WOB! is a Serbian/Irish musician, electronic music producer and DJ. He plays drums, guitar, bass, keys and turntables.

WOB! joined the Irish music scene in 2008 as a session drummer and played around the country with many bands, including the legendary Jerry Fish.

Currently on a mission to bring chill out vibes, feature local singers and showcase Ireland’s beautiful scenery, WOB! can be found behind the drums performing liquid drum and bass music with a 5pc band.

With relaxing visuals filmed in the West of Ireland and the hot Mediterranean, WOB! delivers a summer vibes packed audio-visual combo that will place your mind in a chill out zone while your body goes wild.

The Irish Times selected the music video for 2017 single ‘Higher’ as ‘Video of the Week’, the song was No 1. on Spin 103.8FM Irish Alternative’s top 3 chart for five weeks, and has been selected as the official Vantastival 2017 aftermovie soundtrack, powered by Volkswagen Ireland.

WOB! closed 2017 with a special guest live set at the interactive show BYOBeat by Desperados/Heineken, and new material is set for release in late 2018.





Winners of Best new band name Award at Electric Picnic 2016

Though they’ve been around since 2013, this is my first exposure to the onomatopoeic finery of Dublin drum-and-bass band Wob! (Exclamation mark theirs, though very much warranted.)

The Irish Times

“WOB!” refers to the wobbly bassline that is a feature of this Dublin’ act’s sound.


The title track of the EP is a upbeat delight, a bright synth groove with vocals by Sheena Styles that showcases the kind of style that WOB! are able to embody.


An essential release, familiarise yourself with WOB! and get set to MOVE!


Their truly unique blend of drum ‘n’ bass and electronica impressed the pants off the GoldenPlec crew at festivals including Knockanstockan, Vantastival and Electric Picnic last year. WOB!’s unmissable set is guaranteed to get you dancing.

– GoldenPlec

The ability to recycle and upcycle music appears to be the challenge for most acts these days, especially within Electronica. But Dublin-based WOB! are flying the flag for the scene here in Ireland.

– The Irish Daily Star

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