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NOISE Music in partnership with Red Line Festival present: Give Us the Night

at North Clondalkin Library

L-R: Baliboc, Bambi, R. Kitt, Sunil
DateThursday October 13th
Time8:00 pm
VenueNorth Clondalkin Library

As part of this year’s Red Line Festival, North Clondalkin Library and NOISE Music are inviting Give Us The Night to take over the library for an evening of music and discussion. This event is to launch a series of collaborations between South Dublin Libraries, the NOISE Music DJ Programme and Give Us The Night in 2023. Give Us The Night is an independent volunteer group of professionals operating within the night-time industry, campaigning for positive changes to nightlife in Ireland, with particular regard to music venues. One of their most active members Robbie Kitt will be presenting the evening's performances, which will be an incredible mix of ethereal beats, euphoric sounds and underground club classics from three of Ireland’s most highly regarded DJs.

There will be a free return bus service from the city centre to the event.  

The bus will depart from Heuston Station at 7.30pm.

Please book a combined bus and event ticket if you wish to avail of the bus.  



Club Comfort co-founder and resident DJ, Baliboc has earned a fierce reputation with his angular approach to deejaying. He sets his own pace by embracing both furiously quick cuts and more drawn-out blends in his mixing style, connecting the dots between divergent musical worlds in ways that are often surprisingly satisfying. He has played club sets in Cork, Galway & London as well as Dublin. He has also made appearances at Irish festivals such as Body & Soul, Electric Picnic & All Together Now.



Bambi is a musician and DJ based in Dublin. Her music, live shows and DJ sets touch the borders of a range of euphoric and meditative genres in electronic and popular music.

R. Kitt

R.Kitt is a DJ and producer from Dublin, Ireland. He makes music with real, deep feeling, drawing influence from the futuristic sounds of Detroit Techno pioneers and the euphoric melodies of mid 90s trance and tech tracks that shaped the sound of Dublin. His music is intended to represent a frequency different from your surroundings, and the dance is a path to somewhere else. He is firmly immersed in the local scene in Dublin running parties with the Dip collective for 6 years in DIY spaces and holding a monthly residency on community radio station Dublin Digital Radio as well as regularly DJing all over the country. His live sets have particularly stood out in the last couple of years and gained traction on an international level with performances at Printworks in London and all over the festival circuit in Ireland, the highlight being the set at AVA Boiler Room in 2019 which showcased the raw, energetic escapism of the music to a packed out, fully turbo Belfast crowd.



Ireland’s Sunil Sharpe is one of Europe's most renowned and well-loved techno DJs. Gaining an enviable reputation for his DJing in the early '00s, he was soon invited to play at Berlin's Tresor Club, marking the start of an intensive involvement in the electronic music scene. Known primarily for his fast-moving, skillful style on the decks, Sunil's reputation as a producer of raw, individualistic techno, has grown in tandem. He has recorded for labels such as BPitch Control, Works The Long Nights, Black Sun Records, Mord, Rave Or Die and many more. Sunil also makes up one half of Tinfoil alongside fellow Dublin-based producer DeFeKT, runs the wonderfully erratic Earwiggle imprint, and teaches at Bray Institute of Further Education (on the first and longest running full-time DJ course in Ireland). He also leads Give Us The Night, a volunteer group of professionals operating within the night-time industry, campaigning for positive changes to nightlife in Ireland.