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Soul Clap Records Showcase at Mint Warehouse (Leeds – Friday)

It’s been too long since everyone’s favourite duo Soul Clap stopped by. So long in fact that Eli and Charlie have started their own label since they were in Leeds last September. The aim is to showcase new music that they love and fits their personal aesthetic, from straight up groovers to slow and sexy jams. The funkadelic Boston twosome always bring the heat when they play in town, and tonight, joined by exciting label artist Nick Monaco, let them show you what the new imprint is all about. With support from Josh T downstairs, the Set One Twenty posse upstairs and some very very sexual new 60s visuals in the main room, this really will be a night to remember. Ladies and Gents, meet Soul Clap Records.

For tickets CLICK HERE


Parklife (Manchester – Saturday & Sunday)

Ever popular Mancunian festival Parklife returns for a fourth year at its new home Manchester’s Heaton Park. This news alongside the confirmed line up that will have reassured fans that although the exact location of the event may be changing but their commitment to booking the right artists remains steadfast. With an eclectic range of artist who are often involved in the curation of the festival it’s easy to see why the Manchester outfit has quickly established itself as one of the North’s premier festivals. Plan B headlines alongside Example but it’s a tad further down the line-up that has got excited here at DT. With the chart cracking Disclosure, Simian Mobile Disco, Jessie Ware, AlunaGeorge and Teed further down the roster in addition to more leftfield bookings such as Joey Bada$$ and rising underground stars being showcased by Parklife favourites on specially curated stages it seems there is a lot to shout about. In fact it is the line-ups put together by David Rodigan and Hudson Mohawke that have really grabbed our attention as they aim to shine a spotlight on new talents such as impressive live show of duo TNGHT. All this and mixes from more of your most popular acts such as Benga, Sub Focus, Jaguar Skills and Mark Ronson. A festival you need to be at if you are in the North this weekend!

For tickets CLICK HERE


Shelter 1st Birthday (Liverpool – Saturday)

Kazimer will hold Shelter’s 1st Birthday, and what a birthday it will be! With Detroit Swindle making their Liverpool debut, you know that they will be going all out on the night to entertain the masses and put their stamp on the Liverpool crowd. You will also be seeing Cozzy D and you will also see Rory Palmer and Will Hollyoaks, better known as Henry St Social. So why not go and celebrate the festivities with them for a first birthday that you will not forget!

To buy tickets for this event please visit the events page: shelter 1st Birthday.. Detroit Swindle (Liverpool debut), Cozzy D & Henry Street Social tickets from Skiddle.

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Idiosync Presents: at Joshua Banks (Manchester – Saturday)

Idiosync have said they are very excited to be one of the Official brand partners with Parklife this year. As well as performing at the festival on Saturday at 7pm on the ‘From Manchester With Love’ stage. They will also be hosting the Official After Party at theirr home Joshua Brooks! The festival ends at 11pm on the Saturday so that means they’ve got until the early hours of the morning to let loose with the help of our special guest George Fitzgerald, the iDiOSYNC residents and some select friends. The line-up is like this George Fitzgerald (Hotflush/ ManMakeMusic), Special Guest, Guy Richards, Eoin Thomas, Aslan and Jay Murt

Get your tickets for this and every other Parklife after party HERE

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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