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General News / January 16, 2020

Brame & Hamo set for Wigwam residency to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis Charities

General News / January 16, 2020

Brame & Hamo set for Wigwam residency to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis Charities

One of Twitter’s most loved DJ pairings are doing their bit for a good cause.

Known for their stellar selections, versatile productions and craic on Twitter DJ Brame & Hamo have revealed a four date residency in Wigwam.

The series ‘No Strangers’ will take place in a venue that runs deeps into the veins of their musical upbringing and they’ve invited Afrodeutsche, Berlin Veteran Steffi and France’s Voiski plus one unannounced guest to take part. The events will help raise money and awareness for Multiple Sclerosis charities at the 6th March opening event.

Tiarnan’s (Brame) mother suffers from MS, and together with Mall Grab raised £15,000 via a UK tour last year.

“Wigwam has made a huge imprint on us. In our early DJ careers, we’d make regular pilgrimages from Sligo to see Motor City Drum Ensemble, Kerri Chandler, Bicep, we learned so much about music on this dance floor,” they said.

“Back then, we’d never have anticipated programming our own event series at the club. It’s come full circle and we are very humbled. Our guests sum up all the areas of electronic music that we love, and we can’t wait to share the best booth in Dublin with them.”

Click here for tickets.