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  • Canal Mills' Easter Sunday party to feature Maya Jane Coles, Joris Voorn & Paul Woolford | News | Ticket Arena
    a multitude of aliases between them One of Leeds own Paul Woolford took inspiration from cult club night Back To Basics and developed an acid and electro orientated sound that has evolved across successful projects under his own name and pirate radio tribute moniker Special Request Spreading his influence Woolford adopted a mentor like status for other big names rising from Leeds dancefloors before trading Call Lane for Ibiza in 2008 where he held a residency at We Love Space Returning to Leeds he ll serve up a sample of the tunes he has unearthed through decades of digging Maya Jane Coles musical endeavors have taken her all over the world with her en vogue brand of warm tech house proving popular across the globe Accompanying well received mixes for BBC Essential Mix and K7 s DJ Kicks with releases for Hypercolour 20 20 Vision Dogmatik Records and Heidi s Jackathon Maya has been a prominent figure in the world s increasing embrace of vocal tech house much like another of the night s headliners Joris Voorn Both advocates of deep filtered house the pair appeared in RA s Top 100 DJs list with Coles coming in at 75 and Voorn an even more impressive 31 Both have proved popular with audiences wherever they ve gone and that s unlikely to change as they take to the stage at Canal Mills Completing the bill in room 1 local lad Denney will play out on the back of what has been a breakthrough year following on from Mills resident Grainger Room 2 will be hosted by Love Not Money Records with label boss Luke Pompey bringing along Kreature Jhonsson Acid Skys Rick Hirst and Campo to join in with the seasonal festivities Words by Andrew Kemp Photos courtesy of Soundchannel Get

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  • DZ EZ to attempt 24-hour non-stop set for Cancer Research | News | Ticket Arena
    king DJ EZ will be attempting to go to work behind the decks for 24 hours straight on the 27 th of February to help raise money for Cancer Research The event will be streamed live on his website DJEZ com as he begins the challenge at 6pm Saturday right through to 6pm Sunday the 28 th of February Be prepared to be sorted out with some top track IDs as DJ EZ treats us to 24 hours straight of garage bangers all for a good cause 100 of donations raised will go straight to Cancer Research You can support DJ EZ s 24 hour set for Cancer Research via the link below https www justgiving com dj ez Photos courtesy of DJ EZ Venues Albert Hall Manchester Manchester Canal Mills Leeds Mint Club Leeds XOYO London Hidden Manchester The Rainbow Venues Birmingham Tobacco Dock London Twitter Tweets by ticketarena Ticket Arena The Leading Online Ticket Outlet Join our Mailing List Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Customer Services Help Terms Conditions Print Your Tickets Forgot Your Password Using This Site Privacy Policy Ticket Arena 31 32 Park Row Leeds LS1 5JD support ticketarena co uk Facebook Twitter

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  • In Conversation: Darius Syrossian | News | Ticket Arena
    and want to tell our own stories too Expect individual sets this summer just like it used to be when we all played but at Sankeys or Tribal Sessions It also makes space for more guests to come in and give the punters more variety As I said huge announcement coming soon so stay tuned As well as a club night Do Not Sleep is now a record label that will epitomise the sound of the parties Can you tell us a bit about some of the releases past present and future Well we couldn t have launched the label any better really the first release Hanns Trippy not only sold well on the vinyl release but also the digital went straight in at number 4 on Beatport Infact all three versions of the original hit top 20 Now we have another release out called Charles Manson by Perel which has a remix by myself Next up is a Miami WMC various artists sampler with artists such as Pawsa Josh Butler Mikro Di Florio Italobros and a few more Then there is another original from myself Sidney and Sante Aside from your Do Not Sleep projects do you have any other music you re excited about at the moment I noticed you were in the studio with Josh Butler last week Yes loads I have an original track out on Swiss label definition music that also features a Nick Curly remix also there is the vinyl only thing called funk flex coming out soon too Also there s the much awaited release Mischief Brew that comes out on material records is also out in April and has a wAFF remix Yes myself and josh have something coming out in the summer too Winter time sees me go hardcore in the studio The best thing about winter hahaha Here is exact run down of forthcoming releases Darius Syrossian Back to truth includes Nick Curly remix Darius Syrossian Acid fiteen Definition Music Vinyl Digital Darius Syrossian FunkFlex Rimming Records Vinyl only Darius Syrossian Mischief Brew includes wAFF remix Material Records Vinyl Digital Darius Syrossian My fav Riot Circus Recordings Darius Syrossian Santé Sidney Charles Soul Brothers Darius Syrossian Santé Sidney Charles Nomads Do Not Sleep Records Vinyl Digital You re an avid vinyl collector and will be very happy I m sure about the height of sales at the moment Do you think this will continue to grow or is it at risk of beginning to decline again as it did after the new millennium arrived Well I think the vinyl growth is a bit misleading Underground house and techno hasn t really grown it s just that hipsters think vinyl is cool to own and are buying re issues of 80s indie bands and stuff like that as collector s items rather than underground house and techno selling loads again When I had my record shop we would see maybe 4 to 5 thousand sales of each release which was an

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  • Krankbrother & Phonica set to welcome Ata, Move D and Prins Thomas to Fire London | News | Ticket Arena
    being Soho s most visited record shop Joining in arms with musical cover all Krankbrother for the fourth year running the hosts have invited friends Axel Boman Ata Move D and Prins Thomas for this tasty looking affair As one of the men behind Frankfurt s Robert Johnson Ata puts his name to one of the world s most respected techno clubs and has been influencing and demonstrating the talents of Germany s evermoving techno conveyor belt for over 20 years As if such a reputation wasn t enough to have techno lovers foaming at the mouth Ata will be blessed with the company of Move D a countryman of equal esteem who has recently had the honour of operating the curtain of Leeds favourite party Deep Fever Few DJs can compete with the knowledge or influence of either to have them play the same night is a treat reserved for special occasions Not to be outdone Scandinavia also sends forward a pair of representatives with Sweden s Axel Boman and Norwegian Prins Thomas bringing weighty reputations of their own Prins Thomas specialty indie disco is as distinctive as it is fun whilst Axel Boman has marked himself as a masterful artist in the studio with a deep soulful approach to composition and a similarly thoughtful mindset in club settings And let s not forget the night s hosts aren t exactly new to the scene either with Krankbrother having juggled their time between production running a label and monthly parties in our capital for 10 years And Phonica s DJs Well they ve got an entire record store at their disposal Quality assured Words by Andrew Kemp Photos courtesy of Move D Get Tickets for Krankbrother Phonica records at Fire Buy Tickets Venues Albert Hall Manchester Manchester The Rainbow

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  • Chase & Status and Craig David's TS5 join Stormzy as Detonate Festival headliners | News | Ticket Arena
    favourite of Detonate and still one of the most exciting duos in British dance music is Chase Status who are the first of these two names Hailing from the capital Will and Saul have been making top notch bass music since their debut album Take Me Away that became an instant classic in drum bass The pair have developed their sound over the years to integrate a number of others things with their style today being one of the most dexterous they have had You look over the development in Chase Status sound through the years through our feature Craig David has been a popular music idol for a very long time however he has recently been throwing some rather special parties at his Miami penthouse every Sunday which gave birth to the name TS5 Now streaming on Capital and KISS FM the parties having given Craig a DJ reputation that has won him gigs all over the country with this appearance at Detonate Festival being the most anticipated Already announced Stormzy is the star of the UK grime revival that is coming to its peak at the moment Having appeared on BBC Radio 1Xtra s Live Lounge recently he has resonated with the whole country Stormzy s tracks Shut Up Dude and WickedSkengMan 4 have been the highlights of his music career as of yet however you can expect to see a lot more of him this year as he has become one of the most in demands rappers of today Stay tuned to hear who will be joining these three in the rest of the line up very soon Words by Josh Plews Photos courtesy of Craig David Get Tickets for Detonate Festival Buy Tickets Venues XOYO London Canal Mills Leeds Mint Club Leeds Albert Hall Manchester Manchester

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  • The Chemical Brothers, Major Lazer, Ice Cube & more annouced for Parklife 2016 | News | Ticket Arena
    to bring the party to Parklife Joining them as headliners will be Diplo s Major Lazer The trio have grown to become one of the most recognisable electronic acts in the world thanks to Diplo s production and the groups energetic live performances With three of their own full length releases at the ready including last years Peace Is The Mission and Music Is The Weapon Major Lazer s live show is definitely one to look out for over the weekend Following on from last year s appearance from Nas and the Wu Tang Clan Parklife will once again be welcoming hip hop royalty with this year set to see appearances from NWA s Ice Cube Busta Rhymes and De La Soul UK drum bass will also be well represented as Sigma will be stopping off at Heaton Park on their live tour along with Andy C and Chase Status Bands such as Bastille Wolf Alice and Years Years are set to appear across the weekend with UK grime and garage stars Craig David Kano and Stormzy also descending on the 2 day festival As always Parklife will be offering up a selection of the finest DJ ing talent with the likes of Seth Troxler and Jamie Jones set to make another appearance at the festival RA s number 1 DJ for 2 consecutive years Dixon will be behind the decks along with Klockworks label boss Ben Klock Sound clash legend David Rodigan is also set to appear bringing his blend of dub reggae and drum bass to Parklife Festival Lineup The Chemical Brothers Major Lazer Ice Cube Jamie Xx Jess Glynne Years Years Skepta Annie Mac Chase Status Diplo Jamie Jones Andy C Mk Dj Ez Bastille Wolf Alice Circa Waves Busta Rhymes Jack Garratt Flume Four Tet Katy B Stormzy De La Soul Gorgon City Live Sigma Live Seth Troxler The Martinez Brothers Blossoms Craig David Ts5 Pusha T Kaytranada Soul Ii Soul Hannah Wants Solomun Maceo Plex Groove Armada Dj Adam Beyer Dixon Nina Kraviz Ben Klock Joseph Capriati Eats Everything Todd Terje Dj Koze David Rodigan Mbe Armand Van Helden B2b Jackmaster Hot Since 82 Joris Voorn Black Coffee Steve Lawler Ben Ufo Floating Points Dj Earth Wind Fire Experience Ft Al Mckay Chronixx The Zincfence Redemption Grace Kano Lethal Bizzle Kurupt Fm Sub Focus Wilkinson Live Amine Edge Dance Kink Live Fat White Family Julio Bashmore Dusky Section Boyz Bugzy Malone Heidi Skream Richy Ahmed Patrick Topping Yousef Tiga Daniel Avery Joy Orbison The Black Madonna Bicep Motor City Drum Ensemble B Traits Alan Fitzpatrick Preditah Bad Company Special Request Dub Phizix Strategy Jamie Woon Shura Mura Masa Snakehips Kelela Nao Mista Jam My Nu Leng B2b Oneman Goldlink Leon Vynehall Waze Odyssey Pan Pot Andrea Oliva Charlie Sloth Sg Lewis Maribou State Live Casisdead Wstrn Novelist Izzy Bizu Anne Marie Bonkaz Levelz Submotion Orchestra Job Jobse Danny Howard Artwork Bonkaz Barely Legal Jasper James 99 Souls Ida Engberg Subb An Riton Mele Formation Icarus

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  • Ostgut Ton: At Zehn | News | Ticket Arena
    that epitomise the club s early sound Ben Klock Marcel Dettman Dawning Dead Man Watches The Clock As mentioned earlier this was the first EP release on Ostgut Ton Although the label at this time was unheard of and the release did not receive heavy promotion the method of distributing 50 test pressings to DJs who played at the club did enough to get a great widespread response Klock and Dettman have since been integral parts of the Ostgut Ton family and the EP signalled the decision to keep the label residents only Cassy Panorama Bar 01 In a similar feat to the first choice Cassy s Panorama Mix was the first in its own series showcasing the sound of the upstairs room at Berghain With a solid reputation as an individual club its in own right this mix does the duty in exposing the deeper and more soulful side of the music reach that can be heard there however it doesn t fail to pack some punch toward the outset Prosumer Murat Tepeli Serenity As the debut artist album to be released on Ostgut Ton Serenity saw Prosumer and Murat Tepeli return to the label for the second time with their Chicago house style that was if you like a curveball in the largely techno and European sound that had come from the earlier EPs in the labels back catalogue Nevertheless this expanded Ostgut Tons musical reach even more with this being just the beginning of it Shed Shedding The Past Shed was another member of the Ostgut family who broadened horizons for the label as he fronted a dubstep referencing take on techno that no one at the time had heard From here artists like Scuba Martyn and Shakelton explored this further with the sound now playing a large part of some performances at the club today This LP was also released in the year that Ostgut Ton broke to international acclaim Nick Höppner Who Needs Action Who Needs Action was Nick Höppner s first release for the label which at the time he was managing As he describes his roles as dedicated to making the executive decisions licencing distribution and marketing during the first years of the label he will have had his work cut out for him Here though he made his anticipated debut that brings him to the table as one of its most important artists Various Artists Fünf Fünf was Ostgut Ton s five year anniversary compilation that was released on a 7 vinyl box set as well a mix CD With the intention of including the club in its music and artwork the concept of artists using field recordings from the club was brought forward and put into action Opening with a track from Emilka that was created entirely from samples taken at the club the following collection also saw other artists using the sound bank in their own ways with the mix featuring the likes of Marcel Fengler Dinky Soundstream Margaret Dygas

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  • In Review: Lobster Boy Tour - Redlight, Mak & Pasteman & more | News | Ticket Arena
    and variety of production known by head honcho Redlight being mirrored throughout the London based label With the combined mixture of house techno garage UK bass genres in the collectives arsenal you know when attending your in for a treat Upon passing the surprisingly impressive graffiti and post apocalyptic decor on the way in Mak Pasteman were already shelling some of the best tech around drawing in a large crowd to the dimly lit room early on with those unmistable warbles of Joy Oribison s BRTHDTT The pair have been producing stellar singles for some time and I personally wasn t sure if they would rely on playing their own material Overall the Leeds duo were excellent live dropping a variety of tech that s easily recognizable with the pair amongst the nights roster Their newest single Call 2 Me was featured on B Traits Radio 1 mix the 4th Feb As the night progressed the basements capacity began to become somewhat stretched an undoubted result of the Lobster Boy collective playing the same stage Next up and my personal highlight of the night belongs to Londoner Mella Dee His signature UK bass production style with more amen breaks than a sunday service always sets off the crowds and created a nice mixture between his euphoric opening choice of Bloody Valentine s edit of the Mancunian anthem I Wanna be Adored and his own hard techno remix of Mala s Changes Special shout outs to the locals at Pirate Material ruling the upstairs system after a late capacity increase Having free reign for the evening meant space to cover loads of genres throughout the night it s always refreshing to walk into a less densely populated stage to be greeted by unexpected classics such as Benga s Night and H20

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