Skirmish presents Monster X – London, May 12

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There’s some good news from Skirmish HQ this week as we are delighted to announce our next London party on May 12. Once again we are back in the cosy confines of  The Shelter basement on Kingsland Road with a ferocious lineup that includes one of our favourite producers, Monster X. Having seen the French producer punish numerous dancefloors with the intricate IDM and breakcore

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Townlands Carnival Party

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Townlands Carnival has brought diverse music from around the globe to our back yard in Co.Cork for the last two years. In its third year the dedication to performances of all shapes and sizes has made this man-made village into a proper community. We’ve been working in the background along with Audio Jack to help curate a festival which features

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Skirmix #12 & #13

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This Friday we’re kicking off another Skirmish night in Cork’s AMP venue on Hanover St… excited is an understatement!  We aim to only bring the best to your ears, a selection of our favourites DJs from the murky depths of the electronic underground 😉 Expect bass rattling techno beats alongside broken beat electro and hardware sounds on the 5lowershop rig. 

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Skirmish Presents: Trevor Wilkes [Fun in the Murky] & Nez [Computer Controlled Records]

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Huzzzah! Techno, choons, banging, bleeps, booms, acid, wonky beats and SOUNDSYSTEM bass is taking off Sep 23rd, Cork, with two DJ’s we highly admire : TREVOR WILKES from Fun In The Murky/Bleep Radio AND NEZ of Computer Controlled Records ! TREVOR WILKES: Trevor Wilkes has been a huge influence on our taste in tunes. He’s been endlessly diverse hosting an

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Loose Lips- Compilation #9

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The Loose Lips crew are nothing if not busy. Between radio shows, club nights, podcasts, the London collective are fully immersed in delivering quality tunes to the masses, and they’ve just dropped their ninth compilation this week. I always really look forward to these. Each release offers something a bit different and the latest presents some producers who share their love

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Skirmish Show – Future Music

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I’ve been tipping away on the airwaves of Future Music since August 2015 playing all sorts of madness alongside loads of other great shows. I’ll be posting old one’s here. Give me a shout if you want track ID’s or downloads. Tracks should come up on Mixcloud though. The show goes out every second Saturday from 10pm – 12. Get locked in!

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DeFeKT – Interview

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DeFeKT has been experimenting with electronic music since his early teens and we’ve been lucky to witness his hard hitting, groovy techno infused electro on many an occasion. His live modular set up and experience as a producer, performer and general electronic knob twiddler hasn’t gone unnoticed. With releases on labels such as Earwiggle and Electronic Explorations and a recent release

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Loose Lips Winter Rave w/Dave Monolith & Radioactive Man

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Wicked London based collective Loose Lips kick off December in fine style this weekend with their Winter Rave on Friday in Bar 512 in Dalston featuring a very Skirmish friendly line up with our favourites Dave Monolith, Radioactive Man and P-Hocto all on the bill, along with residents Rommek, Medallion Man and Danbe. I couldn’t recommend it anymore and for only £10

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Eomac & Rory St John/ Joe Farr and Witch

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  Conceptual collaborative imprint Brothers loads up its eighth edition, this time with Ireland’s own Eomac and Rory St John together on the A-side and Bristol-based Joe Farr with Witch on the other. Eomac & Rory St John deliver ‘Crack & Chop’, a bristly, electro-informed techno stepper with a slew of overdriven elements and rattling percussion. Things boil over on the flip with ‘Perihelion’,

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