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KODE 9/VAR­I­OUS PRO­DUC­TIONS The Vaults, Dublin Fri 10pm 115 01-6054700

Cap­i­tal city bass wor­ship­pers, this night is for you. Both Kode 9 and Var­i­ous Pro­duc­tions have pro­vided plenty of dub­wise delec­ta­tions for both dancers and head-nod­ders in re­cent times. A grad­u­ate of Lon­don’s 2-step scene, Kode 9 has been one of dub­step’s most in­no­va­tive pi­o­neers. With re­leases on Hyper­dub and Tempa, as well as a must­hear col­lab­o­ra­tion with Space Ape and remixes for Burlal and The Bug, Kode 9 has proven his smarts time and time again when it comes to the science of bass. Since the re­lease of their 2006 album The World Is Gone, Adam Phillips and Ian Carter, AKA Var­i­ous Pro­duc­tions (whose logo is pic­tured be­low), have remixed Ian Brown, split from XL Records, prepped a sec­ond album for re­lease and worked on an­other album with Glas­gow poet Gerry Mitchell. Their trade­mark sound of lush melodies and high-step­ping beats, though, re­mains in­tact. Sup­port tonight from Don Rosco and Richie Ka­boo­gie.

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