Tag : clubs

Sweet Like Hunee for Halloween – Review

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As part of a scary weekend special, the renowned DJ, Hunee, frightened the crowds of Mint Warehouse for a very wicked night. A spooky Saturday 27th October saw Hunee, Jayda G & DJ Fett Burger frighten Mint Warehouse with a supple variety of disco, house and techno. Habitually, the venue … Read More

Discwoman: Amplifying Each Other

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Discwoman is an all-female DJ collective and artist agency, focused on promoting equality and representing female talent in the electronic music scene. Before their night at Wire last week, Clubs editor James Dewar briefly caught up with them… It seems like an obvious question but, first of all, what led … Read More

Equaliser: Partying for Equality

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In The Middle had the pleasure of chatting with Ranyue Zhang, the founder of Equaliser: the DJ party collective which promotes non-cis male DJs and diversifying the decks. On a crisp October day, I had the pleasure of meeting up with Equaliser founder and Brudenell Groove resident, Ranyue Zhang. Equaliser … Read More

Dance Disease Infects Leeds – Review

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Last Friday, Blueberry Hills Studios welcomed back new kids on the block, Dance Disease, after their sold out debut at the venue last year. Thanks to the likes of Patchwork and Next of Kin, the intimate, 300 capacity venue was the perfect setting for Dance Disease. Izzy Wylie, who started the … Read More

A Match Made in Heaven – Review

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On October 12th, Mint Warehouse with Dirty Disco & Set One Twenty laid on a fantastic night, letting loose two electronic music legends, Floating Points and Mr. Scruff. Excitement for this one was high and queues were long with students eagerly awaiting in anticipation for the pair’s marathon, back-to-back, 6-hour-set. … Read More

The Curious Case of the Bean Man

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If you’re not yet aware, there is a mysterious DJ who is popping up and playing at different house parties around Hyde Park. Here’s the curious tale: You won’t find him on Spotify and you certainly can’t book tickets for his next show. A tall, lanky freestyle musician has drawn … Read More

In The Middle with KMAH Radio

4 weeks ago / 0 comments

Former Editor-in-Chief, Reece Parker, caught up with KMAH Radio founder, Kristan Caryl, to discuss everything – even where they sourced their iconic sofa. How did you come about creating KMAH? What was the trigger in terms of the idea and how did it all work logistically? (Also, where did you source … Read More

Tribe Records presents Textasy – Review

1 month ago / 0 comments

It is no mystery that Wire has always been a firm favourite for musical talents to play in. The intimate underground space boasts it’s Funktion-One sound system and DJs are granted an evening for musical takeover. Tribe Records is a record store located in Leeds which, after several relocations, finally … Read More

Big Night, Small Talk – Review

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Canadian DJs Peach and D. Tiffany played two heavy, scintillating sets at Wire on Saturday 30th September.  The two are quickly garnering high praise, Peach having performed on Rinse FM and NTS, with D. Tiffany signed to renowned record label, Planet Euphorique. Having hosted heavyweights Avalon Emerson and dark dub … Read More

Awesome Tapes from Africa: An Appreciation of African Music

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Molly Langley introduces us to Brian Shimkovitz, a man who uses his Western platform to spotlight and uncover African music. Music can be described as a gateway to various cultures. This idea certainly precedes the notion of music as storytelling; through it, we are able to dive into lives of … Read More