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We are delighted to be involoved as media partner with Solas Electronic Music Festival highlighting and showcasing some of Irelands top Electronic Music Artists & Djs. All in Aid of Pieta House supporting suicide prevention and mental health issues. Showcasing a whole host of Irish Dance Music Collectives, joining forces to make a difference. Also the official launch of the Irish Electronic Music Awards 2017 ****** Special Guests:  LOCO & JAM (Terminal M / Tronic)  Full Funktion (KMS / 1605) Plus loads more…. ****** BYOB event / Strictly over 18s  Adm €35 or limited Early bird at €25 Get early…

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Live Interview – Mike Mannix From a distance the ‘New York City’ skyline of grey steel and concrete skyscrapers, silhouettes as a vibrating, pulsating mosaic waveform, with dancing peaks and troughs, that hints at a rich history of artistic and cultural endeavor. From its centre emerged the musical revolutions of disco, Hip hop and on through to its own regional style of underground house beats. From this backdrop emerged a talent so raw, it was destined to reshape dance music, out across the world. The 1980’s saw a guy that ‘just listened to music’ cutting and shaping his craft on…

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Iconic Underground Magazine Issue One Launch Nine months in the making and this baby’s ready to be born Kicking it off on the front cover with a worldwide raw and exclusive uncut interview, DJ / Producer Joey Beltram, has been banging out the bangers for 3 decades, and shows no sign of abating anytime soon. With a prolific back catalogue and 100’s of thousands of air miles under his belt touring the world, iconic underground finally caught up with this techno godfather, to spit it real. This is Joey as you’ve never heard him before in any interview, he’s speaking…

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Iconic Underground Magazine Issue One Launching Soon Featuring a world exclusive, unedited, uncut from the heart interview, with one of the world’s most ‘iconic’ dance music legends “Joey Beltram”. Beltram was referenced as a pioneer in the late 1990s house music scene by Daft Punk, in their song Teachers off their 1997 debut album, Homework and author, Simon Reynolds, credited Beltram with having ”revolutionized techno twice before the age of 21” when describing both Energy Flash (original mix 1990) and ” Mentasm (original 12” mix 1991)” Not only is Joey giving us the insights into his life and thought process…

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