BRAND NEW VENUE FOR FUTURE RAVE MUSIC .. THE RED ART GALLERY!
CAN U FEEL IT!! NICE 1 MATEY!!!
Taking place over two floors, CAN U FEEL IT is a celebration of the past, present and future of UK rave culture like no other.
Room 1 features legends of the scene dropping upfront acid house and breakbeat over a booming basement system. Expect fresh productions, new evolution's and unheard exclusives. ..... Expect the future!!!
Room 2 is dedicated to 20 years of classics, with heavyweight selectors playing the deepest cuts and choicest hits from 1988 – 2008, touching on acid, hardcore, jungle, techno, garage and grime and whatever in between. This room will also feature exhibitions of rare flyer art and newly unearthed video footage from seminal parties.
Room 1 - The Basement!!!!
***Billy Daniel Bunter***
The original Labyrinth legend, Bunter has played every major rave under the sun. Tonight he’s laying a road map to tomorrow with a set of upfront acid house and breakbeat rave.
The evil genius behind I Love Acid (and one half of the revitalised Altern8), Posthuman is on hand to deliver a sermon of 303 powered acid joy.
Kool FMs finest will be cutting up all shades of rave pressure, switching between space age footwork, jacking house and moody techno.
***2 Bad Mice***
Recently resurrected, the Moving Shadow icons have returned with a heavy update of their classic sound, mixing pure piano euphoria with singalong vocals, wild scratching and diamond hard breakbeats…
Room 2 – Ransom Note presents Gone to a Rave!!!
The Rinse FM mainstay, Dugs will be drawing on his vast record collection to spin everything from ’92 hardcore to ’96 jungle rewinds.
One of the true originators of acid house, Fung has played countless iconic parties including genuinely legendary events such as Shoom, Amnesia, Spectrum, Rage & The Trip. Tonight Trevor is dropping classic to upfront house.
Grime documenters Tim&Barry have directed classic videos including Tempa T’s Next Hype and Skepta’s That’s Not Me. T&B are dropping a set of classic grime, dubplates guaranteed.
Journalist and DJ, Ian McQuaid is responsible for the UK rave history obsessed Gone To A Rave column. Expect everything from 90s dancehall to bass heavy garage.