On The Pulse.
I have to start things off this week with a word of advice to all of you who go out for a good time each weekend.
Video footage of a potentially serious crush incident outside of one of Dublin's more "famous" ritzy venues emerged in the media this week. It serves as a reminder that you can head out for a seemingly enjoyable night and end up in a sticky situation.
So do yourself a favour, particularly if you feel the need to imbibe yourself until your skull is imbibe yourself until yoy ur skull is full of liquid. Know how to exit a building (especially a busy crowded one) and if you hear a panic or a consternation kicking off - just leave and leave quickly. Ok preachy bit over but you need to be careful out there.
So what to do tonight? Well the boys at the Underground on Dame St/Crow St Temple Bar Dublin bring you Toolroom resident and all round top producer Matt Smallwood.
His remix of Inner City's Good Life last year was one of my y y favourite tracks to drop on a big system and the guy can surely rock a party.
Big hype on this one and Dublin DJ extraordinaire John Nolan does main support with Del Fortune and the enigmatic Graham Short flinging down too.
Admission is a ridiculous [euro]10 and doors are a good value 10pm.
Meanwhile, you are really spoilt for choice in that square mile of the city as Noir (Defected)makes his Irish debut at Strictly Deep. The Danish producer is supported by Jonathan Kiely (who incidentally has been doing big things on the The Digital Groove with his forthcoming productions and remixes!) and Leigh Pharrell (wonder will he have a ten gallon Stetson?).
Troubadour and Kev Struttin will also getting all up in your business for [euro]12 and doors are from 10pm.
Tomorrow night maybe hurl yourself down the motorway a few hours (presuming you are in Dublin) or up the motorway (if you are in Cork) to Waterford, where the legendary RePublik boys bring you Marcus Worgull from Innervisions.
The Koln resident takes himself and his sound to the newly improved Sound system and spanking new DJ Box and dancefloor at the Crystal Nightclub in Shortts Live Music Venue (John Street, Waterford).
Support from Warren Sausage, Kenno and Paul Griffin and for the thrilling price of [euro]12 the doors fling open at 22.30.Tickets available on line for this one.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Jan 31, 2014|
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