HomoElectric Manchester Bank Holiday Showdown tickets
Legends, Manchester Sat 25th August 2012
The notorious 'non-stop exotic disco for twisted sleazy people', HomoElectric is back for a Bank Holiday Showdown, with four rooms of musical deviance.
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Lineup and Details for HomoElectric Manchester Bank Holiday Showdown on Sat 25th August 2012
Wanted dead or alive...your disco needs you. HomoElectric is back for a Bank Holiday Showdown, we open four rooms of gunslinging ghetto gutter snipe as we go head to head with some serious cowboys and gangsters.
- The Tunnel -
THE LOVELY JONJO Vs WILL TRAMP!
Don't be fooled by the jovial name, Jonjo is a serious sharp shooter from the South and is well known round The East End for his 'Hot Boy Dancing Spot' as well as being one of the infamous gang over at 'Durrr'. He began Djing under the watchful eye of the Godfather Erol Alkan and has since risen through the family ranks gaining respect from the likes of the Kitsune label crew.
- Main Room -
LUCY LOCKET Vs JAMIE BULL
Coming from Leeds for a match with Jamie, her old sparring partner from the heady days of Speed Queen. Lucy is no easy lock to pick, a fierce guardian of her extensive disco library. Lucy says "some people have children and some people collect stamps, others do heroin or strangle animals. I buy records".
- The Mineshaft -
HOLESTAR Vs TRASH-O-RAMA
A hot mess of sideshow girl meets gangster's moll, Holestar is the world famous tranny with a fanny. Having served in the armed forces Holestar knows a thing or two about gunglinging, however these days she shoots to kill with the power of pop music. A doyenne of disguises, a femme fatale, a gender bending bordello bigande... our Trash-O-Rama twosome have surely met their match?
- The Piano Bar -
Shooting from the hip with celuloid salaciousness.
HomoElectric is for homos, heteros, lesbos and don't knows. Sexual orientation and music genres are irrelevant on our dancefloors. Into our melting pot we throw disco, house, techno, garage, rock 'n' roll trash, outsider pop, dirt, and glamour with no pomp or pretension.
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