Preview: re:format presents Signum, Ferry Tale, and Manuel Le Saux

Preview: re:format presents Signum, Ferry Tale, and Manuel Le Saux

Manchester's premier underground trance and progressive night re:format returns armed with one of the biggest names in the field.

Date published: 21st Mar 2013

The guys at re:format are back for another night of pulse raising, hands in the air, euphoric trance. Now regarded as the home of trance and progressive house in Manchester, re:format have arrived with one of their biggest headliners to date, the mighty Signum.

Signum shot to fame through their remix of the massive number one hit ATB - '9pm (Til I Come)' back in 1998, and haven’t looked back since. Very much a part of the finest hour of the genre, and with a string of releases on massive labels such as Jinx, Tidy Trax and A State of Trance, Signum's impressive catalogue continues in the same spirit as trance’s origins, whilst managing to successfully evolve over time.

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The Dutch duo have continued to progress their uplifting, emotional sound of trance music. Where many of their peers toned it down or worked gradually into other genres, Pascal Minnaard and Ron Hagen have stuck to their guns, and stayed true to themselves by pushing trance into new and extraordinary places. We’re glad they have!

Alongside Signum, re:format presents support from Ludovic Meyer, A.K.A trance legend Ferry Tale. Hailing from Strasbourg, France, Ferry Tale will be joined by producing collaborator Manuel Le Saux, and will be thrilling the crowd with their own brand of thumping, driving progressive trance.

re:format are proving time after time that trance music is alive and well, and with headliners like these we can see their point. Once again, Manchester will be set on fire with the epic sounds, and the fearless beauty of trance music.

Words: Michael Warburton

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