[CANCELLED] Verve: The Shed Edition W/DJ Deece & Quinton Cambell

  • We are delighted to announce our first Verve Shed Edition. Our very first boiler room style gig on Easter Saturday in the Luker's Bar Shed which will be filled with a Funktion One sound system. On the 11th of April we welcome two of the most renowned DJs in Ireland DJ Deece and Quinton Campbell. Along side local support from The Verve DJs, Peter Kelly (Camcor Calling), and Joshua Naughton. It has been a breakthrough 18 months for DJ Deece, with memorable shows on what seem like a weekly basis! Deece is no stranger to the DJ booth. Playing weekly around Ireland for over 7 years, he has made a huge name for himself with various headline shows, support slots and residencies. Most recently his Deece Series party has seen him welcome Baba Stiltz, Jack J and Denis Sulta to Dublin. On top of this, Deece recently joined Bicep on their Irish tour! The Boiler Room set at AVA Festival, the closing set on the Sunday night at the Rave in the Woods at Electric Picnic, making his debut at London's Ministry Of Sound, plus performances at Life Festival,Forbidden Fruit, Body & Soul, Longitude, Metropolis, and Annie Mac's Lost & Found, all in the last 18 months have really cemented Deece's place as one of the top DJs around right now! Quinton Campbell from making his international debut aged 17 to more recently being selected as AVA Festival's Emerging Producer, notable highlights include releasing his white label viral hit 'Luvless' via Lobster Theremin, having his music blogged on FEEL MY BICEP and radio play on the likes of Rinse FM and Ministry of Sound - not to mention making his Boiler Room debut to critical acclaim this year in Belfast. Additional support for the Irish artist comes in the form of huge feedback from The Black Madonna, Annie Mac, and Disclosure following the release of his second EP 'Colours' on Extended Play Recordings. This is a strictly over 18's event. R.O.A.R.
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