Adrenaline-fuelled dance music returns to Coach nightclub in Banbridge on Saturday, September 7 as the Organ Donors and Jonny Brown headline Insomnia in the Blue Room.
Harder-edged trance and tech is fast becoming the next big trend in electronic music and the Organ Donors, with 15 years experience in the DJ world, are spearheading the movement.
From releases on Nukleuz Records in the early 2000s to remixing for some of the biggest trance labels in the world today, they have continually been at the forefront of groundbreaking music production.
They have received over 70 airplay slots on BBC Radio 1 in the past two years and their forward-thinking, harder tech music is breaking all boundaries - gaining crossover DJ support from Top 100 trance players to European hardstyle superstars.
The past 12 months have brought fresh rewards for the brother duo with debut performances in Australia, USA and Asia, as well as a string of festival performances including Creamfields and Coloursfest.
Organ Donors are joined in Coach by Banbridge native Jonny Brown.
In just four years Brown has shared the stage with a multitude of Top 10 artists and global superstars including Ferry Corsten, Sander van Doorn, Gareth Emery, Marco V, Judge Jules, John O’Callaghan, Scot Project, Lisa Lashes and Giuseppe Ottaviani.
He has played in venues across Ireland and GB including Lost at Sea in Edinburgh, Ink/Voodoo in Letterkenny, Mandela Hall in Belfast, Planetlove WKD festival, Silence in Dundalk, b.e.d. in Newry, Traks in Portrush and many others.
Now he joins the Organ Donors in Coach for a night of high-octane audio madness.
Insomnia at Coach presents Organ Donors and Jonny Brown in the Blue Room on Saturday 7 September. Access All Areas admission costs just £5 (excludes VIP).
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