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2Klub Newsletter 2004 : April (1)
CLUB INFO AND REVIEWS

Thanks

Thanks for your help getting new subscribers - we have new people signing up virtually each day. Keep it up, (so to speak)! ;o)
and don't forget that I'm happy to publish your news and reviews. I know we've got subscribers all over the world, so don't you people feel left out - let us know what's going on where you are.

Shout-outs

I don't normally mention mates by name here, for some peculiar reason, but thought after the last two weekends when I bumped into a lot of 'em, and for the next two when I know I'm gonna see a lot more I'd say hi, in no particular order to:

Strange Dave, Dangle, Peter and Bianca - great to see you all in London, Jason and Andy, - thanks for all your support, James - hope Lady K's doing well; the little B is due any day now, Blake, Bill, Alex, Russell, - the new paint looks great, Lee out in Stourbridge - congrats on the new job, Marie-Anne & Ros - all men are scum!, Anne-Marie - remember, I have hobnailed boots ready if needed, Johan and Johan - I hope you had fun in Miami, looking forward to the next CD, Robert & Dzung - can't wait, Bukey, Baz, Gazza, Gav - great to see you at all Subway, Ronnie and Neil - hope you escaped from Brighton unscathed, and last but not least, Mark - hope you're having fun in Bali.

Sundissential

Things are not so hot in the world of Sundissential. As predicted, Polysexual has started up their Saturday night events in Birmingham, albeit only monthly for the moment, and their opening party held a couple of weeks ago decimated Sunnies already dwindling attendances.

Badly hit by the earlier news that their new venue had gone into receivership, the club was forced into only one of the two rooms they had, and the music policy was adjusted to a "Trade-like" (their comparison not mine) build-up from funky house through to something harder. This seemed to be falling between two stools as far as the regulars were concerned, who either wanted one or the other. The next blow was the opening of Polysexual's Saturdays, followed last weekend by the Tidy Weekender, which sucked people out of hard dance clubs across the country, as usual.

This was even noticeable at Sundissential's new Friday night London event, at The Fridge in Brixton, which launched last week. Numbers only really built up to a reasonable level of around 550 by 2pm, and only one of the three rooms was used. The weaknesses of this launch night were readily apparent, and though the club had not billed more rooms being used, the fact that the Fridge had been recently refurbished led quite a few people to come to this event as much to see the venue as anything else. They ended up disappointed that more rooms weren't open, and I was a bit dismayed at the lack of chillout space. The in-club branding was meagre - and the spectacular effects promised and maddest-club-in-the-world atmosphere didn't happen. The music was bog-standard hard house classics (yes, Music is Moving, again - I was left wondering whether this was meant to be a retro night), up until Strange Dave's set, which was the only one which had anything close to any electricity about it. Why bother getting good DJs to play a selection of tracks on most clubbers' compilation albums? I left at 3am to make my way back home so perhaps something amazing happened after I left, but I doubt it.

To then pile on the grief, negotiations that might have enabled SS to stay at it's current location fell apart and on Sunday the club announced that it was leaving Pulse 2 to go to an as yet undisclosed location. Rumours were circulating that this might be Kudos, which was recently sold by the Kudos group to local entrepreneurs, but an experienced source cast some doubt on this arguing that the venue was too small for Sunnies and was likely to be refurbished shortly by the new owners. At the time of writing Sundissential have announced that they're ceasing their weekly events for the time being - see announcement below. Given all that's happened over the past eighteen months and more it's perhaps not surprising that the clubbers using the SS webboard greeted generally with something approaching relief, and the belief that SS will be the better for it, mainly it seems because it can focus on its bigger scale events at The Works in Birmingham. However, this now leaves Sundissential effectively dependent on these occasional large-scale events at The Works, and it looks as though Polysexual have their sights set on those too, with their first directly competitive event going head-to-head with SS scheduled for May.

It's not a complete bed of roses for Polys either, as the complaint on their opening event was the familiar one of a lack of atmosphere, not helped by a sense for some of there being two tribes, (Sundissential's "versus" God's Kitchen's) in the same building. However in the medium term this won't matter that much as there's a fairly fast turnover of clubbers in this scene; if Sunnies goes, the new ones won't know what it was.

Sundissential Announcement - from their website, posted Tuesday 30th. March

"Dear Members

It is with much sadness that we must inform you that Sundissential Residential will not be continuing due to venue problems. However, it’s not all doom and gloom!!!

As you may be aware the company Springwood Leisure that owned and managed both Zanzibar and Pulse 2 went into receivership a while ago. On Saturday afternoon the decision was made by the receivers to shut the venue until a buyer is found - as a result of this leaving Sundissential Residential homeless.

We will be looking for a new home, one that is suitable but until one becomes available or Zanzibar is bought, we will not be opening our weekly Saturdays.

We must however stress that Sundissential @ The Works is 100% ON!
And will be our main Sundissential event in Birmingham!
The next being only 2 weeks away! Bank holiday Sunday, April 11th!!
This will be our biggest and boldest gig to date, featuring 18 DJ's, 3 Arenas, 100K of Nexo Sound System, bouncy castle & bouncy boxing arena, Lasers, entertainments, pyrotechnics and 2500 of you, our members!!! Not forgetting the Works itself - MTV's number 1 club in the UK!

The Works, by all accounts, so far been amongst the best events in Sundissential’s history and continue to get stronger and better each time, these will set the standard for our national arena events!

In addition to this Sundissential events will be springing up all across the country, Funkissential Plymouth launched last Friday already making a big impact on Plymouth. Plans for other events including Scotland, London, Newport and Brighton amongst others are well under way!!!

We would personally like to thank all our loyal members & non members for their on-going support and look forward to seeing you all at The Works on Bank Holiday Sunday April 11th - Sundissential V Slinky!

All the Best
Danny, Louise, Helen, Strange Dave & SJ
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"

The Fridge, Brixton, London

Gay club promoter Craig Elders has taken over The Fridge, renowned in recent years as one of London's best (some might also add "most notorious") hard dance venues and it re-opened recently to rave reviews. As you can tell from the review above, I was there last Friday, and although much of the club was not on display, what I saw confirms the enthusiasm. The place looks much cleaner, and the new sound system pumps out an almost deafening sound. The lights were dynamic, and the much touted central glitter ball was in evidence, though not really used to full effect while I was there. The management told me that work is still on-going, with more lighting still to be installed, but the venue looks good and generally considerably better than before. Those knowledgeable about the history of the venue will probably be pleased to know that the old security "firm" were not in evidence either.

It's probably worth mentioning that The Fridge organises a new Saturday night hard dance event, Blast every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month from 10pm-6am. The next is on the 27th. of March with, on that night: Nick Sentience, Ian M, Karim, The *Ting*, Cally and Juice, Red and Blue. £10 concessions/flyer. More info can be had by emailing: fridgeclub@hotmail.com.


More changes on the Birmingham gay scene

Missing, Enigma and The Jester are all up for sale, and Kudos and The Village have recently been sold. Perhaps a sign of the turbulent times in the bars and clubs business, perhaps also a reflection in part of the building of more residential property in the heart of what is becoming the gay village of Birmingham.

Of obvious potential appeal to the local gay community, the building of residential flats and apartments on Hurst Street bang opposite some of the most popular gay venues in the city nevertheless is likely to be a source of problems ahead, largely resulting from the virtually inevitable complaints about noise which are bound to arise. I'm told that preparations are underway to develop the car park site opposite Angels which will bring residential accommodation almost next door to The Nightingale, Birmingham's largest gay venue.

 

FORTHCOMING EVENTS


SWIVEL Launch Night: 02/04/04 @ Club Havana, Yeoman Street, Leicester. (Havana is part of the Velvet Lounge).

Music policy is funky house picking up the tempo gradually thru the night to the uplifting sound of chunky hard dance.

2/4/04 DJs: Roll, Stu Paling, Sarah G & DJP with Lahoona Beats on Bongo's.

Future DJs: OJay (Moneypenny's), Little Miss Natalie (Torture Garden/Insomniacz), DFQ (Superfish/Dancevalley/HQ)

Intimate venue, 1 Room of music, superb sound system.

Doors 9pm-3am FREE before 10pm, £5 after.

Info: www.swiveluk.com Tel: 07779 018103

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Milk 3rd April
Each & Every Saturday Morning from 6:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
@ Studio 33, 101 Tinworth Street, Vauxhall, SW8. London

ROOM 1 - uplifting hard dance: 0700-0830: Samson (Bedlam) 0830-1000: D'Marr Ford (Milk / Never Enough) 1000-1130: Danny Gilligan (Twist / Riot!) 1130-1300: Richard Launch (Thirsty DJs)

ROOM 2 - euphoric party music: 0630-0830: Ali Wilson (Milk / Tilt) 0830-1030: Marcopilf (Techstyle) 1030-1230: Jacob Moss (Milk / LA3)

This week we're the official afterparty for BEDLAM at the newly-refurbished Fridge, so check out the details of their party as somewhere to kick off your weekend.

One of their residents, SAMSON, will be opening for us in our main room and will waste no time in pumping out some bouncy hardhouse to get you all going. Next up is Milky boy D'MARR FORD who will set the scene perfectly for Twist and Riot resident DANNY GILLIGAN. Finally it's all rounded off by RICHARD LAUNCH, who's been building an enviable reputation recently for his uplifting hardhouse & trance.

Meanwhile in our second room the focus will be on funky & euphoric sounds and a real party atmosphere, provided initially by ALI WILSON with some funky techno and house. Then we welcome MARCOPILF of Techstyle for his first visit to Milk, and finishing off the day is Milky resident JACOB MOSS whose penchant for big chunky bass-lines never fails to rip up the dancefloor

All of this takes place in the fabulous Studio 33, rapidly making a name for itself as one of the best venues in London. There's loads of space to relax upstairs in the cosy chillout area, complete with big comfy sofas, and as ever the Milk crew will be on hand to pamper you and tend to your every need.

Directions~ Out of Vauxhall Tube and head towards Lambeth Bridge and Tinworth Street is on the right just after the petrol station

Cost: £8 / £7 with flyer & Jedis / £6 members

Visit our website - www.milkparty.org email - info@milkparty.org Piers 07970 193236 – piers@milkparty.org Jessica 07979 073250 – jess@milkparty.org Roger 07941 510059 – roger@milkparty.org Dale – dmarrford@milkparty.org

Roger & The Milk crew

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The following is an extract from from the Frantic Newsletter:

"FRANTIC RECOMMENDS:

This week our friends at Antiworld are taking over the Carling Brixton Academy and they are bringing with them the No.1 Psy Trance act in the world: Infected Mushroom! All the way from Israel this act take the underground scene to the next level!

If you’re looking something a little bit special and a little bit different then this is highly recommended!

"Antiworld Vs Psygate Vs Teknoworld In Collaboration With HOMmega Records
Presents:"
- PSYCHEDELIC ACADEMY - with:
"Infected Mushroom - Astrix - Sub6 - Live Concert"
@ Brixton Carling Academy
211 Stockwell Road Sw2
Brixton
London - UK - World!
Saturday 03 April 2004
09.00pm to 06.00am!!!
Plus After Party...."

(The whole write-up, in which this event sounds superb, takes up pages so was not thought suitable for the newsletter, but those who think they might be interested should have a look at this link, http://www.antiworld.net/indexmain-psygate.html for more info, Jonathan).

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SpeedQueen @ The Warehouse every Saturday 10pm-4am 19-21 Somers Street, Leeds LS1 2RG. Capacity: 550
SPEEDQUEEN IS A GAY- FRIENDLY NIGHT FOR ANYONE WITH AN OPEN MIND

Dresscode: Trainer and Stiletto friendly leave your attitude at home. £8 members /£10 guests.

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. Please call Lucy Locket at the SpeedQueen office on (0113) 246 1033 for all enquiries.

Official SpeedQueen pre-club bar: Velvet, Hirst’s Yard, Leeds town centre.

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BLU & AFTERS @ SUBWAY CITY, BIRMINGHAM

BLU - First saturday of the month.
AFTERS - Birmingham's notorious Sunday morning after-party from 4am to late.

April:
3rd Blu Saturday Night 10pm-4am
MainFloor : ChrisGraham // NickT // SarahG
FunkyRoom : Usual Suspects

4th Afters (£6.50/£10)
MainFloor : LisaPinUp // AndyFarley // PaulKershaw // SiGriffiths
FunkyRoom : PaulKershaw // MattSinclair // AndyMilford

11th Afters (£6.50/£10)
MainFloor : 12InchThumpers // Hinsley(Polysexual) // CraigLee // SamDoble
FunkyRoom : AndyMilford // EvMorton // DJGail

12th Afters Monday Morning Special // 12am-7am (£5/£7)
MainFloor : 12InchThumpers // DJSteely // GeneralLee & PearceM // LilAngel
FunkyRoom : Usual Suspects

18th Afters (£6.50/£10) MainFloor : RobTissera // Vinylgroover // MarkH // DarrenJames
FunkyRoom : MattSinclair // JoeHunt // Indi500

25th Afters & Screamx12 Presents Ladies With Attitude (£7/£10)
MainFloor : LisaPinUp // CarolineBanx // TaraReynolds // SarahG
FunkyRoom : DJRebeka // SharonOLove // RennaJessop
DoorWhore : Twiggy

New Website : http://subwaycity.biz

New Afters CD : Double CD Pack from AFTERS with mixes from TonyDeVit (re-issued from 1st TDV Memorial) & SarahG

New Flyers Out this weekend for BLU // AftersApril // AftersMondaySpecial

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Hello from all @ Deuce Towers. It’s that time again.

Sat 3rd April 10PM - 2AM

After our monumental home coming party on March 6th we’re back hosting The Late Room @ Elements again this Saturday.

DJs on the night will be;

Joe Hughes (resident), Funk Knuckle (Cantaloop), DJ Vaughany & The Legendary Miss Bass

DEUCE @ FRISKY AS FUNK

Funky with a Twist

ADMISSION £5

OVER 18’S ONLY ROAR Dress code : Fresh & Funky
(smart trainers & funky jeans allowed / no sportswear or Bling)

For more info go to: http://www.deucesoundsystem.co.uk

See ya down the front

Si & Ad

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SHAFT @ RADIUS Bristol Street, Birmingham.

SUNDAY APRIL 4th 2004 - SHAFTed 10 HOUR SPECIAL @ RADIUS
Doors open: 10am - 8pm. Entry: £5 Shaft members & £6 guests

SARAH G., WEZ MARX, GAZ JAMES, CRAIG LEE, CRISSY G., LIL ANGEL, ANDY R (warm up dj) & RESIDENTS MARK H & COLTHEMEDIK

There will be several members days throughout 2004 where only members will gain entrance for free. Members will also gain entry at a reduced price. Memberships are £5 and can be purchased at shaft events.

SHAFT ON TOUR!!

Bosh! vs Shaft
Friday 9th april 2004 @ THE VENUE, LONG EATEN. NOTTINGHAM.

the venue is by far one of the best around with a 15k system , massive laser , mental lighting, spring loaded dancefloor cheap drinks and very friendly doorstaff it makes the perfect playground for this messathon...... Come and get Shafted @ Bosh!

Room 1: PAUL GLAZBY b2b TARA REYNOLDS ( vicious circle/ tidy trax), JP & JUKESY ( deprivation recordings), DALEY (storm/hotdog), MARK H ( shaft), COLTHEMEDIK (shaft), DOUBLE A ( bosh/fierce), JESSY J vs TED B (bosh), CRASH AND BEAR (raging homo's) ;0)

Room 2 ( Daleys redstripe room ): CHRIS HUTCHINSON ( tidy comp winner), SHINOBI ( flying over from belfast), CHEWI ( bounce classics set), STeVE JAMES, SIMON C.

Room 3 ( hosted by RENAMO): THE PRESIDENT, DJ RUSH, TONY PERKINS, XTREME, JAMES PERRY, ANDY MAC, RICHIE PEAS
( dj Rush and Xtreme bringing you a 3 dex n fx old skool scratch fest)

Room 4: chilled blissed out beats , cool temperature and comfy seating

TIME - 9pm till 6 am ( anyone who came to our birthday in dec knows that its never gonna end at 6 haha the bouncers are gonna have to kick me off the decks haha)

DOOR TAX- 6 quid b4 10pm 8 quid after

WHERE ? - @ the venue , station st , long eaton , nottigham , ng10 1gj the venue is 5 mins from j 24 / 25 of the m1, 2 quid taxi fare from
long eaton train station and on the main long eaton / notts / derby bus routes

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Trade Presents "The Great Easter Egg Hunt"
Saturday Night/Sunday Morning
April 10th 2004 <<<<<<< (Note: they really mean Sunday morning 11th. April, Jonathan)
5.30am till late <<<<<<< (Note: the new door opening time, Jonathan)

Trade @ Turnmills, 63b Clerkenwell Rd, London EC1

Legend tells of a time when 10 Golden Eggs were buried in ancient London, each holding a precious gift. After years of searching, a map has come to light showing their secret location!.......what is today the Labyrinth called "Turnmills".

So this Easter don your hard hat, dig out your pick and shovel and join the Great Golden Egg Hunt.

Find your Golden Egg and seek the gift within.

Top prize are two holidays for two, with many more gifts sponsored by The Box, Clone Zone, Expectations, Gay Days Orlando, Man Around, Regulation, Solar Station, Trade and Urban xit.

We are also proud to announce the return of Trade's legendary "Test Lounge". The bedrock of breaking new and exciting talent in London, the test lounge of the past has given us such Dj gems as Fergie, Gonzalo, Kelly Marie and Rosco.

On the main floor the Fierce Rulin' Trade residents will be pumping out their usual exceptional sounds, and the T-Lite Crew will be steering you though the funkier side of house with vocals by TONNIC and percussion by JOY.

THIS IS A TICKETED EVENT!

Tickets are also available from the Box, Clone Zone, Prowler and Trax.

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RICOCHET RETURNS TO SUNDAY!


Following our special one-off Friday all-nighter (great party - thanks to those of you who came!), Ricochet returns to Sunday for a storming Easter party at Egg, London

THE DATE - Sunday 11th April

THE TIME - Midday till 8pm

THE MUSIC - Tough and uplifting bouncy tunes, as always!

....and we hope you are as excited about the DJ line-up as we are ....

STEVE HILL, THE *TING*, RACHEL AUBURN, DON GRANT

If you came down to Ricochet last November to hear Steve's debut set for us, you will know that this is a party you cannot miss! We're also delighted to welcome The *Ting* for the first time, who will be playing on 11th along with Ricochet residents Rachel Auburn and Don Grant.

Please take special note of the revised time! This party is 12pm-8pm.

Our Easter party is also the official follow-on for Trade @ Turnmills. For those of you heading down to Trade, the Egg bus will be picking up outside Turnmills, from 12pm onwards.

As usual we will be running a paying guest list - £7 B4 2pm (email names to guestlist@ricochetuk.net). Otherwise, it's £9 on the door.

Check out our flyer at www.ricochetuk.net

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Sundissential V Slinky!! @ The Works, Broad Street, Birmingham

Bank Holiday Sunday April 11th ‘04

2PM - 2AM

Legendary 12 Hour Bank Holiday Blitzathon!!

In association with Gurn.Net

Sundissential Sundimentals!

Bank Holiday Sunday April 11th sees two of the biggest hard dance nights in the country go head to head to stage the biggest most colourfull carnival of the year, in the sound clash of the century!!

Slinky has long held its reign in the south coast as one of the UK’s biggest and most respected nights mainly known for its phenomenal events at the Opera House in Bournemouth, while Sundissential being recently voted officially the UKs No 1 Club! Join forces for one truly spectacular event - in MTV's voted "best club in the country" – The Works, Birmingham!!

The success of Sundissential’s events at The Works has been off the scale and we are pushing ourselves to a whole new level of promoting and production.

Sundissential is well and truly going back to its best as the infamous one and only “Sunday Clubbing” Sundissential!

This event continues on up to the next level for the first ever legendary Sundissential 12hour Bank Holiday Blitzathon for over 5 years in Birmingham!!!

Sundissential Arena: Tidy Boys, Karim, Jon Doe (live Pa), Rachel Auburn, Ian M, Nick Rafferty, Dave Lea, Strange Dave, Mark Austin, Wez Marx

Funkissential Arena: Paul Kershaw, Dave Oldershaw, Andy Milford, Clinton Shawe, Colin H, Helena’

Toilet Arena: The Gurney Boys & Co!!

Yes due to popular demand Gurn.net once again take over the bogs for more toilet party mayhem!!

Sundissential V Slinky wrestling arena, DJs in the toilets, entertainments, Pyrotechnics, glitter Bombs, Balloon drops, dancers, break dancers, lazer shows + Loads Loads More!!!

£15 Members / £18 Non Members + BF in ADV

Tickets available through Sundissential: 0870 757 8634

Online@ www.sundissential.com

Ticketmaster: 0870 90 20 001 (And all ticketmaster allocated stores)

3 Shades, Massive Records & Old Skool Daze, Birmingham

OR PAY ON THE DOOR!! More on the Door!!

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Sunday 11th April - Inukshuk 18hour party @ The Medicine Bar, The Custard Factory, Digbeth, Birmingham. Starts 10am sunday morning and finishs 4am Monday Morning £5.00 entry pass outs available. BBq and outside sound system if weather permits.

3 rooms of Music

Techno: D.A.V.E The Drummer, Ant (Power tools), DJ Staw , Miss Daisy, Mack, Subcitizen,
Duncan Disorderley, Wezton, Mouse, Techno Driver, Heretic, Davie Dee

Deep House/ Tech House: Sarah G, DIY Digs and Woosh, Si Griffith, We Tek U, Paul The Hat, Kela, Rowland , Cooper, The Dub Killaz

Funky House and Breakbeat: James Rowe, Si Griffith, General Lee, Pearce M, ChrissyG, Jon Andre, Anton DeBaige, Andre and Smiler, Billy No Mates.

Flyers on www.inukshuk.org.uk

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HARDWARE meets X-XSTATIC
Easter Sunday – 11th April 2004
@ The Scala
11.00 – 19.00

X-STATIC is one of the Capitals longest running parties! Promoters Joel B & Wayne Burgess have thrown more cocktails of sound, music & club class chaos in South London than most people have had bottles of water! Having successfully moved from their South London home at the Fridge to the Capitals new Hard Dance hot spot, The Scala, 2004 looks to be another storming year!

HARDWARE is the Capitals Freshest after hour’s showdown! Having launched in February this year and running weekly it has gone from strength to strength. With DJ’s such as BK, Phil Reynolds, Caroline Banx, Ben Stevens, Steve Hill, Donna Birt, Lucy Fur & more all providing the soundtrack to your Sunday mornings over the past 6 weeks! Attracting clubbers as diverse as your best mate to Lisa Lashes your ‘Sunday Mornings will never be the same again’!

On the 11th April ‘Early Morning’ takes on ‘Late night’ in an all day melee of London Hard Dance as Hardware meets X-Static!

MAIN ARENA | HARDWARE mts X-STATIC
Lisa Pin-Up, Phil Reynolds, Tara Reynolds, Joel B, Caroline Banx b2b Donna Birt, Skol, Wayne Burgess, George E, Dex

ARENA 2 | DIRTY DJs mts REDTRIP
Shaf De Bass, Jim Wild, Smykey, Paul Reeves, Slacky, G-Whizz, Flip, K-Tech

ARENA 3 | ATTENTION
Samson, Free2Funk, Paul Precise, Franklin, Gavin Peters, Funkadelic, Rick Toone

Bank Holiday Sundays in London are legendary! Start as you mean to go on!

Tickets for the event are £10 +bf. Tickets are available from the outlets listed at the bottom of the page or by calling the Frantic HQ on 07949 618035.

The *£8* paying guest list for the event is now open. Please send names to lists@franticuk.com as soon as possible!

TEXT TO WIN: Text ‘Day & Night’ to 07949 618035 and you could not only win free entry for you +2 mates to the party but also the return of Chemistry! (See below)

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CHEMISTRY: The Easter Ball

Easter Sunday 11th April 2004
@ The Colosseum, London
21.00 – 06.00

Chemistry is the clubbers choice!

Host to more classic-clubbing-moments than any other event over recent months, Chemistry is all about finding the perfect blend of all the right DJs, all the right venues and most of all: the clubbers!

All previous Easter Bank Holiday Chemistry Balls have Sold Out in advance! This edition of the legendary Bank Holiday all nighter is no exception! If you need a reason to go then how about 5:

1. ANDY FARLEY: To close the Easter Ball we have one of the greatest DJs of our time! Our long standing Resident and the uncrowned King of Hard Dance will play an exclusive 2 hour set to bring an end to your perfect Bank Holiday!
2. NU ENERGY COLLECTIVE: For the first time ever at Chemistry; the live act taking the Hard Dance scene by storm! Can you take the pace as they bring to you their unmissable performance packed with more Energy and dynamism than the national grid!
3. AMBER D: The glamorously sexy new Hard Dance Diva is back in town and bringing with her all the skills and sex appeal that have made her the new Lisa Lashes!
4. THE COLLOSEUM: London’s newest SuperVenue is another location that has to been seen to be believed. 3 luxury arenas of sound and a VIP room and River views to make even the devoted Hard House fans stop and stare!
5. SIMON PATTERSON – Trance Lands newest super kid! A string of devastating tracks as well as Resident at Serious @ the Cross has shot him to the top of the pile! If Trance is your flavour then this man is not to be missed under any circumstances!

MAIN ARENA | CHEMISTRY
Andy Farley, Nu Energy Collective, Karim, Cally & Juice, , Amber D, Ed Real, Tin Tin, Simon Rutherford

ARENA 2 | BECOMEONE
Simon Patterson, + Very Special Guest, Guffy, Steve Blake, Shaun Rowland, Dom Pardey, Tim Davison b2b Miss C

ARENA 3 | HOUSE
Richard Launch, Indy500, Matt Cooper, + THE IGNITION DJS FEAT., Tom Real, Matt Williams, Hawk Dawson

TICKET INFORMATION:
300 Early Bird tickets are just £10 +bf. We expect to sell out of these very, very quickly. Standard tickets are £15 +bf. When these sell out the remaining tickets will be £20 +bf.

REMEMBER: Every Bank Holiday Chemistry in 2003 sold out!

The £10 paying guest list for the event is now open. Please send names to lists@franticuk.com

TEXT TO WIN: Text ‘CHEMISTRY’ to 07949 618035 and you & 3 mates could win free entry for +2 mates to Chemistry.

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SUNDISSENTIAL SOUTH @ THE FRIDGE - BRIXTON - 23rd APRIL 2004. LONDON

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TIMELESS 3rd BIRTHDAY
Saturday 24th April 2004
@ MASS, London
21.00 – 06.00

1,576,800 minutes
26,280 Hours
1,095 Days
3 Years

For one night only every single one of your most treasured clubbing memories will be brought to life as Timeless celebrates 3 glorious years on the World’s Hard Dance scene!

Forget a quiet trip down memory lane. This will be a turbo charged race down the super 16 lane, memory highway with no less than 28, bass hungry DJs at the wheel!

Enjoy!

ROB TISSERA | ANDY WHITBY | BEN STEVENS | PHIL REYNOLDS | JAMES LAWSON B2B ZANA MILLS | THE PROPHET | DONNA BIRT b2b LUCY FUR | BARRY CONNELL & MORE!

The £10 paying guest list for the event is now open. Please send names to lists@franticuk.com with TIMELESS in the title bar.

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LASHED IN LONDON
Courtesy of Frantic
Sunday 2nd May 2004
22.00 – 06.00
@ The SEone Club

Ibiza’s freshest party finally touches down in the Capital for a night of unparalleled Dance music devastation!

The people that brought you ‘Lashed in Ibiza’ & the people behind ‘HardHouse Academy’ combine forces to bring you possibly the most exciting party with the most exciting line up the Capital has ever seen!

Ultimately the most outrageous, excessive, intense and extreme event to hit London in years! With over
3,000 of the world's maddest clubbers, more than 40 DJs and 3 LIVE PAs, this is 10 hours and 6 rooms of NEXT LEVEL clubbing! This is the one and only upfront underground dance event you will never have experienced before! Are you ready to GET LASHED IN LONDON?!

ARENA 1 | LASHED

LISA LASHES, ANNE SAVAGE, BK, ROB TISSERA, LAB 4 *LIVE*, K90 *LIVE*, PAUL GLAZBY, A-STAR, GUFFY, NEAL APPEAL

ARENA 2 | GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS, + very special guest!

ANNE SAVAGE, CAROLINE BANX, TARA REYNOLDS, CHARLOTTE BIRCH, AMBER D, DONNA BIRT, LUCY FUR, ZANA MILLS, THE *TING*

ARENA 3 | IBIZA RE-UNION

ROB TISSERA, DAVE & HUEY, GRIFF, MOOSE, FILTHY RICH

ARENA 4 | FRANTIC NU-BREED

ANDY WHITBY, SHAF DE BASS, GEORGE-E, SIMON RUTHERFORD, TIN TIN b2b CRAIG PAXTON, RICHARD LAUNCH, ALI WILSON, PAUL REEVES b2b PAUL HENRY, TONY P, BEN YONG

ARENA 5 & 6 | VIP LOUNGE

ALI B, LESTER , GAVIN HERLIHY, PAUL THOMAS

The paying guest list for the event is now OPEN! With a line up like this the guest list will fill up VERY quickly. Please send names as soon as possible to lists@franticuk.com with LASHES In the title bar!

TICKET INFORMATION:
500 Early Bird tickets: £12.50 +bf
Standard priced tickets: £17.50 +bf

TEXT TO WIN: Text ‘Lash Me’ to 07949 618035 and you and 2 friends could win tickets to the premier of Lashes In London!

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HardHouse Academy: The Spring Edition

Saturday 29th May 2004
Carling Brixton Academy, London
20.30 – 06.00

HardHouse Academy goes LIVE!

K90 LIVE, Nu Energy Collective LIVE, Nuw Idol LIVE
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Rob Tissera, Andy Farley, Paul Glazby,Tara Reynolds & many many more!


The £10 paying guest list for this event is now OPEN. For the last edition of HHA this closed in just 3 days! Please send names to hha@franticuk.com as soon as possible!

Buy your tickets on line at www.nukleuz.com and you will be able to get all 4 Frantic Residents (01.02.03 & .04) for just £10! This offer is for the first 100 people only so don’t delay!

Early Bird tickets go on sale to members on Monday 5th April at 9am.

Any remaining tickets go on sale to the general public on Monday 12th April at 9am.

 

 
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