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General News / January 21, 2019

Handsome Paddy delivers part two of his annual ‘All City End Of Year Mix’

General News / January 21, 2019

Handsome Paddy delivers part two of his annual ‘All City End Of Year Mix’

This year focuses on tracks that got physical releases, on record, CD or tape.

 

A few days ago one of Dublin’s finest DJs, Handsome Paddy, released part one his now annual end of year mix for All City Records. Every year he puts together a showcase of music from Irish artists and labels, and this edition is bigger than ever.

Part two features David Kitt, DART, Fio Fa, KETTAMA, Roisin Murphy, Marcus Woods, Naive Ted, Tommy Holohan, Matt Finnegan, Maria Somerville, Wastefellow, Kojaque and loads more.

It’s representative of not only Paddy’s eclectic taste, but also how good the output has been from all corners of Irish music over the past 12 months. Check it below.