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General News / September 13, 2017

A huge night of live homegrown hip hop is taking place in Dublin next week

General News / September 13, 2017

A huge night of live homegrown hip hop is taking place in Dublin next week

After selling out the venue with Kojaque, Huva, NUXSENSE, Danny Rhymez, Mikey and more, we’re back in South William on September 22 for another massive one… Click here for €5 tickets.


Last month we kicked off our new party series in Wah Wah/South William, Neighbourhood Watch and things got very sweaty.

The aim of the new live series of parties is to showcase the diversity of underground Irish rap and production, giving a platform to all creative styles of hip hop on the island.

This month it’s taking place on Friday September 22, and €5 tickets are available now. Here’s how the bill is shaping up.

We have Flynn Johnson who’s fresh off the back of his involvement in the 2FM Cypher Series alongside Huva and Bobby Basil. Check out his latest track ‘Space Jam’ below.

Nonzus Magnus will be performing live, bringing his dark and experimental take on trap, hip hop and even indie to the South William basement. Listen to the excellent ‘Tina you fat lard’ below.

Louth MC Steo Skitz will also be joining us once again, after his stellar performance at our mansion party a few months back. Expect things to get grimey. Check out his newest video below.

We’re also welcoming the soothing voice and smooth beats of Why-Axis. He just released a new video with promise of an EP coming soon. He’s also worked closely with Nonzus before, so expect some interesting live collaborations…

Watch ‘Marlboro Breath’ below.

FYNCH has become one of our favourite up-and-comers of late with his calm tone and rolling flow. Check out the track that got our attention below. He plays live in the basement too.

Another pair of newcomers is Laois production duo ARM CANDY. They’ll be spinning a few tracks to kick the night off. Check out their latest tape below.

Tickets are available here and are just €5 for a very short time.