The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - THE TICKET - SEVEN DAYS - JC Lau­rence Mackin

When it comes to great wob­bly house bangers that sparkle with pop glitz, Ham­burg DJ and pro­ducer Marco Niemer­ski has it go­ing on in spades. The mas­sive hit Coma Cat in­tro­duced us to his work, but de­but al­bum Glow showed that was just the tip of the ice­berg. Here was an al­bum full to the brim with à la mode house, with plenty of pop twists. Niemer­ski has been a reg­u­lar vis­i­tor to th­ese parts too, ap­pear­ing at the Beat­yard and Life fes­ti­vals in re­cent years. NEW YEAR’S EVE There will be no Ticket edi­tion on De­cem­ber 26th (yes even we have fam­i­lies that tol­er­ate our pres­ence for a day or two), so in the fol­low­ing pages, you’ll find list­ings for the next fort­night, and rec­om­men­da­tions for the next seven days. But see­ing as New Year’s Eve has ac­tu­ally be­come some­thing worth go­ing out for in the past few years, we thought it best to look a lit­tle fur­ther ahead for our last rec­om­men­da­tion of 2014.

The will be rap­ping and rolling its way through the city on Dec 30 and 31. High­lights in­clude Sound­ings: Holy Trin­ity with Dy­lan Hask­ins and Lisa Han­ni­gan at City Assem­bly House, Lingo: Po­ets vs Rap­per and the Dublin Po­etry Slam.

The Grand So­cial has a cracking blowout planned with

Spo­ken Word Fes­ti­val Kelly Anne Byrne, Night­flight DJs Raglans. Le Galaxie

and And

will be pow­er­ing up Meet­ing House Square.

But pick of the bunch in Dublin might just be the But­ton Fac­tory, with (above) and in­clud­ing our

Kate Boy Mother DJs,

own bi­ased. Ou­side of the cap­i­tal,

will be lifting the roof off the Róisín Dubh with and the Triskel in Cork is keep­ing things grimy and lit­eral with

Donal Di­neen.

Kor­mac’s Big Band


Colour us

my­nameisjOhn, God Knows


and In Done­gal, they’ll be tak­ing the tra­di­tional high road, with the (formed in 1967) play­ing at Teach Hi­u­dai Beag and a

at CLG

Boys of the Lough

Hog­manay spe­cial

Ghaoth Dob­hair.

That’s your four cor­ners of the coun­try cov­ered. Go on with you now, we’ve a party frock to be pick­ing out. See you in ’15.

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