To raise money for Cancer Research UK, Outhouse Sounds bring a night of serious bass rollers; from jungle to dnb, and dubstep to garage.
Advance discount tickets start from £2.50, with general admission tickets costing £3.
Tickets can also be purchased for £5 on the door.
Alternatively, to avoid the booking fee on skiddle, tickets can be purchased by sending £3 and your full name to Paypal - firstname.lastname@example.org
. Your name will then be added to the guest list.
ALL profit will go to charity.
There will be donation boxes on the night if people wish to donate more money to such a great cause.
Jake D [Less Effect]
Ben O'C [Outhouse Sounds]
Plant Bass [Outhouse Sounds]
Jake D is an exciting up and coming DJ and producer currently playing his trade in Liverpool. During his dj career, he has supported some heavyweights of dubstep, dnb, footwork and garage including Addison Groove, Sam Binga, Horsepower Productions, Kahn and Neek, Djrum, and Kode 9.
LLOYDWILLS is one of the driving forces behind Liverpool's growing dnb movement thanks to his involvement in the Spektrum team. He has recently supported the likes of Metalheadz and Shogun Audio artist Riya, as well as other dnb giants such as GLXY and ED:IT.
Ben O'C and Plant Bass are Outhouse Sounds residents. Their multi genre bass filled sets get the skanking started.
Cancer still affects millions of people all over the world. To beat it, we need to work together.
Cancer Research UK is the largest independent funder of cancer research in the world. They support the best scientists, doctors and nurses to discover new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer across the world, as well as working with the families of those who suffer from cancer. They rely entirely on donations to make it happen.
Thanks to their research, cancer survival is improving and has doubled over the past 40 years in the UK. Today half of people diagnosed with cancer will survive their disease for ten years or more. But we need to do more.
Cancer Research UK aims to accelerate progress towards their ambition of seeing 3 in 4 cancer patients surviving by 2034; and every penny donated will help this goal being reached.