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ColorTv Aug 14th Featuring Sisi 110th Street Dj's (Galway) Exclusive 4 Hour Set

  • 07-08-2009 7:03pm
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    Friday August 14th

    ColorTv Featuring Sisi 110th Street Dj's (Galway) @ The Cellar, Peadar Kearney's, Dame St. (Ex Rogue)

    Although only a mere two months old the much needed zest in the water, ColorTv, goes from strength to strength against all odds.

    Friday 14th August heralds the return to Dublin of the illustrious two-some with nothing less than a DISCO punch to the gut, and it’s been way too long a wait many would say. 110th Street’s Cian Ó Cíobháin and Cyril Briscoe, two names notorious in the annals of Irelands dance floors, have sentenced the ColorTv faithful to an exclusive 4-hour set and no doubt will have a lot to say after a near two year absence from the city.

    The guys have recently been rejuvenating the waves they’ve made in Galway since their inception way back in 1998 with a few highly anticipated parties on Eglinton Street’s Deeper Venue, and by all accounts have been as jacking as ever. Sweetly blending sounds from all across the 4/4 spectrum - disco, electro, house, minimal, techno, Italo house and whatever else the hell they want, 110th Street solemnly shut any debate whether Djs can double as talented musicians.

    “During the GPO years (2002-2004) - '110th Street' pushed the electro-house sound before any club in Ireland did, bringing Erol Alan over for his début Irish gig as well as other like-minds, including 2ManyDJs & The Glimmers & Boys Noize”

    “Cyril and Cian use the name SiSi for their studio productions. They have re-edited and remixed tracks by Vitalic, Radioslave, Justice V Simian, The Japanese Popstars, In Flagranti, Bunny Lake, Underworld, Doves, Mylo, Martin Hornveth, Captain Comatose & Riton. They also have a gaggle of mix tapes which have proven very popular with party bitches around the globe”

    Those in the know may have told you about these guys, about their versatility to create genre breaking parties but not until you enter their dance floor realm, a formidable zone of random yet perfectly gelled sounds, will you realise for yourself that Sisi rule the disco, in no uncertain terms.

    Support by ColorTv djs with visuals by Greg
    Doors 10pm, Admission €8.
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    little introduction of what the guys are playing at presently.. some very cool stuff indeed.

    Number 1's chart (Cian Ó Cíobháin An Taobh Tuathail RTE RnaG)

    1. Anthea & Alex Cellar – The Playmaker (Dyed Soundorom Remix) / Freak’n’Chic
    1. LCD Soundsystem – 45:33 (Pilooski / Theo Parrish / Prins Thomas Remixes) / DFA
    1. Manon – Inkulu (Reboot Remix) / Terminal M
    1. Jamie Jones – Don’t You Remember The Future? [LP] / Crosstown Rebels
    1. The Juan MacLean – Happy House (Will Saul & Mike Monday Remix) / DFA
    1. Slam – Positive Education (Fergie’s ‘Just For Pressure’ Remix) / Soma
    1. No Regular Play – Owe Me EP / Wolf + Lamb
    1. Thomas/Mayer – Total 9 / Kompakt
    1. Davide Squillace – Black Cabbage / Supernature
    1. Cobblestone Jazz – Traffic Jam / Wagon Repair

    See you friday night!

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    An Interview with Sisi's Cian.......

    Q. Favourite colour ? Purple.

    Q. How would you describe your music style?
    Psychedelic, tropical, naughty.

    Q. What is your musical background?
    No qualifications, just a lifetime infatuation.

    Q. Where do you live?
    Ros Cam, Gaillimh.

    Q. What’s your favorite part of the day?

    Q. What’s your drink?
    Mostly wine, lots of water, though recently I’m developing a grá for peppermint tea.

    Q. Favourite book?
    The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen.

    Q. Favourite movie?
    Blazing Saddles.

    Q. Favourite place?
    Sa Vall De Son Macia in Mallorca.

    Q. Favorite subject in school?

    Q. Name one thing you feel strongly about. Why?
    scourge of boy racers. In their minds, they’re princes of the night.
    The reality is that they’re the closest thing we have in this country
    to suicide bombers.

    Q. Best gig you’ve ever been to?
    Pixies @ The Point, Dublin in June 1991

    Q. What would be written on your headstone?
    “Seachain na cúinní.”

    Q. If you weren’t a DJ/radio presenter, what would you be doing?
    Drinking. Or sending CVs to radio stations with a view to becoming a DJ / radio presenter.

    Q. Concept of heaven?
    In the crossfire between speakers on the dancefloor of Berghain, Berlin, 8am on a Sunday morning.

    Q. Concept of hell?

    Being in the Sisyphean position where I had no choice but to listen to
    commercial daytime radio, the likes of 2FM or Today FM. I’d say that
    the radios in Hell must be perpetually tuned to the Ray Foley Show.

    Q. What would you like to be better at?
    I wish I could speak more languages, particularly Spanish and German. I’m just too lazy to learn.