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Gig this Friday: The best of new Irish music

Gig this Friday: The best of new Irish music

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This Friday, a gig featuring some of the best new Irish bands in Voodoo Lounge from 8 till the cows come home. A great line-up. €10 or €15 with a copy of the SEBP album. I’ll be doing visuals as always. See ya there! Bios and mp3s below.

Super Extra Bonus Party

Dance ’til you drop electro/indie/rock/hop merchants with one of the best Irish albums this year.

Super Extra Bonus Party – Everything Flows

[audio:http://www.superextrabonusparty.com/mp3/Super_Extra_Bonus_Party_-_Everything_Flows.mp3]

Adebisi Shank

Think At The Drive-In having a Boost-fuelled dance off with Battles. Released probably the best Irish EP this year.

Adebisi Shank – Horse

[audio:https://nialler9.com/mp3/adebisi_shank_-_horse.mp3]

Nouveau Noise

Organic electronica a la Four Tet interspersed with tin pan grooves and African beats. Made one of the tunes of the year in “Cinnte”.

Nouveau Noise – Cinnte

[audio:https://nialler9.com/mp3/Nouveau Noise_-_Cinnte.mp3]

Prince Kong

Breakcore nightmares from the dark prince. Look out for a split release with Aaron Spectre on !Kaboogie Records soon.

Prince Kong – Notriaen

[audio:https://nialler9.com/mp3/prince_kong_-_notriaen.mp3]

LPX

Cutting shock-electro from one man and his machine. Get his “Experiments in Dub and HiFi” mix over @ Alphabet Set.

LPX – Missing Dogs Heads Unite

[audio:https://nialler9.com/mp3/lpx_-_missing_dogs_head_unite.mp3]


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