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Hospitality Bristol at Motion Skate Park (Bristol – Friday)

On Friday 5th July Motion Skate Park (Bristol) will host a special night for you, running from 22:00 – 06:00 and costing just £20. Your ticket willl allow you to see all these DJs! In Room One, will be hosted by Dynamite Wrec Lowqui Ad and on the night you will see the likes of High Contrast, Danny Byrd, S.P.Y., Hazard, Fred V & Grafix, Culture Shock, Metrik and Boro. Whilst Koast Sparkerboi will host the Tunnel, where you will be entertained by DJs such as Artwork, Preditah, Royal T, Chimpo, Other Echos, Unkey and A.Quake. That is not all though, because The Cave will see Etherwood, Hybrid Minds, Villem, Kenno and Seige all hosted by Med School. How can you miss this?

For tickets CLICK HERE


Last Underground Movement – Tom Demac at Libary Lounge Bar (Newquay – Saturday)

LUM (last underground movement) is back for the summer in sunny Newquay and on Saturday 6th July, they will be bringing you Tom Demac (live) (Hypercolour, Glass Table, Pets Recordings). Running from 22:00 – 04:00 you should expect Deep, bassin House music all night. Joining Tom on the night Peter Glasspool (Rejam), Piers Kirwan (Defected, Freeze DriedStereo Mutants), The Discoguns (Pop Clique), Jack Keo (LUM) and Kyle Edwards (LUM). This is not to be missed! You dont see underground acts like this in Cornwall! With added decor and lighting LUM promise to bring something never seen in Kernow and an atmosphere to get lost with!


Werk presents Inland Knights & Luca at Timbuk2

Werk presents Inland Knights plus support from LUC∆, 23:00 – 05:00, Saturday 6th July, Timbuk2, £6 OTD/£5 NUS. Joining LUC∆ on the night will be Craig Brown, Shawn Fleming, Clair Napierski, Van Max, Sam Pitch, Ben Wood, 51st Parallel, MC Frilla, Midas, Kable and Range, Modu, Clever Monkey, Howla, Bear Twists and Keeno & Excessive. This is a night that shouldn’t missed in anyones books so make sure you head down for a brilliant Saturday!

Tickets are purchased on the door so just head down.

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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