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Music / July 15, 2021

Modeselektor are coming to Dublin later this year

Photo by Birgit Kaulfuss.
Music / July 15, 2021

Modeselektor are coming to Dublin later this year

Words: Dylan Murphy

The duo head to The Button Factory this November for a four hour DJ set.

Modeselektor have been shaping the electronic music scene since the early 2000s with their flamboyant DJ sets and genre-melding productions. The duo of Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary formed in the early 90s while they were involved in the rave scene on the outskirts of Berlin and have made a lasting impact on the genre.

They’ve revealed they are heading to Ireland’s capital for a four hour set in The Button Factory in November of this year.

It comes after a string of collaborations with artists as varied as Flohio and Thom Yorke and follows the release of their Dating is in China EP earlier this year.

Modeselektor play The Button Factory, Dublin, Friday 26th November 2021 at 23:00.

Tickets cost €28.00 (including booking fee) and go on sale Friday 16 July at 10:00.

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