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Deadbeat Live @ Soup Kitchen (Manchester Friday)

A summer warmer at Soup Kitchen as Canadian techno legend Deadbeat comes to the basement for a rare live set. RBMA lecturer, techno auteur and superb DJ, Scott Monteith has been shaping the electronic landscape since the late 90s. His recently re-released album Primordia stands the test of time, with his dubbed out electronica as compelling today as it was 10+ years ago.He’ll be bringing a live set to the Soup basement, supported by one of Manchester’s most versatile DJs, Gary Sloan

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BPM Summer Sessions @ Roadhouse (Manchester Friday)

Manchester’s very own BPM (Big People Music) are back at the Roadhouse tonight bringing their own brand of UK Funky, Grime, Garage and Bass.

After a whopping kickstart to the summer with their BPM BBQ featuring Terror Danjah, they make their return to Manchester with a line-up of their fantastic residents Madam X (1xtra), Darka, GS. One and T. Dot. Only £2 on the door.


Future/Past @ Beaver Works (Leeds Saturday)

Future/Past are bringing some absolute legends of Techno to Leeds this Saturday. This will be Woody McBride‘s first show in Leeds in well over 15 years and if that’s not enough reason to get out of the house and onto the dancefloor then nothing is. One of the most important and pioneering Techno producers of the 1990s, CJ Bolland (R&S Records) will also be performing. Neil Landstrumm‘s new album The Dragon Under will be released just prior to the gig on Sneaker Social Club records so expect some brand new Techno material in his live show. 

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Garden Party @ Hull University Union (Hull Saturday)

Following the huge success of last year’s event which attracted over 2000 people, Garden Party is a 12 hour dance music festival with an open air stage and terrace along with three other music areas. They offer a line up that features the best talent the UK which is set in the stunning grounds of Hull University complex and gardens.

Waze & Odyssey remixes began surfacing in very late 2011 with their first EP dropping in early 2012 on petFood. A pivotal moment for this duo, as from that moment on they have been the name on everyone’s lips. They have attracted tastemakers across the board and a wealth of support from their peers with a wealth of tracks surfacing. With further releases on Kerri Chandler’s MadTech RecordsWolf Music and their most recent EP on Dirt Crew Recordings there is absolutely no sign of this UK duo letting up. Also appearing at the festival is Richy Ahmed who recently compiled the Rinse 23 album.

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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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