Peter O’Grady is Joy Orbison, the London producer who has been a regular in recent years since tracks like Hyph Mngo introduced him to the gallery. While new releases may be relatively rare anyone who saw him at Electric Picnic knows he delivers a mean, meaty set. Support is from the Mud DJs. CLUB Groove Armada Is it really 16 years since Andy Cato and Tom Findlay first hit the road? That was with the Northern Star album, and the duo’s subsequent run of tracks like I See You Baby, Superstylin’ and If Everybody Looked the Same took them into the big leagues and made them one of dance music’s reliable festival draws. They hit Dublin to help Abstract mark three years in the club-running business. TRADITIONAL MÓRglór This is an inaugural award honouringg the memory of Muiris Ó R ócháin. One of the originators of the Willie Clancy Summer School, Ó Rócháin was one of the most hospitable, encouraging and supportive forces in traditional music. Tonight’s award marks the first in an annual event in recognition of outstanding contribution to traditional music in Clare. This year’s winner is the Corofin Traditional Music Festival. A raft of local and visiting musicians will feature including Derek Hickey, Cyril O Donoghue, Geraldine and Eamonn Cotter and Chris Droney. BIRTHDAY Shine It’s another big night out for the Shine team as they mark 19 years on the go. Once a weekly outing in Mandela Hall, the club these days continues to book the leading house and techno names. For tonight’s birthday bash, it’s Groove Armada; Oxia, the French producer behind 24 Heures and Tides of Mind albums; Sonny Fodera; techno wizard Benjamin Damage; and local reps Chris Hanna, Nocturne and Schmutz. HOUSE The 2 Bears Those who fancy a bearhug should form an orderly queue by the dancefloor. The Night is Young, second album from Raf Rundell and Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard (left), shows that the ursine- friendly producers still have plenty to offer. It’s a rich, rewarding slew of deeply soulful house and disco turns, calibrated to create euphoria all night long.