Tenth Planet presents:
Donnacha Costello DJ set
Corrugated Tunnel Live Show
Crawdaddy, Saturday August 20th
Tenth presents an evening of home-grown electronica with one of Ireland’s best Donnacha Costello at the helm for a rare extended Dj set, also on the night we have Corrugated Tunnel returning also to Tenth Planet with a new exclusive live show. The tunnelled one has promised a showcase of new unreleased material along with material from his excellently received ‘Minor Obsessions’.
Donnacha Costello [Minimise, Poker Flat]
There are few artists these days that consistently succeed to focus their passions, talents and instincts into deliciously individual, melancholic, beautiful and timeless recordings. Irish born Donnacha Costello is amongst the highest ranks of such artists.
There can be no question that Costello is in electronic music for the long haul. Since his production debut in 1996, he has forged his very own brand of emotional and highly refined electronic music; timeless club music which has consistently found its way into the crates and playlists of house and techno’s biggest DJs,
Plenty of artists reinvent themselves, but few do it with such obvious intent as Donnacha Costello. From his earlier releases on D1. To ‘The Colour Series’, to his more recent closing and re-opening of Minimise ….To his new ‘Look Long’ platform. Here’s an artist who’s carved his own path.
Corrugated Tunnel LIVE show with Antoinette //
We welcome Corrugated Tunnel back for a new LIVE show. Complete with the guest vocalists in toe for what promises to be a night to remember with plenty of new unreleased material along with material from his excellently received ‘Minor Obsessions’.
“Over the past five years, James has put out melodic techno records on labels like Plastica, Night Vision and Urban Torque. Minor Obsessions will be his third full-length, following I Am Corrugated from 2008. Like much of James’ work to date, the album presents a melodic and emotionally tinged style of techno, with nods to Italo disco and classic house.”