Responsible for bringing house and disco legends like Lil Louis, Mr Fingers, Unabombers, Metro Area and Nicky Siano ( Studio 54/The Gallery) to Dublin for the first time, Pablo has also been a ‘go to’ guy for promoters who are bringing disco, soul or funk legends to town – supporting the stellar likes of Chic, Roy Ayers, Parliament/Funkadelic and Amp Fiddler, as well as hip-hoppers like The Pharcyde and People Under The Stairs over the years. He currently holds residencies at beloved Dublin venues like The Sugar Club and Fidelity Bar.

Recently he has worked with David Mancuso protege Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy to bring a ‘Loft’ style party – Klipschorn speakers, Mark Levinson amp and all – to Dublin, as well as running a monthly party called ‘Mothership Connection’ in the basement of Ukiyo. He has also thrown the first of his ‘Dublin Disco All-Dayer’ events at Orlagh House in Rathfarnham, headlined by Black Science Orchestra and Daniel Wang.

In 2011 he launched a label named which reflects his wide-ranging tastes called Fatty Fatty Phonographics.

A home for reworks of classic disco, funk and soul records, which he handles along with production partner Shoey, along with modern house explorations from the likes of Chicago’s DJ Rahaan and Dublin born, Berlin based house auteur Tim Blake, the label has had heavyweight DJ support from the likes of Optimo, Bicep, Justin Robertson, Crazy P, Krystal Klear, Horse Meat Disco, Ashley Beedle, DJ Sotofett ( Sex Tags Mania), Luke Solomon (Classic), Kerri Chandler and Lil Louie Vega.

Pablo and Shoey have also contributed to the legendary UK label Paper Recordings’ ‘Trash The Wax’ compilations, as well as releasing an EP of their own on the label.