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Clubs: Tastemaker of techno hits Maiden City

The Cabinet of Myths and Keith Carnal, The Nerve Centre, Londonderry Tomorrow, 9pm

By Andrea McVeigh

In recent years, Amsterdam-based DJ Keith Carnal has risen to the status of tastemaker in the techno scene and has become a favoured producer with artists.

Carnal has been making music from a young age, and his music has focused heavily on melody and groove with a big percussion beat, so there's no doubt that it's made for filling dancefloors.

Support comes from Artwork residents Ryan Campbell and Tyrell Osuere, while the Fuse DJs will be choosing the tunes in room two.

Visit www.nervecentre.org for details.

Russ Yallop, Foundry, Belfast

Tomorrow, 10pm

Russ Yallop, from the Crosstown Rebels stable, burst onto the scene with his debut release, the aptly titled I Can't Wait, in 2010 and hasn't stopped moving forward since.

In the months after that he put out a number of strong of releases, while his podcasts for Ibiza Voice took him around the world.

For details, visit Facebook: Foundry.

Bryan Kearney Lush, Portrush

Tomorrow, 9pm

With 15 years of experience, there's very little left for Bryan Kearney to learn about the club scene.

He's known for his flawless technical skills, making this one of the must-see gigs in the north-west this month.

For details, visit Facebook: Lush Official.

Mark Casey & Pete Taylor The Batcave, Lurgan

Tomorrow, 9pm

After hosting a series of successful events in the Batcave club, the Syrag DJs are now kicking off a monthly residency in the venue.

It's being billed as Lurgan's only dedicated disco, house and techno night, with free admission too.

Mark Casey and Pete Taylor will be bringing the tunes.

For details, visit Facebook: Syrag.

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