|4 December: Alchemy Closing Party, The Cause, London, England|
Alchemy: Closing Party
Venue The Cause
Alchemy's last party at one of Tottenham's best spots brings through a whole lot of heavyweights.
Join us for the final Alchemy at London's favourite multi-room warehouse complex.
For this very special show we've assembled a stellar cast of over 20 killer DJ's spread across 4 sound-systems repping everything from Jungle/D&B, Techno, Dub, Hip-Hop, Funk, Rare Groove and Soul...it's going to be a party to remember!
Venue Entry Policy (please read)
We operate a No ID No Entry policy. Photos of ID or photocopies will not be accepted. ID needs to be a valid and in date form of identification, out of date forms of ID will not be accepted. We only accept passports, driving licenses, or Pass Cards only. All attendees will be searched on entry and will be asked to provide the relevant entrance requirements inline without our covid policy. We have ID scanners on entry and all ID will need to be scanned before entry.
● Entry/exit searches and the right to search whilst inside the venue/smoking area is a condition of entry. The entry search is mandatory, the others will be at the discretion of venue management.
● The Cause operates a zero-tolerance policy to drugs. Anyone found with illegal drugs will be banned from the venue and reported to the police. Anyone found to be asking for drugs or offering drugs will also be banned for life.
● Anyone found to be in possession of a weapon will be banned from the venue and the police will be called.
● All artists and promoters are subject to a search on entry to the venue.
Ticket entry times. If you have staggered ticketing for your event, it is important that purchasers adhere to these times to avoid complications on the door. Please advise your guests to please leave enough time to travel to the venue and aim to arrive at least 30 minutes before in case of queues. If the guest arrives later than the ticket specific time and we do still have space, they will be charged a top up fee for the late arrival.
*Please note, the late arrival fee will be paid to the venue. We staff our events based on ticket times and anticipated bar spend by each time. The late arrival fee will help cover some of this lost revenue. Last entry into the venue must be specified as 2.30am and if an ‘Entry anytime ticket’ is available, it must clearly stipulate 2.30am is the last entry.
Please Communicate this to your ticket purchasers, artists & management, it's imperative to avoid any complications on the day.
*read all the steps below*
We have spent a large amount of time evaluating the safest way to open in order to protect our staff, our operation and those that choose to dance with us.
Providing evidence of a negative lateral flow test is now a 100% mandatory condition of entry, with the procedures outlined in our process only.
We appreciate these extra steps, maybe more effort but we are doing this with the best intentions.
We feel they are necessary to aid validation, protecting the freedom and peace of mind inside our venue that we all desire.
We hope you can understand and make the effort for the safety of everyone.
Please note, we will keep it under constant review.
1. ORDER LATERAL FLOW TESTS FROM GOV.UK website to your home or collect from a local pharmacy.
2. Take the test up to 24 hours before the event and wait at least 30 minutes for the result. We recommend after you wake up, before eating or drinking.
3. Using your phone, take a photo of the test result alongside a passport or driving license with your photo clearly in view. (see example below).
4. If you have a negative test you will be permitted entry, but you MUST be able to provide the following to enter:
(A) The photo showing your test next to the clear ID (passport or driving license).
*The photo must be saved in the camera roll containing the time it was taken.
This is a 100% mandatory condition of entry that ALL customers, staff and performers are required to follow.
If you have any questions regarding our policy - please email email@example.com
6. If someone tests positive and they can not make the event due to testing positive, if a refund is requested, this will be forwarded on to the promoter to arrange and the responsibility will lie with the promoter.
|6 November: The Dance, Ramsgate Music Hall, Ramsgate, Kent, England|
The Dance with A Guy Called Gerald All Night Long
Venue Ramsgate Music Hall
Event 013...after the fantastic sold out party in 2021, A Guy Called Gerald's returns under the wooden beams on Ramsgate Music Hall on Friday 11th November.
This is a guy who just doesn't quit at being at the top of his game. His output is consistent and excellent. His DJ sets are a real journey through 30 years of the best electronic music. Those who came before will know and for those who missed out, get those tickets quick!
Set over two intimate floors, Ramsgate Music Hall has set itself apart with a wide genre offering over a consistently solid programme. With a beautiful D&B sound system, an all night long set from A Guy Called Gerald will take you through a mind full of acid-house, electro and techno delights.
THE DANCE has been created for the party people of Kent, so see you on the dancefloor.
Move Your Feet.
THE DANCE is 18+, ID required.
|2 October: Manchester Adored, The Circus, Bowlers Exhibition Centre, Manchester, England [Postponed from 28 March 2020]|
Our 1st Manchester Adored Event featuring the Very Best in the UK'S Tribute bands + LIVE DJ Set from BEZ (Happy Mondays) and LIVE PA from Rowetta (Happy Mondays)
28th November 2020
Manchester Adored PRESENTS the CIRCUS The GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH.
|12 September: Toi Toi, The Lion and Lamb, Hoxton, London, England|
|9 September: Reform Radio: Trip City Manchester Launch Event, Reform Radio, Manchester, England|
Reform Radio presents: Trip City with A Guy Called Gerald, Trevor Miller & DJ Paulette
Reform Radio will be hosting an exclusive Northern launch of the cult acid house novel Trip City and soundtrack reissue by Velocity Press with author Trevor Miller and pioneering producer & DJ, A Guy Called Gerald.
Hosted by legendary Hacienda resident & broadcaster DJ Paulette, audiences can watch the in-depth discussion exclusively on Reform's brand new revamped website which will also be launching on this date.
The event, delivered in partnership with Manchester independent beer company ShinDigger, will be open to attend for 10 lucky randomly-selected people.
To enter the competition, head to Reform Radio's Instagram/FB and share, like and comment on the Trip city post who you would like to experience this special event with.
For those attending, doors open at 7:30PM.
|3 September: Forum Birmingham Launch Party, Forum Birmingham, England|
Forum Birmingham Launch Party Feat. Netsky, Mike Skinner, Erol Alkan & More
Local hero Mike Skinner graces the opening party of Birmingham's premier new venue.
On Friday 3rd September we welcome 3,500 of Birmingham's best ravers to Forum Birmingham for our official launch party!
Netsky has been announced as our launch party headliner!
Local hero Mike Skinner is headlining with a DJ set next to a wealth of Forum’s resident DJs including Theo Kottis, Erol Alkan, Yung Singh, Shosh (24 Hour Garage Girls), Hammer, Barely Legal and Oneman.
|2 September: Trip City UK Launch Event, The House Of St Barnabas, London, England|
TRIP CITY UK LAUNCH EVENT - Q+A with author Trevor Miller and A Guy Called Gerald followed by DJ Afterparty.
Date and time
Thu, 2 September 2021
The House of St Barnabas
In the summer of 1989, when TRIP CITY was first released with a soundtrack by A GUY CALLED GERALD, there had been no other British novel like it. This was the down and dirty side of London nightclubs, dance music and the kind of hallucinogenic drug sub-culture that hadn’t really been explored since Tom Wolfe’s The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test.
For 2021 Trip City has been re-published by VELOCITY PRESS in an all-new incendiary incarnation – including new introduction by author TREVOR MILLER and foreword by CARL LOBEN (DJ Magazine) and a reissue of the soundtrack by A Guy Called Gerald featuring all five tracks on vinyl for the first time.
To celebrate this unique multi-media collaboration VELOCITY PRESS, A GUY CALLED GERALD and TREVOR MILLER will be holding a UK Launch Event at THE HOUSE OF ST. BARNABAS in Soho. The launch will include a ticketed Author/Performer Q&A moderated by MIRANDA SAWYER followed by AGCG exclusive ‘live' DJ set, plus DJs Carl Loben (DJ Magazine) and Sean McLusky (1-2-3-4 Records) playing classic music from the era.
Doors - 6.30PM
Q+A (Moderated by Miranda Sawyer) - 7PM
AGCG and DJ's from - 8PM
The life-changing work of The House of St Barnabas wouldn’t be possible without the generous donations of those who enjoy our club. We ask for a suggested minimum donation of £5 from attendees at our events to help support our Employment Preparation Programme; working together we can break the cycle of homelessness.
The House of St Barnabas is a charity whose vision is to create a future where lasting work is a reality for people affected by homelessness and social exclusion. Participants in our Employment Academy are given work placements throughout our not-for-profit members' club, enabling them to gain valuable work experience in a vibrant, inclusive and culturally driven space and City&Guilds awards in Hospitality or Business and Administration.
The club operates a strict door and capacity policy. In order to attend, your name must be on the guest list. The club reserves the right to refuse entry.
Regrettably, due to the nature of our building, there is limited disabled access. There is some information available on our website, but please do email firstname.lastname@example.org for any further detail.
|29 August: Crackle Presents: A Guy Called Gerald (Live), 24 Kitchen Street, Liverpool, England|
Crackle presents A Guy Called Gerald (live) tickets
24 Kitchen Street in Liverpool
29th August 2021
9:00pm til 4:00am (last entry 12:00am)
Minimum Age: 18
Crackle presents A Guy Called Gerald (live) on Sunday 29th August 2021
Join us on the 29th August as we bring the legendary A Guy Called Gerald to 24 Kitchen St for a Live in session performance alongside Local artist Michael Williams (Dark Wobble) and Crackle DJs (C Lowe, Will Kyno & ADHG). This will be a stand up no social distancing event with Tickets available for £15-£20.
"We’ve waited a while for this one and we couldn’t be more excited.
|21 August: JB's Acid House Party, Joshua Brooks, Manchester, England|
SATURDAY FROM 23:00
Duration: 5 hr
|21 August: WestendDJ Live From Defected HQ, Defected HQ, England|
Join us on August 21st as we celebrate twenty years of Westend DJ!
|14 August: A Guy Called Gerald ALL Night Long, Grow, Hackney, London, England|
SATURDAY, 14 AUGUST 2021 FROM 18:00 UTC+01-02:00 UTC+01
Duration: 8 hr
A Guy Called Gerald is 25+ years of dance music incarnate. From “Voodoo Ray” in 1988 to “Tronic Jazz” released on Germany’s respected Laboratory Instinct label in 2010, this man is a self-written bible of dance music.
He was the first UK acid house producer and achieved the rare feat of having not one but two instrumental dance tracks in the UK charts at the same time. He formed 808 State with a drum machine, a 303, 2 Roland SH101s and two other humans.
Over the course of his career, Gerald has collaborated with everyone from Frankie Knuckles and Goldie through to Derrick May and Herbie Hancock. His remix credits are equally impressive with reworks in his back catalogue for David Bowie, Lamb, Stone Roses, Can, Tricky and Roman Flügel as well as having toured with the likes of New Order and Bebel Gilberto.
The early part of this event will be outdoors and the latter part will be indoors.
Entry £5 after 8pm, there are no advance bookings for this event.
Please read our FAQs before coming >> https://growhackney.squarespace.com/faqs
Food & Drink
Our Spice Trail Menu is predominantly plant based, with some ethically sourced meat options, as part of our conscious drive towards sustainability. Our passion is for the cooking of the Middle East and southern Mediterranean so expect punchy flavours, warm spices and as always the best ingredients we can find to comfort and nourish the soul.
With our drinks, we partner with breweries St Austell and Signature Brew for our lagers and IPAs and serve organic wine and prosecco which help international wildlife charity, Born Free. We design our own drinks such as Vegan Hemp White Russian and homemade Hackney Spiced Rum and serve Kompassion Kombucha brewed in Grow Studios.
GROW AT HOME
This event will also be live streamed as part of our Grow At Home online series helps our existing communities stay connected, continue to collaborate and learn, as well as reach new audiences. sign up to our mailing list to find out more about it.
This support was only made possible thanks to Government’s Cultural Recovery Grant administered by Arts Council England.
About Grow, Hackney
An Experiment in Ethical and Sustainable Business.
Grow is an independent and self-organised eco-system of studios and a creative space with bars and a kitchen, created out of an old sausage factory by the River Lea in Hackney Wick. We work in partnership with artists, musicians, DJ's and community groups and host a diverse programme of events, including: live jazz and blues, open deck reggae, workshops and talks and art/film festivals. Grow pays London Living Wage, uses eco-electricity, sources ethically and locally and is free entry, wherever possible. We currently serve a seasonal menu and range of drinks, including organic wines and prosecco, cocktails, homemade Hackney Spiced Rum, cask ale and also offer a range of soft drinks including Kompassion Kombucha, Rejuce, Charitea, tea and Union Coffee.
www.growhackney.co.uk / https://www.growhackneystudios.com/
|8 August: North Fest Weekender, Anglers Arms, Failsworth, Manchester, England|
North Fest 2021
Anglers Arms in Manchester
Saturday 7th - Sunday 8th August 2021
12:00pm til 9:00pm (last entry 5:00pm)
No age restrictions
North Fest Proudly Presents Our 2021 Festival!
North Fest 2021 on Saturday 7th - Sunday 8th August 2021
With two years in the making be sure to be blown away by our 2021 festival line-up!
This year we will be having 2 days of live music which we hope to bring the community together after a rubbish couple of years!.
Saturdays Lineup is headlined by Tribute bands Courtbetweeners, Happy Mondaze, True Order as well as being hosted by Dave sweetmore.
Sundays Dance lineup is headlined by manchester legend DJ A Guy Called Gerald LIVE and Deeper purpose be sure to be dancing your sunday away with these two providing the vibes!
|7 August: Feelings Worldwide Returns, Canon Factory, London, England|
Feelings Worldwide - 12 All Day Dance Party
plus feelings worldwide family:
It's finally here, our big comeback dance, against all odds... pandemics, reschedules, venue changes, lineup changes, working out thunderstorms contingency plans, and it looks like we've cracked it and the party is finally going to happen.
We takeover a brand new space for parties in North East London, Cannon Factory right by Tottenham Hale tube.
Although intended to be entirely open air originally we have opted to keep the bulk of the party in one of the warehouses off of the main yard. Loads of natural light, palm trees, greenery and a fat martin audio soundsystem, and if the rain holds off and we get some sun, the full height service doors open out into a yard where we will have more sound piped, chill out areas, food traders and bars, creating a seamless half indoor, half outdoor space... So we're good to go whatever 🙂
The lineup that features A Guy Called Gerald playing jungle, Angel D'lite, D. Tiffany, Flight, InnerZone, iona, Local Group, 1-800 GIRLS, Baby Rollén, Brian Summers, The Menendez Brothers and myself, and is a made up with a combination of friends, legends and the Feelings Worldwide family making it extra special for our first dance back (extra love to DJ Flight for jumping in last minute to fill a gap due to cancellation).
All the info you need to know ahead of the day is here: http://ymlp.com/zPW3Jd
|6 August: Station Narva 2021, Narva, Estonia|
5 AUG AT 08:00 UTC+01 – 7 AUG AT 21:00 UTC+01
Muusika- ja linnafestival Station Narva 2021 toimub 5-7. augustil! Esimest korda on festivalikeskuseks Narva Muuseum, mis avab festivali külalistele uksed üle kogu maja ka öisteks avastusteks.
Laupäev / Суббота / Saturday, 7.08
- 𝐍, 𝟓. 𝐚𝐮𝐠𝐮𝐬𝐭: BAZAR arutelud, linnatuurid, linnakunstikonkursi võidutöö "Tänavaraamatukogu" avamine.
Loe lisaks 👉 https://stationnarva.ee/press-release-16-07-2021/
Festivalipassid müügil hinnaga 35€, festivalinädalal 45€. / Päevapiletid müügil hinnaga 25€.
Читайте подробнее 👉 https://stationnarva.ee/press-release-20-05-2021/
Фестивальные абонементы доступны по цене 35 евро, в течение фестивальной недели — по 45 евро. / Билеты на один день продаются по цене 25 €.
|22 July: Standon Calling, Standon, Hertfordshire, England|
Feelings Worldwide - 12 Hour Open Air Dance Party
plus feelings worldwide family:
It's been a long time coming, what will mark a year and half out of the dance, we're back with a bang as we takeover a very special new space in London for a marathon all day dance party.
Starting early and running 12 hours, from 11 - 11, we have got an extra special lineup in tow for our raviest party to date.
Judging by pre-sale we expect this party will sell out quite far in advance so we advise buying now ahead of the venue reveal.
It'll be worth it, trust us.
Crackle presents A Guy Called Gerald (live) tickets
24 Kitchen Street in Liverpool
Saturday 3rd July 2021
9:00pm til 4:00am (last entry 12:00am)
Minimum Age: 18
Crackle presents A Guy Called Gerald live performance alongside local DJ Michael Williams (dark wobble) and Crackle DJs (C Lowe, Will Kyno & ADHG)
|17 June: Trip City: A Guy Called Gerald & Trevor Miller in Conversation, Louder Than Words Festival|
TRIP CITY: A Guy Called Gerald & Trevor Miller in conversation - hosted by Dr Simon Morrison
Date and time
Thu, 17 June 2021
21:00 – 22:30 BST
For the first time in almost three decades screenwriter/author TREVOR MILLER and Manchester music legend A GUY CALLED GERALD re-unite to discuss their landmark collaboration, TRIP CITY - one of the first literary/audio works to feature the clubs and soundtrack of what became known as Acid House, reported in literature.
Moderated by nightclub expert, academic and noted author of DANCEFLOOR DRIVEN LITERATURE, Dr Simon A. Morrison - this one-off on-line event will take us through the evolution of late 80s electronica, the nightclub backdrop that spawned TRIP CITY and the unique influence this project had on the many other books and movies that came after it.
Louder Than Words Festival is proud to present this explosive live discussion that takes place between Manchester, London and Hollywood to celebrate the VELOCITY PRESS re-issue of TRIP CITY and the AGCG soundtrack - for the first time in paperback AND on vinyl - with an all new essay written by Trevor Miller and a landmark Forward from Carl Loben - Editor-In-Chief of DJ Magazine.
Expect some unique revelations and the sweat or steam that might take you back to The Second Summer of Love all over again! Not to be missed!
* We have 'event only', discounted 'event & paperback' bundles and discounted 'event & paperback & vinyl' combo tickets available. In partnership with the publisher Velocity Press, we are theONLY OTHER OUTLET able to release bundles before August!
** This event is part of our monthly series of online events and opportunities - a 40% discount for a year's subscription to our our Louder Loyalty Club is available - giving you access to a monthly event throughout the year (from the point of subscription), together with a host of other benefits. For all details and purchase options paste this link into your browser: http://tinyurl.com/y9f3xjxk
*** Please note - on Thursday 17th June, in addition to our 9pm Trip City event, we will also be hosting a 7pm in conversation event with Icelandic Heavy Metal band Skálmöld's bassist and lyricist Snæbjörn 'Bibbi' Ragnarsson with biographer Joel McIver. A discounted ticket for both events ( Skálmöld and Trip City)on Thursday 17th is available...
|12 June: Noise Test Croatia 2021, Bar Loca Villa, Tisno, Jezera, Croatia|
Noise Test Croatia Part 2
Venue Island Murter, Croatia, Šibenik-Knin County, DALMATIA, Croatia
Noise Test Croatia 2021.
June 3-6, Jezera, island Murter. ***JUST ANNOUNCED!*** Noise Test will do another festival on the following weekend 10-14th June on the same site, bringing 2 full weekends of bass!
Croatia has relaxed its visas – all they need from EU and non EU citizens is a rapid antigen test and proof of accommodation to come as a tourist! Don’t forget to fill out the Enter Croatia form: https://entercroatia.mup.hr/
We bring 2 festivals side by side celebrating the best of underground Drum&Bass, Jungle, Dubstep, Bass & Experimental music.
Noise Test concept of artists playing all their own unreleased music in full effect!
Noise London & Noise Test [est 2006]
Noise Test gives a platform to some of the most respected producers in the game to come share their WIPs [work in progress] with us.
The rules are simple – the tracks have to be yours and unreleased. This has proven to be a great way to give artists deadlines, to dig up those lost and forgotten tracks, and each time proves to be some of the most forward-thinking, inspiring music that is well on par with the biggest tracks out there, if not better!
These incredible sounds should not be allowed to lay stagnant on a computer hard drive. This is about the real artists unleashing their works, reaching the audience in a different way – and what better place than the beautiful Croatian coastline?
These events are a whole different listening experience and if you’re into Drum & Bass, Jungle, Experimental, Halftime, Dubstep, 130, deep, dark, dirty beats, or like us, have a lifelong passion for audio production, then you’re in for a treat! These artists are serious masters of their craft!
We record all our events:
Tickets £60 4x days. Includes camping. Deals available for those coming for both weekends!
*Nearest airports are Split & Zadar. Buses from both cities are available to Tisno or Sibenik which is close to Jezera, the town closest to the festival site. See map below for festival location which is a 30min walk from Jezera.
*Only LOCAL tickets will be sold at €20 per night, and these must be purchased in advance. All locals must show proof of negative antigen test.
*Anyone with a Noise Test ‘tape’ card has guaranteed life long, free entry to all our events, which includes this festival.
*We have 100% licence to go ahead with the event. Fully Covid compliant laws and practices of the time will be in action. The event will be capped at 1,000 guests until we receive the go ahead to allow more ticket sales.
*Tickets are 100% refundable, if you cannot make it due to covid/travel reasons, you can still grab a refund or opt for a +1 at the next festival of your choice. (More events announced for this Summer soon!) Message any of our social channels for more info.
*All announcements and updates will be visible here and our social channels.
*Reserve your place now!
10 JUN AT 11:00 – 14 JUN AT 05:00
Jezera ( Murter Island )
What an absolutely blinding weekend!
Fun days in between with surprise djs popping up from everywhere bringing all those sub-styles we love so much, Ambient, Jungle, Drum&Bass, Footwork, 130, Techno, Dubstep, Autonomic +. Thanks to everyone who's made it one or the most special weekends we've ever experienced. 🖤
Trying to find decent Internet to upload these recordings but there's too much heaviness, it cannot be handled. We'll be upping them as soon as poss.
Gearing up for the weekend waiting for this absolute LEGEND to land. A GUY CALLED GERALD will be gracing Tisno playing a LIVE set so all his own productions! From what we heard at the launch party and his studio these are some serious sounds that we cannot wait for him to unleash!! HYPE LEVELS AT THEIR HIGHEST!!
See you all the bar.
Joel McIver. A discounted ticket for both events ( Skálmöld and Trip City)on Thursday 17th is available...
|30 May: Hacienda House Party IV, Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, England|
The Haçienda House Party IV
FAC51 The Haçienda Returns For Two Huge Socially Distanced & Live Streamed Events May Bank Holiday Weekend
Haçienda Classical with Graeme Park & Manchester Camerata, DJ Paulette & Peter Hook.
Orbital & A Guy Called Gerald live with DJ’s Jon Dasilva & Justin Robertson here - bit.ly/HacHsePartyIV30May
The Haçienda House Party IV has been enabled by the DCMS’ & Arts Council England’s Cultural Recovery Fund.
|29 May: R3 Soundsystem, DJS Against Arms Sales, London, England|
R3 Sound System Presents: 24 hours of radio broadcast simultaneously on Soho Radio in London and our with partners in Palestine, Radio AlHara.
Join our selection of incredible DJs playing incredible music as part of a fundraising drive for CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade: https://caat.org.uk
Between 10th - 20th May, Israel’s bombardment of the Gaza Strip has killed over 230 Palestinians, over a quarter of them children; thousands more have been injured, and over 90,000 people displaced.
The UK government regularly approves military technology and arms exports to Israel. The UK has blood on it’s hands.
We are playing music to raise money to STOP THIS NOW.
Tune in at www.sohoradiolondon.com
|24 May: Rebel Music X Noise Test Festival Launch Party, The Cause, London, England|
Monday just got extra special!!! Join us for a pre-fest shindig in North London at The Cause! 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 Thanks Rebel Music HQ for having us!
We will be back inside the main room with full sound and production! People's Burgers infamous gourmet flavas on deck all night. Covered smoking area and fully licensed bar.
⭐️ Lineup ⭐️
Email email@example.com for FREE ENTRY and TABLE RESERVATIONS.
Maximum 6 people per booking. Walk-ins allowed!
|22 May: The Lot / Reviveher, Hwk, Hackney, London, England|
Well look at that: it’s been just over a month since the shackles were partially loosened and we could gather in groups outside, and already the next rule of relaxation is upon us. So, to celebrate the end of the outdoor rule of 6, REVIVEHER are back in The Lot at HWK and ready to soak up the rays in style. The VOODOO RAYs to be precise…
Yep, you guessed it - on Saturday 22nd May, REVIVEHER presents A Guy Called Gerald!
It’s an honour and a privilege to have such a legendary figure bring his own Music Sweet Music to our little outdoor Hackney Wick party paradise.
Words like “legend” and “innovator” get bandied around a lot these days. But with A Guy Called Gerald, they do little justice to the impact he’s had on electronic music. With 1988’s Voodoo Ray and his work as a founding member of 808 State, he kick started Europe’s acid house movement and gave birth to British dance music as we know it, and has continued to push boundaries and sculpt genres ever since.
This is A Guy who has played on the biggest stages in the world. From every major festival, to every iconic club, to the Sydney Opera House…and next Saturday we’ll all be able to accompany him on a sonic journey from the intimacy of The Lot in little old Hackney Wick. And for that, we should all be very, very excited.
Support comes from our good mate and incredibly talented producer/killer DJ Izaak from Earth, who is one half of musical act Earthboogie. When not on the deck, Izaak spends his time in the studio or developing and building custom high fidelity audio system for venues around the UK, including the very one at The Lot!
This is going to be our best (and hopefully last) sit down disco yet.
Can’t wait to see you guys there!