Good news for Ireland's electronic music fans as Disclosure will play two hotly-anticipated dates in Ireland next month.

The dates in question are November 14th in Galway's Black Box, followed by a date in Dublin's Olympia Theatre the following night on November 15th. To get your hands on tickets all you have to do is point your browsers to where a limited number of free (yes, free!) tickets will be made available.

Disclosure are comprised of English brothers Guy and Howard and they have shot to the top of the UK charts with their first album 'Settle' - an album which has brought them considerable recognition, including a much sought after Mercury Music Prize nomination.

Heineken Live Project is also inviting gig goers to visit the Heineken Mixtape Recording Booth for individual recording sessions at both the Dublin and Galway shows, where Galway's own Daithi will compile some of the sounds captured and create an original bespoke Heineken Live Project track to accompany the Mixtape video which will also be shot that night.

The track and video will be added to the Heineken Live Project Mixtape which was launched by Le Galaxie at this year's Electric Picnic. Others who will contribute to the project in future include dance duo Dead Prezidents, as well as some other surprise announcements to come.

Tickets to Heineken Live Project events are FREE and available through, with tickets being released for the Galway show on October 15th and the Dublin show on October 17th at 2pm on a first come, first served basis.