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Old 28-08-2007, 04:43 PM
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Default Schmutzig @ the Tikki - Sept/Oct

September & October @ The Tikki!!!

September 1st
Anti-Epilectric Blanket residents night
Schmutzig residents provide somewhat of a consolation for those unlucky enough not to get sorted for Electric Blanket session '07.


September 8th
Sean Galvin & Diarmaid Twomey
Diarmaid sent us in a mix, we liked it, so we decided to give him a run at the controls. He will play a selection of deep house before resident Seani beag will finish things off with more house of the deepness and detroit house and techno.


September 15th
Paul Crossan & John Hennessy
Rave god Paul Crosstown steps up alongside Hennbag. Expect an abundance of glowsticks, multicoloured sweatpants, techno and electroooo.


September 22nd
Mike McCoy [Live] (Electronic Ireland, Bastardo Electrico Recordings-Limerick), Hans & Ian Mulcahy
The 29th sees a long awaited return of Electronic Ireland head honcho Mike McCoy. Mike's first time playing for us saw the Tikki turned on its head and into a filthy sweatbox rave, so we thought it only fit to invite him back. Grand bang! Support on the night comes from handyman Hans and Ian Mulcahy, another who impressed after sending us in a mix.
http://www.myspace.com/mikemccoylimerick
http://www.electronicireland.com/


September 29th
Glenn Keohane, Jamie Behan & Shane Linehan (Four to the Floor-Limerick)
Its resident GlennK's turn to man the controls, support coming from Jamie Behan and Four to da Floor head honcho Shane Linehan.


October 6th
DJ Bone (Subject Detroit Records, Encounter-Detroit) 3-hour set
support Brian Shelly, Sean Galvin & Jamie Behan

Link to the full video recording of the night:
www.subjectdetroit.c om/bone/DJBone_Tikki6Oct2007 .mov





Eric Dulan AKA DJ Bone is one of Detroit's most coveted underground vinyl technicians. This very talented and highly sought after Artist plays events and clubs worldwide, has held a residency position at four of Detroit's top clubs and produces music inspired by the city in which he lives, Detroit. His record labels Subject Detroit and Encounter are futuristic and unearthly while still displaying the true essence of Detroit's Techno Soul.

Bone experienced the emotion, passion and energy of Detroit Techno first hand at the infamous Music Institute. What he witnessed there, along with the eclectic mix of music filling Detroit's airwaves by the legendary Electrifyin' Mojo and The Wizard, along with Detroit's industrial backdrop, would serve to be Bone's main influences.

Bone began his DJ career spinning groundbreaking sets weekly at The Love Club (The Shelter). From there he gained a dedicated following which eventually led to him playing at three different clubs five nights a week as well as several underground parties in Detroit. An invitation to provide fortnightly, live mixes for the Deep Space Radio show on 107.5 in Detroit was also extended.

After hearing Bone in Detroit (1996 Love Club Anniversary Party) Laurent Garnier booked him to headline at the Rex Club in Paris. Soon after word spread and Bone was invited to play events all over Europe. He gained momentum and began performing in locations such as Tokyo, Slovenia, and Mexico to name a few.

Observing a lack of electronic music, which fit his style, led Bone to produce his own original songs to incorporate into his funky and eclectic sets. He took it a step further and started his labels Subject Detroit and Encounter focusing on true Sonic Soul.

In late 1997, Bone began his residency at the Motor Lounge in Hamtramck (bordering Detroit on all sides) pioneering an underground Detroit Techno night. Within a month, the number of Bone's weekly session attendees topped 1,000 as well as tens of thousands of others tuning in to his live set broadcast on the radio every Friday from midnight until 2 am (87.9 FM). Always looking to expand minds and move bodies, Bone took on the challenge avoided by so many DJ's before him familiar with Detroit by name only. For nearly three years, he amazed his crowds, which included out-of-towners from as far as Japan and Australia alongside his Detroit faithful. Unfortunately, due to Motor's attempt to exploit what Bone had founded and loved, he decided to depart from the club and his residency.

Bone also has performed during concept car shows at the North American International Auto Show (twice), the Cadillac Concept car unveiling in Geneva, Switzerland the 2000-2002 DEMF, fashion events and was asked to serve as a Board Member for the 2002 DEMF.

Observing the trend of producers being booked to spin as opposed to actual DJ's fueled Bone to go against the grain and establish himself as a DJ primarily. He believes that an individual's talent should speak for it and not be overshadowed or misconstrued by hype.

Bone is currently focussing his attention on his record labels (Subject Detroit and Encounter), concentrating on pushing the imaginations of those who live for a true underground vibe.

http://www.myspace.com/djbone313
http://www.discogs.com/artist/DJ+Bone
http://www.7mzdt.com/subjectdetroit




October 13th
Jamie behan & Sean Galvin - 4 deck set


October 20th
Brian Shelly, Cian Frawley (Vivamusic-Limerick) & Glenn K


October 27th
Jim P (Plugd Records), Kenny Hanlon & John Hennessy


Sunday October 28th
Vince Watson [LIVE] (Transmat, Bio Music, Fcomm- Erskine, Scotland)
Support John Hennessy & Glenn K



From the age of 7, Vince Watson was heading towards his ambition of making Electronic Music. Thru Early Pioneers like Jean Michel Jarre and Herbie Hancock to Genres like Hiphop and House, there was always a passion and a direction towards Detroit Techno and the Scene around it. Graduating in 1993 in Music Technology gave Vince the platform to develop his sound and it wasn’t long until the demo’s were sent out. Dave Angel’s Rotation label being the first to receive one, and in accepting gave Vince his first contract and release. A residency in Glasgow’s Arena nightclub was the start of his experience on the scene and played alongside Jeff Mills, Luke Slater, Kenny Larkin and Mixx Djax to name buy a few. With his love of both House and Techno, it was always a challenge to marry the 2 styles, but Alola Records gave him the chance to do so and in 1999 Vince released his first album ‘Biologique’. The modern classic ‘Mystical Rhythm’ was the standout track and even to this day is being played and licensed by the best artists in the business including Francois Kevorkian and Joe Claussell. His second album on Alola ‘Moments in Time’ was also released on Legendary New York House Label Ibadan, Vince set up his own label Bio Music in 2000 and so far has featured Artists such as Steve Rachmad, Joris Voorn, Deetron and Ben Sims. The label has been licensed to compilations from Carl Cox, Laurent Garnier, Brandon Block, Danny Howells amongst others…Recently Vince has been remixing artists such as Turner, The Black Dog, Electric Rescue,Taho and Orlando Voorn.

http://www.vincewatson.co.uk
http://www.myspace.com/vincewatson
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Vince+Watson


All happens @ The Tikki Lounge, Little Hanover st. (next to Isobar/Mardyke)
Entry from 9pm-2am
Door tax is free before 10pm, €5 before 11:30pm, access €10 via Isobar after 11:30pm.
Jazz Weekend Oct 27th/28th: Doors 8:30pm, Adm €10 before 10pm through Tikki, €15 after via Isobar

http://www.myspace.com/schmutzigcork

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Old 28-08-2007, 04:46 PM
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September 15th
Paul Crossan & John Hennessy
Rave god Paul Crosstown steps up alongside Hennbag. Expect an abundance of glowsticks, multicoloured sweatpants, techno and electroooo.
Lots of floor clearing electro young Crossan, ya hear!!

...someday, somehow punters will learn that you can dance to music that isn't a 4/4 beat all the way...maybe
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Old 29-08-2007, 11:41 AM
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September 29th
Glenn Keohane, Jamie Behan & Shane Linehan (Four to the Floor-Limerick)
Its resident GlennK's turn to man the controls, support coming from Jamie Behan and Four to da Floor head honcho Shane Linehan.



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Lookin forward to it, should be a good one
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Old 08-09-2007, 10:38 AM
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September & October @ The Tikki!!!

September 8th
Sean Galvin & Diarmaid Twomey
Diarmaid sent us in a mix, we liked it, so we decided to give him a run at the controls. He will play a selection of deep house before resident Seani beag will finish things off with more house of the deepness and detroit house and techno.

All happens @ The Tikki Lounge, Little Hanover st. (next to Isobar/Mardyke)
Entry from 9pm-2am
Door tax is free before 10pm, €5 before 11:30pm, access €10 via Isobar after 11:30pm.

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Rave god Paul Crosstown steps up alongside Hennbag. Expect an abundance of glowsticks, multicoloured sweatpants, techno and electroooo.
Tomorrow night!!!!
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Ill be there to hear The Black Block.
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Old 15-09-2007, 04:53 PM
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Should be a savage night tonight. Great buzz around town about this one
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Can't make Bone's Dublin gig, so think im gonna have to come down for the 2nd leg. woop woop.
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