A new pop-up club is opening in Dublin, conceived by a collective of architects, event producers, and club creatives — Temporary Pleasure.
The as-yet-unnamed venue will welcome dancers for just six weeks in September 2022. The project has been developed "in response to the disappearance of the Irish nightclub", with the plan focused on work to "transform a vacant inner-city space into an ephemeral, site-specific venue," according to a press release.
Dublin Digital Radio will celebrate four years on air this month with a 24-hour audiovisual livestream and the release of a new compilation.
Since launching in 2016, the independent station has become one the most vital cornerstones for Ireland’s burgeoning underground music scenes. From midnight on Saturday 12th December, the station will broadcast DJ sets, live performances, experimental pieces, conversations and more, direct from its spiritual home home of Jigsaw, Mountjoy Square, in Dublin’s North Inner City, Cork’s Rebel Reads and ddr’s studio in The Complex.
Dublin Digital Radio co-founder Breen will debut on Irish experimental cassette label Moot Tapes this month with the ‘Heaven Is Other People’ EP.
Following releases on Goldbrick Records and through DDR itself, the producer offers up four cuts of ensnaring electronics, with an appropriately scratchy and off-kilter edge for the medium of release.
Since launching in 2016, Dublin Digital Radio has become one the most vital cornerstones for Ireland’s burgeoning underground music scenes.
With a wide array of shows, hosted in both Irish and English and covering a range of music from house, techno, d&b and electro to ambient, experimental, folk and beyond, the young station was voted Europe’s Best Online Radio Station in last year’s Mixcloud awards.
Emerging Dublin label Goldbrick Records will drop its third release on Friday 14th September in the form of ‘Vandalise The Donut Shops’, the latest outing from production duo Ringolevio.