Kompakt Recordings are one of the most influential institutions in modern electronic music and celebrate their twentieth birthday this year. It’s only fitting so that we extended an invite to co founder (and hero of ours) Michael Mayer, for a rare (in Ireland anyway) four hour set.
Saturday 13th April Button Factory Curved St, Temple Bar, Dublin Doors 11pm Admission €15 Limited €10 Pre Sale Tickets : BUY ME NOW
Pheck going out on the 14th. Why not surprise your partner and bring them on a romantic evening to Hell for Valentines? It will be sweaty, sexy and filthy if thats what your into? And sure if not you can head down for some turbo dancefloor funk to swoon and swing each other around to. Sounds like the perfect date? And if you are single then dam them all to and get down for a rave anyway.
An unequivocal industry visionary, DJ Hell's career has embodied and then transcended his many guises: Anti-Superstar DJ, International DeeJay Gigolo Label Boss, GQ Man of the Year, Playboy, Jetsetter, Bon Viveur, Munich Machine. Seeing, and envisioning - that is of enormous relevance to Hell. He managed to convey pure artistic prowess as well as pure style during his thirty year DJ career. The individual look, the do-it-yourself approach, the elitism. Another legend plays Big Dish Go, dreams keep coming true. Need proof he is still hanging around the gates of? Check out his recent Boiler Room set:
DMX KREW is one Ed DMX from Britain, legendary radio show host, dj, live act, pioneer and the rest. His workload as a purveyor of 80s-style funky electro has been amazing: on Rephlex Records, his own Breakin' label, and many more. Dance floor ravers and groovers excite.
What a line up if we do say so ourselves! Tim Sweeney is a guest we have been trying to make happen since the dawn of time. If you aint heard of his "Beats in Space" radio show then you are in for a listening treat, check out the archive and you will notice our ould pal Smagghe is a regular among other Maestros. Tim Sweeney is a hero to many throughout the world and who better to support but a local legend; Billy Scurry. How could you miss that? Well, insert spanner in works here because upstairs on the stage we are so very glad to welcome back the fuzzy-edged synthy, pounding acidic techno beatster Nathan Fake. The Border Community man will be playing his live show and spinning before him is a Big Dish Go disciple; Evlis, who was missing for some time while roaming the earth only to return with the title of "Grandmaster"(as if we didnt know already), check out his mix just below he made especially. Setting the tone for the night are resident DJs Gavin Feeney and Barry Redsettaz. Put em all together over two rooms with amazing soundsystems and what you got? A tricky decision of where to be and when but we reckon these are the best problems to be faced with!
And by the way much love and big respect to you all for 2013 x
Big Dish Go & Pogo present Nathan Fake and Tim Sweeney