- 09 Sep 14
Attention clubbers: the months ahead are packed with thrilling performances
Some interesting bookings have been announced in the weeks ahead. Daniel Bell, Manik, Andrea Olivia, Matthias Meyer and Patlac are all on their way to our shores. Meanwhile, popular promoters Bedlam reach the two year landmark and there’s a debut release on the way from RSCH on Irish label Vision Collector.
Bedlam celebrate their anniversary with Paul Woolford at the District 8 pop-up in Francis Street on September 19. Bedlam’s growth since 2012 has been nothing short of remarkable. Highlights include a sold-out Todd Terje show in the Workman’s Club. Bedlam have also been heavily involved in Life Festival, last year curating three days at the Lakeside Stage which included performances by Ejeca, Ben Pearce, Waze & Odyssey, Jaques Renault, Lane 8 and a host of Irish talent.
Stayig in Dublin, Twisted Pepper has a jam-packed line-up for the coming weeks. Freddie Gibbs performs on September 4 followed by Get Loose, Strictly Deep & Manik (5) who's released with Josh Wink's Ovum imprint; Cultureshock welcome one of the minimal
house pioneers, Daniel Bell (6) to the room; MUD host David Rodigan and DJ Marky (12); and Berghain, Ostgut Ton and Hardwax regular Shed (13) bring things to a suitably frantic climax.
Meanwhile, Melodic brings Andrea Olivia to the Grand Social on September 12. He’s had a string of releases on labels such as Viva Music, Saved Records, Be As One, Moon Harbour and Cadenza. Beatport success saw him emerge as Resident Advisor’s most charted artist in February and March 2012. Vidis is DJing in The Pint with Moodybeats, also on September 12.
In Waterford, Re:Publik have Matthias Meyer & Patlac in Crystal Nightclub on September 6. The Hamburg duo shot to prominence with a string of solid releases on Liebe Detail. Club Sessions celebrate their first birthday with Illiterate Music in the Basement Bar on
Down in Cork, Bastardo Electrico take-over Cyprus Avenue on September 13, with Jamie Behan, Gary Fitz and Philip Deasy among the local Electoballs line-up. He's Electric was sad to hear that the Pavilion, a stronghold for alternative and underground music in the People's Republic, has closed.
On the artist front, Michael Lovatt has released his ‘Top Down’ single on UK label Freche Fruchte. As previously reported, Dublin’s Doug Cooney and Niall Dunne launch their RSCH alias on Vision Collector this month. It's the second release from the Irish label, following on from Nathan Jones’ debut earlier in the year, which caught the attention of amongst others Ben Klock.