Sunday, November 25, 2007
Anyone who as ever had a peak at the sprawling threads on early dance music clubs in Ireland over at Boards.ie, and then left with their eyes still scouring for more, will be happy to see Cork promising this little piece of recent social history.
Don't know how I missed it till now.
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