PARK AND RAVE TOMORROW’S PHOENIX PARK LINE-UP
SWEDISH HOUSE MAFIA
Your very last chance (until the reunion) to the see the Swedish trio in action in Ireland as they’re calling a halt to touring after this set of dates to concentrate on solo work. One last time then to whoop it up with Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello and their shiny, pop-friendly trance blockbusters such as Miami 2 Ibiza.
The man who features on the headliners’ Miami 2 Ibiza
anthem has been building a fine head of steam in recent years with releases such as Disc-Overy, which showed he could produce more – a lot more – than those breezy urban hits of old such as Pass Out and is well-equipped to become a mainstream pop fixture. weathered well, added acting to his portfolio and turned up on the last Gorillaz album. Recently seen rocking out alongside the Tupac hologram at the Coachella festival. The biggest Jedward fan on the bill, the Scottish DJ and producer has been enjoying a new lease of popularity in recent times thanks to his work with Rihanna on her We Found Love mega-hit. Aside from collaborations with everyone from Kylie to Cheryl Cole, Harris is prepping his third album for release later this year. The Dublin trio are probably getting used to big days out like this, now that slick, radio-friendly hits such as Stars In My Eyes and Travelling Man have given them a growing audience. One of the acts showing that acoustic pop and hip-hop textures can work in surprising ways.