Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Some Like It Deep























If you're out in Dublin this Saturday the 21st, get down to The Melody Bar on Capel street for Some Like It Deep. Kenny Hanlon [POGO, Space Camp, Lunar Disco, Electric City] & Gmos [Infinitestatemachine] will be on the ones & twos representing the excellent blog infinitestatemachine.com. Chris O'Donohoe [Some Like It Deep] will be getting the grooves started on the night from 10pm.

It's a fiver in before 10, 8 euros before midnight & a tenner after. The lads will be playing the finest in detroit techno, disco, italo & electro.

Some Like It Deep is a relatively new night who recently played host to Detroit's Patrice Scott. It is held in the Melody Bar on Capel street every Saturday night. Sound is delivered through a Function 1 soundsystem & the dancefloor is lasered & smoked with a few somewhat tacky [but worth it] lasers & smokemachines.

Infinitestatemachine have been on it for some time now, with excellent interviews & mixes from the likes of Detroit's hotshot Omar S, and local Carlow heroes Tr-One/Broken Audio Movement. Check infinitestatemachine.com where they juggle tings proper.

If for whatever reason you haven't heard any Omar S yet, check out personal favourites "Just Ask The Lonely", "Set It Out" & "In Side My Head" for a quick introduction. Then buy them from him here.

Bodytonic, who've been on a roll recently, will be the first to bring Omar to Ireland on Saturday 4th April 09. This promises to be a great night, there's no doubting that. He is the latest to mix a Fabric cd, which will be released on March 16th & features only his own tunes [!]. This Saturday bodytonic host a talk with legendary dj Greg Wilson who will then dj later in the night along with Kenny Larkin & Cassy in the Twisted Pepper, for more details check here and here.

TR-One played a quality selection of disco, house & techno in the Melody Bar this Saturday gone, details of when & where you can catch them next will be posted here shortly. Their set @ 12 Sundays in the Bernard Shaw a few weeks ago was one for the books & served as a timely reminder of why we go clubbing in the first place. The vibes on the night are why it will be remembered as one of those evenings. Check TR-One's superb "Mystery Train 12" EP" which they recently released on Nice & Nasty records along with their other great tunes here.

Check the Some Like It Deep myspace to find out what lies in store for the Melody Bar in the coming months. Some Like It Deep are currently running a competition to win a weekend away in party capital Berlin. To be in with a chance to win leave your email with Ronayne @ one of the coming saturday nights. The winner will be announced after James Priestley's set on the 14th March.

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