If you are having an end of year graduation or even an online meetup for the end of the year, then why not add some music to get everyone celebrating together.

We have created a Spotify playlist and a special set from one of Ireland favourite DJs, Donal Dineen. Make some room to dance and turn the speakers up loud! You can involve other friends and family through zoom, whatsapp or skype. Just make sure you keep yourself on mute until you want to talk!


We have a very special set from legendary Irish DJ, Donal Dineen. An hour of dance music from all over world to get you grooving!


And here's a very special set fro our very own Igor!



We have also put together a Spotify playlist of some of our favourite dance tunes!



If you need some inspiration for dance moves, try a few of these out!


1. Mr C. The Slide Man - Cha Cha Slide

Slide to the left, slide to the right, CRISS CROSSS! Stick this on the TV at home and let Mr. C show you the way....

2. The Carlton Dance

The Fresh Prince of Bel Air gave us 90's kids many things but nothing has stuck with me longer than the Carlton dance. Any time I hear 'It's not unusual' by Tom Jones, it's the only move to go to.


3. The Floss

Katy Perry did a performance on Saturday Night Live back in 2017 and the most remarkable thing that came out of the show was the floss dance that was performed during Katy's song by, who the media dubbed to be called, 'Backpack Kid'. Since then it has become a phenomenon and something that's great fun to see it performed well and also to see it perform disastrously.

Here's a simple tutorial on how you can master flossing:

4. The Twist

This is old school but it's still a classic! Chubby Checker is an American rock 'n roll singer who covered Hank Ballard & The Midnighters' R&B hit 'The Twist'. This cover version spawned a dance craze that swept dance floors across the US. Chubby also had some other hit dance moves like the pony and the limbo rock.

5. Jump Jump - Kris Kross

The clue's in the name with this one. This is a nice easy one to follow and it's great tune for introducing kids to hip hop with clean lyrics.

6. YMCA

Everyone knows this song and it's dance! They'll probably still be playing this song at weddings when your child is older. It's a great one to do with the whole family and is nice and easy to follow.

7. The Robot - Kraftwerk

There are a lot of different people who 'do the robot' but I feel like the original robots in music were German group, Kraftwerk: