NORTHERN Ireland’s newest club night launches on Friday 4 May as Dirty Digital crash lands into Beach at Odyssey Pavilion in Belfast.
Spearheading proceedings at the official debut show are Dutch DJing icon Menno de Jong and Ireland’s international DJ/producer Bryan Kearney.
Support comes in the form of Chinese Girlfriends and Jase-N Harts. Dirty Digital is also calling on Northern Ireland DJs to get in contact for a chance to play at the launch night and further events throughout the year.
“Dirty Digital is set to deliver an alternative club experience for revellers across the country,” says the team behind the exciting new brand.
“Our main aim is to book leading global artists who are rarely given the opportunity to play here in Northern Ireland.
“All too often the same DJs are booked to play the same venues over and over again, and this has resulted in the dance scene becoming somewhat stagnated.
“Dirty Digital will give revellers the opportunity to experience acts they rarely have the chance to see. Hopefully they react to that, and in turn that helps the whole scene.
“We are also looking to develop new talent right here in Northern Ireland so all upcoming DJs should get in touch.”
Amsterdam based trance DJ Menno de Jong flies in to headline Dirty Digital’s debut show.
De Jong exploded onto the global DJing circuit with the release of his debut track ‘Guanxi’ on the Anjunabeats record label in 2004.
Since then the charismatic spinner has performed across the globe and held residencies for electronic music giants such as Godskitchen and Gatecrasher.
He is a regular guest at dance music festivals across the world and his tour diary boasts of forthcoming shows in Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and USA.
De Jong is joined at Dirty Digital by Ireland’s superstar DJ in the making; Bryan Kearney.
Kearney has spent the past decade developing his sound, first at home in Ireland, and now across the planet.
The talented technician’s cutting edge sets contain the very best in upfront club-driven music with the emphasis always on energy and the unexpected.
He is a DJ that likes to take risks and do things differently; a Bryan Kearney set is jam-packed with exclusive re-edits, bootlegs, and self-penned productions.
Kearney’s reputation across clubland has grown exponentially over the past 12 months and the Irish wonder now holds a residency at English club Passion, is releasing tracks on the Future Sound of Egypt record label (owned by Egyptian trancers Aly & Fila), headlined and produced the official anthem for Eurofest in Mexico, and is performing in a plethora of countries across the continent.
Dirty Digital presents its official launch night with Menno de Jong, Bryan Kearney, Chinese Girlfriends and Jase-N Harts at Beach, Belfast, on Friday 4 May. Admission is only £8 before 10pm and £10 after. Any DJs looking to get involved and win a set, and any fans looking to be in with a chance of winning guestlist passes, should connect with www.facebook.com/DirtyDigitalOfficial