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  1. Izzy_Indigo

    49. Extraordinary one final time.

    BY JANUARY this thinking had coalesced into resolve, resolve into a plan. My mind and heart set. To honour Ginny I would use my share of her inheritance to follow my own dream, while I still could. I would take the rest of the year. I would target three months. One Summer then to travel to all those overseas festivals that had long coloured my friends and I's wistful talk, that like wind-caught pennants had long snapped in our imaginations, fierce and proud. The northern hemisphere's Summer Festivals: those Himalayas of the dance scene world: bivouacked: open-air: multi-day: many staged: thousands thronged: still underground: still free from the taint. I would chase my own dream, write my own ending, close my own chapter. I would be extraordinary one final time. As the plan became real, I shared it first with my family. I told them I was travelling to festivals to write a book, but I had no idea if I could do such a thing. If such a book would be at best boring, at worst incoherent. I kept these doubts to myself. I pushed them back and down with all the others and stored them in a little globe. When no-one was around I would bring the globe out and shake it and see them fly about like snow. What did it matter anyway? Anywhere but here, that was my creed. With surprising equanimity my family accepted. That is they didn’t react. They believed. They supported. They helped. Perhaps they understood it was a way for me to work through my grief. Perhaps they were numb to my deranged schemes by now - not for nothing, after all, did my mother call me up one day to say, “Hi Izzy. You well? You eating your vegies? Good. Good. Listen, I think you might be Bipolar.” (I'm not, by the way, just a dreamer of great dreams . . . with little follow through.) In any event, they didn’t try and talk dissaude me. * * * * This blog is a story. Each post picks up from the last. If you are new, start at the bottom with post 1 and then work your way up. * * * * Enjoying what you're reading? Please take the time to follow the blog, like and comment. Your support means a lot. Also, sharing is caring. * * * *
  2. Izzy_Indigo

    56. It sucked the fat one - hard.

    SO MY delirium went, on that black sand beach, for the first week or two. Then I grew bored. So very, very bored. And not long after I did my first festival straight: Splore, an hour outside Auckland. It is not recorded in these pages because, and I have to be honest here, it sucked the fat one - hard. While all my friends charged around, while John learnt how to dance to Drum and Bass and Sarah got sunburnt and the whole of Splore shuddered and jumped, I was in my tent early, wiped out. Water, good times and the contact high weren't nearly as energising as I'd hoped. To tell the truth It felt as if I slogged through a damped-down monochrome whilst all my friends soared in glorious HD and this worked on me after. But I was a Rottweiler with his favourite toy, I growled and I held on. I feared for the meaning of my travels otherwise. For the terminus they harboured. In all I straight edged for fourteen weeks. Looking back now I see it was inevitable I would crack and just as inevitable it would be at John's house. John was a good friend, unempathetic, sure, but a man of moderation I much admired. Wildly successful in business, a salesman extraordinaire and yet electronica enthusiast and rager also, John had seen me go through many self-improvement schemes over the years. Let me correct that. John had seen me start many self-improvement schemes over the years. Because they always ended in a swift crash, the wheels of the wagon breaking, the bodies and aspirations flying. More often than not John sabotaged the wagon himself, waiting until my back was turned to snap a few spokes - not out of malice or spite, but because he knew my soul wasn't serious. That night, at his house, two weeks before boarding my first plane, sitting outside, his pack of cigarettes lying provocative between us, John rolling one of his perfect double-skinner spliffs - for me, that is, unless you want to partake? - it all reached a final point of saturation, the weakness and the desire. My constant companions I could no longer dissolve. They'd been on the swell for months, feeding off every close-fought fight, augmented, like being struck in the same knot of muscle, continually, the ache deeper with every blow. And I felt compressed, ever more oppressed by the pressure, self-applied. It lay across all my vistas like a pyroclastic cloud. And the remembrance of Splore lingered. And it occurred to me I’d become so fixated on the outcome I’d forgotten about the experience. And I really, really, really wanted a durry. So. When the harpies come to tear off the roof, why sometimes it was better to open the front door. I crumpled, a paper pillar. I strapped on a gold watch and marched straight edge Izz off into retirement. I had a few beers, had a few cigs, and later we enjoyed the spliff as John had always known we would. * * * * This blog is a story. Each post picks up from the last. If you are new, start at the bottom with post 1 and then work your way up. * * * * Enjoying what you're reading? Please take the time to follow the blog, like and comment. Your support means a lot. Also, sharing is caring. * * * *
  3. Izzy_Indigo

    53. One gigantic, manic episode.

    AT THE time of first plan I'd hoped my travels would rally my far-flung friends - if I book the festivals, they will come - that it would be our last charge together. That I could trail along in their wake, as I had done so many times before, and together we'd forge an end worthy of all the dance scene had meant to us. But they were too far gone. Only three responded and only two of those were definite: one for the first festival, one for the last. In-between, I was on my own. Now spending a summer travelling the world's largest dance festivals was one thing, but travelling to them on your own when you were as unsocial as I was? Jeeeez. Which brought me to my third point. I was not naturally built for travel. I had no sense of direction - in fact, I was directionally damaged. I got lost in car-parks. I got lost going to places I had been to a dozen times before. I did better if I went in the opposite direction to my gut instinct. And to me landmarks were mythical things, the whole world a blur of slightly different (but mostly the same) asphalt, buildings and trees. This fault resided in the same part of my brain that dealt with languages and facial recognition, for I was also atrocious at both. Over the years I'd terrorised many a stranger with random twitchy-cheeked conversation only to discover they were not who I thought they were. A problem which would be okay overseas, I supposed, given I wouldn't be able to make myself understood in most of the countries anyway. You see then why I had my doubts. I would like to say in the face of them my fortitude kept me strong as my planning advanced, but that would be a lie. I could cut and run with the best of them. Better than most. However my foresight (oversight?) of chucking my job and booking a score of long-haul, non-refundable flights before I knew if any of my mates were going motivated far more. Like it or not I had locked myself into a summer of travelling the world's largest festivals as a comfort-and-convenience-loving, ambivalently-social, directionally-and-facially-challenged man, who was known as being a bit useless, verged on being too old, was poor at languages, had limited travel experience, and now no mates. And the only thing I could be sure of was that everyone else I encountered along the way would be there with their crew, because, well, who the hell went to a multi-day, open-air electronica festival on their own? Hmmm, maybe Mum was right and I was in the middle of one gigantic, manic episode. * * * * This blog is a story. Each post picks up from the last. If you are new, start at the bottom with post 1 and then work your way up. * * * * Enjoying what you're reading? Please take the time to follow the blog, like and comment. Your support means a lot. Also, sharing is caring. * * * *
  4. After the experience that was The Seekers of Light during ADE, The Gardens of Babylon (TGoB) returns to the Westerunie with an early Christmas gift featuring one of its original musical family members. The dynamic duo of Britta Unders will return, almost a year to the day, for an all night affair, as an intimate gathering of TGoB family and friends. Reflecting on the success of the last year, which began at the venue with YokoO and led to a multi-date virtual takeover of this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event, TGoB reflect on those who have aided and been there since the beginning. With a larger International showing set for 2018, the Holiday gifts involve everyone. This night will be broken down into four stages, each operating within its own part of the complete TGoB experience. Kicking things off will be an intimate musical program featuring TGoB favorite Akasha, for those joining from minute 1. Then, join spiritual collective The Dreaming for the event’s signature mass meditation, as well as a special poetry reading from seminal member Karla Woo. This leads into the opening of the official “XMas Comes Early” aspect, which includes Massage, Vintage Markets, Acts & Performances, Spiritual Guidance, Cleansing, and more to lead travellers through the night and into the year ahead. By 11pm, Britta Unders takes the stage and the rest is yet to be experienced. 15 December | The Gardens of Babylon: XMas Comes Early | Tickets | WesterUnie Featured Image: Kaik Photography The post Britta Unders Brings The Gardens Of Babylon Back To Westerunie For One Year Holiday Celebrations appeared first on Deep House Amsterdam. Source: Deep House Amsterdam
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  6. It’s been a hell of a year for Chinese Laundry. Over the last 11 months, the beloved Sydney venue has welcomed artists such as Italian don Joseph Capriati, Nastia, Kayzo, Loudpvck, and Valentino Khan to the decks at Slip Street. Their last line-up for the year is in, and it’s another big one. Local legend Kid Kenobi will be kicking things off for BASSIC at the start of the month, with Sydney’s Joyride and trombone trap act Alexander Lewis following in the weeks after. The last Saturday of the month will see a back-to-back takeover by Belgium’s Eptic and UK’s Trampa. LNDRY meanwhile, have locked in Billy Kenny, Brisbane local Jordan Burns, and Terace for headlining duties for the opening weekend, with Campelphat, Kill Frenzy, and Kormack are set to appear the week after. The rest of the month sees appearances from Dirtybird head Justin Martin, Kolombo, Shiba San, and Melbourne favourite Dom Dolla Not a bad way to finish off the year. Check out the full weekly line-ups below, and grab tickets here. The post Chinese Laundry’s December line-up is one of their biggest yet appeared first on inthemix. Source: InTheMix
  7. Hats off to Basenji, who’s quietly been releasing some of 2017’s best local dance music. After last year’s change of pace ‘Chroma’, the Sydney producer returned in August with the Mereki collaboration ‘Don’t Let Go’ — and now he’s shared another very, very good single. For his latest, Basenji has teamed up with local treasure Tkay Maidza on ‘Mistakes’, which is out today after being premiered on triple j last week. It follows a big year for Maidza — since the release of her self-titled debut album last year, Tkay has teamed up with M-Phazes and Ish DARR on ‘Don’t Even Know’, supported RL Grime on his Australian tour and had her track ‘Glorious’ featured on a little TV show called Girls, after being hand-picked by Lena Dunham herself. Listen to ‘Mistakes’ below; it’s out now via Future Classic. The post Basenji and Tkay Maidza just came through with one of the best tracks of 2017 appeared first on inthemix. Source: InTheMix
  8. After 20 years the iconic venue “De Lichtfabriek” is closing her doors for electronic music events. This New Years Eve the venue opens her door one last time for local techno event I Need Rhythm. In the future “De Lichtfabriek” will only be used for business events. The organization is pleased to be able to fill this evening with their creativity and turn the venue into an exclusive Techno Walhalla, once more. They want to distinguish themselves one last time at their homebase. Expect amazing visuals and decorations combined with the I Need Rhythm sound. One of the highlights is that it will be part of Marco Bailey’s album release tour. Marco Bailey (Materia Music, Arts, Drumcode // Belgium) – Temper album tour. This evening he is accompanied by many headliners from the scene. The full line-up will be announced on November 16, after which the ticket sales starts. Facebook event: here The post The iconic Lichtfabriek opens her doors one last time for a techno event during New Years Eve appeared first on Techno Moves. Source: TechnoMoves.net
  9. It’s finally comes, ladies and gentlemen. After their return at Qlimax last year, many rumours went out if Project One would come up with new music. After a while, this was somehow confirmed, but now we could say that the defenitive word is out. Yesterday Headhunterz and Wildstylez both made a mysterious announcement. So, we better all prepare for a few brand new tracks of the couple. Now that Headhunterz has officially returned to hardstyle and Wildstylez is still producing in his studio, the gents have also decided to continue their act as Project One ‘. After the return at Qlimax 2016 and some gigs in foreign countries, it seems to be a matter of time before we will hear something of these two. Headhunterz & Wildstylez tease their new Project One EP What has been revealed yet, is that also Q-dance is involved according to the orange logo in the top left corner. Besides, the title in the artwork ‘Project One EP 1’ brings us some questions. Would this be just the beginning of a new series of EPs? Coverphoto via Facebook-pagina Headhunterz The post Project One EP has finally been announced is visible on Hard News. Source: Hard News NL
  10. It’s finally comes, ladies and gentlemen. After their return at Qlimax last year, many rumours went out if Project One would come up with new music. After a while, this was somehow confirmed, but now we could say that the defenitive word is out. Yesterday Headhunterz and Wildstylez both made a mysterious announcement. So, we better all prepare for a few brand new tracks of the couple. Now that Headhunterz has officially returned to hardstyle and Wildstylez is still producing in his studio, the gents have also decided to continue their act as Project One ‘. After the return at Qlimax 2016 and some gigs in foreign countries, it seems to be a matter of time before we will hear something of these two. Headhunterz & Wildstylez tease their new Project One EP What has been revealed yet, is that also Q-dance is involved according to the orange logo in the top left corner. Besides, the title in the artwork ‘Project One EP 1’ brings us some questions. Would this be just the beginning of a new series of EPs? Coverphoto via Facebook-pagina Headhunterz The post Project One EP has finally been announced is visible on Hard News. Source: Hard News
  11. It’s hard to believe that the impeccable “Shelter” anime was released a full year ago – it’s even harder to believe that the last “Shelter” live show was already six months ago, but that’s the world we live in. The massive collaboration between Porter Robinson and Madeon garnered massive critical praise and boosted the fan engagement of both artists, considering people had been wanting a collaboration from them for what seems like ever. The anime for “Shelter” came out two months after the release of the single – though at the time, it seemed like the time between the two was much longer. The project was made in collaboration with A-1 Pictures and Crunchyroll, and features the story of Rin, “a 17-year-old girl who lives her life inside of a futuristic simulation completely by herself in infinite, beautiful loneliness.” Watch “Shelter” again below, as well as the special behind the scenes video from Crunchyroll released last October. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: “Shelter” Anime Released One Year Ago, Crunchyroll Releases Behind The Scenes Source: Your EDM
  12. Pete Tong is one of dance music’s foremost pioneers. Between his Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1, he’s also a label executive and co-founded the electronic music division at WME. Now, he’s bringing his Ibiza influence to Los Angeles with a live performance of his Ibiza Classics show, performed with the Heritage Orchestra and conducted by Jules Buckley, and with support from Guy Gerber. Pete Tong Ibiza Classics began a couple of years ago at the triumphant BBC late night Ibiza Prom, where Tong worked with Buckley and the innovative Heritage Orchestra and its artistic director Chris Wheeler to pioneer a show that melded the world of dance music with an orchestra. “It resonated with people in a magical way,” says Tong. We’ve teamed up with Pete’s team to give one lucky fan the opportunity to win a pair of tickets to the legendary show, which is sure to sell out. Enter via the portal below now! This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Win One Pair Of Tickets To Pete Tong Presents: Ibiza Classics with the Heritage Orchestra at the Hollywood Bowl Source: Your EDM
  13. Martin Garrix is releasing some new music this Friday, but it won’t be as Martin Garrix. It won’t be as Area 21, either. Instead, the Dutch producer is reviving his old GRX alias for a collaboration with friend Brooks called “Boomerang.” The news was broken by @MartinGarrixHub, an account which regularly provides up-to-the-minute updates on Garrix and his musical endeavors. This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: Martin Garrix Releasing New Track With Brooks Under One Of His Old Aliases Source: Your EDM
  14. As with all good stories, as one chapter closes, another opens. Such is the way in the already singles-rich chronicle of “Materia” – Cosmic Gate’s episodic seventh album project. Following the considerable success of January’s “impressive” “roots return” (DJ Mag) “made for the clubs” (MIXMAG) maiden Chapter, “Materia” enter its second, entrancing phase. Through winter and spring, its producers, singers and songwriters have burnt the midnight studio oil bright to bring you nine incredible new ‘Materia’ creations. One glance at ‘Chapter.Two’s production team-ups is certain to put a smile on the lips of every serious trance lover. Ever pictured what a Cosmic Gate x Markus Schulz outing would sound like? Or imagined what would happen if CG met Super8 & Tab in the studio? Well here’s where your thoughts become things! After the ‘WYM’-born club smash ‘Sometimes They Come For More’, you’re also in line for ‘No Strings Attached’ – their return match with Arnej. Song-based collaborations naturally abound too, with new music backed by many a respected voice. Through ‘If Not Now’ and ‘Materia’s title track, JES makes two appearances. After their Chapter.One turns, Eric Lumiere and Alastor both return and following 2014’s ‘Sparks After The Sunset’, Sarah Lynn is back too, with ‘Folded Wings’. Nic & Bossi have also built a beyond-deluxe, limited edition Collectors version of ‘Materia’. It includes the double CD, a 12” vinyl of ‘am2pm’ and ‘No Strings Attached’, a Cosmic Gate flag and ‘Materia’ poster, along with a set of white and black wristbands. Limited to just 500 numbered & signed units, you can pin yours down now through FineNight.com here. Tracklist Disc 1. 01. Cosmic Gate & JES – Fall Into You 02. Cosmic Gate & Ilan Bluestone – Spectrum (Album Mix) 03. Cosmic Gate & Eric Lumiere – Edge Of Life (Album Mix) 04. Cosmic Gate & Ferry Corsten – Dynamic 05. Cosmic Gate & Alastor – Fight The Feeling (Album Mix) 06. Cosmic Gate & Tim White – The Deep End (Album Mix) 07. Cosmic Gate – am2pm 08. Cosmic Gate & Julie Thompson – Fireflies (Album Mix) 09. Cosmic Gate – Halo (Album Mix) Disc 2. 01. Cosmic Gate & JES – Materia (Intro Mix) 02. Cosmic Gate & Emma Hewitt – Tonight 03. Cosmic Gate & Super8 & Tab – Noom (Album Mix) 04. Cosmic Gate & Eric Lumiere – Bigger Than We Are 05. Cosmic Gate & Markus Schulz – AR 06. Cosmic Gate & Alastor – Someday (Album Mix) 07. Cosmic Gate & JES – If Not Now (Album Mix) 08. Cosmic Gate & Sarah Lynn – Folded Wings (Album Mix) 09. Cosmic Gate & Arnej – No Strings Attached (Album Mix) www.facebook.com/cosmicgate www.cosmic-gate.de www.twitter.com/cosmicgate www.soundcloud.com/cosmicgateofficial WIN Share this article on Facebook (share this post in public mode), fill out the form and enter to win 1 of 2 copies! Name Facebook Name Email Please enter full address in this Contest Entry Form to receive the prize! Street Address Street Address Line 2 City Region Postal / Zip Code Country *ends on sunday 15.10.2017 http://trance-family.com
  15. It’s just gone 7:45pm at Sydney’s Centennial Park, and crowds of people are bolting across the festival grounds. The movement is so sudden it’s as if an alarm clock had suddenly gone off. Which is pretty close to the truth, if you replace the alarm clock with an almighty boom of noise from the 909 Stage, where Pnau have just started their set. The warping synths of ‘Into The Sky’ are wafting over the heads of thousands of devoted and sweaty punters, who have turned out in force to see the veterans in full festival flight. The trio have played a few shows since their comeback single ‘Chameleon’ was released in November last year, but this performance at Listen Out feels very much like a homecoming — a retaking of the Australian dance crown. After 2011’s underwhelming Soft Universe and 2012’s Elton John remix album, Good Morning To The Night, you could have been forgiven for thinking that Pnau’s best music was behind them. Those albums bore nothing as madcap or as brilliant as ‘Wild Strawberries’, ‘Embrace’, or ‘Baby’ — and with Nick Littlemore and Peter Mayes both working hard on other projects, it felt as if Pnau’s gilded run at the top of Australia’s dance scene had rushed to an end. Then ‘Chameleon’ happened. In early November — only a couple of weeks after Nick Littlemore let slip in an interview with me that new Pnau music was coming — they exploded back onto the scene with a song that recalled the giddy, crazed highs of their 2007 album Pnau. ‘Chameleon’ became the dance anthem of the summer, landing on our list of the Best Dance Tracks of 2016 and at #11 in triple j’s Hottest 100. It was certified platinum. They even picked up a new member: Sam Littlemore, who worked with them on Pnau. After four years in the wilderness, Pnau were back. There’s no hint of rust on Pnau tonight. They are a tightly-oiled machine, led by the arresting and utterly bonkers Nick Littlemore. Draped in a black cloak and wildly gesticulating towards the sky, he whirls his way through ‘Into The Sky’ and ‘Wild Strawberries’ — which is rapturously received by the crowd. They follow it up with a run of unreleased tracks from their upcoming Changa album, including the bounding ‘Nothin In The World’ and ‘Getting Tough’. Photo by Pat Stevenson For the most part they stick to the favourites. Pnau tracks like ‘We Have Tomorrow’, ‘No More Violence’, ‘Come Together’, ‘Lover’, and ‘With You Forever’ hit one right after the other, with ‘Chameleon’ vocalist Kira Devine on hand to provide Littlemore with support. The crowd loses its collective shit when ‘Embrace’ hits with a shower of blinding strobes and steam, while Littlemore stands on stage, arms outspread like an icon, screaming at the top of his lungs. It’s chaotic, it’s over the top — it’s Pnau at their very best. “It’s chaotic, it’s over the top — it’s Pnau at their very best.” Before they close out with ‘Chameleon’, Littlemore takes the time to implore the crowd to vote yes against a massive rainbow backdrop — and his voice is nearly drowned out by the cheers that are returned in full. As for ‘Chameleon’… well, if there’s a better Aussie festival banger out there right now, I’d like to hear it. Pnau are back, baby. Pnau Listen Out Sydney setlist ‘Into The Sky’ ‘Wild Strawberries’ ‘Changa’ ‘Nothin In The World’ ‘Getting Tough’ ‘Go Bang’ ‘Fresh Kills’ ‘We Have Tomorrow’ ‘Again’ ‘No More Violence’ ‘With You Forever’ ‘Come Together’ ‘Changes’ ‘Lover’ ‘Embrace’ ‘Control Your Body’ ‘La Grenouille’ ‘Chameleon’ — Article image by Pat Stevenson The post Why Pnau are still one of Australia’s best festival acts appeared first on inthemix. http://inthemix.junkee.com
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    One More Dance, Open Air Day PartySunday September 17 | 1pm - 9pm | Capulet | BrisbaneSecret Society, Hungry Koala Records and Alter Tours & Events team up to present one of Techno's fastest rising stars first Australian Tour featuring an Exclusive Brisbane show Sunday September 17 at Capulet, Fortitude Valley. Welcoming .........LAYTON GIORDANI [NEW YORK] [DRUMCODE RECORDS] https://www.facebook.com/LaytonGiordani/https://soundcloud.com/laytongiordani https://open.spotify.com/artist/7mC3RkNNTV6p2j9w4F8Ip4Supports :NAYLO . REECEY BOI . BAD COMPUTER . MITCH GREY DIPPY | LOCKED N' LOADED | NADA-NUFF HII_FRNDZ | ABSYNTH | BOI KING KOI 18+ Tickets : https://onemoredance-brisbane.eventbrite.com.au/ www.hungrykoalarecords.com
  17. Last bank holiday we hopped on the train to Bristol and joined the crowds for one of the biggest line-ups of the weekend at MOTION. We arrived with great anticipation and excitement to check out what they had in store for their biggest outdoor party to date. We entered to the sounds of Alex Bowman playing out to a sea of ravers in the Container Yard, a wide courtyard style area that also hosted a number of food retailers and bars. The party was in full swing and spirits were high, particularly with the sun beaming down on the crowd who were enjoying Bowman’s selected cuts. The indoor club space was also open and served as a cut through to the other two outdoor areas. It was great to get a feel for what Motion looks like on a regular night and to get a taste of the intimate and underground feel of the inner sanctions of this industrial space. Within here there was also an LED light installation complimented with ambient sets from a number of DJs on the lineup. It was certainly a great place to lie down and take a party break. Located on the other side of the club was the Crane Yard, a long narrow space that created a very intimate and packed dancefloor where we caught sets from Daniel Avery & Midland. Exploring further, we found the Lock Yard; another intimate space that was located down by the river. The vibes were chilled here and so we enjoyed a chance to dance and chat to the crowd who had come far and wide for this momentous party. Recharged, we headed back out to the Container Yard to catch Seth Troxler delivering his usual blend of house and techno to a packed out crowd. With the audience’s full attention he built up the momentum and energy of the night before handing over to the main attraction – techno god Jeff Mills. The sun had set and the crowd was ready for to propel themselves into the night. Mills delivered, even dishing out some techno classics from his own back catalogue to which the clubbers went wild. Energy levels were high and Mills certainly stepped things up to the next level as he blasted out some hefty techno cuts. Not to miss out on anything, we slipped off to catch the last half hour of Eats Everything’s set over in the Crane Yard where we bustled through the crowd to catch the Bristolian in full swing. This space was really fun; the intimacy and packed out space meant this felt like a proper rave. The night came to a close at 10pm, but having been treated to a day of dancing to some of techno’s finest we left with a huge grin on our faces and with the intention to return to Bristol again very soon. Thank you, Motion! Be sure to check out the full series of events that Motion have announced; there’s some huge line-ups scheduled for the next few months including a Drumcode & Percolate takeover – details & tickets HERE. The post MOTION BRISTOL THREW ONE HELL OF AN OUTDOOR PARTY OVER THE BANK HOLIDAY AND WE WERE THERE appeared first on The Techno Kittens. Source: Techno Kittens
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    Last one to post wins

    I thought i'd start a bit of a forum game. Its pretty simple. The last person to post wins! Aaaaand GO
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    After another successful One Weekend In April (Anzac Day Eve) our next Public Holiday Event, Circus Bar & Nightclub celebrates all things English with One Weekend In June (Queens Birthday Eve) Fabric Day & Night Party!! Doors Open 2pm.Featuring DJ's: Sunshine, Hey Sam, Butters + Residents & Guests.FREE DRINKS + DISCOUNT DRINKS: Free Cocktail Punch & Beer (2pm-4pm)Drink Specials (2pm-4pm & 10pm-12am)Free Tea & Scones (From 4pm) FREE BIRTHDAY PACKAGES: Celebrating your Birthday in June? Check out our FREE Birthday Package below. Yourself +2 Free Entries Discount Entry for additional friends Cocktail Jug +5 Wet Pussy Shots Circus Medallion (10+ on list) Free Private Booth (Via Bottle Service) For more info feel free to inbox our fan page. Circus Bar & Nightclub 199 Commercial Road, South Yarra
  20. Ben Klock Plays a wide ranging set that goes from the subsumed to the intense for the crowd at the boiler Room Berlin including an enthusiastically dancing Nina Kravitz Share this Hide Sites Source: Techno Music News
  21. Ben Klock Plays a wide ranging set that goes from the subsumed to the intense for the crowd at the boiler Room Berlin including an enthusiastically dancing Nina Kravitz Share this Hide Sites Source: Techno Music News
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