Today FM has announced details of an exclusive one-of-a-kind music gig produced and fronted by newest voice on the station and host of ‘Block Rockin’ Beats’, Declan Pierce.
On Thursday, 25th of January Declan Pierce will present Block Rockin’ Beats Live at The Sugar Club and will bring a bizarre twist for guests attending. The station says it’s a show that will blow your minds.
Describing what guests can expect on the night, Declan said: “If you love music, drums, beats, and fancy seeing your favourite dance anthems performed by real tribal drummers, then you will love this show. You’ll never see more drums on one stage at one time with a DJ! This show is bursting with energy. It’s raw, tribal and jammed with the biggest dance anthems of all time”.
Declan has taken inspiration for this live show from his musical heroes The Prodigy’s Liam Howlett, Chemical Brothers and Faithless, all of which will appear on the setlist on the night. Today FM tells us that Declan has worked with one of the best production teams in Ireland to deconstruct these tracks and rebuild them for a performance with a full troop of drummers called ‘The Hit Machine’ live on stage.
Declan continued: “It’s difficult to explain in words exactly how this show looks and sounds on stage. It’s like a cross between Vikings, Celtic Warrior drummers and a DJ, coming together to fuse their ideas about music. You will have never heard dance anthems performed like this before. It’s a total visual and audio experience that is not to be missed. If you arrive at the venue and sit down, you’ll be on your feet from the very first beat – it’s infectious!”
The event is FREE and takes place on Thursday, 25th January (9pm ‘til late) in The Sugar Club, Dublin. Spaces are extremely limited. To register for a chance of heading along to the event go to todayfm.com/live
Declan’s Friday night show ‘Block Rockin’ Beats’ began on Today FM in October 2017 and brings listeners classics from the world of Dance, R&B, Pop Rock with a few surprises lobbed in to keep them on their toes.
The station has announced that from Saturday, 27th of January Block Rockin’ Beats on Today FM will move from Friday nights to Saturday nights (6-9pm).