All hands on decks

DJ Kelly-Anne Byrne offers a personal perspective on the joyous sensation of playing music to a crowd

16th July, 2017
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It’s 12pm on a sunny Sunday in 2012, and myself and my DJ partner Phil Boyle are about to take to the Casa Bacardi stage at Electric Picnic. It’s our first time on this stage, we’re here to represent Dublin’s Mother nightclub, and we rock it.

I notice some of my regular friends from the club smiling, waving frantically at me. I wave back and think how nice...

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