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The Lumo Club DJs pick their current favourite tracks

The Lumo Club DJs pick their current favourite tracks


Our club night Lumo Club is back earlier than usual this month on Friday night in Yamamori Tengu. We’ve got the best damn edit label in Ireland Orange Tree Edits taking over upstairs with Afro and disco from Jimmy Rouge, R.Kitt and Eddy, while Lumo residents myself, Simon Roche and Gavin Elsted hold it downstairs.

Here are our residents’ favourite tracks of the month, 2 highlighted below each and 18 in total on a Spotify Lumo Club chart. Here’s a taste of what we’ll be playing this month

This month’s Lumo Club chart.

Golden Teacher – Spiritron

To the uninitiated, acid duo and punk/funk band collide to maximum effect with live drums adding fluidity to the groove. To the lazy, the closest thing Scotland has to the glitter-ball hedonism of Chk Chk Chk. Total killer. (Gavin)

JT – Party Girl (JT Edit)

From an early edition of the excellent Hivern Edits series, John Talabot trims the fat and flexes his minimalism muscles on this dancefloor-friendly low-slung electro track from Terrence Tee. (Gavin)

Michael McDonald – Sweet Freedom

A voice reminiscent of RTE 1 daytime radio music in the ’80s, and the commodore of yacht rock, McDonald just rises to the top as the longevity of his other bands – Steely Dan for one – keeps extending. All this funky, brass-peppered track needed was 31 years to age beautifully. (Simon)

Ray Mang – Look Into My Eyes

One of the first tracks played at Lumo, this Balearic nugget from dj/producer/remixer Raj Gupta was a standout from a week of working through the night on a project while listening to nothing but future disco compilations. Appropriate as a sundowner or sunriser. (Simon)

Avalon Emerson – One More Fluorescent Rush

A rush of synth arpeggios to the head from Emerson’s latest release on the Whities label. (Niall)

Fort Romeau – Emu

I can’t get enough of this new tune as you’ll hear from Lumo’s recording last month. Fort Romeau’s output is a constant at Lumo and we absolutely hammered his Peter Gabriel edits in our first year. (Niall)


10:30pm – 3am.
Tengu @ Yamamori Sushi, 38/39 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1
Tickets from €5+fees in advance

Not been to a Lumo yet?

Expect everything from Arthur Russell to Abba, LCD Soundsystem to La Bionda, Phil Collins to Caribou, Grimes to George Michael, Robert Hood to Mood Hut, Kate Bush to Kraftwerk, Beastie Boys to Bruce Springsteen, Four Tet to Fleetwood Mac, Robyn to Ryan Paris, Steely Dan to Soulwax, ZZ Top to Zapp & Roger. Here’s our “getting-to-know-us” playlist.

Early birds are €5/€7 or its €10 on the door and can be got from Eventbrite useful for birthdays and big groups.

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