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Shane Codd
17 hours ago
Yes, yes! 🙌 🙌

I'm so excited to announce my very first headline show in Dublin (with some very special guests TBA!)

Grab a ticket and come and have a dance with me at The Button Factory on Saturday, 24th August.

https://bnds.us/gla8bs
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Send a request to Shane Codd to play in your city
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Shane Codd's tour

About Shane Codd

House music runs through Shane Codd’s veins. The 27-year-old’s love of the genre can be traced back
to when he was a young child, where he would listen to club-classics at home, in the car with his
mum, with his mates at school, anywhere. Its effect is fully felt on his breakout single ‘Get Out My Head’, which nods to the late ‘90s/early 2000s dance sound, albeit with his own unique twist.

Created in his bedroom at his family home in Ireland as a form of escape when life hit pause due to
Covid, the earworm of a track ultimately became inescapable itself, resulting in a Top 10 smash on
the Official UK Singles Chart as well as a Top 10 hit in his native Ireland, racking up over 50 million
streams across both territories alone.

Born in the small suburban town Clondalkin, just south of Dublin, Shane moved to the more remote
County Cavan when he was 11. Dance music, he admits, was a source of joy in an otherwise quiet
place. His earliest music memories include dancing to ‘I’m Blue’ by Eiffel 65 as a child and being
obsessed with 50 Cent and Eminem. He remembers his mum taking him to buy a new single on
Friday’s and buying the 2004 party-garage favourite ‘Babycakes’ on CD. Since then, his dance music
acumen has earned him one of Ireland’s most popular Spotify playlists, ‘Trance Anthems 90s-00s’,
which has over 82,000 followers.

At the age of 18, and bored with Business Studies at college, Shane began teaching himself how to
make music. While Shane is an entirely self-taught producer it wasn’t always easy, he remembers
dropping out of college for a year and moving into a ‘damp apartment in Dublin with no heating and
struggling to pay rent, all so he could focus solely on making music. “When I first started, it was so
complicated, but after a while I started to pick it up and run with it.” Five years on, he admits: “I still
have loads to learn, which is the exciting bit for me. I’m learning piano at the moment – it’s a life goal
of mine to get good at it.”

Shane’s ultimate goal is a simple but ambitious one. Like his heroes of the genre - Avicii, Gigi
D'AgosMno and Alice Deejay – he wants “to go down as a legendary dance producer, someone who is
respected, brought out good music and put on a great live show. I’d really love it if my music was
remembered in 20 years, like Robin S’ ‘Show Me Love’, a song that people sMll love and doesn’t get
old, truly classic tunes.
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Genres:
Edm, House
Hometown:
Cavan, Ireland

Latest Post

Shane Codd
17 hours ago
Yes, yes! 🙌 🙌

I'm so excited to announce my very first headline show in Dublin (with some very special guests TBA!)

Grab a ticket and come and have a dance with me at The Button Factory on Saturday, 24th August.

https://bnds.us/gla8bs
No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Shane Codd to play in your city
Request a Show
Shane Codd's tour

About Shane Codd

House music runs through Shane Codd’s veins. The 27-year-old’s love of the genre can be traced back
to when he was a young child, where he would listen to club-classics at home, in the car with his
mum, with his mates at school, anywhere. Its effect is fully felt on his breakout single ‘Get Out My Head’, which nods to the late ‘90s/early 2000s dance sound, albeit with his own unique twist.

Created in his bedroom at his family home in Ireland as a form of escape when life hit pause due to
Covid, the earworm of a track ultimately became inescapable itself, resulting in a Top 10 smash on
the Official UK Singles Chart as well as a Top 10 hit in his native Ireland, racking up over 50 million
streams across both territories alone.

Born in the small suburban town Clondalkin, just south of Dublin, Shane moved to the more remote
County Cavan when he was 11. Dance music, he admits, was a source of joy in an otherwise quiet
place. His earliest music memories include dancing to ‘I’m Blue’ by Eiffel 65 as a child and being
obsessed with 50 Cent and Eminem. He remembers his mum taking him to buy a new single on
Friday’s and buying the 2004 party-garage favourite ‘Babycakes’ on CD. Since then, his dance music
acumen has earned him one of Ireland’s most popular Spotify playlists, ‘Trance Anthems 90s-00s’,
which has over 82,000 followers.

At the age of 18, and bored with Business Studies at college, Shane began teaching himself how to
make music. While Shane is an entirely self-taught producer it wasn’t always easy, he remembers
dropping out of college for a year and moving into a ‘damp apartment in Dublin with no heating and
struggling to pay rent, all so he could focus solely on making music. “When I first started, it was so
complicated, but after a while I started to pick it up and run with it.” Five years on, he admits: “I still
have loads to learn, which is the exciting bit for me. I’m learning piano at the moment – it’s a life goal
of mine to get good at it.”

Shane’s ultimate goal is a simple but ambitious one. Like his heroes of the genre - Avicii, Gigi
D'AgosMno and Alice Deejay – he wants “to go down as a legendary dance producer, someone who is
respected, brought out good music and put on a great live show. I’d really love it if my music was
remembered in 20 years, like Robin S’ ‘Show Me Love’, a song that people sMll love and doesn’t get
old, truly classic tunes.
Show More
Genres:
Edm, House
Hometown:
Cavan, Ireland

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