ESCAPE THE NORTH X DAVID HOLMES – Saturday July 13th – ALL DAY PARTY

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July 13th – Escape the North
David Holmes 
Black Bones 
Hewan Mulugeta
Arveene 
Governess 
Colm Motherway 
The Board of Works DJs 
This marching season some of Belfast’s greatest DJs will descend from the North. Making their way to the confines of Connollys for a one-day festival lineup of some of Ireland’s most discerning DJs. Kicking off at 1 pm music will flow over two spaces on July 13th.
 Escape the North heralds the return of DJ & producer supreme! Mr David Holmes !!! Who shall headline a 2nd appearance beyond the law in the halls of Leap. If last year’s mammoth session was anything to go by this shall be one for the books…
Joining him on the lineup…..
Black Bones :
Also from Belfast are Black Bones. Who bring with them a left-of-centre range of the obscure, from deconstructed disco edits to ravey, driving techno. Wholeheartedly committed to their local dance scene, the DJ/Producer duo flies relatively under the radar. Press play and let Black Bones give you a glimpse into Belfast’s thriving alternative underground.
Arveene:
Resident DJ & Booker at Connolly’s… Producer / Remixer of note, 1 half of Bon Voyager and our benchmark for club Culture at Connolly’s. You know him, you know what he does nuff said.
Hewan Mulugeta :
is a Dublin-based Ethiopian DJ, making waves throughout the Irish festival and music scene. She is an avid vinyl collector of all African grooves, with a particular emphasis on traditional and modern Ethiopian music from the 60’s & 70’s.
Governess :
“Chicago born – Dublin based Governess has made an impact on Ireland’s Club Scene. She’s one-third of the emerging & talented Candy Club, has worked with Skin & Blister, Gash Collective, Woozy, and DDR where she hosts a monthly radio show.  She has DJ’d in venues, clubs and festivals throughout the Country and has a monthly residency in The Big Romance.

Glen Brady ;
is an experienced Producer/Vocalist & DJ. Starting his career between New York and his native Ireland as DJ Wool and currently with his band Def Nettle, he was signed to Stretch Armstrong’s Plant Music as The Glass in the 00’s. He has production, engineering and session musician credits with the likes of R.E.M., has spent years as an engineer with the California State Symphony and has toured in support of The Cranberries as a member of DARK with Andy Rourke (The Smiths) and, the late Dolores O’Riordan as well as having mixed their album, Science Agrees. Currently finishing production and writing duties on the new MC Paul Barman album, he has returned to his roots as a hip-hop producer with a plethora of new beats and productions in the works.

The Board of Works Dj’s :
The mysterious Board of Works crew hail from New Bridge and have created a following of the more discerning no-conformist club kid, who like to put their phones down when they enter the dark corners of the club. They are some of Ireland’s most talented DJs and producers who you will be hearing a lot more from in the future.. You heard it here first
This is going to sell fast !!
Food & Drinks all day too

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 Escape the north heralds the return of dj & producer supreme! Mr David Holmes !!! Who shall headline his 2nd appearance beyond the law the halls of Leap. If last years performance was anything to go by this will be one for the books..
Joining him from also from Belfast are Black Bones brings with them a left-of-center range of the obscure, from deconstructed disco edits to ravey, driving techno. Wholeheartedly committed to their local dance scene, the DJ/Producer duo flies relatively under the radar. Press play and let Black Bones give you a glimpse into Belfast’s thriving alternative underground.
Arveene : Resident dj & Booker at Connollys.. Producer / Remixer of note, 1 half of Bon Voyager and our bench march for club Culture at Connollys. You know him, you know what he does nuff said.
Hewan Mulugeta is a Dublin-based Ethiopian DJ who is making waves throughout the Irish festival and music scene. She is an avid vinyl collector of all African grooves, with a particular emphasis on traditional and modern Ethiopian music from the 60’s & 70’s.
“Chicago born – Dublin based Governess has made an impact on Ireland’s Club Scene. She’s one third of emerging & talented Candy Club, has worked with Skin & Blister, Gash Collective, Woozy, and DDR where she hosts a monthly radio show.  She has DJ’d in venues, clubs and festivals throughout the Country and has a monthly residency in The Big Romance.
Glen Brady  :   the producer and lead vocalist of Punk-Funk band Def Nettle. He is a music producer and audio engineer from Ireland.
Board of Works Dj’s : The mysterious Board of Works crew hail from New Bridge and have created a a following of the more discerning no conformist club kid, who likes to put their phones down when they enter the night. They are some of Irelands most talented dj’s and producers who you will be hearing a lot more from in the future.. You heard it her first
This is going to sell fast !!
Food & Drinks all day too