Some of the biggest names in Irish dance music are coming together TONIGHT to pay tribute to the late Scott Macnaughton

On September 15 last, the Irish dance music industry was a sadder place with the news of the passing of Scott Macnaughton, who passed away suddenly at his home in

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Fancy owning a piece of Bernard Shaw history…?

The Shaw is dead, long live the Shaw! While Bodytonic may have closed the iconic Bernard Shaw venue on Dublin’s South Richmond Street once and for all, this Friday (15

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The Bernard Shaw is closing… but we’ll always remember the EPIC nights we had there

Dublin’s cultural heart skipped a beat or two earlier this week with the sad news that The Bernard Shaw, the South Richmond Street pub opened by the Bodytonic crew in

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Big Fish Little Fish comes to Ireland – 909originals meets the team behind it

Big Fish Little Fish (BFLF), which has organised family raves across the UK and Australia since 2013, hits Dublin today (9 June), for what promises to be one of the

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The miracle of Creation… The story behind Ireland’s legendary free party collective

For those lucky enough to have experienced them, the Creation parties will go down in history as arguably the finest unlicensed soirées Ireland has ever seen. 909originals caught up with

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“I still get goosebumps thinking of it…” Ireland’s finest share their memories of previous Creation parties

While there may yet be another a chapter or two left in the story of Creation – the legendary free party collective that held its last party in Blessington in

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Ministry Of Sound’s big night out in Dublin… [April 1998]

Remember April 1998? When going out for a weekend in Dublin would cost you less than £200… hotel AND flights included? Nor do we. But as this article from Ministry

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Homelands Ireland 2000 was 19 years ago today… and this video always makes us smile

Seven months on from its first instalment, 29 April 2000 (19 years ago today) saw the hosting of the second Homelands Ireland, at Mosney Holiday Centre. Leftfield, Primal Scream and

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“It was something that people hadn’t really seen before, but they were ready for it…” The making of Dublin’s The Pod

On this day [13 April] in 1993, The Pod opened its doors, ushering in a new era of sophistication for Dublin clubbing. Located underneath the old Harcourt Street Railway Station

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Give Us The Night seeks to turn the tide for Ireland’s clubs…

Established just over a decade ago, Give Us The Night has long fought the good fight for Ireland’s nightclub industry. With the latest wave of high profile closures in the

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