Tag : clubs

Weekly Chart – Black History Month

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Nina Simone – Feeling Good (Nicolas Jaar edit) Through her musical storytelling, legendary Nina Simone became known as the voice of the civil rights movement, fighting for black justice throughout the 1960s. Notorious for his experimental recordings with worldwide influences and sounds, Nicolas Jaar has reworked this Simone classic into … Read More

Review – Jungle Jam

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Friday 2nd October signalled the return of what is undoubtedly the best jungle night in Leeds. Mint Warehouse once again played host to the mighty Jungle Jam and its group of loyal junglists. The sold out night kicked off the season with a monumental line-up, featuring ground shaking, spine tingling sets … Read More

Weekly Chart – Harry’s Picks

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  Don Armando – Deputy Of Love Regularly played by Derrick Carter, this disco classic keeps getting better and better throughout. Don Armando, a spin off of Dr. Buzzard’s Original Savannah Band with vocals by Fonda Rae, have created a song with great energy suitable for many a dance floor. … Read More

Review – Just A Little Downtown Boogie

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With Disco making a popular come back over the last year, it seemed only fitting for Just a Little to host ‘Downtown Boogie’, a night filled with disco balls and flares to get the Saturday Night Fever rising. Canal Mills was adorned with decorations, balloons and all things NYC Disco. The … Read More

Review – Headrow House Opening

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As we queued in the late afternoon sun outside Headrow House there was a gentle hum of excitement for this, the opening party, for a brand new venue: a the ultimate culmination of art, music, beer and class. Tucked away off the main Headrow (down beyond Crash; opposite Sports Direct), the conspicuous … Read More

Weekly Chart – Editor’s Picks

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Baa de yaaa dancing in September. The summer months may be over and with that, terrace parties and festival season gone, but, as Earth Wind and Fire pointed out, that doesn’t mean the party can’t still go on. As the days get shorter and the weather colder we all begin … Read More

Review – Good Life Fool’s Paradise Festival

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Its the end of Freshers week and you’ve just about familiarized yourself with the route to the union, if not around it. Your stamina has been placed under the ultimate test – your liver despises you, food you would never normally consume is now a 3am norm and you think … Read More

Review – Midland All Night Long

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On 25th September, techno and house fans across the city welcomed Leeds DJ and producer Midland back to the place where only five years ago he could be seen behind the bar collecting glasses. As fans would expect, Midland took the crowd on a journey through the genres, always managing … Read More

So Fresher, So Clean

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If you can brush away the heaps of flyers claiming the cheapest entry, in conjunction with paralytic incident-inducing drinks deals, you’ll see a city that’s nightlife has a proud history of quality. From classy cocktails and tottering stilettos on Call Lane, to weeknight regulars, to the exquisite plethora of the … Read More

Interview – SLUT DROP

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A couple of weeks ago, the internet boiled over with fury at the release of the full Reading & Leeds lineup. Some genius with a rubber attacked the lineup poster to uncover the deep-rooted misogyny (and infuriating musical misguidance) of the event, supposedly one of our country’s flagship festivals. R&L … Read More