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Mall Grab for Irish club tour

Mall Grab for Irish club tour


Mall Grab has been announced for four dates around Ireland before the end of the year.

Australian electronic producer Mall Grab has headlined stages at Forbidden Fruit, Life Festival, AVA & Emerge in Belfast in recent years, and this new Irish tour is due to take place with Mall Grab’s label Steel City Dance Discs touring Ireland for the first time, withdifferent guests from the label each night.

Sun, Oct 29 | Centre Point – Dublin
Mon, Oct 30 | Cyprus Avenue – Cork
Tue, Oct 31 | Dolans Warehouse – Limerick
Wed, Nov 1 | Roisin Dubh – Galway

Tickets for the tour are on sale now, Tuesday, 5th of September via Dice.FM & Resident Advisor.

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This is one of the first shows announced for Centre Point in Dublin’s upcoming series and the promoters also teased a new custom built DJ booth and new visual production will be in place.

About Mall Grab

Jordon Alexander, aka Mall Grab, does not do halves. Operating at a dangerously high frequency, the Australian’s rise from an exciting newcomer to a dominant force over the last six years has been impossible to ignore. With an endless arsenal of club weapons, Jordon’s palate has now evolved to a more mature sound, which he channels through his Looking For Trouble record label and (consistently sold-out) parties. Never one to hit pause, Jordon keeps his world spinning as the axis of Steel City Dance Discs, a label family that transcends genres and blows away ticket holders. While guilty of some of Rinse FM’s highest play counts over the past two years, it’s the live arena in which Mall Grab does the realest damage. Current artillery favours predominantly unreleased Mall Grab original productions, with no two sets alike, but a single constant motif: Raw energy.

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