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PostPosted: Sun May 22, 2005 10:24 pm 
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First up in breakspoll's June campaign is Multiple award winner Spectrum, from the midland's party (and notoriously lady-tastic) city, Nottingham

The allnighter - Friday June 3rd, 2005

Main room shenanigans are headed up by a 3hr set from the teutonic techno legend that is Timo Maas ably supported by General Midi (TCR/Kilowatt) and spectrum ressies Hexadecimal & Pete Jordan

Breakspoll takes over room 2 with breakthrough act winners Breakfastaz (Supercharged, Cybrefunk, BROKE) & Friendly (Fat!) who is launching his CD compilation on Fat!, breakspoll's own Mike Hogan & Spectrum resident's Phantom Beats (Plastic Raygun) complete the bill

Rooms 3&4 spectrum's funk/hip hop angle is exploited by a live set from Quantic Soul Orchestra dj sets from Dave Boultbee, DJ S1, Mr Hill & Dom Rafferty

Tickets are £12 - £15 get there early or tickets in advance

email - [email protected]
Website – www.spectrum48k.com

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The following week see's a homecoming breaks gig for breakspoll's Mike Hogan at exciting new night - Butane in Liverpool.

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Butane brings in 3 of breakspoll's favourite sons; Jay Cunning, Terry (Atomic) Hooligan and Mike Hogan with Butane ressie Jo Stokes firing things up

Terry & Jay will be performing their awesome party spectacle using more turntables per square inch than liverpool has seen in a long time, Mike will be following resident Jo Stokes with his trademark party breaks mixing up the beats to get the party rocking for Butane's 1st anniversary. Expect a cross section of styles and a wicked, intimate crowd that love to party!

All this for a measly £6 from 9-2am @BAR FRESA.LIVERPOOL
For more info email - [email protected]

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2005 2:53 am 
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nottingham was pretty phat.

friendly was phat - and superbly nice
mike hogan wamred up the place great
phantom beats were pretty good
and the breakfastaz :D

pete was on top form upstairs...
missed timo - but had friendly so :)

oh and shouts to ben for letting us VJ there :D

wicked nite overall...

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