Tuesday, December 13, 2011

DROP-D present WE COME IN PIECES single Launch

Our next live broadcast is for the lovely gentle folk over at the massive DROP-D.ie who are hosting the the single launch for WE COME IN PIECES... broadcast start at 9pm wednesday all over the web including right here, on Drop-D's homepage, all over facebook & twitter too...

Limerick's finest and hardest-working math-punk trio We Come in Pieces are blazing a trail around Ireland before the release of their upcoming single "Sexy Rouge"!

As part of fund-raising for their upcoming album's release, as well as Irish, UK and US tours in 2012, Drop-d.ie is putting the lads on for a special gig in An Realt Dearg, Barrack Street on the 14th of December, with weirdo pop troupe Saint Yorda in tow.

Times are tough and around Christmastime sees everyone's pockets stretched, so we've declined to charge a set fee in, but as it's a fundraiser, you can pay what you want in (and every little helps) and all proceeds go to the WCIP tour fund!



WCIP are Shane Harrington (Guitar), Kieran Hayes (Vocals/Drums) and Kieran Sims (Bass/Vocals). They play loud music and have beards.

Formed in January 2010, they started gigging three days after their first practice, recorded their debut album three weeks later and took to every corner of the country to hone their energetic, high flying live show. They have played with the likes of Frank Turner, Tubelord, Throats, Maybeshewill and many other bands that they like to associate themselves with.

‘Before The Chains’ is a 32 minute long album that was produced for €600. The album deals with major sociological issues such as Die Hard, the shark from Jaws, blood and the effects of gangland crime on a modern urban landscape. It was released in late 2010 to absolutely no acclaim, by no record label, to a very limited amount of friends and family who pretend to care.


Minimal pop-surf-reverb doings from Cork City. Recent gigs with Alright the Captain, Narwhals and more have backed up a superb EP, "Some Songs We Did With Cathal" released on Bandcamp to cult acclaim in Cork and online.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Sunday Shoutin' at SUAS Rooftop bar.....

Our new baby seems to be growing by the week...
Rounding off your weekend with the IN OUR HONEST OPINION residents supplying the vibes now on the newly re-vamped SUAS Roof Top bar in the hEart of Cork City....

expect the noize to be of the nu-disco, funk, soul & house variety with a few cheeky homemade edit thrown in for good measure.... and the odd guest popping in to spin a few from time to time!


Daz & Martin - Get Down Aug-Sept 2011 Mix

Some of our fav Irish DJs serve up yet another quality selection for you listening pleasure....

Daz & Martin - Get Down Aug-Sept 2011 Mix by DarrenDazDalton

1 - DJ Butcher - Shake Your Body
2 - Disco Tech - Get Lifted
3 - 78 Edits - One Way
4 - Ramboiage - Pretty Baby
5 - Hotbox - Slow Low
6 - Blunted Funk Project - Twink Twice
7 - Nicholas - Where Ive Been
8 - The Legendary 1979 Orchestra - Tropical (Matthew Kyle Remix)
9 - Thelma H - You Used To Hold Me So Tight (Deep & Disco)
10 - Fernando - Non Stop
11 - Neighbour - Think Tank (Tad Willy Mix)
12 - Forget Me Vox (Out Of Sticks Edit)

Friday, August 12, 2011

In Our Honest Opinion live one SUAS t.v every friday night

In Our Honest Opinion launch SUAS t.v. tonight from 9.30 where we will be broadcasting the wonderfully eclectic weekend sights & body movin' sounds from Cork City's freshest & best intimate venues, Suas Rooftop Bar

if you are not there in person make sure to tune in.....

Live video by Ustream

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Nicolas Jaar - Nico’s Bluewave Edits

Finally some of Nicolas Jaar's excellent edits surface on this Wolf & Lamb offshoot. These have been circulating for a while but they are so good that its about time they were released on a tangible, permanent format! Limited as always. Nico takes on Missy Elliott's "Work It" slowing down the vocal so it sounds like a male cover version and adding some eerie chords & congas for a radical re-take. The Blow's "Hey Boy" track is next to be Jaar-ed but the real gem for me is the radical version of Mike & The Censations "Theres Nothing I Can Do" , a delicious soulful number! Nico can restore your faith in re-edits!!!!

01. Work It
02. Hey Boy
03. What My Last Girl Put Me Through


Various – Hot Natured Re Rubs Vol. 4

After a short hiatus, the highly sought after Hot Natured Re Rubs Series is back. Forth in the series features four great re-edit’s by Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, Miguel Campbell and Richy Ahmed & S.A.S.

Richy and SAS open the proceedings with a dirty ass slice of downtown funk and street hip hop, Lee Foss (Modern Amusement) slows the pace down and get’s stuck in to a sick 80’s jam. On the flip and Jamie Jones delivers a perfect disco summer groove, whilst Miguel Campbell delivers another 80’s inspired killer! It’s gonna be one hot summer at Hot Natured Mansions…

A1. Richy Ahmed & S.A.S – Pick Up The Pace
A2. Modern Amusement (Lee Foss) – Use To
B1. Electric Jones (Jamie Jones) – Michael’s Hotel
B2. Miguel Campbell – Active Touch


Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Sunday Shoutin' @ Suas Rooftop bar

Rounding off your weekend with the IN OUR HONEST OPINION residents supplying different flavoured sounds from thursday to Sunday now on the newly re-vamped SUAS Roof Top bar....

expect the Sunday sounds to be of the nu-disco, funk, soul & house variety with a few cheeky homemade edit thrown in for good measure.... and the odd guest popping in to spin a few from time to time!

Giorgio Moroder & Martin Brodin - The Chase (2011)

After killing it on their tribute to Newcleus, MB Disco set their sights on electronic disco godfather and 'stache master Giorgio Moroder! Moroder's classic track for "The Chase" gets the 2011 revamp here from label head Martin Brodin with pumped up drums, effects and breakdowns that'll fully work on the floor. Thankfully the memorable melody isn't messed with, the rework(1) is pretty true to the OG, just with a new disco facelift. Also includes the dub mix(2). Recommended.

Download Here

Sunday, July 3, 2011


Make sure you listen to the gods that are 2manydjs Radio Soulwax shows they’ve been making each night in the basement of the Sydney Opera House.

Three episodes, two brothers, one crazy musical adventure.

Radio Soulwax - Episode 1: Fasten Your Seatbelts
“Radio Soulwax unleash their first mind-warping set.”

Radio Soulwax - Episode 2: Italo Disco
“Radio Soulwax coming to you live from the Opera House – and hey, opera is Italian after all. So today’s theme is Italian music, with guests including Daniele Baldelli, Horse Meat Disco, and your requests in another 10-minute challenge. Listen up!”

Radio Soulwax - Episode 3: Nouveau Sounds
“It’s all about fresh tunes this time, so Radio Soulwax is playing you all the new stuff they like and reckon you should check out too. Catch it all here.”

as an added bonus check out their 24hour streaming station

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Aeroplane June 2011 Mix

ya.....we do love Aeroplane over here at IOHO


1. Tricksky - Beginning
2. Juan Soto - ISS 2015
3. Out of City - Galactica
4. Human League - Sky ( Plastic Plates Remix )
5. Moon Runner - Cultural Track One
6. Mario Basonov _ Lonely Days
7. Penguin Prison - Fair Warning ( Goldroom Dub )
8. Nonoman - Phase 2 Edit
9. Djuma Soundsystem & diskJoKKe
10. The Supermen Lovers - Keep the Funk Alive ( Cytizen Remix )

Aeroplane June 2011 Mix by Aeroplane (Official)


Sunday, June 12, 2011

Aeroplane – My Enemy

The long awaited new single taken from Aeroplane's debut album We Can't Fly. "My Enemy" is definitely the most dancefloor orientated track on there, but nevertheless we included a blinder of a remix package for you!

1. Aeroplane - My Enemy
2. Aeroplane - My Enemy (Rex The Dog Remix)
3. Aeroplane - My Enemy (Green Velvet 'Love My Enemy' Remix)

download here

Saturday, June 11, 2011

The Clandestine Tapes Vol 1

GENERIC PEOPLE make public the first in a new series of unconventional mixes commissioned by high ranking officials working deep within NATO in an attempt to bring a halt to the impending N.W.O. hostile global take over

Ursula Rucker - Seven
6th Borough Project - Do It To The Max
Toots & The Maytals - Funky Kingston (Musica Hermosa Edit)
Psychemagik - Whoopin' the Booze
Duke Dumont - Hypnosis
Para One & Tactee - Infinite Riser
Mypairofshoes - If You really want It (Cosmic Boogie mix)
Casino times - That's the Truth
Generic People - Last Night a DJ saved my Life
Kylie Minogue - Slow (Chemical Brothers mix)
Serge Gainsbourg - Bonnie & Clyde (Herbert mix)
Dirty - Ride (Maximillion Dunbar mix)
When Sains go Machine - Fail Forever (Nicolas Jaar mix)
Todd Tejere - Snooze 4 Love


Todd Terje - An Anthology Weighed & Measured

Our favourite Norwegian Space Cadet bangs up all his classic cuts on one tasty little compilation.... a perfect starting piont for those of you who have not yet been taken under his spell!!

1. Todd Terje – I Get Lifted
2. Todd Terje – Aquarius
3. Todd Terje – Utopia
4. Todd Terje – Boogie
5. Todd Terje – New Morning
6. Todd Terje – Home Computer
7. Todd Terje – Life Is A Jungle
8. Todd Terje – Margeritha
9. Todd Terje – Let Love Enter
10. Todd Terje – Your My Heart Your My Soul
11. Todd Terje – Mishaps And Happenings
12. Todd Terje – Love Is A Drug

1. Todd Terje – Microwave Boogie
2. Todd Terje – Dance And Chant
3. Todd Terje – All I Do
4. Todd Terje – My Lady
5. Todd Terje – I I I
6. Todd Terje – Machumba Machumba
7. Todd Terje – Land Of Hunger
8. Todd Terje – Diamonds Dub
9. Todd Terje – Roboterotikk
10. Todd Terje – Willowman
11. Todd Terje – Dschungel Liebe
12. Gyptian – Hold You (Major Lazer Remix)

Todd Terje - An Anthology Weighed & Measured

Phreek Plus One - Phreek Party

Phreek Plus One are Italy’s most kept secret luminaries in the world of disco. They don’t play at Berlusconi’s secret VIP partys, but they like the Bunga Bunga funk. All in here. Well, they are also associated with jazz, in fact they are jazz connoisseurs and rare record collectors, and approved selectors, as a matter of course top Italien mix DJs. Well, they are musicians, too, but never played the dodgy Italian Acid Jazz, while they were looking for the real cool good Baia Degli Angeli vibe, in fact they are at least inspired by Garage House, soulful 70ties and 80ties disco, Cosmic, Funk, Soul and Jazz.

Their previous released four EPs on Compost Black Label gained really cult status, while some tunes (for example like „Bikini“) caused a fuss on the underground disco circuit and their 12“ are still in demand, heavily played by Harvey, Gerd Janson, Pete Herbert, Tim Sweeney, Chateau Flight, Deetron, Tensnake, Holy Ghost, Sleazy McQueen, Anthony Mansfield, Permanent Vacation, Munk, Pete Tong, Ray Mang, Maurice Fulton and many many others (some selected quotes see below)
So you’ll find here their long awaited debut album „Phreek Party“ full of diced and spiced up boogie, funk house burners, pumping or slick groovin floor fillers, yes soulful disco-fied music, some with sheer blissful vocal contributions by Mr. White, Ovasoul7, Nasreen Shah or the legendary Antena.
Phreek Plus One are: Ivan Savoldi, Alessandro Cattenati, Giovanni Guerretti from Brescia. The project was founded by Ivan Savoldi (Ivan N.) and Alessandro Cattenati for their great love of Disco and funky music, while after some time a new component arrived in PP+1 : Giovanni Guerretti. Ivan Savoldi, better known in the clubland as Ivan N. DJ, producer and remixer, and resident DJ in two of the most important Italian house clubs: the “Fluid Club (Bg) and Amnesia Club (Mi)” ; furthermore and nowadays he is playing DJ sets in the most important clubs all over Italy and around the world. Alessandro Cattenatti, sounddesigner, he’s a great connoisseur and collector of Jazz, Funk, Disco and Brazilian music as well as Giovanni Guerretti, the musician, plays the keys from old Jazz to Nu-Jazz. Gio is Disco and Funk in one person. You can hook them up for a serious quality set of disco, jazzy disco, deep garage house tunes, cosmic and freak party tunes.

Phreek Plus One - Phreek Party

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Big Daddy Can - Tony Manero Is My Sugar Daddy

new banging disco house tune that has been causing quiet a stir over the last few weeks from IOHO resident Big Daddy Can.
Inspired by Saturday Night Fever. and the weekend presription tfor that fever ;-)
This dancefloor weapon is a little taster from his forth comming EP!
be sure to watch this space for more info....

Harry Live @ Monotonic, Cork

Monotonic's head honcho delivers a live recording of his amzing set from the crew's recent relaunch night in Cork City!
take a trip over to www.facebook.com/MonoTonik.Cork to keep upto date will all their latest mixes and parties!

Harry @ Monotonik,Liquid Lounge 29-4-11 by Harry.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

GENERIC PEOPLE live @ In our Honest Opinion

Recorded LIVE at the mighty In Our Honest Opinion night in Cork City in on April 30th 2010.....

The Joubert Singers - Stand On The World
Astrud Gilberto - Black Magic (Tangoterje edit)
Jay Shepeard - Absolute Voltage
Stevie Wonder - Superstition (Todd Terje mix /Generic People Edit)
Lou Reed - Walk on The Wildside (Holtoug bootleg)
Eli Escobar - Oslo
Kill - C.O.M.B.I.
Soul ii Soul - Back to Life (Rules remix)
Pheonix - Listomania (Classixx mix)
Friendly Fires - Paris (Aeroplane mix)
Bangles - Walk like an Egyptian (re-edit)
Avec Plaisir - Oasis Dub (Jacques Bonhomme edit)
Chaka Khan - Fate
Mr Scruff - Get on Down
Bottin - Disco for the Devil (in Flagranti mix)
De La Soul - Say No Go (New Keys edit/ Generic People Edit)
Disco Deviance - Give Me the Sunshine (Social Disco Club edit)
M - Pop Muzik (Todd Terje remix)
Dj Apt 1 x Josh Wink - Higher States of moom (Generic People Edit)
Florence & the Machine - Rabbit Heart (Leo Zero mix)
Jan Turkenburg - In my Spaceship
Gladys Knight & the Pips - Heard it thro Grapevine (Sympathy mix)
Lullabies in The Dark - Song for Marie & Elise (Aeroplane mix)
Ali Love - Smoke & Mirrors
Mr Scruff - Get a Move on (Generic People edit)
St Germain - Rouse Rouge (Blaze mix / Generic People edit)
The XX - YGTL (Rennaisance Man mix)
In Flagranti - Brash & Vulgar
Amereica - Horse With no Name (edit)
Hanayo - Joe Le Taxi
MGMT - time To Pretend (High Contrast mix)
Cammile Yarborough _ Take Yo Praise
Senor Coconut - Around the World
Sammy Davis Jr - Mr Bojangles
Fernando Porto - So Tinha Que Ser Com Voce [DJ Marky Mix]

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Big Daddy Can - Old Chicago Town

IOHO resident jockey of discs BIG DADDY CAN comes correct Kickin gangster lean with some fly disco-house for you jive turkeys

Thursday, March 31, 2011

110th Street (Cian Ó Cíobháin & Cyril Briscoe) return to Cork City

110th Street is a bona fide Irish clubbing institution, that has raved its way through many venues and cities, since its inception in Galway, one starry night in November 1998. Run by Cian Ó Cíobháin (of An Taobh Tuathail, RnaG) and producer Cyril Briscoe (Dextris/ Ah! Kimono), the club has built up a stellar reputation as the Saturday night soundtrack of choice for different generations of clubbers and music lovers.

Originally conceived as a funk/soul/disco shindig in Galway's Town Hall venue, 110th Street has shapeshifted - sometimes quite dramatically - as musical passions have evolved through the years. There was the electroclash period from 2002-5, when the club introduced future stadium acts Erol Alkan, Soulwax and The Glimmers to Irish clubbers. There was the Berlin-inspired 'minimal' era from 2006-7, with the emphasis on hypnotic rhythms and bleeps. Indeed, there was even a brief period from 2007-8, when the DJs (who often played and produced under the SiSi moniker) spent some time on sabbatical, where it was reputed that they were spending their time stocking their wine cellars.

Cyril & Cian currently host occasional parties at Monroe's in Galway's vibrant westend, where - much like Glasgow's infamous Optimo nights - house, techno & disco records are merged together in the name of all things exultant and perspiring. Though 110th Street tends to be associated with its Galway heartland, the club has previously held residencies in Dublin (Red Box) and Cork (Redz and City Limits). This is Cyril & Cian's first joint party in Cork in donkey's years.

€10 tickets from PlugD records, the Old Oak or online at www.CyprusAvenue.ie and www.tickets.ie

Check out their An Taobh Tuathail Vol IV below....

DOWNLOAD An Taobh Tuathail vol 4

Friday, March 25, 2011

Sir Norman Jay MBE on his way to play....

He is arguably one of the finest and most respected deejays in the world today

From the warehouse rave-ups of the ‘80s to becoming a Member of the Order of the British Empire in 2002, Norman Jay has had one hell of a ride so far - most of it taken on his fleet of beloved Chopper bikes.
The kaleidoscopic range of music he loves and plays has always set him out as an eclectic DJ, but the cornerstone of the groove always joins the dots. Whether he’s deftly spinning a rare soul joint into a deep house number, or moving through heavy reggae into head-nod hip-hop, Norman always keeps the crowd moving.
For proof, ask anyone who has got seriously down to his Good Times Sound System at The Notting Hill Carnival.

On Saturday 15th June 2002, Norman was officially cited in the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Birthday Honours List with the recommendation that he be appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire, an MBE no less, awarded on merit for "deejaying and services to music". On Tuesday 12th November 2002, Norman was officially invited to attend a royal investiture at Buckingham Palace, London where he was duly invested and presented with the highly coveted MBE medal by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II herself. It is indeed the highest civilian honour yet conferred on anyone from the relatively new field of post modern UK club culture and black music - a fitting tribute in recognition of his many outstanding musical achievements and invaluable contributions to the world of popular dance music in a career spanning well over two decades.

Latest tracks by NormanJayMBE

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Arveene & Misk - Did someone mention a PARTY???


Straight from the cities of Dublin and London are two producer/DJs who over the past two years have taken the underground by storm: Arveene & Misk. As remixers, their credits read like a whoÕs who in electronic dance music, including the likes of
Mr. Oizo, The Prodigy, Calvin Harris, Felix the Housecat, Zombie Nation, Kitsune, Ed Banger, Bang Gang, and Turbo. The same could be said about their supporters, among them being Fake Blood, Annie Mac, Tiga, Busy P, DJ Mehdi, Brodinski, Boy 8-bit, Burns, Sinden, Jaymo & Andy George, and of course Erol Alkan who has backed Arveene & MiSK since day one. Since the release of their massive ÒHellÕs Bells,Ó the duo has been on a music production mission. Their second release, which dropped on highly respected Aussie dance label Bang Gang, was the beautifully twisted piece of electro ÒEavesdropper.Ó

Since then, Arveene & MiSK, in between live performances, have been living in the studio working on their debut album which promises to be a genre-busting collection of dance floor heat that showcases the wide breadth of their musical tastes, their skill as machine manipulators and their ever-growing sophistication as song writers.

€10 tickets from PlugD records, the Old Oak or online at www.CyprusAvenue.ie and www.tickets.ie

Saturday, March 12, 2011

FRESH BLOOD - Patrick Weblin

We recently sat down and had a chat with up & comming Dj Patrick Weblin prior to him featuring at the first installment of FRESH BLOOD in Cyprus Avenue on sat 19th March.

we asked him what makes him tic and how he got into the game...here is what he had to say...

"...my love for music started off with listening to acts like the prodigy and chemical brothers,
but soon expanded into different genres, including house,trance,drum n bass, but especially techno, anything that could get me moving really.
one dj in picticular made me wanna be a dj and its the man himself carl cox, i just love his talents on the decks, he is with out a doubt the very best dj in the world
and im sure not alot of people would disagree with me,
i remember listening to his album non stop 98 and i was hooked instantly,
carl cox was being interviewed for sum dj magazine that i used to read when i was younger and he said one thing i will never forget,he said play what you enjoy playing,
and thats exactly what i do, i play music that i love to play.
i got my first set of decks when i was 15 and used to play them night and day,
goin up to cork into record shops and spendin all my wages on vinyl.
i only started playing gigs recently, within the last 2 years, and it all started by me sending in a mix to a website that my friends were members of (purehousemusic.net)
it got great reviews and was most downloaded and listened to mix for 2 months running,
then a internet music station called SHEDfm got in touch and asked would i be interested in doin a couple gigs around the city and in my home town bandon,
which i gladly accepted,was bit nervous at first but when i got into it i couldn stop smiling.
and here i am now, playing my biggest gig to date on the 19th march, in cypress avenue,proudly playing along side the new best djs in cork city,"

below is a little taster of what you can expect from Patrick on the 19th....

Running Slow by Patrick Weblin

1. Alone (George Carrasco, Hectik Rivero Dub) by Tom Sawyer
2. Mushrooms (Justin Martin mix) by Marshall ~Jefferson, Noosa Heads
3. Musique (original mix) by Carlo Lio
4. Xerrox Structure by Alan Fitzpatrick
5. Responding to Dynamic (Koen Groeneveld Remix) by Umek
6. Toxic Unit by Likewise
7. That Feeling (Drew Tempest Remix) by Rich T
8. Groove You Out Tonight (Funkagenda's Dry Bagel Mix Instrumental) by Shik Stylko
9. Downtown Brown by Organized crime
10. Pirupa, Pigi - Sweet Devil by VA
11. Baghdad Boogie by Rob Marmot & My Digital Enemy
12. Repeater (Roman Gertz Remix) by Ivar Oh!
13. Oliver Twizt - Gangsterdam by VA


Set at opposite sides of Cork in the south of Ireland, a place widely known and respected for its healthy underground music scene, the duo of PeeKaay are causing quite a stir. Aiming to break down the boundaries of normal House music, PeeKaay’s ‘HousePods’ are a feel-good dancefloor ride across the 4/4 spectrum. Fusing House, Electro, Techno and even the odd bit of Dubstep & breaks with effortless & natural mixing ability and flow!
These boys have one firm belief: a tune is a tune. Having jumped onto the scene with their radio show ‘The Clubhouse’ and supporting many of the big time international DJs these boys really are something worth sitting up and paying attention to. With a constantly growing DJ C.V. and an ever growing local and international fan base PeeKaay is only going one place. Up!!

Catch PeeKaay tearing it up alongside Darren O Hara, Patrick Weblin & Harry for IOHO on sat 19th in the award winning Cyprus Avenue as part of FRESH BLOOD new DJ showcase... check out the FB event here

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Deee-Lite - Groove is in the Heart ( GENERIC PEOPLE fix-up)

IOHO residents deliver a dubbed out, stripped down and drummed up Fix-up of a classic....

here you go...eat this mushroom and smoke this medicinal 'erb...!!!!

or download directly HERE

FRESH BLOOD - Darren O Hara

Darren O Hara will be one of the dj to feature in our first FRESH BLOOD showcase on sat 19th March in Cyprus Avenue...
Darren has been making a name for himself as one of the country hottest and most gifted up & comming DJs on the house and techno scene right now...

He has played support to some of the biggest names in the game over the last year or two and now is the time for him to take the headline slot for himself and tear the roof off the buliding.....

also subscribe to his very popular YOUTUBE page as he constantly add new mini-mixes with the most cutting edge tunes out there...

check out his recent mix here...

IOHO presents FRESH BLOOD (Vol.1)

up & comming DJ talent show what they are made of as leaders of the new school at In Our Honest Opinion on THE BEST SOUND SYSTEM in the city... Its gonna be a MASH-UP!!!!

Daren O Hara
Patrick Weblin (Shed FM)

Over the next few days we will be spotlighting each of the DJs featuring at the night...

find the Facebook event here

KORMAC brings his A/V show to IOHO

the night seems to be going from strength to strength and our last outing was no exception... we had the amazing KORMAC of Scribble Records & Bodytonic fame bring his all new audio visual show to Cork City....
The man had the full house going crazy for the entire night......
check out the video below if you don't believe me..

also a few photos over 'HERE'

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

LONGY - Loungin Pt 2. Hip Hop, Funky Soul & Ragga

LONGY - International Hip-Hop activist, Dj Promoter, Mc, VDJ, Sound Engineer and overall Music Junkie.
He will be guesting along side DJ BLAKEY & Tecknizzle on sat Feb 19th in Cyprus Avenue. also catch him in the Phoenix in Cork city alongside some of the countries finest turntablists....

czech out his latest mix below..

Prince - The Future ( Generic People fix-up)

a funked-up, housed-up, acid-up dancefloor Fix-Up from the artist formally known as The Artist Formally Known as Prince!

CTRL-ALT-DELETE special edition sat 5th Feb Cyprus Ave

Sat Feb 5th CTRL-ALT-DELETE 'special edition'
Live Electronic Music showcase

Returning again like an indestructible russian baddie from an 80s film, Ctrl Alt Delete is ready to take on 2011.
Cyprus Avenue is our next destination, in a one off club special edition from 11pm-2am

The Line Up:
(Night Vision/Urban Torque/Invisible Agent/Dence Electric)
Edwin James first came to prominence in the public conscience in 2005. After years of producing in the studio he decided to share his sound with the public. Securing support slots for Abe Duque, The Hacker, James Holden, Legowelt and alongside Chymera at the Electric Picnic the momento began to happen.

Releasing his debut 11 track EP featuring remixes by WIFE., Púca, Mr.Noiseee, The Karman Line, Thotbott, Robin Renwick, Encrypter, Paul Mac & Skirmish
(free copy of the EP for the first 50 people to attend)

Recently seen pounding the ctrl alt delete soundsystem to dust utilising a set up as confusing as a kubrick scene, this veteran is not to be missed.


LATE NIGHT @ CYPRUS AVENUE tickets on the door €7 also available in advance from www.CyprusAvenue.ie and www.tickets.ie