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Wiggle 19th Birthday at Paramount

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Wiggle celebrates 19 years of moving and grooving London town at Paramount on 25th May, for a birthday bash to remember! It’s hard to believe that 19 years have passed since they started their journey, and what a journey it’s been! One thing is for sure though, time flies when your having fun! So why not join them in raising a glass to 19 years and a bright future with the sounds of Julien Chaptal, Terry Francis, Nathan Coles, Eddie Richards and Rob Collman

Julien Chaptal is a multi-talented, Amsterdam-based Parisian performing both as a live act and DJ. First breaking through in 2007/8 on a young Amsterdam based label called Remote Area and subsequently with releases on labels such as Intacto, 2020 Vision and most recently on Saved, Julien has remained at the forefront of the many talents which have emerged from the vibrant Dutch scene. 2013, however, has the look of a vintage year for Julien Chaptal as his ‘Illin’ EP debuted on Saved at the beginning of February, which has kicked off a stellar run of releases through until summer. This is a man who should not be missed, much like the next artist Rob Collman, who ever since winning Muzik Magazine’s DJ competition in the mid 90’s, has been wowing crowds with his impeccable mixing skills. He’s one of the founders of Alienation and therefore a forefather of the underground deep house meets techno circuit. He was a regular guest at Stereo Studio in Croatia and he’s been grooving up the radio waves on Electric Lion and Groovesite, Croatia. A rock-solid regular behind the decks at all the parties that really matter, so why not come down and hear him for yourself. With these two, plus the names of Terry Francis, Nathan Coles and Eddie Richards all joining the party this is a night that needs to be seen to be believed so get your tickets now.

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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