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Clubs what's where

John Digweed
Tripod,
Harcourt street,
Dublin2
(€20) tonight

Published 04/02/2011 | 05:00

While many of Diggers' contemporaries have hung up the headphones for good, the Renaissance legend's appeal is going strong as the man is heading well into his 40s. DJing since the age of 13, he's still in the top 10 DJs in the world poll year in, year out.

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RICHIE KABOOGIE

THE PAVILION, CAREY'S LANE, CORK (€7) TONIGHT

Dubstep is still doing the rounds like a welcome virus and there'll be no resistance when Richie brings the Kaboogie soundsystem to town with Redmonk, Tlab, Grew and VJ Present in bass-heavy tow.

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CYPRUS AVENUE, CAROLINE STREET, CORK (€7) TOMORROW

Edwin James' Corrugated Tunnel visit Cork for an eagerly anticipated show alongside Lazerface. Haunting electronica from one of the most exciting labels of recent years, Process Recordings.

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CRAwDADDY, HARCOURT STREET, DUBLIN 2 (€5/€10) TOMORROW

This 27-year-old hot Italian producer is one of a select few reinventing house music. He makes his Irish debut alongside David DeValera.

GARY BECK

TWISTED PEPPER, MIDDLE ABBEY STREET (€8/€10) TOMORROW

Soma is one of the best dance labels of all time, dropping the genius of Daft Punk on to the world as if from nowhere. A graduate of Glasgow's famed the Arches, Beck is the New Kid on the Block flying their Glaswegian flag.

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