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Shine on with Techno in the Tele print hall

Len Faki The Telegraph Building, Royal Avenue, Belfast Tomorrow, 8pm

By Andrea McVeigh

Not that long ago, this newspaper was produced in the 19th century Belfast Telegraph building on Royal Avenue, which hummed and thrummed to the sound of journalist chatter and keyboard clatter.

Tomorrow, it is the venue for a Shine spectacular, featuring local and international techno artists, headlined by Berlin-based DJ, producer and label owner, Len Faki. Joining him is UK producer Blawan and turntable hero Phil Kieran giving the opening set.

  • For details, visit shine.net

Bicep Live

Ulster Hall, Belfast, Tomorrow, 8pm

The talented electronic music duo known as Bicep have released an album and they're off on a global tour to promote it.

The Belfast-born, London-based twosome, Andy Ferguson and Matt McBriar, released their eponymous debut album, Bicep, this month on the Ninja Tune label.

To celebrate that fact, they're playing live at one of the city's most iconic venues, the Ulster Hall at Bedford Street - a fitting location for two local heroes.

  • For details, visit Facebook: Feel My Bicep.

Danny Howells, Jody Barr

Sugar nightclub, Londonderry, Tomorrow, 10pm

The guys from Jika Jika bring the month to a close with two of their favourite guest DJs, Danny Howells and Jody Barr. Howells needs little introduction to fans of progressive and tech house, thanks to his work with the Global Underground team, and his Science Department collaborations with Dick Trevor. Jody Barr is equally revered, thrilling fans with releases and live sets in clubs including Ministry of Sound.

  • For details, visit Facebook: Jika Jika.

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