2011 is set-up nicely with remixes of ‘She Is Music’ dropping on Planet E, an ep alongside fellow Irish producer Sian entitled ‘Vertigo Of The Modern’ appearing on John Digweed’s Bedrock and further EP’s on the way for Tresor in Berlin and Skryptom from Paris. A critically acclaimed Transitions mix for John Digweed, podcasts for Data Transmission and Ibiza Voice and appearances on the like of Marc Romboy’s Systematic Radio should ensure Psycatron’s year continues where the last one left off.

The UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Australia, South America and the Netherlands are all set to play host to the guys over the coming few months while they also settle in to the eight year of their residency at Irish institutions Shine and the Stiff Kitten where they’ve built a fiercely loyal local following and supported everyone from Sasha and Digweed to Carl Cox, Adam Beyer, Dubfire and Simian Mobile Disco.

Two years of consistently great releases and club and festival appearances to match has seen Psycatron stock rise considerably around the world, with their star truly in ascendance.

“Psycatron perform an outstanding live set ” Dave Clarke

“These guys are fantastic, definitely a name to look out for” John Digweed

“Their hybrid, genre-bending live set sees them splice, filter and mess with anything – from their own productions to underground house and techno classics – with devastating effect” DJ Mag.?
“I LOVE Psycatron” Laurent Garnier “Psycatron is one of the acts of the year” Agoria

“One of the most exciting outfits of their genre” Data Transmission

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