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General News / October 12, 2018

Manara of Rinse FM, Night Slugs & BBC AZN Network announced for Dublin show

General News / October 12, 2018

Manara of Rinse FM, Night Slugs & BBC AZN Network announced for Dublin show

The good-time crew at Club Comfort welcome Manara to Dublin for her first ever headline show.

 

Manara is the London DJ and producer affiliated with boundary-pushers Night Slugs and Fade To Mind. She’s known for blending “Punjabi pop music with cutting-edge club sounds”, using her slots on Rinse FM show and BBC AZN Network to showcase these culture clashes.

“This month at Club Comfort, you follow an otherworldly song, down you go, through the mound and into the deep cavern below Parnell Street, you have entered the Sídhe, the otherworld, a place where no one is quite who they appear to be.”

She’ll take to 80 Parnell Street on October 26 with support from Selky DJ, Baliboc and Roo Honeychild. Click here for tickets and more information.