Studio 54 – Sat 31 July – 10:30pm

Stereovibe presents

STUDIO 54

Summer Fever

Saturday, 31 July 2010 at 22:30

Andrews Lane Theatre

Hello World!

It’s with great pleasure we bring you news of our biggest event yet!

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!

Arriving this August bank holiday weekend, Studio 54 – Summer Fever will prove to be the hottest night in your social calendar.

Get your pocket fans ready as our Gorgeous GoGo dancers, passionate DJ’s and exceptionally talented entertainers make your night truly exceptional. Studio 54 was one of the world’s most prestigious night spots that set the standard for New York and the rest of the world. Experience our unique interpretation once again, only this time with lots of HEAT as we redefine such standard.

Studio 54 – Summer Fever will bring you a new wave of house music greats, an electric atmosphere (as always) and one of Dublin’s greatest crowds.

Feel the heat and passion that can only be created at a Stereo Vibe event. Drinks promos will help you stay “cool” whilst you get down into a memorable night.

Be sure to Join us as we turn the heat up a few degrees 🙂

Standard Entry is €10 (€8 with Guest List Confirmation)

More information will be coming soon so watch this space. Our Artwork will complement this page shortly also.

The Stereo Vibe Team
http://www.stereovibe.net

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These are Powers – Thur 29 July – 10pm

Skinny Wolves & Foggy Notions Presents:

THESE ARE POWERS (Usa, Deleted Art / Dead Oceans)
CAP PAS CAP
THREAD PULLS
GREY MAYHEM

w/ Skinny Wolves & Guests DJs

LATE SHOW

THURSDAY 29TH JULY 2010

Andrews Lane Theatre, Andrews Lane, Dublin 2

Doors 10 – 2.30am

Tickets 13euro (booking fee to be included)

From www.tickets.ie & WAV Box Office

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THESE ARE POWERS

http://www.myspace.com/thesearepowers

Don’t fear the future. These are Powers have come to conjure the new musical golden age you’ve been waiting for–one of insistence, intensity, and light. And yes, you can dance to it. These Are Powers is an experimental music group from Brooklyn, New York and Chicago, Illinois. The band mixes polyrhythm with samples and other electronic sounds and noise rock. n0 things, ex-LIARS bass player, Pat Noecker formed These Are Powers with Anna Barie (vocals/guitar) (ex Knife Skills & Fxxxing Lion) and Ted McGrath (drums) in 2006. The latter was replaced by electroacustic drummer/percussionist Bill Salas. Ferocious and unhinged, when These Are Powers perform live, it is a kind of spiritual journey, a futuristic fire dance hailing from Chicago and Brooklyn. The bass smolders, topping its low-end sub-rumble with a high-end flutter; abstract beats emanate from the electro-acoustic stand-up drum kit. And piercing through is Anna Barie’s guitar while she and Noecker call and respond. Barie blasts through a litany of expressive guitar sounds and full-throated yelps and howls with a confrontational, explosive energy that often finds her entangled with audience members, leaping through the air, or sprawled on the floor in front of the stage.

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CAP PAS CAP

http://www.myspace.com/cappascap

“Edgy, daring and sparky, Dublin band Cap Pas Cap play a hugely alluring post-everything game. There has only been a handful of

releases to date, but each one has seen them pulling new shapes from the bag. Their best moment to date was last year’s hypnotic and spacey We Are Men single on the Skinny Wolves label, a pointer to the new-wave-no-wave-what-wave terrain they’re calling their own. Cap Pas Cap’s debut album should be one of this year’s highlights.” – Jim Carroll, Irish Times

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THREAD PULLS

http://www.myspace.com/threadpulls

Thread Pulls are an experimental two-piece with the drumbeat at their core. Thread Pulls became the first Irish band to be invited to play at the celebrated All Tomorrow’s Parties festival. After releasing four EPs on 9-pt records as a three piece, they stripped down to the duo of Gavin Duffy and Peter Maybury, and spent the following two years developing their upbeat progressive sound which meshes trumpet, electronics and treated vocals with a no-wave inspired mix of repetitive bass and drums. Thread Pulls are now recording their début album.

Peter also makes electronic music as Hardsleeper and in Rainfear. Gavin plays occasionally with Karl Him and Electronic Sensoria Band.

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GREY MAYHEM

http://www.myspace.com/greymayhem

Grey Mayhem (feat. Members of Puget Sound, Hands up who wants to die, Guilty optics etc.) are a band from Dublin. Formed in mid 2009 they play a mixture of heavy, synthy, post hardcore. With influences such as Trans am, Oneida, The Melvins, the Jesus Lizard, Polvo, High on Fire etc, they combine moments of technical complexity with pulsating synth jams and straight up heft . They have recently recorded an e.p. with Lar Kaye (Adebisi Shank), which will be self released in coming weeks. Grey mayhem are Paul Clynes, Ruadhan O’Meara, and Ror Conaty.

War – Friday’s in ALT – 11pm

 

Friday’s @ ALT

WAR

Doors: 11pm
First 40 in for FREE
First 40 dogtags/warshirts FREE
€5 Before 12
€10 after 12
look out for army men

SOLDIERS:
Get in line – WAR is back, Back, BACK. After a much deserved break from destroying dancefloors over the past twelve months, we decided it was time to take aim and charge out of our sex filled trenches (and that’s just Sarah – guzzler).

With a new HQ in the shape of Andrews Lane Theatre, we’ve set out to recreate what made WAR so super special and that’s:
Podiums
Vodka Guns
Sexy, wanten DJ’s, aching for a go of your mouth
Music to make you hump and jump
TONS of WAR paint
PLUS: it will be a little like heaven, so dress in white!

WAR: It’s missed you
Here’s a little summary of what happened: SPY got taken over by some big bad evil army commander, we killed them and moved on!. WAR DJ’s were got in to play at the UCD Summer Sessions and took a wee break. WAR got bored. . WAR found a new Battlefield. WAR got to building podiums and clouds. WAR is back.

Selected Pints/bottles – €3
Double Vodka & R.bull – €10
Double Vodka & Smash – €6.50
Micky Finns – €3

OOOH and Bitches With Wolves will be tearing it up with a very special live perfeormance too

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Poseidon – Sat 3rd July – 8pm

StereoVibe presents

POSEIDON

Andrews Lane Theatre

Sat 3rd July, 8pm til late

We’re back! – Having successfully launched our opening night with Studio 54 in early June, we’re delighted to announce that we’re back for another spectacular night!

On Saturday, July 3rd, Stereo Vibe is pleased to announce our second themed event which will once again be located at Andrew’s Lane Theatre in Dublin 2. Titled “Poseidon”, a truly magnificent night is being planned that will submerge you into an underworld of legend and myth complete with an earth shaking sound system like the God himself.

Join our renowned DJ’s and entertainers on July 3rd and experience a unique atmosphere like no other.

As God of the Sea, Poseidon will be themed around the colour blue, the underworld awaits..

Will you be coming?

Line up
Djs
Mass_S
Karl McEvoy
Rafa Mafra + guest dj

Flags performance
Performers Twiggi Kandellabro + guests
Dancers boys and girls
Live singers
**** TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT IF BUSY WE ARE ACCOMODATING PEOPLE WITH ADVANCE TICKET SALES FOR THIS EVENT AS WELL AS PAY ON THE DOOR*******

– TICKETS CAN BE BOUGHT AT €10.00 FROM MONDAY 21 JUNE AT
LEMON JELLY CAFE, MILLENIUM WALKWAY, ITALIAN QUARTER, DUB 1
or
BASIC INSTINCTS ADULT SHOP, EUSTACE ST., TEMPLE BAR, DUB 2

Door Entry

€8 before 11pm – €10 afterwards

Drinks promotions:
Double Vodka + Redbull €10.00
Vodka + Dash € 4.50
Bottle of Corona € 3.00
Bottle of Miller € 3.00
Bottle Smirnoff Ice €3.00
Pint Carlsberg € 3.00

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Good Vibrations – Tue 22 June – 9pm

Animal Antics Dj’s present

Clowd (Spin 1038), Dj Keith Florea, The Capitals and Thomas St Lawrence

Tue 22 June

Andrews Lane Theatre

Animal Antics Dj’s play host to Clowd (Spin 1038), Dj Keith Florea, The Capitals and Thomas St Lawrence for one night only!!! It’s gonna be insane so whether your finished your leavin or just lookin to have the bant……..you won’t wanna miss this!!

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ITALIAN FACTORY – Fri 25 June – 10pm

ITALIAN FACTORY presents

WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE

featuring

UTO KAREM

Andrews Lane Theatre

Friday 25 June

Doors 10pm
Uto Karem is currently making a real name for himself. His productions have found him fans that include the likes of Dubfire, Richie Hawtin, Marco Carola, Layo & Bushwacka, Ricardo Villalobos and many more.

Having spent his junior years in London, Uto’s music ear was first shaken by bands such as New Order, Depeche Mode and Soft Cell. On his return to Italy at the age of 15, it was Underground Resistance, Novamute and Plus 8 that were having most impact on the young man.

In his late teens his DJ career took off, and over the years he has supported many of the worlds greatest deck talents. As with most of today’s artists, the natural progression was to produce and after two years of study, he graduated in Audio Engineering.

At the end of 2007 he created “agile recordings” a new label born to promote & support quality music. The first release in collaboration with Rino Cerrone, has become a top seller, being sold out in less than one month.

His 2008 release ‘Nove’ has been licensed to Chris Liebing’s Spinclub Ibiza compilation.

His debut release for Dubfire’s SCI+TEC Digital label, has made a big impact on the market and has being charted by the likes of Monika Kruse, Dirt Crew, Barem and many more. It has also being licensed for the next Timewarp 2009 Compilation mixed by Marco Carola.

His 2009 remix for Spektre “Cheyenne” on Blufin Records has become N.1 on beatport’s top 100 overall charts, soon after he signed a remix for John Aquaviva’s label Definitive Records, with the rmx for Sound diffusion “Girls like hihats” he has established his style with more funky elements.

http://www.italianfactory.eu/

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