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303‘s Bank Holiday bonanza with Andrew Weatherall was a barnstormer of a showcase, a sold out extravaganza that reinforced why the Williamson Tunnels is one of the best venues in the Liverpool for heads down electronic genius (you can see a snippet of what went down on the video below).
They're reviving that template again in exactly a month's time when they bring more techno to the tunnels on the next BH, Sunday 25th May, this time in the shape of Glaswegian pioneers Slam.
Since first emerging onto a music scene making its way out of the shadows of acid house, the duo of Orde Meikle and Stuart McMillan have been an integral component of the scene, first epitomised when they delivered ‘Positive Education’ (below) in 1993.
It proved the platform from which they would launch their record label Soma Records, which would go on to play an integral part in the next two decades of electronic music, an impacvt that is still continuing to this day. The first collective to put out a record by Daft Punk, they’ve shaped the careers of Funk D’Void and Silicone Soul, as well as recently being behind music from the likes of Loco Dice, Carl Craig, Adam Beyer and many, many more.
As ever support on the night will come from the 303 DJs, setting the platform for the du to raid the full gamut of their musical collections across a three hour set. Head here for tickets.
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