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!Kaboogie stat!k is a new series of gigs we'll be putting on. The gigs will focus on new experimental music and related audio visual performance. The idea is to explore the intersection of noise, sound art and experimental composition with beats and club music.

Stat!k will be a place to examine new  visual styles and processes. These include; the new aesthetic, audio reactive and generative software process, visual programming languages, projection mapping, video synthesis, data visualisation, processed dance,  high res open source video etc.

We plan to do this in the context of what we do best, providing fun spaces for an open minded crowd to enjoy hard and cutting edge sounds in a club.

We also hope to  link up with international scenes, labels and festivals in this area.

For an idea of the artists we will be hosting and working with look to the rosters of; Raster Noton, important,  PAN , Blackest ever Black, Digitalis, Hospital Productions. 3BY3.  We will also be taking inspiration from festivals like Unsound(po), Supersonic (uk), Ars Electronica(de) , Transmediale(de), Hunters Moon (ire) etc.

Rabble Fundraiser: Munchi, Redmonk, Oshroom

rabble welcomes back the kid with big hair that's proven to be one of the world's premier moombahtonistas and tropical bass aficionados. For those of you asking, what the hell is that? Let's put it this way, expect some seriously wonky riddims and big ass bass to get your money maker shaking. Munchi played our first ever gig in Toners on Baggot St. Despite being plagued by 9 hour flight delays, last minute venue cancellations, blizzards, noise complaints and cutlery spontaneously smashing itself in the bar, he held tight to his promise to come back and do it all again.

Support on the night comes from Oshroom and Redmonk, two of the city's finest sound bwoy scallywags who simply refuse to grow up.

As usual, all profits go back to the printing of the local parish newsletter for the city's pissed off and disgruntled.

Find out more on facebook

Redmonk Interview on White Lady Art Blog

Redmonk did a little interview a while back for the good folks over at White Lady Art. Talks about doing illustration for !Kaboogie, airships, community art, the Brady Bunch and the pointlessness of anti-graffiti laws. Read the full interview here.

To check out more of his work, check out his gallery page here on his blog.

Eomac - EP One

Eomac - EP One

!Kaboogie's own Eomac released his debut EP on Hsuan Records this week. It's a 'classy three-tracker...swiveling on a future-garage flex' that 'sounds like a fusion of Zomby's irregular programming and Submerse's emotive impact', according to Boomkat. 

Read an excellent review here, then head on over to buy the release here.


Limited vinyl edition is coming soon.

Steiner Cork Pavilion gig

Fundraiser for Cork Steiner School…a night of Dublin meets Cork….dub/reggae
Richie !K 
Lady Grew
The Pavilion Cork, Friday 4th Feb

K Mag feature on Eomac including mix

imageEo did a recent interview and promo mix with Knowledge Mag. Read it here. And download the mix here.


  • Eomac – Garden [Arpeggios Mix] 
  • Eomac – Garden 
  • Eomac – Battery Baby 
  • Eomac – Calc [Dub] 
  • Eomac – Forget The World 
  • Eomac – We Are All The Same 
  • Eomac – Spoock 
  • Eomac – Bint 
  • Eomac – Clap Your Hands [Pt.2]

Kush launch and Stomp

Lots of lovely Thursday things!


We’re all spoilt for choice this Thursday. 

At Stomp it’s BeatNik , the return of Welfare and Don Rosco.

KUSH nights will feature live sets from both the up-and-coming whiz kids and the veteran heavyweights of Ireland’s underground music scene. Kush launch night, on the 21st of October, has a line-up including Maschine, T-woc and Melodica Deathship.

Gamepak invites you up the road to the Thomas House at 8pm for a night of live chipstep, with guest DJs and VJs, bigscreen videogames (with prizes!), cheap pizzas & pitchers - and a STOMPin’ afterparty

Roots Pon the Corner

imageThis Friday 15th October all roads lead to the Dark Horse Inn for a night of sweet roots reggae music to help ease the burden of these troubled times.

Dragging their boxes of revival, rubadub, digital roots & steppers vinyls to the Liffey side venue will be Brigadier JC -  Promotor and selector with the Roots Factory crew in Limerick,  first set since moving to the capital; Tuathal - Firehouse Skank collaborator, roots man selector with boxes deeper then Bolivan mines and t-woc - thecollectro completo, no style to foreign for this vinyl obsessive.
. Heavyweight sounds supplied by the Audio Terrorists, No charge at the gate, all pints are €4 and session will run from 8 pm until 1. The Dark Horse Inn is on Georges Quay, before Tara st station Pon the Corner. Reach if you can!

Test Present REDSHAPE LIVE, ANODYNE LIVE, Barry Redsetta

imageLine up
Redshape (Present - Berlin)
Barry Redsettaz (Pogo)

Anodyne (Psychonavigation Records)
Ed Devane (Mantrap)
Redmonk (Kaboogie)

18th Sept
Doors 2300
Venue The Twisted Pepper Middle abbey street
Tickets €10
Tickets available from the

Phizzfest : !Kaboogie Abelton and Serrato Workshops

! Kaboogie present Ableton Live electronic music production workshop and DJing with Serato workshop. Suitable for all ages.
Friday, 10th September 2010, 4.30 to 7.30 pm. Panama Scouts Hall, Phibsborough, Dublin 7.
Tickets are free but booking recommended.

!Kaboogie will run two 2 all ages music workshops for Phizzfest.

For more info:

Ableton Live is a popular midi and audio sequencing music production programme. !Kaboogie tutors will run through a basic introduction to the programme and using a number of laptops encourage workshop participants to write a drum beat in ableton. Time permitting other concepts such as working with samples and live instruments will be introduced.

Rane Serrato is a popular music industry dj software programme.
!Kaboogie tutors will run through how to set up Serato to run with a dj mixer and set of turntables, covering concepts such as analogue to digital conversion, file formats and troubleshooting.
Workshop participants will then be encouraged to mix songs using the Serato interface

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