Reviewed: elrow Leeds
“Following the announcement of the Canal Mills estate redevelopment, Canal Mills will close its doors after six incredible years, for the final time on 01.01.19. Locking behind it over half a decade of unforgettable memories and moments.”
With this, came the announcement of a series of farewell events called “The Final Chapter”…
Ironically, this wasn’t the end of the venues book, with the confirmation that it was going to remain open for the Summer of 2019. Undoubtedly, the locals of Leeds were overjoyed with the news that another one of their most beloved venues was not going to be taken away from them. What better way to unite the Northern
With elrow being the epitome of groovy tech-house, the line-up consisted of Melé and residents of the extravaganza, Marc Maya and Eddy M. Melé, having played numerous of elrow shows before, his name was anticipated but nevertheless any less elated. He bought his enthusiasm and love for what he does, to the show, throwing around his iconic, upbeat, tribal sounds as well as playing some old-school dance classics. Eddy M and Marc Maya put their own twist onto their tech-house sets, which sure got the crowd ready for Melé’s 3-hour set.
With the 9th of March date selling out within under an hour and a second date quickly added, the response from Leeds proved how much elrow parties are awaited and sought for within the dance community.
Unquestionably, that will not the last time we see the spectacle come to this city again.