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MODO - ALEX P - 27th May Spring Bank Holiday Sunday 2018 tickets

The Dark Horse in Birmingham

Sunday 27th May 2018

8:00pm til 2:00am (last entry 1:00am)

Minimum Age: 18

MODO - Music of Distinct Origin - May 27th Bank Holiday Sunday

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M O D O - Spring Bank Holiday Special
Sunday May 27th - ALEX P


MODO is glad to welcome you to a proud moment in the history of the MODO brand. This Spring Bank Holiday on Sunday May 27th, we welcome a legendary DJ that has forged a huge career where he still enjoys playing to packed out parties week in week out. The one and only ALEX P. We are literally chomping at the bit to have such a legend grace the MODO decks for what will be a memorable night of Uplifting House and Classics, featuring some bangers from yesteryear that you are sure to remember. Throw into the mix the turntable excellence of residents GRINGO and STEFFAN TAYLOR too and we are in for a one off Bank Holiday Special that will be hard to beat.

Tickets are a mere £5 available online now via SKIDDLE.

Tickets will be available on the door but we have a limited space for only 250 guests, so we suggest you get your ticket in advance to avoid disappointment.

The fun starts at 8am and goes on LATE, as we welcome Bank Holiday Monday in with style.


ALEX P – D.J., party man(iac), legend. One of the ‘old school’ of DJs, there during the early days of house music, he has become somewhat of an elder statesman of the scene – been most places, done most things, just about survived to tell the tale.

Early gigs came at the almighty Sunrise raves in the U.K., some of the notorious, infamous raves that attracted major press headlines at the end of the 80s. After playing to thousands at such an early point in his career, the next point for a young DJ at that time was Ibiza, a place that helped shape the reputation of Alex in several ways. After holding a residency at Amnesia, he then became the resident at the newly opened Space. After working there for a few months, a moment of inspiration changed the clubbing world. Alex decided to put some decks behind the bar of the Space chill-out area and to call it ‘The Full Moon Terrace Bar’. You know the rest from there. Alex began to get worldwide bookings, and soon became one of the headliners for most of the major house nights in and around the U.K.

His anarchic relationship with best mate Brandon Block blossomed during the mid-nineties - house music and clubbing was still relatively fresh and their hedonistic adventures were of the time and were told and retold with gusto by eager magazines and fans all around. They were the epitome of a good night out – no cares, as much fun as you could handle and hilarious tales to tell afterwards. Alex was still a firm fixture and favourite in Ibiza, and the ever expanding compilation market at this time soaked up many an Alex P mix, selling thousands upon thousands in the process, further cementing his name amongst the elite of U.K. house D.J.s.

In 1996 London’s Kiss F.M. gave Alex and Brandon a Friday night drive time show that was about as far removed from the normal perception of a radio show as is humanly possible. ‘Anarchy on air’ is one, not too wide of the mark, description. Ratings soared for the station such was the popularity of the show, but all good things must come to an end, and they left on a high and called it a day in 2002.

After radio, Alex found a niche in front of the camera, presenting for the likes of MTV, Rapture, Granada, Sky and Kiss T.V. for a variety of adrenalin and sports shows and documentaries on Ibiza. He is still to be found DJing all over the world, recent gigs including Dubai, Tokyo, Singapore, Las Vegas, and Koh Samui. He is now an ambassador for the newly formed company The Disc Jockey Association. The D.J.A. is a dedicated and professional company set-up to look after the many needs of D.J.s today, be they beginners, semi-professionals or full blown superstars. Due to an exceptional talent and a personality that captivates all, Alex P is a house legend and is here to stay.


Featuring the epic FOTO MAGIC MIRROR


None of this could ever work without a fabulous audience, and we want to thank you again for those that continue to support us month after month as our extended family grows bigger and bigger.

MODO excels in a no nonsense love of music with people there who wish to party and have fun, but know their music.

If you've been before you'll known, if it's your first time, get on the MODO train sharpish, because you keep missing the best parties Moseley has to offer. Plus is is FREE entrance all night long.


MODO - Forging the Moseley Music Revolution

Music Genres: 

Club Classics, Funky House, Retro House

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