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General News / October 11, 2017

Mike Skinner of The Streets is coming to Dublin

General News / October 11, 2017

Mike Skinner of The Streets is coming to Dublin

Let’s put on our classics and we’ll have a little dance, shall we?


We’ve had a lot of fun this year, publishing three physical magazines and putting on a lot of fun hip hop and electronica events.

We want to finish off the year with a bang, and we’ve recruited a bonafide legend to help us do it.

Mike Skinner just yesterday announced that he’ll be reviving The Streets for a string of UK shows, but no Irish shows were announced. But don’t stress, we’ve got you.

Mike will now be playing tunes in Hangar on Thursday December 28. Click here for tickets. We highly recommend that you do.

After a massive summer playing at nearly every Irish festival, Mango & MathMan will cap of their biggest year yet on support duties. We’ve championed these boys from the get-go, and we’re proud to see where they’re at right now.

One of Ireland’s best selectors Bobofunk will also be on warm up, keeping it in the family too as he’s the creative director and designer of our physical magazines too. A man of many talents.

In the Pablo Discobar area we have Tara Stewart, Hannah O’Connell and Cóilí Collins spinning some smooth R&B all evening long too.

Click here to read the feature from Issue 002 with Mike Skinner, with photos by our boy Ellius Grace.