Lee Burridge heads to Liverpool with 303

The Tyrant DJ makes his first show in the city in over a decade.

Becca Frankland

Date published: 30th Jan 2017

Image: 303 Credit: Nick Mizen

It's more electronic goodness for Liverpool clubnight 303, who head off to Constellations once more to bring a DJ who has not graced the city for over a decade, Lee Burridge, on Saturday April 1st.

One half the killer Tyrant Soundsystem, alongside Fabric mainstay Craig Richards, Burridge's status as one of the finest exponents of proper tech house has been affirmed since the 90s, when he first built his reputation as an ex-pat selector instrumental in the development of Hong Kong's and Thailand's fledgeling scenes.

Residencies at iconic superclubs Cream and Golden followed a relocation to the UK, alongside compilations for the likes of Global Underground and Balance. He's now renowned for dreamy, lush sonics allayed to gilt-edged grooves, symbolised by his legendary All Day I Dream parties which have been fixtures at Burning Man and other events.

He'll be playing an extended set on the night, enabling him to fully showcase the depth of his sound, and will be joined by 303's residents.

Tickets are available below.