STUPID UNDERGROUND - HUGE MARQUEE EVENT SATURDAY 11TH APRIL 2009 - FACTORY CLUB / C

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    STUPID UNDERGROUND - HUGE MARQUEE EVENT SATURDAY 11TH APRIL 2009 - FACTORY CLUB / CUSTARD FACTORY

    THE BIGGEST 'FREE' BANK HOLIDAY PARTY!

    *FREE* Entry B4 11.30pm

    Following on from two hugely successful parties in 2009 (Japanese Popstars on Sat 17th Jan and 2manydjs on Fri 13th March) The Stupid Underground promotional machine dares anyone to miss this monster lake drain / marquee event. With 3 arenas of music, high spec sound and lighting production, 1500 party people, a massive DJ line up and freeness before 11.30pm it is strongly recommended that you arrive early to avoid disappointment.

    FACTORY CLUB:- J-TEK & DRUM N BASS
    www.dnbmidlands.com present J-TEK HOSTED BY MC LENNI

    MC LENNI

    His career spreads over 20 years having been involved with nearly every aspect of the rave scene not just as an MC, but as a DJ too, promoting his own night -'Starlight'- and Record store -'Pure Records-' as well as producing his own track on Roughtone Records.

    DJ PILGRIM

    One of the biggest DJs in hardcore in the early 90s, DJ Pilgrim played at all the biggest all-nighters of that time including Tribal Gathering,Fantazia & many others. Expect to hear some dark new beatz from the Old Skool master!

    RATTY & TANGO

    Two key players in the current J-Tek scene, who have been on top of their game for years. With regular airplay on Radio 1 Extra and more releases to come in 2009 Influenced by Hip Hop, Old-Skool Hardcore, Breaks and Drum n Bass, expect some fresh beatz from these guys!!

    ALSO featuring MC RANSKI

    WITH SUPPORT from ww.dnbmidlands.com

    JAYTEE
    TAKTIX
    DUTCHE
    ROLZ
    PESH

    10-11PM NICE & EASY
    11-12AM ROLZ
    12-1AM JAYTEE & DUTCHE
    1-2AM PILGRIM
    2-3AM RATTY & TANGO
    3-4AM TAKTIX
    4-5AM CAPTAIN PESH
    5-6AM DJ BART

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    MARQUEE:- BREAKBEAT // HOUSE // TECHNO

    FREELAND LIVE

    Adam Freeland’s last visit to the Factory was warming up for Sasha in the marquee. He is well known for his fusion of breakbeat, techno and more recently electro. Freeland Live is a six piece band featuring two vocalists, a drummer, bass and lead guitarists and Adam himself on samples, dex ‘n’ FX together with a mind frazzling visual show.

    KRYSKO

    Since leaving Sankeys in Manchester in 2006 Krysko became the resident DJ at the hugely successful Warehouse Project, also in Manchester with the highlight being a live Radio One Essential Mix in September 2008

    GET CARTER

    Recent gigs include playing alongside 2manydjs, Plump DJs, Paul Oakenfold, Sasha, Sander Klienenberg, Darren Emerson, Stanton Warriors, Krafty Kuts, Layo & Bushwacka! The Japanese Popstars, DJ Sneak, Mr C, Derrick Carter, Freestylers, Jo Mills, Ali B, Lee Coombs, Evil Nine, Slyde, Freq Nasty, A-Skillz and many more.

    Support from LEE CAWTHORNE

    .........................................

    KITCHEN:- MINIMAL TECH HOUSE

    HOSTED BY: DEUCE

    EQUALS2 LIVE (aka Mogs n Tomas Rubeck)
    AMOR
    DAN MARSH
    DAN APPLETON
    JOSH CHANCER B2B LANCEALOT (SOUNDAS)

    EQUALS2’s musical style blends shades of house with deep hypnotic grooves through to intelligent, futuristic sounding techno. This is more than just a DJ set. With laptops, CDJs, EFX units and more this is a live performance not to be missed.

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    Info & Tickets:-

    Saturday 11th April 2009, Factory Club / The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Birmingham, 10pm – 6am

    Tel: 07852 178 159

    steve@factoryevents.co.uk

    http://www.factoryclub.co.uk

    http://www.dontstayin.com/parties/stupid-underground

    http://www.myspace.com/custardfactory


    FREE - B4 11.30pm / £10 after
    Guaranteed entry tickets only £7 available from

    https://www.theticketsellers.co.uk/buy_tickets/events/?id=10006611&elId=706&ref=btnfact