A massive THANK YOU to everyone that helped make Analog Rhythms happen
Last weekend, 909originals and Bodytonic brought the Analog Rhythms exhibition to The Bernard Shaw, celebrating the origins of dance culture in Dublin over the course of the 90s and early 2000s.
It’s fair to say that Saturday night was an absolute belter, with a great panel discussion followed by Francois and Aoife Nic Canna serving up some classic dance cuts to a packed basement. Thanks too to those who participated in the Acid House Bingo event on Sunday, as well as the screening of Notes on Rave in Dublin.
Over the course of the weekend – and early this week – we’ve been inundated with messages asking when the exhibition might take place again, or what the next steps are… don’t worry, it’s a work in progress, and all will be revealed soon. 🙂
For those of you that didn’t have the chance to pick up some merch over the weekend, there’s a limited number of t-shirts (priced at €20) and posters (priced at €5) still available – get in touch with us and we’ll help you get your hands on them.
As you can see from the main image above, Analog Rhythms came about thanks to the help of a large group of ageing ravers – you are all legends, and thanks for your support (apologies if we’ve left anyone out, we love you just as much). Also, the event couldn’t have been what it was without the assistance of Bodytonic and The Bernard Shaw staff, you guys rock!
Stay tuned to 909originals for the latest updates about the future plans for Analog Rhythms, and thanks again. 🙂