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Freeze Annouce 10th Anniversary Line Ups



Liverpool has long been a hotbed for music and musical talent, avoiding clichéd references to the Beatles the city has a long a varied musical heritage with an eclectic nature and tastes to match that of one of its favorite sons in the legendary John Peel. More specifically in the electronic music market the city has long hosted UK dance music powerhouses Chibuku and Cream but in recent years a new innovative project entitled Freeze has quickly become the talk of the city as a group of ambitious friends have taken over a series of amazingly original spaces to host spectacular events whilst helping out good causes.

Now in it’s 10th year, Freeze has unveiled the an extra special set of 10th anniversary line ups for its first run of shows taking place at one of the city’s most  spectacular venues, The Bombed Out Church with the likes of Bonobo, Gilles Peterson, Jamie XX, Todd Terje, Crazy P, Greg Wilson, Gerd Janson, Prins Thomas, John Talabot just some of the names scheduled to play in 2015.

Head to www.clubfreeze.co.uk to keep upto date with all things Freeze.

Freeze 10th Anniversary Shows

Freeze Presents
Saturday 14th March
@ The Lemon Lounge, Berry Street, Liverpool, L1 9DF
Danny Howells
Paolo Mojo
Steve Parry
Rob Casson / Andy Currie B2B
Mike Owen
More TBA
Tickets available by ballot entry only: www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Liverpool/The-Lemon-Lounge/Freeze-The-Last-Ever-Lemon-Lounge-Show/12305910/
8pm – 4am

Freeze Presents
Sunday 3rd May
@ The Bombed Out Church, Liverpool
Bonobo – DJ Set
Gilles Peterson
2pm – late

Freeze Presents
Sat 23rd May
Young Turks Showcase
@ The Bombed Out Church, Liverpool
Jamie XX
John Talabot
Special Guest TBA
Lorenzo Senni Live
Young Turks Residents
2pm – late

Freeze Presents
Sunday 24th May
@ The Bombed Out Church, Liverpool
Crazy P Live
Plus Guests
2pm – late

Freeze Presents

Sat 13th June
@ The Bombed Out Church, Liverpool
Todd Terje and friends
Todd Terje Live
Greg Wilson
Gerd Janson
Prins Thomas
2pm – late

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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