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AMP Series announced 25 Year V Recordings Tour for Manchester. Join one of the biggest labels in DnB

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Antwerp Mansion Presents have gone the extra mile and booked the Manchester Tour for 25 Years Of V Recordings. V RECORDINGS are one of the most respected labels in the world of Drum and Bass.

18th Jan 2019

Antwerp Mansion just keeps on giving, don't they!?

They might have just been featured on Uk Most Haunted Buildings but that's hardly news anymore. The BIG news is that they have managed to get a V Recordings Manchester Tour date and hosting it at their new sister venue The Bread Shed on Saturday 16th February.

Planet V Manchester Tour

Antwerp Mansion Presents Series is already proving to be an incredible success with 2 massive lineups announced already and lots more rumoured TBA.

So we reached out to Antwerp Mansion and got a statement from them.

"With our beloved venue changing its opening times for now and our desision to launch Antwerp Mansion Presents (AMP) at The Bread Shed. We have made a choice to go back to our roots and get right back into big unbelievable parties with some of the worlds most renowned DJs & brands."

Antwerp Mansion Presents

So what have they got on offer for the Manchester leg of Planet V?s ?Future? album tour. We are sure this is set to be an unmissable event.

Line up:
DJ BRYAN GEE
JUMPIN JACK FROST
ALIBI
Command Strange
Paul T & Edward Oberon

Hosted by:
Darrison

Bryan Gee
Head honcho of V Recordings, Bryan is a man who needs little more said about him. Involved in the DnB scene right from the start, he has established himself of one of the worlds most talented and revered selectors.

Jumpin Jack Frost
Another Drum and Bass stalwart and co-founder of V, JJF has played more than his fair share of raves across the years and is regarded as one of the most experienced DJs in the scene. Capable of dominating dancefloors in exactly the same way he has for the past 30 years, we know that you are in for a treat when this man steps up behind the decks.

Alibi
The Brazilian duo consisting of Level 2 and DJ Chap join us for a rare appearance in Manchester! This pair have been making waves in the scene for a few years now, with a string of huge tunes and remixes, culiminating in the release of their album ?Said & Done? at the end of last year. We are more than excited for them to bring their distinctive, heavy, sound to Manchester.

Command Strange
St. Petersburg based enigma Command Strange is renowned for his incredibly versatile sound, ranging from vibe-filled liquid to heavy reese bass bangers. Exclusively signed to V, and making a rare appearance in the UK, we know that he will come up with something special.

Paul T & Edward Oberon
Spending time between Bali and the UK, Paul T and his frequent collaborator, Edward Oberon, are two names associated with a dark yet soulful sound that perfectly fits a niche in the Drum and Bass landscape. Another rare appearance together in a night full of special performances, you will be in for a treat when these two are in front of you.

Hosts:

Darrison
A rarity amongst hosts, Darrison is both an accomplished MC and vocalist. Combining pure lyrical talent with flawless delivery, he will be the perfect accompaniment to the tunes on the night and will take you on a journey and guide you for this whole experience.

Rare to see so many names from V Recordings on one line up.

Tickets are now into 3rd Release and selling quickly

Come and support Antwerp Mansion

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