
Jafaris
Day_S
Laoise
Flynn
Jyellowl
Stevie G
Krystal Klear
Eve
Cailin
Sarah Mooney

Saturday 14th July:
Travis Scott
Diplo
Tyer, The Creator
Giggs
Sigrid
Lil Pump
Rejjie Snow
Playboi Carti
Big Shaq
Mabel
Kojaque
Soulé
Jesse James Solomon
Mango X Mathman
Sequence
Erica Cody
Dj Deece
Boots & Kats
Jack Thompson
Long Island Sound
Staxx Lyrical

Sunday 15th July:

Solange
SZA
Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals
Sampha
J Hus
The Internet
Kali Uchis
Ibeyi
Jacob Banks
Iamddb
Belly
Naaz
Durand Jones & The Indications
Le Boom
Lilla Vargen
Sorcha Richardson
Solardo
Ghostboy
Kettama
Ciara Brady
Justyna Koss

Posted on May 18th, 2018

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District Magazine launched a collaboration album with all proceeds going to Pieta House.

The album, released on District Recordings label is a compilation of unreleased material from 20 Irish hip-hop artists including JYellowL, This Side Up, Wastefellow, Neomadic, Rebel Phoenix, Mathman and many more.

The album is available for purchase on District Magazine’s Bandcamp for €9.90 and a vinyl release is promised, along with a big party.

Posted on January 11th, 2018

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Saturday

1.

Death In Vegas

Saturday, Warehouse Stage, 6pm

It’s not quite clear what a Death In Vegas live show will be in 2017 as it’s been 5 years since Richard Fearless has played a live set that we can verify what was played. Recent years have seen the project head down a more esoteric electronic direction with last year’s Transmission album feeling like the work of a producer in a bunker underground. There was always a dystopian outlook to the music but now it’s less countered by euphoria. Airing of any of the first 3 albums from the unfortunately named project would be welcome but unexpected. Fearless will also be participating in the RBAM talks at 3.15pm on Sunday and DJing an after-party set at Wah Wah Club on South William Street on Saturday night.


2.

Mango and Mathman

Satuday, Industries Hall, 8:45pm

Northside Dublin MC Mango Dassle is a former member of The Animators collective and he’s really stepped up his profile this year with superb live shows at Electric Picnic with producer Mathman, where the pair displayed an Irish grime sound that felt like its own thing as opposed to a satelite of the UK scene.


3.

Bingo Loco

Saturday & Sunday, Industries Hall, 9:30pm

If you’re looking for something a bit more interactive this weekend head to Bingo Loco, Ireland’s only “Bingo Rave”. It’s pretty self-explanatory: bingo, rave, dildos as prizes, chugging beer, karaoke battles and classic tunes. It follows Sing Along Social’s singing pop battle party on the same stage on Sunday.


4.

Peggy Gou

Sunday 5:30pm, Red Bull Music Academy Stage

It’s always good to see a female DJ smash it at a festival as the sight is still rare. If Peggy Gou’s stellar performance at this years Dekmantel Festival is anything to go by then this should be an hour and a half set to feed all of your dancefloor needs.


5.

Bonzai

Sunday, Main Stage, 7:40pm

Dublin born-UK based Bonzai has developed her own soulful-electronic sound at the age of only 20. An energetic set from this lady is to be expected.Her latest song is the poppier vibe of ‘Feel Alright’.


6.

Mount Kimbie

Sunday, Warehouse Stage, 6:00pm

Dominic Maker and Kai Campos give off waves of rhythm on their third Mount Kimbie album What Love Survives this year, exploring a more 80’s inspired electronic, post-punk sound, they return after last year’s in-between album set and this time, the songs are out in the ether.


7.

Jeremy Underground

Sunday, Warehouse Stage, 7:15pm

French native Jeremy Underground is known for delivering a well varied set, expect everything from soul, house, techno, funk, and jazz. I just hope his hotel room is up to scratch.


Posted on October 27th, 2017

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