Rising Irish DJ/Producer Josh Coakley to Play Opium Rooms

Hotly tipped Irish DJ/Producer Josh Coakley is set to appear as the official support act for Bontan in Dublin’s Opium Rooms on April 28th.

Rising from the ashes of Dublin City, Ireland’s gradually growing electronic music scene, recently turned 18-year-old House DJ/Producer Josh Coakley is one of the youngest Irish talents to be publicised on an international platform.

Equipped with a hard-working and humble approach to his craft, Josh has graced the likes of his homeland Ireland, London, Liverpool, Newcastle, Glasgow, Greece and Ibiza supporting names including Route 94, Anton Powers, Sam Divine, Franky Rizardo,Eats Everything,Bontan and Waze & Odyssey, Scott Diaz, Curtis Gabriel, Damon Hess, John Gibbons and Sam Holt to mention a few.

In addition to this, he has achieved 19 releases on such respected labels as Simma Black, Onefold Digital, XYLO Music and Let There Be House, Pukka Up Deep, SevenEves Records, Luxor Music, TurnItUp Musik, Onefold Digital, Let There Be House, General Surgery Records & Zone Records plus many more.

His recent remix of the classic track WRKME from Scott Diaz was signed to Simma Black, making him the youngest and only person in Ireland to be signed to the label.

Josh is currently working on official remixes for some big names in the music industry and will be doing a huge collaboration track with Eats Everything which will be released in 2017.

He also completed a circuit performing in Ibiza last season at EDEN, Ocean Beach, LYT, Pukka Up boat parties and headlined in the boutique at Sankey’s for The Redlight. He was also a runner up in last year’s awards for the best grass roots newcomer Ibiza DJ by Ibiza Clubbing Guide and the Evermix competition in 2016/2017 and recently has been nomination in the PureM Awards in the best male (solo artist) category, he only DJ/Producer in Ireland to be featured.


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