SATUR­DAY 13.02.16

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - THE TICKET SEVEN DAYS - SL JC District 8, Dublin, 11pm, ¤18/¤15

CLUB Repub­lik

Dutch spin­ner Job Jobse is the name at the top of the bill for tonight’s out­ing at Repub­lik. The Am­s­ter­dam na­tive is one of those who owes a debt to the city’s much ad­mired 11 club, where he ini­tially cut his teeth. Since then, he’s worked with In­nervi­sions at Ber­lin, booked the Trouw club in Am­s­ter­dam, es­tab­lished the Drukpers night and Life and Death la­bel and es­tab­lished a rep­u­ta­tion for his deep house skills be­yond the Nether­lands. Sup­port from

Kenno and War­ren Sau­vage. TRAD Noel Hill and Frankie Gavin Two ti­tans of tra­di­tional mu­sic, this con­certina and fid­dle duo are guests of this year’s Con­certina Cruinniú, a fit­ting trib­ute to a diminu­tive in­stru­ment whose nat­u­ral home is Clare. Get your glitzy swag on as the Hunt and Gather team dust off and tart up their All Fur No Knick­ers night for a spe­cial St Valen­tine’s week­end bump-and-grind ses­sion in the city. Tonight’s Pink Swag­ger event prom­ises to be “a de­li­ciously tacky and out­ra­geously op­u­lent af­fair” with a mu­si­cal brew of guilty plea­sures, nos­tal­gia, funk, hip hop, r’n’b and power bal­lads from Code (live set), Tara Uni­corn (oth­er­wise known as 2XM’s Tara Ste­wart) and Colin Devine. HOUSE Water­mät

The man with the Bullit, French

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