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Prosumer playing in The Basement Nightclub Glenthworth Hotel



Prosumer, the world wide DJ will be taking the stage in the Basement nightclub Glenthworth Hotel on April 9 2016. The world proclaimed DJ is also referred to Achim Brandenburg from Saarbrucken, Germany. Vision, passion and knowledge make Prosumer a guardian of house music history and one of the formative artists, influential DJs and important producers of our days.

He is more in demand than ever as a performer and has made resident at illustrious Berlin nightspot Panoramabar.  It is this mighty space for which Prosumer is perhaps best known – his rich and expressive sets there, both splicing and advancing the legacy of those pivotal, aforementioned American cities (as well as referencing a wider swirl of deep-dance ideas), the stuff of contemporary club legend.

This is one not to be missed as we expect big things of Prosumer in the future, and night of quality musical selection will have those feet dancing well into the late hours! Prosumers new EP ‘Newborn’ skilfully balanced groove with deep atmosphere, leading quickly to an impactful follow-up with Murat Tepeli, ‘On A Ride’.

The Basement has been home to many DJs and entertainment act as it’s the go to place for a good night filled with music. €10 Early bird tickets are available in O and F coffee shop, Little Catherine Street or from otherwise it €12 before 11pm/€15 thereafter on the door of “The Basement.” Let us know what if you attend the event by using the hashtag #lovelimerick on social media and we will reshare and retweet all of our favourites!




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