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Notes On Rave In Dublin

Posted on March 9, 2017 at 9:40 AM
While the UK undoubtedly dominated the scene of electronic music of the late 1980s and early 1990s, it appears that Ireland has a story to tell as well – one that centres on Dublin. A young Irish director and activist, James Redmond, has decided to make Dublin’s mark more felt on the general clubbing map by offering an insight into the city’s early days with first bigger raves and electronic music events. The result of his project is a documentary produced by DCTV and Rabble magazine, entitled Notes on Rave in Dublin. It’s “a narrative of a generation”, as he puts it, taking the viewers on a tour through places like Flikkers, The Mansion House, The Asylum, and The Funnel in the company of various music styles that have come and go, from the 1980s to the early 2000s. And we at Absys are really proud to be a part of Ireland’s electronic music scene of today, encouraging you to take a trip down the memory lane to appreciate not only the present, but also the past that paved the way for us to get where we’re at today. You can check out the documentary’s trailer on YouTube, and you can learn more about the project by visiting a dedicated website: notesonrave.ie

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