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Weekend Guide [ 26 // 27 // 28 ]
Project Arts Centre — 21:00
Oisín moved to London to pursue his dream of becoming socially mobile. Now, he is having an existential crisis in a Pret A Manger toilet, trying to remember his mindfulness techniques. Exploring the relationship between class, capitalism and health, ADMIN is about being poor, precarious and lonely, and adding items to your Watched List on eBay in the hopes of feeling better.
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Button Factory — 19:30
Wastefellow brings his live A/V show to The Button Factory this Friday with support from Fat Pablo.
Commercial Rowing Club — 22:30
“Join us in our sacred grove, our temple of Flora. Seek pleasure in a comfortable atmosphere!”
On the night residents Selky, Baliboc and Roo Honeychild will supply the tunes.
The Sugar Club — 23:30
Black Sheep were a key part of NYC-based Native Tongues Collective (of which A Tribe Called Quest, Brand Nubian, De La Soul and Jungle Brothers). The duo rapidly gained success with their 1991 debut album ‘A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing’.
Wigwam — 23:00
Hidden Agenda and Cold Tonic are linking up to present ‘Labour of Love – A Discotheque by Krystal Klear’, a residency in Wigwam. This week sees Job Jobse joining the Dubliner in the fabled basement.
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The Workman's Club — 23:30
After launching his latest EP in The Grand Social a little while ago, Uppbeat is back on stage for another headline show.
Support from Berm and Eeddaayy, click here for more.
Yamamori Tengu — 23:00
New Jackson, will bring his acclaimed live set to Tengu for the first time. Plus it’s his first live show in Dublin for over a year. Rounding off the night, Pear co-founder Fio Fa will close out back to back with DJ Moonbeam/New Members.
The Bernard Shaw — 20:30
“Homebeat is thrilled to be back in the Shaw with Hausu co-founder Ghostking is Dead and his band on hand to raise any weary spirits.”
Dublin Unitarian Church — 20:00
‘Idle Mind’ is the debut album of Anna-Mieke Bishop, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Wicklow.
Homebeat launch the record in the beautiful surroundings of Dublin Unitarian Church.
MART Gallery — All weekend
Following the success of the first Taproot Art benefit auction for homelessness in January 2018, Ode to Urbanity is the second of its type, this time dedicated solely to urban in art in Ireland. 50 per cent of the proceeds raised will go towards Inner City Helping Homeless and the other 50 per cent to the artists themselves.
Curated by Sophie Murphy and partnering with art collective SUBSET, creators of The Grey Area Project, music will be provided by Dublin Digital Radio.
20:00 — The Grand Social
Loyle first appeared on the scene back in 2014, with his debut EP ‘A Little Late’, he followed that up with his BRIT (Best Male, Best Newcomer) and Mercury Prize nominated, top 20 debut ‘Yesterday’s Gone’. He’s since become one of the most acclaimed names in UK rap.
Pygmalion — 18:00-3:00
For quite some time, Fran Hartnett has been steadily working the outer realms of techno, experimental electronic music, and various forms of the visual arts. Regarded as a significant contributor to Ireland’s techno scene, Fran plays live on Saturday in Pyg.
Bello Bar — 20:00
Post Punk Podge and The Technohippies return to face Dublin once again.
“Like a techno freaked Jim Morrison in shorts with an envelope on his head, Post Punk Podge & TT’s blisteringly intense live shows are quickly becoming the stuff of legend.”
The Bernard Shaw — 18:00
“With the bar having been set incredibly high after both Baliboc and Jio, we are very excited to bring an elusive Dublin staple to The Shaw for our third instalment.”
Click here for more on their latest edition with Wah Wah Wino.
The Workman's Club — 20:00
INSIDEAWAVE are a five-piece indie band based in Dublin. Since forming in 2017 they have had two double track releases and most recently played Whelan’s ‘Ones to Watch 2019′ showcase.
JaJa Studios — 14:30
This BYOB event in aid of Pieta House sees musicians like Squarehead, Oh Boland, Postcard Versions, Maija Sofia and more perform live, as well as comedy from Bláithín de Burca, Sarah Devereux and more.
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Lost Lane — 18:30
Other Voices Club is an evening of “screenings, conversations, music and friends”. Other Voices is decamping from Dingle to Dublin for an event in the city’s newest venue, Lost Lane.