Launch night of ‘Gernika80 – Then and Now’, a weekend of events in Dublin in April 2017 to mark the 80th anniversary of the bombing of Gernika.
Our first fundraising night ‘Pure Vinyl’ takes place in The Cobblestone on Friday 20th January.
Expect the Very Best in:
—> Darren Mac Domhnaill (Pow City Soul Club)
Since its launch in February 2014, Pow City has been the leading Soul club in Dublin serving up platters of Northern, R&B, Crossover, Stax & Motown every month in the basement of the Thomas House.
Co-founder Darren Mac Domhnaill has been DJing since 2010 playing all over Ireland and clubs in England like Black Bee (Manchester), Soul Train (Bolton), and Empty Bottles (Leeds).
POW CITY | www.facebook.com/POW-CITY-234751676694445
—> General Dotsie (Worries Outernational & Reggae Fever)
The Worries Outnernational Sound System has been promoting reggae, ska and dancehall in Ireland since 2003. Week in, week out they provided the bossest sounds at their weekly sessions ‘Dancehall Styles’ in the Temple Bar Music Centre and later ‘Reggae Fever’ in Sweeney Monegrel’s.
A key figure in the Irish skinhead reggae scene for over thirty years, Dotsie will be digging deep into his nearly unequalled collection of 60s ska, rocksteady and early reggae singles.
Worries Outernational | http://worriesouternational.com
Support on the night comes from ‘Gernika 80‘ DJs Kev Squires, Sam McGrath and Stew Reddin.