Since we chatted to Louise McSharry for the podcast last April about the Indie Sleaze phenomenon, that has had a moment of late, a term coined to describe a nostalgic trend of post-Y2K era of culture and aesthetics of indie music and parties that crossed cities and continents that also encompassed indie-rock, blog house, nu-rave, electro-clash and the alternative party scenes.
With the recent release of Meet Me In The Bathroom (hear my chat with No Encore’s Dave Hanratty here on this week’s podcast about the film), I thought it was about time we put on a party celebrating the music of the era.
So on Good Friday April 7th, join DJs Nialler9 & Alex Donald @ Workman’s Cellar, Dublin for an Indie Sleaze party club night featuring all the indie sleaze-era music you loved from the early 2000s.
We are talking music from Meet Me In The Bathroom rock and indie stalwarts like The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV On The Radio, LCD Soundsystem, The Rapture and Interpol; nostalgic indie, nu-rave and electro-clash from Klaxons, CSS, Peaches, The Gossip, Death From Above 1979, New Young Pony Club, Hot Chip, M.I.A, Vampire Weekend, Friendly Fires, Uffie, MGMT, Cut Copy along with bloghouse-era remixes from MSTRKRFT, Justice, A-Trak, Braxe & Falke, SebastiAn and more.
So have a big Good Friday dance (and then give yourself a few days to recover because you’re not 20 anymore?)
Tickets from €9.50 plus fees from Eventbrite.
Here’s a Spotify Playlist of what to expect.
Refund policy – Refunds will be available up to a day in advance of event if you are unwell and unable to attend.