Michael Keep Schtum from 9pm to 1.30am
Lectrosoul djs from 10pm to 3am, also joined regularly by guest djs from Ireland and beyond
Michael Keep Schtum:
Michael Keep Schtum started DJing in the early 90's and shortly after became a sound engineer and then a producer. In the midst of recording and producing artists and bands from all genres, he also built a solid reputation as a dj in many bars and clubs around Dublin, the UK and Europe. After a hiatus from Djing for a few years, when he lectured in Sound Engineering and Music Production for various colleges and organizations, he returned to DJing and Promoting a few years ago. Since then Michael has played all over the city, including Wax, Hogans, The Globe, Ri Ra, The POD, Solas Bar, Uikio, The Gravity Bar, 4 Dame Lane, Anseo and currently has residencies at 'Beatdown Disco' in The South William and 'Keep Schtum presents' in Bia Bar. Michael is probably best known as being one half of production duo 'Keep Schtum', who have gained a lot of attention at home and abroad for their series of disco re-edits. He also hosts Keep Schtum Radio on Power FM (Monday 5pm - 7pm GMT)
Expect to hear Funk, Soul, Balearic, Boogie, Disco (old, new, straight up, tripped out, cosmic) and House, also lots of Re-edits, Reworks, Covers, Versions, Dubs, Extended Remixes and other Musical Meanderings.
Join Aidan Taggart (TuKi) the first Saturday of every month from 11pm to 3am
Richie Rock, Warren Kiernan and Mark Kiernan have been making music and rocking dance floors for over 15 years, playing at legendary Irish clubs such as Temple Of Sound, Sides Dc, Asylum, The Pod, Tripod, Sir Henry's, and Sex Kitchen to name but a few. Their residency night, dubbed "Genius", in The Kitchen for over 5 years in the 1990s earned numerous awards, including Best Club Night in Ireland.
Festival credits include Electric Picnic, Life Festival, Witness, Homelands, EuroCultured, Creamfields and Kings of Concrete. This summer will see them at The Big Chill, Latitude, Oxygen and a return to Electric Picnic. Lectrosoul bring deep house with groove to their residency in The Exchequer.
As well as being top of the crop of Irish turntablists throughout this decade, Dubliner DJ Tu-ki is one of the most talented club DJs in the country. Eager to display his versatilty, following four consecutive Irish DMC championship wins, Tu-ki then eased to a comfortable victory at the 2006 Corona Movida World Dance DJ competition in Switzerland. Besides his wide acclaim in the hip hop world, Tu-ki also counts Chicago house legend Marshall Jefferson as one of his biggest fans, which is easy to understand if you've witnessed one of Tu-ki’s seamless, genre-hopping club sets.
If you don’t have the chance to check him live in the near future, be sure to DL his incredible ‘Pre:Seed’ mix CD at the souncloud link below. The mix is a dedication to vinyl and pre digital dj’ing and has garnered plaudits from all over the Dj world.
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