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Sat 8th Nov at 8:00pm - 4:00am
@ The Warehouse Project, Manchester
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1-800 Dinosaur: James Blake + DJ Mala + Airhead + Frank Tope + Bake + Dan Foat + DJ Klaus + Mr Assister
The talented producer/singer/composer and DJ from London released one of 2011's most unique and interesting albums with his Mercury-nominated experimental, self-titled debut. A softer side of dubstep, he also scored success with singles 'Limit To Your Love' and 'The Wilhelm Scream'. His second album, 'Overgrown' drew glowing reviews from across the board, placing it as one of the best-received records of 2013 and picking up the Barclaycard Mercury Music Prize, for the best British album of the year.
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Mala is a producer, DJ, label owner and visionary best known for his contributions to the scene known as dubstep. But to people who have been touched by his music or moved by his DJing, he holds deeper place in their hearts. Through certain frequencies, his music carries a message that fundamentally connects people.
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Inspired by open-minded heroes such as Harvey, i-F and Theo Parrish, Frank is on a mission to save house music from boredom, digging back deep into an immense record collection. Combining disco euphoria with plenty of heavyweight basslines, Latin percussion and enough of his dubbed-out sound FX to turn any club into a party.
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Resident DJ at Blue Mountain in Bristol and one half of dance production duo Foat And Boddy.
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Venue: The Warehouse Project
→ Manchester Piccadilly 5 min walk