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Shine presents Graeme Park, Brandon Block & K-Klass on Sat 30th March 2013
Shine as part of the 34 years Birthday celebration of The Warehouse, was asked to pull out all stops, get involved, shape up, Shine up & represent their Easter Saturday while they took on the Sunday to pull together another monster booking, on par with Frankie Knuckles who played their last Birthday to a 1,000 capacity & very enthusiastic crowd.
Shine decided to book 4 international DJ's but home grown on UK soil of course, who each shared a love for '80's Acid House Music & this is taking place at Leeds' answer to The Hacienda, The Warehouse who actually prides it's own introduction of House Music to Leeds city.
With no further ado the appropriate DJ to invite back, Pioneer Of House, Graeme Park to come back & play on this very special occasion, it seems even more sentimental when the last time he used The Warehouse decks was for SOAK over 20 years ago with Hacienda DJ partner, M People's Mike Pickering.
In Shine's wise choice of line up selection to suit this bill they have hand picked Brandon Block, Jon Dasilva, K-klass & a Leeds local guest Paul Murray aka Muzza who are all by the way very excited to be involved on this Birthday Weekend Project, as are the Shine outfit too.
What to expect from these DJ's who have each played residencies for The Hacienda, Up Yer Ronson & Kaos & what you will also be dancing to, is a fine mixture of '88 Hacienda forgotton classics blended with that Up Yer Ronson underground vocal house feel, delivered along side the tracks we do remember from another Leeds brand, Kaos.
Ty & MC Vinyl
Music Genres: House, Old Skool
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