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Liverpool clubbing guide: February – March 2017

February

Hot Plate with AJ Tracey & Murlo
1 February (Wednesday)

Dubbed one of the best new acts in the UK in 2016, AJ Tracey makes his full Liverpool debut at 24 Kitchen Street as part of his UK tour. The grime artist will be joined by producer and DJ Murlo mid-week from 10pm.

mUmU 9th Birthday
4 February (Saturday)

Established in 2008, the live electronic, house and techno event celebrates its ninth birthday with nine artists over 15 hours at three locations. The Great Baltic Warehouse presents DJ and producer Clive Henry and Ukrainian native Nastia among its line-up from 2-11pm. Then at New Bird Street Warehouse and GARDEN until 5am Londoner Enzo Siragusa, Cassy and resident Lee Rands will feature on the bill.

Mask-arade
11 February (Saturday)

Techno sounds combine with a decadent masquerade party for this spectacular event. Taking place at North Shore Troubadour on Carlton Street, there’ll be confetti and balloons as well as free masquerade masks on arrival. A packed line-up will include Jack Pritchard, Gina Davies and Ste Adams to name a few.

Bongo’s Bingo Liverpool presents: Vengaboys
16 & 18 February (Thursday and Saturday)

Legendary bingo night/rave, Bongo’s Bingo welcomes back the Vengaboys after three huge nights last year. Camp and Furnace will host Thursday and Saturday night specials with the 90s’ Eurodance icons. Tickets for both nights are currently sold out but those still interested can join the online waiting list.

 

Liverpool clubbing guide 2017 February March

 

March

Spektrum launch party
3 March (Friday)

New non-profit DnB enterprise, Spektrum will arrive in style with a launch party at The Shipping Forecast’s basement venue The Hold. Ed:It, DJ Cautious and Nuusic will help set the bar high for Spektrum, as it prepares to bring a wide range of established artists and local talent during forthcoming nights. Tickets £7-£8.

303 Presents Guy J All Night Long
4 March (Saturday)

Producer Guy J will head to Williamson Tunnels for a night of sophisticated electronic music. From 9pm until 3am, the historic venue will be filled with Israeli dance scene-inspired mixes as the headline act explores multiple genres. Tickets from £10.

Fiesta Bombarda Carnival with Gentleman’s Dub Club and Mungo’s HiFi
11 March (Saturday)

Dub reggae, dancehall and dubstep sound system Mungo’s Hifi is teaming up with ninepiece Gentleman’s Dub Club to bring an eclectic musical experience to the Invisible Wind Factory. Expect the warehouse to be transformed by carnival sounds with both artists taking inspiration from reggae roots for the 8pm-3am event.

Floorpiece 001 w/ Samu.l (LIVE), Burnski, Haydn + support
18 March (Saturday)

City centre club Underground will host the first night by Floorpiece – a project lining up events, podcasts and eventually a vinyl-only label. Samu.l, producer Burnski and a host of other acts will keep the dancefloor alive from 10pm until 6am. Blood & Bandages will also hold a pre-party from 6.30pm for anyone who can’t wait to get the night underway.

 

 

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