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Hustle 4th Birthday with The Wonder Pot
Saturday 17th December :: 24 Kitchen Street
10pm - 5am
So as you may know we have been crazy busy bringing you the wonderful Liverpool Disco Festival and as a result have had to delay our 4th Birthday bash. We're joining forces with The Wonder Pot, and have amalgamated the date with our infamous annual xmas party to bring you one hell off shindig on Saturday 17th December at our new favourite dancing den 24 Kitchen Street. For this celebration of all things underground we bring you very special guests making their city debut, NYC House dons Mood II Swing
Mood II Swing (Strictly Rhythm/ Defected Records)
Hustle djs: James Morgan, Jimmy Allen & And Ash.
:: Tickets ::
£8 Super Early (x50) - Sold Out
£10 Early Bird (x50) - Sold Out
£12 Reg Adv
£15 Final Release
£20 On Door
As Mood II Swing, production duo Lem Springsteen and John Ciafone will go down in history as one of the most prolific and respected house duos of the last 25 years. At their best, they were simply untouchable, with their drum programming often cited as what set them apart from the rest of the field: always busier and more intricate than straight-up 4/4 house tracks. Early underground hits arrived in the form of ‘Critical’, ‘Searchin’ and ‘Closer’ – cutting edge house records that have unequivocally stood the test of time and can still be heard frequently in clubs to this day. But it was the duo's original production of Ultra Naté's ‘Free’ for Strictly Rhythm that struck gold. The song became a huge hit and soon Mood II Swing was remixing big-name producers to tremendous effect, including BT ‘Remember’, Nuyorican Soul’ It's Alright I Feel It’ and Lucy Pearl ‘Don’t Mess With My Man’. In addition to the aforementioned tracks, highlights include ‘All Night Long’ and ‘Do It Your Way’ -, two records that arguably set a blueprint for house music production that is still be referenced by producers around the world. This knack of turning big vocal records into even bigger vocal club records is demonstrated with Kim English ‘Learn II Love’ and Fonda Rae ‘Living in Ecstasy’, while their dub mixes – think Everything But The Girl 'Wrong' (Mood II Swing Dub) and Mood II Swing feat. Carol Sylvan 'Closer' (Swing II Mood Dub) – are about as timeless as house music gets.
Hope you can join us,