Archive | August, 2012

A Love Supreme at Dolan’s Summer Bash

7 Aug

A Love Supreme at Dolans/OOAL all day summer bash

So, we’ve been waiting for this all summer long. After two months of jet-skiing, BBQs and basking in the sun on Ireland’s golden beaches, we’re back again. Tanned and beautiful. And what a way to re-introduce ourselves! The wondrous and wonderful folk at Out On A Limb and Dolans invited us along for their annual summer bash, and we heartily accepted. Plus we’re bringing some friends along for the journey. We’ll be setting up shop downstairs in the bar area of Dolans from 2pm to 9pm, serving you doses of film, chat, music, art and board games. We also have a prize for best drawing, get doodling. This is an access-all-areas event, so you’ll be able to catch some of the sweetest live acts this country has to offer in the Warehouse and upstairs as well, so wander around and soak up as much live action as you can.

Line-up

Mikey Fingerz: DJ Set

Tokin’ White Boy : DJ Set

Short Film : “Twitch – A Clubber’s Guide to Limerick”

The Jimmy Cake DJ Set

PC, mynameisjOhn & Jason Murphy

B-Music present Strange Passions: Darren Mcreesh talk & dj set on unearthing and compiling Ireland’s early Post-Punk and Electronic Music.

PC, mynameisjOhn & Jason Murphy

B-Music (Dublin) with Darren Mcreesh

B-Music is an independent collective of DJs, musicians and music lovers dedicated to the obsessive and painstaking perusal of obscure, obsolete, exquisitely obnoxious, unbelievable, under-exposed and undeniably delectable discs of experimental pop music from the psyched-out sixties and seventies.
Darren Mcreesh will be repping the collective on the day, spinning records and talking jazz. Well actually, not so much jazz, more-so the emergence of post-punk in Ireland between the years 1980-83. Why? Because Darren has just gone and compiled a killer compilation of tracks from that scene and era called ‘Strange Passions’ for the wonderful Finder’s Keepers sister label Cache Cache. Darren will be explaining his archeological digs into the Irish music underground of yesterday and spinning records from artists we’ve never heard of but wish that we had. Darren will also have copies of the compilation to purchase on vinyl and cd so put your hand down the back of the couch and collect up them coppers and bronzes.

Short Film Screening : “Twitch: A Clubber’s Guide to Limerick” by Peter Moloney

‘Twitch: a Clubbers Guide to Limerick’ is a short documentary that unfold Limerick city’s vibrant electronic music scene. Revealed through interviews and imagery of Limericks Club Culture, the documentary explores the history of the scene from the late 80’s right through to what’s happening in the scene today. The Documentary also features some of Limericks fresh talent and tries to scratch the surface on what the future holds for the scene in Limerick.