Black Gold - C’mon Stop
Dark, spaced out disco from Black Gold, released in 1983. Plenty of synths and weird vocals that will take you on a journey into the dark depths of space. Absolutely love this track!
Atlantis - Keep On Movin’ And Groovin’.
Great little funk/disco record that will put a smile on your face. Summer vibes all the way on this one!
Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King - Get Up Off Your Love
An album track from Evelyn’s 5th studio album ‘Get Loose’ from 1982. Proper feel good vibes! We’re giving you a wav DL on this one too!
Liz Torres - Can’t Get Enough
Classic house straight outta 1988 on iconic label, Trax records. This one’s an essential for any house fan. Strong, eerie female vocals and a big one at Levan’s Paradise Garage.
Alice resident DJ Byron did a guest half hour mini-mix for The Slip on Flirt FM (101.3) a few weeks back.
The Slip airs every Thursday night from 9.00-10.30pm with presenter Rory Bowens playing everything from Techno to Indie. www.flirtfm.ie
Delighted to announce the next guest joining Alice will be Irish producer and DJ Babestealer on Saturday March 23rd. We are teaming up with our good friends at club night Cult to bring you a double booking. Joining Babestealer on the night will another Irish producer and DJ Fion, brought to you by Cult. More info to follow.
Baby’s Gang & Denise - Let’s Dance In The Music.
Italo at it’s finest! Big drum beats and cosmic synths that are bound to get you fist pumping. I’ve had this on repeat the past week.
ALICE presents: Moon Boots
Factory, Electric Garden & Theatre
Feb 2nd | 23.00
Moon Boots track ‘Off My Mind’ has been an ALICE favourite and staple since our very first gig. Signed to label French Express alongside the likes of Chris Malinchak and Perseus and with support slots to big acts like The Magician last year, he’s only been on the way up. His singles ‘Sugar’, ‘Got Somebody’ and ‘Bills To Pay’ all made big waves too on the nu-disco scene in 2012. “Moon Boots entered the world in the mid-1980s via Cape Canaveral. After years of service as the preferred footwear of celebrity astronauts (notably Tom Hanks), Moon Boots came to life during a classified experiment aboard the International Space Station. Little is known of what actually transpired aboard the shuttle, but in short, Moon Boots became a sentient creature, equipped with reason, intuition, and groove. Before long, he grew tired of working for the space-military-industrial complex and found solace in the soothing sounds of underground disco and R&B boogie records. He knew it was only of matter of time before he was hung up like so many boots before him. He abandoned the program and used his savings to build a music-production studio in an unnamed U.S. location, where he is currently working.”