Tuesday, 16th January 2018
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One of the best loved acts in Waterford is without question, Kristian Beyer, aka Âme DJ. He will make his fourth appearance for RePublik since 2007 which shows how much ever present DJ in the modern scene. Kristian has DJ'd all over the world and considers Waterford to be one of his "favourite places to play".

His last appearance was a special B2B with good friend Gerd Janson at the X event in 2015. This time he is back to headline on Saturday November 25th alongside Warren Sauvage and Pygmalion resident Colin Perkins. Doors open at 10.30 and limited tickets on the desk.

As core members of what they refer to as the Innervisions family, the duo are deeply involved in the group's operations. The imprint is renowned for exacting quality control, releasing only five or six titles a year encased in lavish artwork, many of which are widely tipped. With input from Wiedemann, Beyer and Dixon drive the label's A&R direction, selecting a few artists – who have included Laurent Garnier, Chateau Flight, Stefan Goldmann and Culoe De Song – to accompany the main cohort of Henrik Schwarz, Tokyo Black Star, and themselves. Fully prepared for the 21st century, Innervisions connects to its fanbase through a thoughtfully stocked web store which sells records, fashionable clothing and books like Tobias Rapp's Lost And Sound (which they translated into English) and its release subscription service. Ame are also crucial components of A Critical Mass, a live project that finds the pair, alongside Dixon and Schwarz, reworking the creative DNA of each other's songs in real-time. It's just one more facet of Âme's artistry, further evidence of the duo's position at the forefront of electronic music.

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