Preview: Goodgreef Xtra Hard

The North East's premium purveyors of hard dance return to Newcastle University's Student Union on March 7th. Find out about that here.

Jimmy Coultas

Date published: 27th Feb 2014

Photo: Alex Kidd

Goodgreef's demented hard dance alter ego has long since been the toast of the North's hard dance community. Creamfields long awaited line up announcement yesterday confirmed that Goodgtreef Xtra Hard would once again be in charge of their very own stage at the festival, proving that their party starting abilities are more in demand than ever.

March 7th sees Goodgreef Xtra Hard take over Newcastle Universities Student Union with four rooms of pulverising party starting protagonists primed to tear things up.

Goodgreef and Absolution team up in room one to bring 'High Risk Segregation', with Dutch heroine of hardcore Korsakoff at the helm. She'll be joined by one of the true innovators of hard dance music -Alex Kidd, who for well over a decade has been a firm fan favourite for his imaginative onslaughts of beats, samples and technical wizardary.

Andy Whitby leads the charge in Room two, as We Love It Hard present 'Psychiatric Ward', which is shaping up to be as barmy as its title suggests. Klubfiller will be joined by MC Storm, whilst Rob Tissera is called in for a full blown, no holds barred classics set, something that he is more adept at dispatching than anyone in his field.

Distorted are in charge of room three with Smurf, Terror and Callum J providing the soundtrack, whilst room four rounds things off nicely with Joe Sav, Quinny & Steve Barclay and DJ Destroy at the controls.

For fans of hard house, hardcore and hard stlye, Goodgreef Xtra Hard have put together yet another unmissable rave up. Head here for your Goodgreef Xtra Hard tickets.

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