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August 22 2014

Selftalk

where The Library Project, 4 Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
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when 7pm

how much Free, book €10

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book launch

Self Talk

Like a New Year's Resolution in a pocket sized book, Paul Walsh is telling you that it all boils down to self talk. Best known for *that* babyoiled caLEANdar shoot, and p-p-pushing it to the limit in this Le Cool video, Paul is passing on his good-living wisdom in a tome beautifully designed by Keith Nally and wittily illustrated by that grand drawing Dame Fatti Burke. Whether you're looking to slim down, get fit, or stop being a judgey, stink-eye-shooting pest, Paul's got some advice to you. Stop talking shit to yourself, basically. Think good thoughts, and you will be good beings. "What you say is what you see" is your new maxim, mantra, key to melodic mindfulness, and it could be transformative. Get your mitts on this limited edition book, and be your best you. / Kate Coleman

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August 22 2014

Ronayersubiquity

where The Sugar Club, Lower Leeson Street, Dublin 2
01 678 7188
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when 8pm

how much €22.50

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gig

Roy Ayers Ubiquity

Last time Roy Ayers was in town he brought the house down with jazz-funk hits from his 1970s heyday with his band Ubiquity. Laid back numbers including the much loved Everybody Loves the Sunshine peppered the set amongst disco-infused stompers like Don’t Stop the Feeling and Can’t You See Me. With his malletKAT midi-controller, the Vibesman flits between lead synths and more authentic vibraphone emulations, while his backing band sound like they’ve been transported straight from the 70s, bringing the funk to new levels of audacity. At 73 years of age, Ayers’ vibes solos are as dazzling as ever and his music has indeed become ubiquitous, having drifted into the contemporary mainstream through widespread sampling by hip-hop and R&B artists from Snoop to Jill Scott and Madlib to Mary J Blige. This is where it all began. / Dave Desmond

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August 22 2014

Hunee

where The Twisted Pepper, 54 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin 1.
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when 10:30pm

how much €12/€10

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birthday party

MUD: Hunee

If I had 3 words to describe Hunee they would be generous risk taker. The Rush Hour / Future Times daredevil is probably the only DJ in the world to LEAVE Berlin (collective gasp) - exiting the magical mecca after 13 years to enjoy new adventures in plastic fantastic LA. This born-free attitude resonates in Hunee's handiwork, through genre-bending sets and colourful collaborations. With maverick meshes of flashing disco, burning funk and serotonin-laden house: this crate-digging king literally thinks outside the (DJ) box. Hunee is guest of honour at Discotekkens rootin’ tootin’ birthday party as they celebrate hitting the big FIVE. With residents and Loud Mouth Collective handing out the happy vibes - things are about to get totes emoji. / Rachel Hegarty

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August 22 2014

Godhelpthegirl

where Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
01 679 3477
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God Help the Girl

God Help the Girl, and all the rest of us too. The directorial debut of Belle and Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch, this film follows a trio of characters who have definitely described themselves sincerely as 'so fucked up' at some point as they attempt to start a band. It's quirky. Really quirky. Those of you who see fit to wear ankle socks with bare legs in adulthood will love it. It reunites Hannah Murray and Olly Alexander, who had a love-thang in the wrapping up of E4's Skins, and adds Emily Browning (whose lovely fringe in A Series of Unfortunate Events led to an unprecedented self-inflicted scalping for this writer) to the shambolic mix as they attempt to look after themselves and each other, all while trying to become a hit band. All you nineties indie kids will love the music, and all you noughties "WEAR ALL THE TOPSHOP!" kids will fall for the quirks and the characters - this is a film really daring to bridge the gap. / Kate Coleman

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