Posted: January 4, 2011 in Uncategorized

ColorTv present Whitenoise – ColorTv vs Pogo

Barry Redsetta
Con & Cian
Stephen Donaldson
Liam Prendiville

Taper Jinx (Eoin Smith)
T-Face (Conor O’Hanlon)
Plus Special Guests

The Palace Band

The Lady Doth Protest Too Much, Methinks

In the aftermath of the silly season, that is Christmas and New Years Eve, and while still reeling from a mammoth 2010, we see nothing more obvious than to grab that baton with refreshed drive and begin founding what we hope will be another defining year for ColorTv.
We’ve a lot to live up to by our own standards……

2010 saw us celebrate our second year on Dublin’s dance scene, and since the show evolved from a random party in a small Dame Street pub, we’ve come along way and we’ll be the first to admit it.
There’s many ways we can remember 2010, we’ve been able to do a lot of the things many young promoters only dream of, and trust us we’ve been that young penniless promoter. We’ve had Tim Xavier, Alexi Delano, Monica Kruse & Camea to mention a few, headlined small festivals, organised mixes for radio shows across Europe and most importantly built many fantastic friendships!
However the core to our success are the people, performers and friends who love what we do and always come back, and thats what keeps us driving to do it again in our third year, but incorporating those necessary differences.
We want you dancing, we want you talking, so without further ado we present WHITE NOISE

Saturday January 15th marks our entry into 2011, which will be a fresh and vivid start to what can only be a prosperous year.
As a venue the Twisted Pepper gives us the freedom to try new things and we’ve taken it upon ourselves to do just that with White Noise. We’ve put together a Micro Festival where performances involved will range from Folk Band music to our Techno and House residents. Each room will have its own visual dynamic and after banging our heads against the wall, literally, we’ve come up with a way to incorporate visuals in the Basement. Darragh Foy will explain the maths, we don’t know really how it works!

The Basement will give comfort for those of you who have been deprived of melodic foot stomping over the past fortnight, we’re only too happy to help shake off the cobwebs. Our regular Dj’s Con & Cian, Liam Prendiville, Frederic & Steve Donaldson are joined on the night by Pogo mainstay Barry Redsetta!

The Box takes music a little left of centre with a more electro and breaks attitude with good friends of ColorTv; Taper Jinx (Eoin Smith), T-Face (Conor O’Hanlon) plus Special guests.

As before mentioned, we’ve been given a creative freedom somewhat so we’ve decided to enrol a contemporary Folk Band named ‘The Palace Band’. They’ve been drawing a crowed to the inner reaches of The Palace Bar on Fleet Street for over a year now so when we thought of The Café, we looked no further. Expect infectious enthusiasm from lead singer Damo and box drummer Mike as they sway briskly through a set list of covers and their own riotous tracks. Aido & Gaz will take things on from there with some 80’s electro & synthpop, think Duran Duran and Depeche Mode remixes and you’re on the right track!

So if like us over Christmas you’ve had neighbours complaining about the noise ‘The Lady Doth Protest Too Much’ you can make as much Noise as you want, we don’t mind.

Barry Redsetta (Pogo)
Frederic (Ctv)
Con & Cian (Ctv/Sound factory)
Stephen Donaldson
Liam Prendiville (Ctv)

Taper Jinx (Eoin Smith)
T-Face (Conor O’Hanlon)
Plus Special Guests

The Palace Band
Aido – 80s/synth/electro

Pre Sale Tickets €8 / Door €10

Doors 10.30

Twisted Pepper
Middle Abbey Street

  1. frankie! says:

    Great to see things still goin strong!!!! KEEP IT UP!

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