BADMAN SUMMER BALL WITH RAY KEITH, RANDALL AND REMARC

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    BADMAN TING IS BACK

    After the unbelievable success of our launch night we have decided to treat you all to another epic night of Jungle and pre 2000 DNB with THREE of the scenes biggest players in a summer spectacular you will not want to miss.

    Line ups like this seem to come few and far between in Manchester these days and with support form some of Manchester’s hottest talent over two reinforced rooms, this promises to be the ci...ties premier Jungle and DNB event of the summer.

    To make things even more tempting, you can have all this for the price £5 with an early bird ticket or by getting down early on the night. Otherwise it’s the very nice price of £7

    get your tickets from skiddle
    http://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Man...-SUMMER-BALL-WITH-RAY-KEITH-RANDALL/11482140/

    RAY KEITH
    rare jungle set

    From rare-groove to acid-house to hardcore to jungle, Ray Keith remained one of the most steady DJs on England's breakbeat scene during the 1980s and '90s. After a remix of Orbital's "Chime," he moved into production with apparent ease and became a respected drum'n'bass label-head as well. Born in Colchester, Keith began DJing by the early '80s and followed English beat-freaks through soul, hip-hop and rare-groove until the acid-house and hardcore explosion of the late '80s and early '90s. By the middle of the '90s, he had become one of the most inspired drum'n'bass DJs and remixers. His own productions, including the jump-up anthem "Terrorist," began taking center stage by the mid-'90s and Keith formed three separate labels -- Penny Black, Dread and UFO -- in 1996.

    RANDALL
    94-98 AWOL set

    Randall is what they call an original junglist. He’s the DJs DJ; ask either Andy C or Friction who inspired their DJing style, and they’ll say Randall. He started DJing in the mid 80s and after hearing acid house at Notting Hill Carnival in 1987 and fell in love with rave culture. After making a name for himself on pirate radio station Centreforce, and on the illegal rave circuit, Randall’s career took off with his legendary sets at AWOL and World Dance. He established himself as one of the elite of the emerging drum & bass scene, with an impeccable reputation behind the turntables that he has maintained to this day.

    REMARC
    king of the A'men

    Remarc is widely proclaimed to be "king of the Amen" and “ a pioneer of ragga jungle” due to his chopped up tracks for legendary labels such as Dollar, White House, Kemet, labbello blanco and Suburban Base. With tracks appearing on over 111 releases worldwide there is no questioning that if you have not heard of Remarc, its time to open your ears to the founding father of the amen sound.

    NANNY BANTON B2B DANNY DRIVE THRU
    (Assmatics/Badman Ting/Fat City Records/Mind On Fire)

    PHIL THE TANK
    (Badman Ting/Depthcuts)

    VAMOS B2B XEDAW
    (Depthcuts/LDN DC)

    OBELIX B2B DJ A-UP
    (Too Many Cooks/In The Loop)

    EUPHONIQUE
    (Sub Woofa/Unity Radio)

    Node
    (Open Plan)

    Giant Octopus

    Mark Dean


    Friday 8th July
    Moho Live, Tibb Street, Manchester City Centre
    10pm - 4am
    £5 before 10.30, £7 after on the door
    £5 early bird tickets, £7 otherwise on skiddlw
    18+
    ROAR
    Drink Promos
    more info 07851234107