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THE UNDERGROUND SHOW KICKS OFF TONIGHT!

Tonight kicks off The Underground Show and 6pm with The Night Institue co founder Jordan (with EXCLUSIVE new music) and young up and comers Daniel Busby and Michael Reid.

15 June 2017 News Read more

GREAT VIDEO TO INSPIRE IRISH FEMALE DJS

This is a brilliant video taking on the issue of gender inequality in electronic music head on. In our country especially there is a severe inbalance and hopefully the recent awarness generated by some of the big names in recent years will bring an end to it.

14 June 2017 News  Video Read more

HIP HOP HALL OF FAME

Plans have been announced for the building of a Hip Hop Hall of Fame, scheduled to open in New York in 2018.

13 June 2017 News Read more

Fatima Yamaha Returns

Less than a week after his memorable live set at AVA’s Beck’s Stage, Dutch star Fatima Yamaha – known to his family as Bas Bron – has announced his return to Belfast.
No doubt impressed by the reception he received from the famously up-for-it Belfast audience – who helped soundtrack a special Friday night sunset with a vigorous singalong to his anthem ‘What’s A Girl To Do’ – the Amsterdam resident will return to the city to play the Limelight on Fri, 2nd October.

8 June 2017 News Read more

NEW IMAC PRO ON THE WAY AND ITS UNREAL!

Apple have announced that will be launching the new iMac along with new iPad Pro at the end of the year.

8 June 2017 News Read more

PETE TONG SPEAKS OUT

Pete Tong recently voiced his opinion on one of dance musics big issues such as gender equality. The Radio One legend also talks about the EDM scene in America,  the recent Manchester tragedy and his upcoming Ibiza Classics gig in Los Angles.

7 June 2017 News  Video Read more

AVA BOILER ROOM DID NOT DISAPPOINT!

AVA was yet again a resounding success and their third boiler room did not disappoint! Check out all the videos below

5 June 2017 News  Video Read more

R&B LEGEND TEDDY RILEY TALKS TO REDBULL MUSIC ACADEMY

Redbull Music Academy do it again with this brilliant interview with Teddy Riley. Shaping R&B as we know, Teddy masterminded work from Keith Sweat, Guy, Blackstreet and Bobby Brown, while also co-producing Michael Jackson’s Dangerous album and giving The Neptunes their first break. In short this man knows his stuff.

1 June 2017 Music  News  Video Read more

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