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On The Pulse; NIALL REDMOND.

Continuing with their ninth birthday celebrations, our friends at Subject present "Subject is 9 (Part 2)" with Paula Temple, Fragile, Slowburn tonight at Dublin's Opium Rooms.

Headliner Paula Temple is also knows as Jaguar Woman (!), based in Germany and is associated with R & S Records, with releases such as Deathvox and her Colonized EP.

Previously she released Speck of The Future which appeared on Jeff Mill's Exhibitionist album and techno label Materials . Performance wise her HYBRID live/DJ sets have set alight Techno meccas such as Tresor, Berghain and I Love Techno.

Her first full live AV show NONAGON with Jem The Misfit, set in nine parts, was premiered at ADE 2014 receiving high acclaim.

She curates and runs her own record label "Noise Manifesto" recently launching a unique collaboration series called Decon/ Recon with select showcase events only. Tonight she celebrates with Subject along side Giles Armstrong & Fran Harnett's "FraGile"and Niall Cleary in the main room while Phil & Dave's "Slowburn" collab, Lee Kelly, and Daire Carolan do their thing in the garden.

Tickets [euro]18 doors 11pm. With legendary band the Stone Roses playing tomorrow at Marlay Park, a few more legends are riding the crest of that wave and making their own comeback for a night of Manchester nostalgia.

Sticking with Opium Rooms for a minute, Abstract host original Hacienda legend Graeme Park alongside scene original A Guy Called Gerald.

Not content with that line-up being as it is, they have added Mark Kavanagh and Liam Dollard for good measure, so your 90s experience will be as authentic as back in the day.

Aaron Costello and Austin Molloy complete the line-up with doors at 11pm and tickers [euro]15.

Hangar present another Stone Roses after party with Manchester legend Mike Pickering (Hacienda, M People, Factory Records) alongside Madchester Anthems in the bar with Daniel Lambert & The Major. [euro]15 with doors at 10.30pm Will Kinsella is back at PYG tomorrow night as DiVision present Will, Johnmantis (aka Ian O'Shea) from Dublin and Sinead Meany, also and a night of decent Techno is assured with Kinsella at the helm.

Busy as always between his Hybrasil project and his studio commitments, Will has been one of Techno's leading lights in Ireland and beyond and he's always well worth going along to see, hear and dance to. Admission is free before 11pm and [euro]10 after at the South William Street venue.

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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jul 8, 2016
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