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Elektrobank Are Coming


by Ellie Balfe
18th Oct 2014
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Elektrobank are a damn cool collective of music maestros, who, when combined together create a type of fusion that you absolutely can’t miss.

The five-piece band play beautifully twisted renditions of dance, house and hip hop anthems that kick you so far down memory lane you’ll never want to come back.

Mixing live versions of classics from Daft Punk, The Chemical Brothers, Bjork and loads more, this is a 90 minute set of pure fun. But not just that – these people are seriously talented and well worth watching (we say watching – we mean dancing to). Fresh from ripping up the Movember launch party last night, tickets will no doubt sell out for this upcoming gig.

Elektrobank from Elektrobank Live on Vimeo.

They are headlining the Sugar Club on Friday the 24th of October and support on the night is from DJ’s Johnny Moy and Pat Hyland. Tickets are €10 before midnight. Book here.

Excited is an understatement.

@elliebalfe