Linkage and roundup time!
- I’ll be playing some tunes at Bring The Toys on Thursday along with Gav Feeney (Hot Press), Jon Averill (Shock), Skinny Wolves DJs and maybe more. I’ll be playing “ROCK” and “PARTY” tunes. The idea is simple – bring a toy to the event (unwrapped, new and non furry) to gain entry. All toys received go towards Crumlins Children’s Hospital . People can donate €10 on the door too if they don’t get a chance to buy a toy. The theme for this party as organised by Bodytonic and Thumped is Rockers v Ravers. Free passes available for Buraka Som Sistema later that night too.
- Flying Lotus did a BBC Essential Mix. Mad Decent has the MP3. It’s ace.
- Open Music is a new open source music label from the guys that brought you Netlab. Artists on the roster include The Last Sound & SteveD.
- School of Seven Bells appeared on The Interface.
- MP3Hugger has released a Christmas album entitled An Indiecater Christmas with 17 festive songs from the likes of Jape, Nina Hynes and more. Listen to Nina Hynes’ contribution. Then go buy the comp.
- TV3 take over Channel 6 and axe Night Shift.
- Benga plays Crawdaddy in February.
- The Dublin Simon Community are putting on a gig on December 21st with a nice line-up of The Guggenheim Grotto, Heathers, The Mighty Stef and Paddy Casey. More info @ The Longest Night.
- N.A.S.A – the guest star project to end all guest star projects have premiered their first video for ‘Money’ which features David Byrne, Chuck D, Ras Congo, Seu Jorge, and Z-Trip. It’s alright