Eat, Sleep and Breathe Potty Mouth Music.

Posted in Transmission music. on May 25, 2009 by Kevin Breen

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CHICAGO—On his debut EP for Potty Mouth Music, DJ/producer TJR from New York works his signature acid house sound into something fresh, funky and infectious. The Eat, Sleep, Breath It EP bridges TJR’s knack for old-school sampling with the forward-thinking sounds of house and electro. The result is a three track EP that includes the vocal-heavy “Good Evening Chicago,” including a remix by Sydney, Australia’s Klaus Hill; and “I Don’t Know Where,” a disco influenced cut heavily reworked with a fidget twist.PMM025art400 copy copy

In producing “Good Night Chicago” as part of PMM 025, TJR brings the energy of a live show to the studio, as he pays homage to one of the scene’s most influential cities. Growing up in suburban Connecticut, TJR’s early years consisted of hockey, golf and suburban debauchery. Once an aspiring golf pro, TJR traded in his clubs for a set of turntables after attending his first rave in mid-’90s. He soon translated his love for mixing into producing it. Taking note from artists such as Terry Mullan, Armando, Mike Ink, Paul Birken and Ian Pooley, he landed on the Catalyst label before once again shifting his sound to the fidget/electro house scene. Original tracks on Wearhouse Music—along with remixes for labels such as InStereo Recordings, Eden Records and Promo—have positioned TJR amongst some of the scenes finest.

The producer/DJ says he was trying to make his latest release a fun addition to the PMM label. “Life shouldn’t be taken so seriously and I try to reflect in my music.”

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TJR – Good Evevning Chicago (Original) .mp3

TJR – Good Evening Chicago (Klaus Hill Remix) .mp3

TJR – I Dont Know Where (Original) .mp3

DJ MEN IN MASKS

Posted in Uncategorized on May 19, 2009 by Kevin Breen

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SAT 23RD MAY:TRANSMISSION@THE BUTTON FACTORY presents DJ MEN IN MASKS.
Doors 11pm Entry 10euro

http://www.myspace.com/meninmasks
http://www.myspace.com/transmissionclubdublin

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This week we have DJ MEN IN MASKS, which is Jeff Leach, a talented dj, club promoter and television presenter. Under the moniker of The White Knight / The Black Cobra, Jeff has perfected an incredibly energetic and live performance behind the decks which has stormed the UK and European club and festival scene with unforgettable live shows. The Men In Masks collective has included DJ partners such as co-founder El Mysterio (Alex Woodhall – Star Stories), Salsa Verde (Adam Ryan – Barfly Group), Doctor Chipotle (Jez Cauldwell – Gigfoot Touring) and The Green Baron (Kaiser Saucy – The Looose Cannons / KISS FM).

Jeff started spinning at London’s indie and dance clubs in 2005, breaking the mould by mixing together indie, electro, miami bass, hip hop, motown, funk, northern soul, samba, baile, grime, drumNbass, house, old skool rave and everything in between. DJ MEN IN MASKS is rapidly impressing both his artistic peers and crowds around the world. They are now regarded as one of London’s most exciting new talented and respected club and festival DJs, playing alongside the likes of DJ Yoda, Scratch Perverts, Datarock, Gucci Soundsytem, Joe Ransom, Krafty Kuts, Loose Cannons, Filthy Dukes, Annie Mac (Radio 1), Erol Alkan, James Lavelle, Justin Robertson, Sinden, Uffie and The Cuban Brothers!

Whether playing a solo set or with a special guest collaborator, Jeff Leach ensures that Men In Masks always make a technically skilled and musically exciting impact on a crowd that can never be forgotten.
This will be Dj Men In Masks second apperance at transmission.
If ya missed him the first time don’t miss out this saturday.

Tickets available from ticketmaster.ie and tickets.it

LE GALAXIE EP LAUNCH PARTY

Posted in Uncategorized on May 14, 2009 by Kevin Breen

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SAT 16th MAY : TRANSMISSION presents LE GALAXIE TRANSWORLD EP LAUNCH
From the heart of the dying ’66e’ star came four survivors to face the future…
The battle of grids versus guitars. Collapsing synth supernovas and thunderous drum starfields Musical maximalism

Make of that what you will but the lads have fittingly chosen Transmission to launch their Transworld EP upon
an unsuspecting publinc.

A night of synth-rock kept in check by tightly programmed beats and guitars is in store down the Button
Factory on Saturday 16th May.

Support on the night comes from the Transmission DJs


Posted in Uncategorized on May 6, 2009 by Kevin Breen

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SAT MAY 9TH:TRANSMISSION@THE BUTTON FACTORY pres LOVEFOXX(CSS) DJ SET+HUMANZI LIVE

DOORS 9PM:ADMISSION 15EU

http://www.myspace.com/transmissionclubdublin, http://www.myspace.com/canseidesersexy,
http://www.myspace.com/humanzi

This week we bring you another unmissable line up. With doors opening at 9pm the night will feature the debut Irish dj appearance of Lovefoxx from Cansei de ser sexy (CSS) and the first gig form Dublin Alt rockers Humanzi in almost two years.

We have been told to expect crazy dancing,stage dancing and even stripping off from the beautiful Lovefoxx while previous shows from Humanzi have ended in near riots!

Following a seemingly two-year silence, Humanzi are now locked and loaded and ready to fire out their most exciting offerings to date. A move to Berlin from Dublin in early 2007 was to spell the beginning of some serious grafting, culminating in an album (as yet untitled) that can, at the least, be described as a passionateand daring body of work.

Despite the immense focus on writing and recording, the band found time to not only fine-tune their new catalogue of music, but also to ensure their live shows remain as rousing and explosive as ever. Whether touring Scandinavia, playing European festivals or touring with German heavyweights, the Beatsteaks, Humanzi’s new material and fresh attitude has evoked excitement and staggering receptions wherever they’ve been heard.

The first release ‘BassBalls’ comes out on 7inch and digital download from june 5th on Kick In The Eye Records.

Tickets available fromhttp://www.ticketmaster.ie and http://www.tickets.ie

CSS – Let’s Make Love And Listen To Death From Above

CSS – Alala

ALTERN-8

Posted in Uncategorized on May 1, 2009 by Kevin Breen

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SAT MAY 2ND:TRANSMISSION@THE BUTTON FACTORY pres ALTERN-8 LIVE

D0ORS 11PM:ADMISSION 15EU
http://www.myspace.com/transmissionclubdublin

This week were goin back in time to the heady days of early 90’s RAVE with an extended dj set from masked hardcore heroes ALTERN-8. With recent dj sets here being tagged as unforgettable, this night will see the debut dublin performance of the legends alongside their dancers and MC.

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ALTERN-8 crashed the UK charts in 1991 with ‘Infiltrate 202’ and Acitiv-8 (Come with me).They were aided in their chart aspirations by the circulation of fictitous press stories concerning their alleged activities, which included promoting the decongestant Vicks Vapo-Rub, which it was claimed, heightened the effects of ecstasy: and standing as local candidates for the 1993 general election!

Their live events were also designed as eye catching performances, where the band donned RAF chemical warfare suits and dust masks.

We will be handing out overalls with face masks and glowsticks on the night so get down early to get your own!!

Tickets available http://www.ticketmaster.ie and http://www.tickets.ie

The Bloody Beetroots

Posted in Uncategorized on April 22, 2009 by Kevin Breen

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http://www.myspace.com/transmissionclubdublin
http://www.myspace.com/bloodybeetroots

DOORS 11PM:ADMISSION 15EU

THE BLOODY BEETROOTS

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Imagine the love child of the Misfits and Daft Punk; the act of conception would be grisly, but what a mighty offspring their union would generate. A formidable figure a la Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, the polymath and producer behind the Bloody Beetroots.

While Bloody Beetroots burst on to the scene in 2007, Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo did not spring forth from the godhead fully formed. Born in Bassano del Grappa, Italy, in 1977, our hero started young, studying classical guitar and learning to sight read via the traditional solfège method (you know – like “Do Re Mi” in The Sound of Music). But his imagination was fired by other sources:The raw energy of punk and rockabilly music; the vibrant images and outrageous storylines of comics by Max Bunker, Benito Jacovitti, and especially Tanino Liberatore, creator of the cyberpunk RanXerox.

In 2007, two pivotal releases pushed Bloody Beetroots to the next level. First, a vigorous overhaul of “Maniac,” the percolating 1983 electro-pop smash from the soundtrack of Flashdance, an homage so inspired it won accolades from original composer Michael Sembello. Next up was “Discommunication,” a futuristic disco redux of Timbaland’s “Miscommunication.”

Dim Mak founder Steve Aoki was an early, and passionate, convert: “The Bloody Beetroots is my favorite project right now. Bob’s remixes are some of my biggest bangers in my sets.” He lost no time in snapping up Bloody Beetroots to release their US debut, the ROMBO EP
DJs and producers like MSTRKRFT, Kissy Sell Out, Adam Freeland, Martin Solveig, Mixhell, Erol Alkan and Justice list The Bloody Beetroots among their favourite producers
The debut album of TBB will be published spring 2009 trough DIM MAK/Downtown records.

Their last BUTTON FACTORY inspired somewhat of a riot,do not miss this show!

01 Cornelius (Radio Oi!).mp3

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Rotten Pick 2007.mp3

Support on the night comes from our very own Barry La Rocque (Whisperjack).

Barry La Rocque started djing around 8 years ago and has developed quite a name for himself. He is part of a electro tech group called “The Arcs Of Triumph”, and also dj’s under the name Whisperjack, which is an output for all things techno.

Barry also co-ran a bi-monthly night called “Tetric” in the hub (now the Tink Tank), which later moved to The Button Factory to have great success with artists such as Felix Cartal, Don Rimini, Swayzak, Hystereo, Deadbots, The Bloody Beetroots and Steve Aoki to name afew.
Barry has played along side big names such as A1 Bassline, Filex Cartal, Bloody Beetroots, Fairmont, Modeselektor amongst many more.

Some of Barry upcoming gigs include Mr.jones on april 30th, Life festival and Airbound.

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Don Rimini Karaté.mp3

TICKETS AVAILABLE HYPERLINK “http://www.ticketmaster.ie” http://www.ticketmaster.ie HYPERLINK “http://www.tickets.ie” http://www.tickets.ie

Meneo.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags on April 14, 2009 by Kevin Breen

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SAT 18TH APRIL:TRANSMISSION@THE BUTTON FACTORY MENEO

DOORS 11PM:ADMISSION 10EU

http://www.myspace.com/transmissionclubdublin
http://www.myspace.com/meneo

MENEO is a 2-man A/V band based in Barcelona. The word itself means “bootie sway” in spanish. We can’t wait for this one. After amazing live perfromances at Antics, Electric Picnic and the now deceased Club NME, we know we can expect another manic performance from the game-boy master!

MENEO has played/collaborated/VJ/DJ with
Crookers, Bonde do Role, Modesektor, Kavinsky, ParaOne, DJ Funk, Sick Girls, Shitdisco, James
Murphy, Steve Aoki, Mumdance, DJA, Jason Forrest, Dat Politics, DJ Spooky, Deerhoof, Mika
Miko, Chicks on Speed, Bonobo, Zero dB…

Meneo in Dublin;

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Meneo @ Transmission 02/08/08 (after party)

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MENEO – OKUPA (zshare)

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