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  1. THURSDAY 25TH OCTOBER - EARLY SHOW
  2. Prince Fatty with
  3. Holly Cook & Horseman
  4. Support
  5. The Barley Mob
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  7. Doors 8pm
  8. Tickets €12 including booking fee on sale now from Ticketmaster
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  10. Renowned reggae and dub producer Mike “Prince Fatty” Pelanconi will appear live with tropical-pop artist and former SLITS vocalist HOLLIE COOK, along with inimitable vintage-styled deejay HORSEMAN, both of whom collaborated on Fatty’s highly acclaimed latest work. The trio will perform a mix of HOLLIE COOK tracks from her stunning self-titled debut album, as well as Prince Fatty originals. Support will come from THE BARLEY MOB.
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  13. FRIDAY 26th OCTOBER - EARLY SHOW
  14. MMOTHS - Live in Concert
  15. With Support
  16. YOUNG WONDER
  17. REGAL SAFARI
  18.  
  19. Doors 8pm
  20. Tickets €10 including booking fee on sale Friday 28th September from Ticketmaster
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  22. Jack Colleran aka Mmoths debuts his full live show in what will also be his biggest headliner to date. It will be a unique chance to see Mmoths' music arranged like never before and delivered accompanied by a live band and visual show. After festival appearances at Forbidden Fruit, Castlepalooza and Electric Picnic over the summer, Mmoths has quietly been working on this brand new performance, along with new releases coming very soon! He has just released a track "Only You" online from the forthcoming Annie Mac's presents compilation. Support on the night comes from one of the breakthrough Irish acts of 2012 Young Wonder and UK producers Regal Safari.
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  24. SATURDAY 27TH OCTOBER - EARLY SHOW
  25. DJANGO DJANGO
  26. + support TBC
  27.  
  28. Doors 8pm
  29. Tickets €16.35 including booking fee SOLD OUT
  30.  
  31. Django Django return to Dublin after selling out the Grand Social in February this year and delivering one of the performance of the weekend at the Body & Soul Festival. The band have released one of the biggest debuts of 2012 and one of the most refreshing albums we've heard for some time. Tickets are already sold out for this one!
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  33. SATURDAY 27TH OCTOBER - LATE SHOW
  34. Hidden Agenda & u:mack Presents:
  35. JACQUES GREENE [Dj Set] (Vase, CA)
  36. ITAL [Live A/V show ft Aurora Halal] (100% Silk, USA)
  37. oOoOO [Live] (Tri Angle, USA)
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  39. Doors 11pm
  40. Tickets €15 including booking fee on sale Friday 28th September from Ticketmaster
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  42. Our late show for the Saturday is a brilliant triple header, topped by Jacques Greene. Jacques is a brilliantly consistent producer blending R&B, house and garage to create his own unique sound. His latest release, "Ready" EP, delivers another set of fantastic tracks to accompany an already impressive catalogue featuring the massive hit, "Another Girl". Also on the bill we've got Brooklyn producer Ital (one half of Mi Ami) who will be joined by visual artist Aurora Halal bringing her synched up cosmic projections and hall of mirrors VHS feeds. Completing the bill is experimental producer oOoOO making his live Irish debut. oOoOO can be found on Tri Angle Records, the home of artists such as Holy Other, How To Dress Well, Balam Acab and Clams Casino.
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  44. SUNDAY 28TH OCTOBER
  45. CLARK [Live A/V Show] (Warp, UK)
  46. HYPE WILLIAMS (Hyperdub, UK)
  47. AWESOME TAPES FROM AFRICA
  48. SUNKEN FOAL
  49. FORRESTS
  50. SUBALTERN
  51.  
  52. Doors 9pm - late
  53. Tickets €16 incl booking fee on sale Friday 28th September
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  55. We bring a bumper lineup on the Bank Holiday Sunday with Clark, Hype Williams, Awesome Tapes From Africa as well as Irish acts Forrests, Sunken Foal and Subaltern. Clark's latest LP "Iraldephic" has been a real return to form with it becoming one of the most critically acclaimed electornic albums of the year. Not resting on his laurels, Clark has also just released a new EP "Fantasm Planes" as a counterpart to the LP.
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  57. Hype Williams, described by The Guardian as "the missing link between Ariel Pink and Aphex Twin" are bringing their insane live show to Ireland - which has been known to feature bodybuilders and models (it's the first time in 17years of u:mack that we've received a technical request of a motorbike on stage!). The duo kept their identity a mystery for some time and continue to cloud a lot of what they do in secrecy. Making his Irish Debut is Awesome Tapes From Africa, an act we've wanted to book for quite a while. After a stint in GHANA researching the local hip-hop movement, Brooklyn's Brian Shimkovitz, has accumulated hundreds of cassette tapes of rare African music from Zimbabwe to Ethopia to Senegal. He has been sharing his bounty through his popular blog AWESOME TAPES FROM AFRICA, which he takes on the road as a DJ - expect a trip to the music cultures of an entire continent!
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  59. Wrapping up the bill are three brilliant electronic Irish acts; Sunken Foal, one of the country's most accomplished electronic artists, Forrests (formally of Channel One) - who's track Tarifa is one of the releases of the year, and Subaltern who compose a unique set featuring new tracks for each performance and perform live with analogue synths and drum machines.
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  61. MONDAY 29TH OCTOBER
  62. SPARKS
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  64. Doors 8pm
  65. Tickets €35 Including Booking Fee from Ticketmaster
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  67. 40 years on from the release of their debut album, the legendary SPARKS finally make their Dublin debut as part of our Static Weekender in The Button Factory. The band, who are one of the most influential acts out there, will be performing hits such as This Town Ain’t Big Enough for Both Of Us, When Do I Get To Sing My Way & The Number One Song In Heaven.
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