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ELEC­TRON­ICA Wolf­gang Flür: Musik Sol­dat West­ern Mo­tors, M1 Re­tail Park, Drogheda, Co Louth 10.30pm ¤25 droghedaarts­fes­ti­ This site-spe­cific show fea­tures the video/images from Flür’s past and present, as well as mu­sic that ref­er­ences all stages of the ex-Kraftwerker’s ca­reer. Fit­tingly, the man be­hind such a sem­i­nal elec­tronic mu­sic al­bum as Au­to­bahn is stag­ing this show in an un­der­ground car park. Honk, honk! TECHNO Jeff Mills But­ton Fac­tory, Dublin 11pm ¤20 twit­­j­effmills Still one of the most im­por­tant and ex­cit­ing fig­ures in techno, Jeff Mills has been heart of the sound’s in­no­va­tion for many years. Mills co-founded the Un­der­ground Re­sis­tance col­lec­tive along­side “Mad” Mike Banks and Robert Hood, and his in­flu­ence is de­fined by his work for Axis and es­pe­cially his fierce, industrial-like DJ sets. Away from clubs and fes­ti­vals, Mills has worked on var­i­ous cin­e­matic projects, such as new scores for Fritz Lang’s Me­trop­o­lis and Buster Keaton’s

Three Ages. Tonight, though, it’s all about sound­track­ing the most vis­ceral tech-club ex­pe­ri­ence imag­in­able.


He­lena Hauff Elec­tric, Gal­way 11pm ¤8/¤5 sound­­lena-hauff He­lena Hauff’s (left) stock is on the rise. As a res­i­dent at Ham­burg’s Holden Pudel, her free­wheel­ing ap­proach to techno and elec­tro has made her popular with club fans. As a pro­ducer, her gritty, acid cuts for Actress’s Werkdiscs la­bel and this year’s A Tape al­bum, as well as her col­lab­o­ra­tion on Hyp­nobeat with James Dean Brown, are worth cheer­ing. Sup­port from Bap to the Fu­ture’s Lolz. JC

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