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The launch night for this was a messy one. Skaturday is a monthly night up in The Workman’s Club, where myself and jaycarax from this parish and the Punky Reggae Party are allowed play some ska classics, and stuff from the broader family tree too. We launched this one on Arthurs Day (yeah yeah, it wasn’t a Saturday but exceptions can be made…) and the crowd seemed to approve. It will hopefully become a monthly.

Matt From The Dead 60’s steps in after us to see the night out. We kick off around 10pm. Bring yourself, your friends and your dancing shoes. The Workman’s is located on Wellington Quay, right next to the hotel Bono owns.

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Come see Mr. Carax DJ on Friday night at

Facebook event here.

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This Friday sees the seventh installation of the Punky Reggae Party. It will be my last blow out before my summer university exams, so hope to see you there.

Click to visit the PRP facebook page.

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This Friday sees the fifth installment of the Punky Reggae Party. Starting its life in Belfield, the night moved to Seomra Spraoi in December for more room, later opening hours and an enticing BYOB policy. This month sees Traycee up on the decks spinning a classic mix of Jamaican ska and rocksteady and Antrophe selecting his own dancehall reggae favourites. Carax and Jim will be on hand to see that punk, Oi! and mod revival is well represented. Hope to see you there.

Punky Reggae Party Vol. 5.

Saturday sees many of Dublin’s best punk, ska and rockabilly bands come together for a Haiti benefit gig in The Button Factory. I’m particularly looking forward to rockabilly legends Aces Wild and The Clash/Jam cover band Clash Jam Wallop.

Aid For Haiti, Saturday 27th February.

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Poster by Paul Guinan.

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