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Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/309342349187894/?mall_view=posts Tickets: http://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Leeds/Beaver-Works/REMEDY-presents--The-March-Masquerade/11817170/ 10-6 Mixed genre music night Leeds Beaver Works LS101AD ----------------- Our mid-march event goes back to REMEDY's roots! A mixed-up voyage of discovery between two rooms taking you through, Psytrance, Breaks and Hard Dance in the main room in wonderful contrast to the eclectic line up of swing, funk and high energy Electro. An intelligently laid out mash-up to keep you on your toes all night. Fancy Dress theme: Masquerade! Take on a new personality and go wild! In Venice it became popular to wear a mask to get away with partying during Lent, so we thought "Why not rejuvenate this tradition?" Masks are everywhere from gas-masks to facials; superheroes to Horror films, I hope you're inspired! If not: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mask We'll have a mask-making stall on the night so no one feels left out and a prize for the most unusual Mask! (Kwakwaka'wakw ritual mask for the win!) ____________________________________________________ Headliners: Sterling Moss. Having toured extensively throughout America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia, now its time for him to come to REMEDY! One of the biggest names in techno, working alongside Stay Up Forever to fuel a 303 & 909 revival. Even going so far as making his own synthesizers for companies in Japan; Sterling Moss is in a league of his own. https://soundcloud.com/sterlingmoss/sterling-moss-safeword-podcast Dejavoo LIVE After finishing their third album Dejavoo are hot property. Playing to crowds worldwide the duo are cutting through the nose with beautiful constructed melodies and addictive beats. https://soundcloud.com/dejavoomusic/sets/dejavoo-defiance-album-promo ____________________________________________________ Warehouse Sterling Moss (Stay Up Forever/Dance Valley/Tribal) Dejavoo LIVE (YSE) Libra 9 (https://soundcloud.com/phillankester/libra9-00000001) Anna K (REMEDY) Psycandy (REMEDY) Keith Fox (Psy Breakfast/Beats Bizarre ) Chemical Kev (Psy Breakfast) (VJ by Magic Lantern) ____________________________________________________ Beats Bizarre Bar We are joined once-more by the inimitable Beats Bizarre providing shit-hot funky broken mixed up dazzling beats. Have a look at the residents here: soundcloud.com/magiclantern/sets/the-beats-bizarre-residents mixcloud.com/thebeatsbizarre Shamanic Technology (Burning man) Key and $icknote (MADM/Beats Bizarre) Boomtown Jack (Tonic/Beathearder) Magic Lantern (Beats Bizarre) Extra Spectrum (Beats Bizarre/Happy Slap Boutique) Extrax (Sunrise/ Opus/ Audio Addictz) That's two rooms! If it's looking busy we'll just open another! ____________________________________________________ Extras The Famous Hospitalitea stall The Amazing Luminosity Glow Stall Fantastic Fire Performances And the one-time only Mask Making Stall ___________________________________________________ Price: £8 Early Bird (NO BOOKING FEE! ) £10 Advanced MOTD ____________________________________________________ Minimum Age: 18 (Bring ID if you can just in case) Beaver Works 36 Whitehouse Street Leeds LS10 1AD AS usual a huge thanks goes out to all the people who help us put this on! See you on the dance floor! Decor by Jumbo and Feral Decor! The glowing bloomin' works! ____________________________________________________ Please comment add and spread the word as much as possible! It'll only take a sec! If you have any suggestions for how to improve our event, or are willing to help us promote this or help out on the night please get in touch, we're an approachable lot! Forums just because: http://www.psymusic.co.uk/forum/threads/mar-23-2013-remedy-presents-the-march-masquerade-leeds.70152/ http://www.ravelinks.com/forums/f149/remedy-march-masquerade-688376/#post2020938403 http://www.dogsonacid.com/events/eventdetail.php?id=1903 http://celticpsytrance.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=otherash&thread=8638 http://www.psytechforum.com/index.php?topic=4841.0