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LAKKER (Killekill,!Kaboogie,Acroplane) > Miles Iwes > Welfare >CHOONAGE#2 Dec 22

  • 13-12-2011 1:51pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 183 ✭✭ djwelfare


    CHOONAGE , a new fortnightly Electronic music night kicked off with a bleepin' successful bang last week and follows up with an absolute whopper lineup for installment 2 featuring Dublin duo extraordinaire LAKKER alongside local crew Miles Iwes and Welfare

    deBurgo's / / ...22nd Dec
    9pm - 1am / / €7 - €5 offer coming soon...

    with VOID Bass Power in the sound department

    [img]http://server.myspace-shack.com/d20/lakker smalle.jpg[/img]

    LAKKER are Dublin bassed Ian McDonnell (also known severally as EOMAC) and Dara Smith. The duo have a long history working together, beginning in 2001, in a band called :undermine:. They formed LAKKER around the same time and began a long journey through harsh electronics, breakcore and noise.
    These boys have been stretching and stirring the underground electronic scene and sound for years, known widely for eclectic sets that can jumpa round with little respect for conventional wisdom, leaving dancefloors often in a very sweaty state of speechlessness!
    Their set at this years Jigs and Rigs Festival on Rathlin island is great evidence of these innovators live impact and can be checked here -
    http://www.mixcloud.com/lakker/lakker-live-jigs-n-rigs-2011/
    The LAKKER sound has been pushed further and further into the unknown, from hauntingly beautifuly melodies to elastic hip-hop breaks.
    Their latest release SPIDER SILK (due out on a stunning white vinyl, complete with Dara’s screen-prints) is to Berlin’s much-respected Killekill label.
    BAG IT!!
    It is a solid release, affirmed by early festival airplay from no less than APHEX TWIN himself. This one’s gonna be big.

    www.lakker.com
    www.facebook.com/lakkermusic
    www.mixcloud.com/lakker/

    [img]http://server.myspace-shack.com/d20/lakker lads.jpg[/img]

    Welfare (DubCulture/!Kaboogie/Ghetto Quietly)
    Welfare is a Dubstep and Jungle Producer/DJ currently based in Galway city, who's gigged all over Ireland,the UK,the U.S and in Canada bringin heavy sub flavours only from the 130-200bpm range, mostly if not always on 12 inch wax
    He has graced the decks alongside most of the Dubstep “royalty” and also such legendary junglists as Equinox,Doc Scott and DJ Hype not to mention a recent appearance alongisde electronic pioneers Orbital.
    He started producing about 18 months ago and recently had his first release on !Kaboogie Records and upcoming releases and remixes in what he likes to call the “Dungle” sound, that is lower tempo Amen rollahs
    Welfare is also part of the production duo SubVersus,along with fellow bass music producer Shatterfreak www.soundcloud.com/subversus
    He also hosted a weekly radio show on Raidio na Life in Dublin from 2008-2010 called the Welfare Clinic.having over 40 guests from the Dubstep,Jungle,IDM and hardcore scenes - an archive of these shows is also available online.
    Welfare was also a founding member in 2006 of Electronic Resistance,a sound system collective of anarchist and leftist DJs,producers and gig organisersas well as being the curator these daze of Choonage Galway and Jungle Boogie!
    His productions as well as a wide range of live mixes can be found at
    www.soundcloud.com/welfare and www.mixcloud.com/welfare

    Miles Iwes
    Miles has been in Ireland for a cupla years now fixing up dancefloors with his wide variety of styles,from Techno to Dubstep and Jungle to IDM and Ambient as well as keeping the gremlins away at his chillout area for several years at Life Festival
    Anyone who has seen Miles play of late will have noted his dexterity in the field of scratching, tearing hte platter to almost any genre conceivable...
    When it comes to "deep experimental ethno-ambient meditation" as Miles puts it himself,he be the man-
    Expect Techno sounds and wonky noisiness before the main act....

    CHOONAGE #2


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