Kormac with support from Dimebag DJs Tickets | Oh Yeah Centre Belfast  | Sat 2nd February 2013 Lineup

Kormac with support from Dimebag DJs tickets

Oh Yeah Centre in Belfast

Saturday 2nd February 2013

8:00pm til 1:00am (last entry 11:30am)

Minimum Age: 18

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Kormac with support from Dimebag DJs on Saturday 2nd February 2013

Kormac divides his time between his studio in Dublin and a busy touring schedule. He plays regularly throughout Ireland, UK and mainland and Eastern Europe either DJing, performing his audio-visual shows or playing with his own 11-piece ensemble, Kormac's Big Band.

Kormac has been releasing as a solo artist since 2007 releasing The Scratch Marchin', Good Lord and Showtime EPs worldwide.

He released his debut album, Word Play, on Scribble Records in 2010. It features DJ Yoda, Koaste (Black Grass,) DJ Cheeba (Solid Steel/Ninja Tunes,) Messiah J & The Expert and MC Little Tree.

He has just released a new single (featuring author Irvine Welsh) and his second album will be released during 2012 showing a new musical direction.

Armed with new DJ technology, he now plays, scratches and manipulates audio AND video using turntables. Kormac is now touring the show solo, playing all content himself.

Kormac's setlist in the Oh Yeah centre will also see him supported by the Dimebag DJs.

Dimebag DJs are a growing force in Belfast, with a residency in the Black Box as well as running their own monthly Electro Swing club night in Belfast 'The Floating Speakeasy' aboard the Belfast Barge.

What they said...

"Kormac's stuff rocks - I'm a big fan of what he's doing right now... clear dancefloor bangers" - DJ Yoda

"He played live at Annie Mac Presents and had a barbershop quartet singing harmonies, plus trombones, trumpets and a double bass. He was scratching - it was the most bizarre setup I've ever seen, but it really works." - Annie Mac (BBC Radio 1)

"Reminds me of a cross between Kid Koala and Fingathing" - DJ Food (Ninja Tunes)

"Their performance will rank up there as one of the most memorable moments on the show over the past seven years." Dan Hegarty (2FM.)


Music Genres: 

Hip Hop, Jazz

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