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General News / February 8, 2017

Socialise are hosting a talk about the landscape of music in Dublin

General News / February 8, 2017

Socialise are hosting a talk about the landscape of music in Dublin

Richard Seabrooke is bringing together nine speakers for the next edition of ‘Socialise’.

District Magazine have been kindly invited to speak alongside the likes of Aoife Woodlock of Other Voices,  Karen Walshe of St. Patrick’s Festival Ireland, Algorithm, Donal Thornton, Jim Carroll from The Irish Times, music photographer Ruth Medjber, the guys from This Greedy Pig, and Nialler9.

Eric Davidson and Craig Connolly will be representing District, talking about the positive influence immigration has on Irish music, and why the melding of African and Irish culture is just he shot in the arm Irish hip hop in particular needed.

The event will take place on Wednesday March 1 in The Sugar Club. Tickets from €8. Click here for more.

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