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  1. Hitting the scene in early 2009 out of Towcester, UK, Joshua Steele (better known as Flux Pavilion) secured himself a solid stance in the dubstep world. His blend of hard smashing rhythms and manic basslines have certainly gained him an audience. Also as a musician he has incorporated his singing and instrumental talent into his tracks. Well known for his high energy sets, he is being booked home and abroad for his unique take on the dubstep sound. With exclusive plays from the likes of Rusko, Caspa, N-Type, Hatcha, Plastician and all the big names his tunes have been blasted all over the worl
  2. DJ YODA is a legendary hip hop turntablist he began releasing underground demo mix-tapes to small music shops. Through the popularity of these tapes, Antidote Records asked him to create an official mixtape, from which How to Cut & Paste Mix Tape Vol.1 was released. He has won a DMC DJ of the Year award in the Scratch DJ category (2001) and was one of six nominees for best UK hip-hop DJ in the UK Hip-Hop Awards. He has also been nominated by Q magazine as one of the "Ten DJs To See Before You Die", has released a series of mix-tapes, and has toured the globe with Goldie and the Scratch
  3. The Scratch Perverts originally consisted of 4 members; Tony Vegas, Renegade, First Rate and Mr Thing. The Scratch Perverts later expanded to an 8-member crew with the addition of Prime Cuts, Harry Love, Killa Kela and Plus One. The collective split for a short period in 2000, then reformed with just 3 members; Tony Vegas, Prime Cuts and Plus One. The other members did not reform due to artistic differences, and have gone on to pursue individual projects. The Scratch Perverts have garnered widespread acclaim. The team won the first DMC Team championships in 1999, claiming it again in the '
  4. A-Skillz is back for his yearly visit to the rock, each time he comes he drops an awesome mashup of classic tunes.
  5. Due to the level of demand we opened the doors at 9pm and had a queue round the block till 11.30pm, as the club is open till 3am and Beardy was only supposed to do 1 hour, 12.30 till 1.30 struck me as the perfect time and usually is, as by then the club is normally full and the crowd are up for it. He actually played for an hour and a half as he was having a good time. I am surprised you only had a pretty good night as most of the feedback I have received has been that it was a fantastic night, and as for hostile, boisterous and scraps on the dance floor, we put 2 people out all night, wh
  6. Just to give anyone who may be interested the heads up, Seb Fontaine, house music God, Cream and Amnesia resident etc will be playing a massive house set on Friday 26th November 2010 at the Courthouse club, admission will be £15 and the doors will open at 10pm. Another top DJ who has been instrumental in the scene will be playing a set here on the rock, I think from memory he played the Venue about 5 years ago, so if you liked him last time, it's a tad more intimate this time, but hopefully just as good.
  7. Hi Sneak, Cheers for the comments, just for the record it is on the door, we are not selling tickets for this event, doors open at 9pm so get down early if you want to get in! I will let you know as soon as we confirm on Carl Cox. Best wishes
  8. Thanks very much for all the positive responses to this event, I am so chuffed that so many people are up for it, I have just booked their flights and paid for the equipment and sound engineer to come over with him, Scotteo, just for the record, even if we sell out on the night we will loose money on the door on this event, by rights I should have charged more to try to cover the costs, it's over a grand just for flights, hotels and equipment, If the event works out then I will be tempted to bring more quality and diverse acts over, I am very close to getting Carl Cox for May next year, I have
  9. Me, being the impetuous fool that I am have just made an offer to his management for Friday the 8th October as this was about the only date that he had left before the end of the year, as he primarily only does festivals now. So fingers crossed, as soon as I hear something I will put the word out and we should start putting bets now on how much grief I will take on the door when people have to hand over a twenty! place your bets. Cheers.
  10. We hopefully have A-Skillz lined up for September, though it may be later on in the year, but he will definitely be back, I really do appreciate the support and I am genuinely trying to provide varied and quality acts, and yes, you were right James Lavelle was a primadonna and did chuck a hissy fit on the night as we would not let him smoke behind the bar, most disappointing as I used to respect his work. to give him a bit of credit he did call and email 3 times the following day to apologise though and make good for his behaviour. I have also put an offer in for Beardyman for October 8th,
  11. The reason we put on the main acts at 12.30am is because most of them will only play a 2 hr set as stipulated in their contracts, but by having them finish at 2.30 rather than the 3am when we shut most of them are cool about it and actually play till 3am, hence you get more for your money, I have only actually made money on the door for 4 of the acts that I have brought over since we opened, I have paid for and flown over 30 DJ's to try to put on good nights and build a regular club with nationally recognised DJ's, many of whom do not play small clubs, which we are. It is a heck of a lot e
  12. I have the opportunity to get Beardyman to perform at the Courthouse but he is very expensive for us as we can only sell 230 tickets, I would have to charge £20 per ticket to cover the costs, inc hotels and flights, judging by the prices that tickets cost at the villa, people have paid over £40 for bands etc, as we are a more intimate venue what are peoples thoughts if we were to charge £20 on the door, this is a big risk and we would make money on the bar, and hopefully cover the costs on the door if it was a success but if it did not sell out we would loose loads, I would love to put him on
  13. I have the opportunity to get Beardyman to perform at the Courthouse but he is very expensive for us as we can only sell 230 tickets, I would have to charge £20 per ticket to cover the costs, inc hotels and flights, judging by the prices that tickets cost at the villa, people have paid over £40 for bands etc, as we are a more intimate venue what are peoples thoughts if we were to charge £20 on the door, this is a big risk and we would make money on the bar, and hopefully cover the costs on the door if it was a success but if it did not sell out we would loose loads, I would love to put him on
  14. good point very well made Mr Beats. Cheers
  15. Doors open at 10pm, there are no tickets as it is just pay on the door. any queries just call 672555, cheers.
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