Mother, the club night that this year hosted the biggest Pride party in Ireland and the hugely successful LGBT+ festival, Love Sensation, is moving its weekly club night residency to LoSt LaNe.
They kick off their weekly residency at LoSt LaNe with the Mother DJs playing B2B with Kelly-Anne Byrne.
Expect deadly sets and a heaving dancefloor, this will be one unforgettable night!
‘The Politics of Dancing’ was a one hit wonder for British band Re-Flex. Released in 1983, it has inspired our very first Festival of Politics club night. DJ Rob Smith will play an eclectic selection of politically motivated and issues based music … for dancing to. We’ll be moving to two tone sounds, rap manifestos, riot grrrrrl anthems, inspiring guitars and all sorts of fun stuff. Strictly no Billy Bragg (sorry Billy) and no serious faces please.
Join us for this political party in the intimate surrounds of The Singer’s House at Lost Lane.
Entrance to The Singer’s House is located on Nassau Street.
Mother, the club night that this year hosted the biggest Pride party in Ireland and the hugely successful LGBT+ festival, Love Sensation, has now moved it’s weekly club night residency to LoSt LaNe. Deadly sets and an always heaving dancefloor, they never fail to put on a fantastic night.
This week will feature the Mother DJs playing B2B with Elaine Mai.
Mother, arguably the best Saturday night party in Dublin, is back. Now, comfortably at home in LoSt LaNe every Saturday, things are in full-swing with this weeks guest DJ being Maser. The famed Irish artist is an icon of Dublin, Masers art has become a part of the cities identity. Internationally known for his works, Maser can also dish out a killer set. He plays alongside the Mother DJs with this evening being a must-attend.
Jacques Greene is an acclaimed Canadian DJ and electronic music producer known for his house tracks, which often incorporate R&B and U.K. garage influences.
Through several well-received singles on labels like Night Slugs and LuckyMe, particularly 2011’s “Another Girl,” Greene (along with artists like Disclosure and Kingdom) was instrumental in updating house for a post-millennial audience, merging the U.K.-born post-dubstep/future bass sound with contemporary R&B.
Later in the decade, he released ambitious, eclectic full-lengths such as 2019’s Dawn Chorus.