As you know, Young Academic is committed to bringing you everything that is student news, as well as entertainment and current affairs. With that in mind, we have news of a sweet new event in the north-west. Check out our preview of Slomo in Chester’s [email protected] Politic venue and follow the links below if genuine house music is your thing.
Bringing a new monthly concept to the Chester music scene; Slomo is deep refined slow house, disco edits & bootlegs with a twist of funk & soul. Into our fifth party now, Slomo is continuing to grow strong, with previous guests including some of the biggest upcoming names in house music. DJ’s from such labels as Crosstown Rebels and Hot Creations including Robert James, Burnski, Subb-an, Russ Yallop, Death on the Balcony, to name but a few. The Loft space home to Slomo ensures an intense, intimate vibe, complemented by a stylish and sophisticated crowd.
For our next event we welcome the Zoo Project’s (Ibiza) Michael James to the decks, his soundscape is deep and eclectic and consists of deep house and techno elements. In the early hours or in small spaces, experiments with deep and chilled sounds are what he likes most.
Experienced with setting a big dance floor alight in any venue from Zoo Projects rocking Seal Pit to Studio 80, Watergate or at Sankeys, he is always enchanted and inspired by the live feedback he gets.
Signed to Monique Musique and with tracks supported by the likes of Varoslav & Loco Dice, Michael is looking forward to the approaching summer on the white island, where he continues his residency at the Zoo Project.
Catch Michael James at Slomo on the 26th March, all powered by a Funktion One sound system and the latest in LED lighting technology. Doors open 10pm – 6am. £7 tickets can be purchased from Skiddle.com
For more information see the event page: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=162969790421020
Slomo is monthly in the Loft @ Politic, Chester (24 Watergate Row, CH1 2DL)
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