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WARPwebbU:mack presents WARP @ DEAF featuring:

Plaid (Live Classics Set)

Clark (Live)

Tim Exile (Live)

Bibio (Laptop/ DJ)

DJ N>E>D (Overkill)


Button Factory, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

8pm till late             Tickets €25 From Road, Sound Cellar, Spindizzy, City Discs & online at

The flagship event at this year’s DEAF is a Warp Records party curated by u:mack productions, where the cream of the label’s newest artists are joined by one of the finest acts of the label’s 20-year history.



Aux 88 (live, Mad Scientist Tour 2009, USA)
 Mark Broom (D1 UK)
 Jerome Hill (DON’T UK)
Rob Hall (SKAM UK)
Educution (live, D1 Irl)
Paudi Ahern (Test, Irl)
more tbc

The Good Bits, Store Street, Dublin 1 (formerly Radio City/Cavern)   9pm     €15 Before midnight / Fancy Dress/ €17- after 12


Detroit electro pioneers Aux 88 bring the curtain down on DEAF 2009, performing live as part of their ‘Mad Scientist Tour’, dropping old and future Electro classics from their esteemed catalogue.  AUX 88, Tom Tom (Tommy Hamilton) and Keith Tucker (DJ name DJ K1.) were originally formed as “RX-7″ in 1985. The group also formed another project known as Sight Beyond Sight, before forming AUX 88 in 1993. In 1995, Tucker went solo and Hamilton continued as Aux 88 together with dancer William “BJ” Smith. MORE INFO HERE


Crash Ensemble present ‘Minimal’ MORE INFO HERE

Performing works by Steve Reich & Philip Glass, plus screening Philip Glass’s ‘Koyaanisqatsi: Life out of Balance’ directed by Godfrey Reggio


Smock Alley Theatre, 8 Exchange St Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin 8 (Formerly known as SS Michael And John. The entrance is located on Lower Exchange Street -just off Parliament Street).

7.30pm                        €15 / 10

This concert aims to bring together both the long term fans and the newly-initiated for a celebration of the pioneering work of two of minimalism’s greatest composers: Steve Reich and Philip Glass.  Their pioneering influence extends through the music of The Velvet Underground, Pink Floyd, Brian Eno, Glenn Branca, Sonic Youth, Mogwai, Claude Young, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream, Orbital and Aphex Twin – amongst countless others.


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