The legendary rock'n'roll party Death Disco hits Dublin again the night before St Patrick's Day, with DJs and Death Disco founders Alan McGee and BP Fallon. McGee changed the face - and ears - of British rock when he formed Creation Records and signed a then unknown Manchester band called Oasis. Now wisely retired from the crumbling record industry, he now runs Death Disco in London every week to packed houses and is responsible for the rise of Britain's hottest new band Glasvegas. Fallon - based in New York - spent much of last year working with Courtney Love in Los Angeles as well as DJing tours with The Kills and My Bloody Valentine. He was the first-ever DJ to have a rock show on Radio Eireann in the 60s, with his show 'Sounds Like BP Fallon' which featured guests like John and Yoko, Jimi Hendrix and John Peel. The DJing duo of Alan McGee and BP Fallon have thrown their famous Death Disco parties throughout America, Japan and Europe. Guest DJs who have popped up include Kate Moss, Courtney Love and Shane MacGowan - and even Ronnie Drew! Who knows who will join Alan and Fallon at Death Disco Dublin on March 16th at the revamped and revibed Buck Whaley's in Lower Leeson Street. Doors open at 10pm. Admission is €15