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Club scene


The Wright Venue, Airside, Swords, Co Dublin, tonight (€25.40)

Olle Corneér and Stefan Engblom are the globetrotting Swedish electro house duo Dada Life, behind dance floor monsters such as Rolling Stone T-Shirt. They regularly headline California's massive Electric Daisy Carnival, so the Wright Venue is actually an intimate engagement for them.


Lost Society, South William Street, Dublin 2, tonight (€8/€10)

Inspired by a heady mixture of Laurent Garnier, graffiti and street culture, the Dijon DJ's popularity rose with the emergence of French filtered house in the 1990s. This W!ld child has also composed music and soundtracks for Vivienne Westwood and other designers.


The Button Factory, Curved Street, Dublin 2, tomorrow (€10-€15)

Not to be confused with the film director of the same name, techno's Mike Mayer is one of the pillars of Cologne's world-renowned electronica scene. The Kompakt Records' wonder boy becomes the latest illustrious name to grace the wonderful Hidden Agenda night.


Twisted Pepper, Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1, tomorrow (€12/€15)

The actor, DJ, producer and reality television star Goldie has been a bit quiet of late, so he's dusting off the hits for a best of 1992 to 2002 set, although perhaps he should leave out that ill-advised Temper Temper collaboration with Noel Gallagher . . .

Irish Independent