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This Easter, Ireland’s longest running electronic music festival, Celtronic, returns for the 23rd year. Some of the best international electronic music artists will converge on Derry over the Easter weekend from 6–10 April to play alongside the best local and national DJs, producers and live acts.
Saturday night at Celtronic 2023 features a massive lineup at Nerve Centre that includes Daniel Avery, Daithi and Cartin and many more.
Daniel Avery is an electronic music producer and DJ from Bournemouth, England. As a producer and remixer, he developed a raw, robust sound that incorporated his love for odd, alien elements. Avery's music encompasses abstract techno, house, IDM, and shoegaze.
Daithí is an Irish multi-instrumentalist producer that has long had a fascination with capturing organic sounds and samples.
His name has become synonymous with raising the bar for the live dance experience, mixing in unique elements like his signature fiddle – a symbol of his traditional Irish upbringing – alongside a chorus of talented musicians who elevate songs that have been purpose-built for a widescreen arena.Daithí on Youtube
Cartin is one of Derry’s most exciting new producers. His debut performance at Celtronic 2020 was a seminal moment that introduced him to an international audience. Since then he has released several brilliant tracks and played a Boiler Room set.