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2Klub Newsletter 2004: January (4)
CLUB INFO AND REVIEWS

Reckless, Birmingham, "On Hold"

Reckless, the Saturday afternoon club event held on Broad Street appears to be on hold after the following was posted by DJ TJ Hooker on the God's Kitchen web board on 24th. January.

At the moment reckless is on hold.... We are currently looking at a few new venues and are looking to change the opening times to suit where these venues are located.. More will be revealed when we have secured the venue we have in mind... but until then we are keep our cards very close to or chests........ Reckless will be back bigger and better than ever.....

DropZone, Closed Temporarily: Moving from Walsall to Birmingham

The following announcement from Charlotte Birch dated 25th. January:

YESTERDAY DROPZONE SECURED ITS NEW VENUE. ON SUNDAY APRIL 18TH WE RELAUNCH AND CELEBRATE OUR 2ND BIRTHDAY AND DROPZONE RECORDINGS LAUNCH PARTY @ HIDDEN WROTTERSLET ST BHAM. 4PM TIL 12AM.
I WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE FOR THEIR SUPPORT AT SOFA SOFA AKA STUDIO45 BUT IT WAS TIME TO MOVE ON. ONWARDS AND UPWARDS I SAY!!!

WE WILL BE GIVING AWAY COPIES OF OUR 1ST RELEASE AND LAUNCHING A DJ COMPETITION TO WIN A SET AT DROPZONE.

Review: Sundissential @ Pulse 2, Birmingham. The Re-Opening on 24th. January 2004


One of my favourite comedians was Tommy Cooper, a big, funny-looking man who included a magic routine in his act. Part of the fun was watching to see whether he would cock-up the trick, as it often looked as though he would, but often as not he wouldn't and he'd pull off an amazing feat of magic, "just like that".

Well, I went to the re-opening of Sundissential last Saturday wondering whether this time it would all go Pete Tong and, to my amazement, found that they'd pulled it off again, "Just like that". Even more surprisingly perhaps was the fact that for me this was the best Sundissential I'd been to in YEARS! Better than Cobarna, by miles. Better than The Academy. Better than The Sanctuary. Better than DNA. The club had last been at Pulse four years ago, and it really did have the old atmosphere back again. For me, and I hazard a guess, for most people too, that was the most important thing. There were plenty of niggles of course - but the management had had literally only days to get the venue into shape for the opening, and there were volunteer helpers who were at the opening in the paint spattered jeans they'd been wearing earlier in the day. Some things needed improving, but they were all clearly things which could and would be improved, and frankly had the venue been perfect but the atmosphere not there, then people would have been disappointed. As it was, it was Sundissential as I remember it: the right kind of people, having a very happy time, having fun, and being one of the friendliest crowds on the face of the planet.

The venue has two rooms one for Funkissential and one for hard dance. I stayed in the latter so really can't comment on the music in the Funkissential room, though I know that was busy, (as was the whole club), and I recall being told that DJ Wez Marx, who was playing in the Funkissential room, got a shout out on Radio 1's Essential Selection earlier that night.

The hard room was graced by a superb line-up which, with only one exception, lived-up to its promise, and then some. Strange Dave played an excellent warm-up set, Steve Thomas played a wonderful and evocative Sundissential Classics set and Ian M then blew the roof off with a superb driving techno set. The exception was, well, I'd say the uniform opinion I canvassed could be summed up as "awful" - what seemed often to be a pre-programmed set of "Stop-Start Techno, with the emphasis on "Stop", which paid little attention to the dancefloor, and the inertia it was creating there. But Strange Dave, Steve Thomas and Ian M more than compensated for that lacklustre performance, and everyone was otherwise in such a good mood that it hardly seemed to matter.

Overall, I doubt the re-opening could have gone much better. The club was full, the music was great, the people superb, and everyone I spoke to then and afterwards had had a very enjoyable time. Well done Sunnies. Keep it up!

Review: Riot! @ The End, London, Sunday 25th January 2004
by Camden Nurse


We’ve heard it a million times before, yet I will say it again, with no less enthusiasm than the last – Riot! continues to be one of the top events in London!

Voted the event of the month (twice may I add) in Mixmag in the year 2003, and the party still shows no signs of stopping!
Many attendees would have stayed out the whole weekend, with this being their 3rd or 4th event, still managing to drag their slightly un- able bodies along for a boogie. Others may stay in all weekend, until the Sunday arrives and they go fresh faced and clear head, and there are those who go from the faithful ‘word – of – mouth’ factor. Whichever reason they attend, it has always been difficult to sum up the crowd in one stereo – type; DJs, Promoters, Producers, dancers, clubbers, ravers, reviewers, gay, straight, bi, swingers, young, old (er), yet all very genuine in attitude.

The floors of both the hard dance and funky room, are splashed with folk who are all there for the same fundamental reason: to have a bloody good time!

For those that have never been to The End, it’s a delight! With big comfy sofa’s in the Bar Room (hosted by The Ignition Crew & Cheshire Cats on this occasion), nicely sized tables, and a good view of the DJ box, it’s guaranteed that at some point during the event (running from 3 pm – late on the last Sunday of every month, yes you will get paid then) you’ll be scratching your head wondering which room you wish to locate yourself in...

A large archway provides the structure for the larger rooms holding the hard dance beats, with a comfortable look into the DJs at work situated almost in the middle of the room, surrounded by clean floors. DJs Danny Gilligan, Shan, Ting, Ed Real and B.K provided perfect entertaining sets that literally rip up the dance floor, you can’t get much better than this!

Clean toilets, toilet attendants, cigarette machine, and reasonably priced drinks, an absolute bargain at a mere £6 on concessions Guest list. With shops close by, car park opposite, and several pubs for before / after drinking, it’s like finding a new home with all the perfect facilities surrounding it.

So, with several factors ticked off the checklist, with large enthusiastic attitude, the music WOW factor is always constant and dirty as hell. At no point can you honestly say you’re bored, you have to tap your feet or nod your head at the very least! Ed Real, Element 7 and the Riot! Crew should pat themselves on the back with every given chance to have provided such an enjoyable set of events on a consecutive basis.

If you have never been; go! If you have been; go again! And once you're there; GTFRI ‘coz it’ll seem a long time before the next one comes around the following month, but my, it is definitely worth the wait!

 

FORTHCOMING EVENTS

On Friday January 30th 2004 the world renowned Fridge Nightclub, London, opens it's doors to hold a very special farewell to twenty years of being the mothership for all London underground dance clubs. This is the club that created the scene as we now know it with advanced production and lighting years before other clubs even had lighting!!!! This is the club where the legendary Soul II Soul parties took place. This is the club where Take That debuted. This is the club where Pete Tong, Giles Peterson plus countless others played but where not household names.

This is the club that your parents met in!!!

LOGIC feel extremely privileged to have been chosen to see this amazing venue out with the style and respect it deserves and we intend to do exactly that!!

Never been to the Fridge - well this is your very LAST chance!! Never heard a wall of crystal clear Turbo Sound - we got it - The
entire rig is going in !!! Never seen timed pyrotechnics while you dance - It's gonna happen!!

This is the club you met your partner in!!
This is the club you left your partner in!!
This is the club you had the time of your life in!!

This will be a night to remember for a club that will NEVER be forgotten....This is history...Be part of it!!!

Computer Generated FX and Audio Visuals by NUROPTICS. Decor and visual enhancements by KARMA. Light and lasershhow by OUT OF THE DARK. Turbosound by 4DPA.Dancers by LAK:UK & Inspinerate.

MAIN ROOM
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PAUL GLAZBY - LOGIC DEBUT !! (Vicious Circle)
SUPERFAST OZ (Logic / Kaktai / Bangingtunes)
PROTEUS - STAGE SHOW (Logic Finland)
RUBEC (Logic / Bullet-proof)
KEVIN ENERGY (Logic / NU-Energy Collective)
OBERON (Logic / OPAL / Pendragon)
*THE TING* - STAGE SHOW (Riot / Avingit)
DAEGAL BRAIN (Heat / Ground Zero / Knowhere)

TECHNO ROOM - Hosted by NEVER ENOUGH
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ANIMATEK (Teknoworld - Acid Park)
EDUARDO HERRERA (Never Enough/Antiworld/Milk)
D' MARR FORD (Never Enough/Milk/Element 7)
DJ GAS (Teknoworld - Acid Park)
LUDGERO (Manik)
BRIZA (Brazil-Never Enough)


CONVERGENCE. 31st January @ Egg, London 22.00 – 06.00

Lisa Lashes / Paul Glazby / Donna Birt / DJGRH / A-Star / George E / Ali Wilson / Shaf De Bass / Eduardo Herrera / Darz / Mike Devine & more
Egg, 200 York Way, Kings Cross. London.


31st Jan – AFTERHOURS AT EGG
‘The Perfect Breakfast’
EGG Residents Fat Tony, Tom Mcmillan, Tyrone, Guy Williams, Rob Sykes & Raymundo Rodreguez spinning house and tribal to a sexy, friendly and definitely up for it crowd.

Saturday Feb 7th - "Drama" ... the triumphant return of this already legendary club night as it moves to Egg first saturday of each month. David James, Lucas, Femi B, Kokon To Zai, - Richard + Sasha, Princess Julia, Sugarbear, Luke Howard,Live pas - Massive Ego featuring Dusty O + Monsta10pm until very late. £13 b4 11pm, £15 after. n.u.s £10 all night. for further info click www.club-drama.com.

7th Feb – AFTERHOURS AT EGG
‘The DRAMA Carry on’
DJs Villeneuve, Fat Tony, Wayne G, Raymundo Rodreguez, Justin Ballard and special guest DJs spin tribal and vocal house anthems at this high fashion, stylish after hours.

Sat Feb 14th - "Love" (launch party) ... coming to Egg on the second saturday of each month, Love will see some of the finest names in dance music shooting cupid's arrows. A celebration of house music in all it's forms, their massive Valentine's Day launch party sees french house legend DJ Gregory swooping down onto the decks alongside Copyright and Roo. The basement will be hosted by carnival masters Sancho Panza with Matt Brown, Jimmy K-Tel, Dan Solo and Jay Bold. Inspirit Music will command the Loft. 10pm-5am. £15 on the door / £12 consc. for more info and tickets, ring 0870 240 5436 or visit www.londonparties.co.uk

Sunday Feb 15th, Ricochet returns to Egg, London on from 3pm-late. DJs: the legendary LISA PIN-UP and Harderfaster Resident DJ of the Year DANNY GILLIGAN, plus Ricochet residents the awesome RACHEL AUBURN and DON GRANT.

Sat Feb 21st - "World Drum and Bass" ... major drum and bass event from Formation Records and Dekefx. In the Bassment, dnb with GROOVERIDER, DJ SS, TWISTED INDIVIDUAL, SHY FX, BRYAN GEE, MC's SKIBADEE, IC3, FUN & BIGGIE Middle floor with FABIO, INFLUX DATUM BAILEY, MC's CLEVELAND WATKISS & WARREN G and hiphip in The Loft with THE MIXOLOGISTS + guests. £10 NUS & b4 10.30pm. £12 NON. info: 0116 251 0098 / www.clubformation.com

21st Feb – AFTERHOURS AT EGG
‘The Perfect Breakfast’
EGG Residents Fat Tony, Tom Mcmillan, Tyrone, Justin Ballard & guests spinning house and tribal to a sexy, friendly and definitely up for it crowd.

Thursday Feb 26th - "Breakspoll Awards" ... with an incredible line-up of just abut everyone in the exploding breaks scene, the Breakspoll Awards will be hosted by Radio 1's Annie Nightengale and Nu-Skool legend Danny McMillan. Line-up to include: Phantom Beats, Rennie Pilgrem, Adam Freeland, Krafty Kuts, FreQ Nasty, Stanton Warriors, Meat Katie, Evil 9, Scissorkicks, Friendly, Deekline & Ollywood, Splitloop (Live), Jay Cunning & Atomic Hooligan, Future Funk Squad (Live), Skool of Thought. Full full line-up, details for tickets and further info, visit: www.breakspoll.com

Sat Feb 28th - "Whistlebump 5th Birthday!" ... Whistlebump parties are without exaggeration, the stuff of legends. With a line-up to make any soulful mouth water, their birthday party at Egg sees disco-edit master extraordinaire, NYC's Danny Krivit make a very rare london appearance. Supporting Mr. Krivit will be Whistlebump's proud father Simon Haggis (who will also be celebrating the release one of his own co-production, KLaSH's 'Silicon City Blues'). The renonwned Gilles Peterson (Radio 1), a dj synonymous with breaking superb new music of all kinds and tempos, leads the way on the middle floor, joined by Kev Beadle (Solar Radio / Mind Fuid) and Whistlebump's own Andy Crowbar. Upstairs in the Loft will be Glasgow's Andy Pirie (Melting Pot) and Straight No Chaser's Chris Menist. 10pm-5am. £15 on the door / £12 advance from www.ticketweb.co.uk : visit www.whistlebump.co.uk for further details.

28th/29th Feb – TRADE ORIGINAL Starting at 5am after Whistle Bump
‘Keeping you hard all night long’
A taste of the classic sounds that propelled Trade into club legend. This night features the original line up including: Malcolm Duffy, Daz Sounds and Dave Randall.

6th Mar – AFTERHOURS AT EGG
‘The DRAMA Carry on’
DJs Villeneuve, Fat Tony, Wayne G, and special guest DJs spin tribal and house anthems at this high fashion, stylish after hours


13th Mar – FACTOR 25
Londons infamous Sunday club returns with a spectacular party featuring their original line up and some stylish new artwork & production courtesy of those Action Men

20th Mar – AFTERHOURS AT EGG
‘The Perfect Breakfast’
EGG Residents Fat Tony, Tom Mcmillan, Tyrone, Justin Ballard spinning house and tribal to a sexy, friendly and definitely up for it crowd.

27th Mar – KINKY LATINO
‘A celebration of all things Latin’
International DJ’s spin Spanish, Italian and Latin House
DJs include: Ariel, Raymundo Rodriguez, Max Latino, Gonzalo, and Miguel Pellitero

Contact ryan@egglondon.net for further info on all parties, promotion and venue hire.

Thanks and enjoy.

AFTERHOURS AT EGG. EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT/SUNDAY MORNING. 4.30am til late. £15 / £12 with Flyer. EGG 200 YORK WAY KINGS CROSS www.egglondon.net

EGG NIGHTCLUB 200 YORK WAY KINGS CROSS N7 9AX tel: (+44) 0 207 609 8364 www.egglondon.net

EXODUS HARDHOUSE ALL NIGHT BENDER BACK 2 BACK EXTRAVAGANZA

LEGENDS: Dr Findlay, Tmg, Adam G, Arris, Ladybird, Mr Smith and Simon Lazy go BACK TO BACK..

Time & Date: 11pm til 8am on Saturday 31st January

Admission: £6 / £5 NUS on door.

Place: @SUB 101, 101 Princess St, Manchester...


HARDWARE The Office bar, 3-5 Rathbone place, W1 Tottenham Court Road Tube, London
"Sunday Mornings will never be the same again!"

Every legend has a beginning and on the 1st February 2004 Hardware will open its doors to the London underground hard dance scene for the first time! Hardware is a party for people who love the filthier side of Hard House, who know their BK from their DK and who don’t see Sunday as a day of rest! Come once and you’ll know that Hardware is what Sundays were made for…
The Office Bar will be the superb home of Hardware! This fresh, intimate club boasts a wicked bar with plenty of seating, clean toilets, ultra friendly security and a wicked Sound and Lighting system!!
Hardware transport will be available from outside Frantic events, or alternatively Tottenham Court Road or Oxford Circus tube stations are located just a couple of minutes from the club.
THE LAUNCH PARTY & CONVERGENCE AFTERPARTY
1st February 2004
06.00am - Late
BK GUFFY DONNA BIRT SHAF DE BASS EL GREKO DANNY GILLIGAN LUCY FUR

ENTRY £4 Paying Guestlist by emailing names to hardwaresundays@hotmail.com by 6pm on Sat
Group Discount of 1 FREE name for every 4 payers
£5 with flyer £6 on the door
Launch Party 1st Feb entry FREE before 8am and £6 after
Info 07796266823 or e-mail hardwaresundays@hotmail.com

FRONTIERS OF SOUND @ ROCK CITY..NOTTINGHAM, Feb 1st 2004 "1st BARRIER"

11 hour opening event


Room 1 PAUL GLAZBY PAUL MADDOX b2b TARA REYNOLDS SHAN JP & JUKESY (residents) ALEX KIDD (hardstyle set) DALEY (resident) colonel_k, nick c, jonnyscratch, claire c.

Room 2 (hardstyle/hard trance) DJ VORTEX jamesDb b2b candyman, phd, sector 41, si allen, easty slangers

Room 3 Chill out room

>>>>ARRIVE EARLY TO AVOID DISSAPOINTMENT<<<<<

ticket price - £15 adv + BF £19 on door
capacity - 2500 with balcony

podium dancers, merchandise stalls

dress code - cool club wear

Keep your ticket as you can come and go from the club as you please!

IF PAYING BY CARD ONLINE YOU ONLY PAY 1 BOOKING FEE PER CARD!!

www.frontiersofsound.co.uk

Frontiers of sound have excellent opportunities for up and coming djs (hardhouse/bouncy/techno/funkyhouse), if you feel that you have something to offer please check out the website for more details and bring a cd down on the night if you can.

Godskitchen @ Nation, Wolstenholme Square, Liverpool
Saturday 7th February 2004

Main Room: Armin van Buuren John '00' Flemming M.I.K.E. (Push) Jon O'Bir

Courtyard: Polysexual Lisa Lashes Andy Farley Lab4 LIVE Shan Hinsley

Annexe: Fergie Paul Richards Petrae Foy Paul Thomas

AFTERS, SUBWAY CITY, BIRMINGHAM
BIRMINGHAM'S SUNDAY MORNING AFTER-HOURS CLUB
FROM 4AM - 10AM
MEMBERS £6, GUESTS £8
Info: Alex 07765 666802

BLU/AFTERS SATURDAY-SUNDAY 7-8th. FEBRUARY 10PM - 10AM, SUBWAY CITY, BIRMINGHAM
Lisa Pin Up, Andy Farley, Pete Wardman, Sarah G., Mark H., Si Griffiths, Nick T. plus the usual suspects in the funky backroom.

£10 members / £12 guests. Info: Alex 07765 6668052

Shaft, at Radius, Horsefair, Birmingham. Sundays from 10am to 5pm.

SHAFT'S 1st BIRTHDAY @ RADIUS
SHAFT vs BOSH Doors open:10am-7pm Entry: £5 Shaft members / £6 guests

DJ`S: PAUL KERSHAW (Sundissential / Galaxy fm) COLTHEMEDIK (Shaft) MARK H (Shaft) HINSLEY (Polysexual) TED B b2b JESSY J (Bosh) DOUBLE A (Bosh)

ALSO ON THE DAY: DANCERS, UV STALL, OXYGEN, MASSAGE

A new shaft membership is now in place. Shaft members will gain entrance in to shaft events at a reduced price. There will be several members days throughout 2004 where only members will gain entrance for free. The 1st members day will be feb 29th.
Memberships are £5 and can be purchased at shaft events.

SHAFT weekly sundays at RADIUS 10am - 5pm, with weekly residents Mark H and ColTheMedik.

Entry is £5. SS Members £4. Open from 10am till 5pm Info : 07817 653560/07970 665756

Insomniacz. Stimulating Music For The Restless
Sundays in February Insomniacz Presents After Hours in Leeds.

Club Paradise, New York Street, Leeds City Centre,
Doors Open at 4am until 12noon, Entrance is £8 Members £10 Non members,
info: 0115 9288953, paying guest list email: guestlist@insomniacz.com www.insomniacz.com

The place for the partying souls that won't go home. Following our really successful month of events in December we are pleased to announce that we have events planned until 2005 in Leeds. On offer are a choice of 3 rooms of music and entertainment. Within the 3 arenas there will a choice of hard house, funk and Ibiza chill-out music. The performing artists are renound for their djing skills and will be travelling from all over the country to appear at our events. We have fire eaters, dwarfs and stilt walkers planned each week, these guys bring their entertainment to Leeds and have been all over the world entertaining adoring clubbers and onlookers. The clinking of keys at 4am as clubbers get home on Saturday nights will not be heard by neighbours or landlords.

A new era is upon Leeds. Insomniacz waiting for the dawn.......

Dates and performing artists are as follows.

February 8th Ian M, ilogik, Phil Vane, Mark Grey

The Lounge- Funk SAS (federation), Marc Leaf, Steve MasonLeaf, Steve Mason

Andy Farley's Party
RELEASE
THE NIGHTINGALE, (Upstairs Room, Entrance 4), BIRMINGHAM


LAUNCH NIGHT PARTY:
SUNDAY

FEBRUARY 8th.

FREE ENTRY!
(R.O.A.R)

From 9pm to 3am
with residents

Andy Farley,
Sarah G. and
Si Griffiths

playing tribal house, tech house and techno
and everything in between.

Release Yourself!


TRADE LOVE BALL SATURDAY* 14th. FEBRUARY - VALENTINES DAY TRADE

Turnmills
Liase dangerously with your valentine for a night of nose, face and wig powdering at the trade love ball.

Lite Lounge: Fat Tony, Tom McMillan, Tyrone, Peter Ward
Percussion by Joy Vocals by Tonnic

Main Floor: Malcolm Duffy, Rachel Auburn, Wayne G. & Pete Wardman

This is not a ticketed event. Online q jump tickets available from www.tradeuk.net Also from Prowler, Clone Zone, Trax, & The Box

£10 Members £15 Guests
4.30am til Super late *(Sunday morning really, Jonathan)
Turnmills 63b Clerkenwell Rd London EC1

FRANTIC, Camden Palace, London
We have been told that the Camden Palace is likely to stop trading as a club at the end of February and as a result we sadly announce what is likely to be our last parties at the Palace.

Our first ever party at Camden Palace was back in April 1999 when the queue stretched from the front doors round the block and back again with 2000 people already inside and 1500 desperately trying to buy tickets.

Since then Camden Palace has turned into our spiritual home with over 70 events being held during the Daytime, Nighttime,Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays!

We have had some immense parties and some special memories at our 2nd home and too many to mention but some that have stuck in our mind have been the following:

*Laboratory: A party dedicated to Lab 4!
*The 1st ever Timeless!
*The 4th
Birthday Celebrations!
*Moving the decks from the booth and onto the stage.
*Tidy vs. Nukleuz!

We are holding 2 last parties so we can play the biggest range of our favourite DJs possible and because we know that not everybody will be able to make the first party in January. Come and say goodbye to the Palace at the last ever Frantic parties? at the legendary venue!

Feb 14th - FRANTIC VALENTINES BALL

Our last ever event at Camden Palace?

It's only fitting that our love affair with Camden Palace finishes with the Frantic Valentines Ball. Frantic are pulling together 6 of our favourite DJs, 3 Boys and 3 Girls to go head to head to claim the Valentines Ball Crown for one last time at Camden Palace?

Lisa Pin-Up / Ed Real b2b *Surprise Guest* / Donna Birt / Guffy / Lucy Fur / Danny Gilligan / The *Ting* & many more!

Tickets for both these events are priced at: £10 Members £12 Non Members

The £10 paying guest list for the event is now open. As these are our last parties at Camden Palace the guest list will fill up very quickly. We STRONGLY advise you to secure your places as soon as possible.

For more information visit www.franticuk.com or call the Frantic HQ on 07949
618035 / info@franticuk.com


SpeedQueen @ The Warehouse every Saturday 10pm-4am 19-21 Somers Street, Leeds LS1 2RG. Capacity: 550
Dresscode: Trainer and Stiletto friendly - leave your attitude at home. £8 members /£10 guests.

SPEEDQUEEN IS A GAY- FRIENDLY NIGHT FOR ANYONE WITH AN OPEN MIND

Resident DJs playing funky house in the main room, and an eclectic mix of disco, soul, r’n’b and classic house in the upstairs bar include:

Lucy Locket, Jamie Bull, Nat Hill, Gareth Oldreive, Miss Melodie, Ewan Mitchell, De Hooch, Tin Tin, Alice Bailey, Dean Lomas, Danny Kwang, Queen B, Elvis, Corey, Amanda Hammond, Della 5, Daley Padley, Alex Rogerson, Ricci G, Joni Foolish, Kiss EP and Dan Tait.

Accompanied by David Biddle on percussion and Liz Wigley on sax.

For up to date DJ listings please check the SpeedQueen website.

Other SpeedQueen news. Our December/ January schedule runs as follows:

Weekly Saturdays 10pm-4am from here on.

Dresscode: bling bling, glitter, sequins, ribbons, killer heels, feathers, fluff, sharp suits, trash, shimmer, frou frou, glamour
Please call Lucy Locket at the SpeedQueen office on (0113) 246 1033 for all enquiries
xxx


THE HI SCHOOL OF HARD TRANCE AND HARDCORE
FEB 14th- Here, Canal Basin, Coventry, England
Kevin Energy (Nuenergycollective) Rowland and Wright (Nukleuz, Sundissential) Craig Regan (Fidget, Tonic)

Join Hardcore legend Kevin Energy and hard trance masters Rowland and Wright for a night of dance music mayhem at our HI school behind the bike sheds valentine’s day special. Re-live those first sexual fumblings of secondary school life, even if it was with a fifty year old maths teacher with a beard. Mr Energy, Mr Rowland and Mr Wright are sure to bring on the euphoria of such memories with wicked hard trance and hardcore sets. Look out for the valentine’s day décor as we attempt to create a mock-up bike shed complete with cigarettes, old porn mag and pissy smell. Mister Stewart is looking forward to welcoming you again, so bring red candy lips and wear your best underwear.

MAR 13TH- Here, Canal Basin, Coventry, England

Main room Darren Styles (Raverbaby, Nukleuz) Craig Regan (Fidget, Tonic) Andy Nelson (Sundissential) Mister Stewart

Some sort of theme which involves people having to wear just their pants if they forget their kit. Come on !!!! Details to come.


Turnmills is proud to announce the exclusive World Launch Party for the new Technics CD Decks DZ1200.

On Saturday 14th February 2004, Turnmills, London will be the first club in the world to house the new CD Decks. The Grammy Award winning Deep Dish will be launching the new bit of kit on the night (with a 6 hour set) as they did with the Technics MK5G 1200 turntables earlier this summer.

The CD Decks will not go on general sale until May 2004.

This year Turnmills proudly hosted 5 huge midweek events with Technics featuring two parties from Deep Dish, plus long sets from Danny Howells, Felix Da Housecat and Satoshi Tomiie. We're now moving this prestigious Technics event onto Saturday nights beginning Feb 2004, when the night will begin a bi-monthly residency throughout the year.

More details to follow...........

TECHNICS PRESENTS… TECHNICS CD DECK DZ1200 LAUNCH PARTY THURSDAY 14TH FEBRUARY 2004

Turnmills 63B Clerkenwell Road, London. EC1M 5NP Capacity: 1000 Info: 020 7250 3409 Tube: Farringdon NCP 24Hr Parking: £3 Bowling Green Lane, off Farringdon Rd Doors: 10pm – 6am Prices: £12 in Advance / £15 on the Door Web: www.turnmills.com

Room 1: Deep Dish (6 Hours) Behrouz (Technics resident)

Room 2: David James Villeneuve Stu Hirst.


Ricochet returns to Egg, London on Sunday 15th February from 3pm-late.

Save it for Sunday - Ricochet returns!

London's favourite bouncy, chunky Sunday session is BACK! Ricochet blasts off for 2004 on Sunday 15th February at Best London Club 2003 and Harderfaster's New Venue Of The Year - Egg.

Rockin' the house will be the legendary LISA PIN-UP and Harderfaster Resident DJ of the Year DANNY GILLIGAN, plus Ricochet residents the awesome RACHEL AUBURN and DON GRANT. Expect to hear a real trademark Ricochet bouncy set from Lisa, who is making her debut appearance at Ricochet.

What are you letting yourselves in for? No-nonsense, zero-attitude, tough and uplifting clubbing of the first order - bar none. What's the tax? A meagre £6 before 5pm on our paying guest list (email names to guestlist@ricochetuk.net) or £8 on the door.

See you there!

Ricochet @ Egg 200 York Way Kings Cross London

Lisa Pin-up, Rachel Auburn, Danny Gilligan & Don Grant

Sunday 15th February 2004

3pm-LATE £6 B4 5pm on paying guestlist (email names to guestlist@ricochetuk.net), £8 on the door

FREE Egg shuttle to and from venue. Pick up at Kings Cross, bus stop G

www.ricochetuk.net

 

 
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