New Years Eve
LEGENDS OF HOUSE MUSIC
Dance Classics from the last 30 years all night long
Featuring Global Legends..
90min DJ Set
K-Klass are responsible for some of the biggest house tracks ever made. They are all about entertaining and playing for the crowd
K-Klass became residents for the worlds biggest dance brand “Cream”, playing guest slots all over the world at some of the most prestigious and biggest dance events K-Klass had already gained under-ground support for their acclaimed “Wildlife E.P”, released in 1990 before they unleashed their sound onto a nationwide audience with the release of “Rhythm is a Mystery” (No.3 in U.K.Top 40) and the huge “Let Me Show You” (No.13 in U.K.Top 40)
With countless remixes/ productions under their belt it comes as no surprise that K-Klass won the International Dance Awards in 1995 & were nominated for the USA Grammy Awards in the 2002 remix category. When K-Klass are not behind the decks they spend their time in the studio and have worked alongside most of the biggest and most established artists around, some of these include : The Pet Shop Boys, Kathy Brown, Shake Down, Whitney Houston, Gerri Halliwell, Blondie, Bobby Brown, M-People, Level 42, Kylie Minogue, Rozalla, Sunscreem, Frankie Knuckles, Bizzare Inc, Kathy Sledge, New Order, Janet Jackson, Luther Vandross, Lisa Stansfield and Candi Staton plus many many more
Curating the unbelievable Cream Classical events they continue to dominate the house music scene.
30 years ago, playing alongside Graeme Park at his residency at the Koolkat, his growing reputation quickly led to another residency, at the seminal club Venus, but the biggest break came when he covered a spot at the Hacienda, standing in for Mike Pickering of M People. On the strength of this one night alone, he began his third residency.
He achieved cult status at the Golden (he was actually the first guest DJ they had ever booked), which was voted cub of the year in 1993. Yet another residency swiftly followed, at Cream, where Allister found his largest following yet. His national status was further cemented with regular spots at Ministry of Sound, Gatecrasher, and just about every club in between. Having proved his worth as a premier league DJ the time came for Allister to develop the Zero-G club in Nottingham. Regular crowds of 1500+ were attracted, as his Saturday nights were exclusive to this baby...his demand to play at other clubs the length and breadth of the country was of course, a natural consequence.
He was truly established as a household name worldwide with the Gold selling Fantazia album 'The House Collection 3' which was then, the biggest selling DJ compilation ever. The floodgates then opened to a new era of compilation sales becoming a dominating component of the dance music industry. Allister has since gone on to achieve 3 more Gold and 2 Silver albums with compilation for Fantazia and Ministry of Sound.
Having achieved commercial success in his production and remixing career working with people like Martha Walsh, Natalie Imbruglia and Robbie Williams, nowadays Allister is undisputedly one of the UK's most prolific House DJs. He can be seen in the UK's most respected clubs, like Shindig in Newcastle, Lovezoo in Nottingham, The Zap in Brighton and Cream events, which regularly boasts the country's highest attendance figures. Committed to a punishing schedule, he has been known to travel to up to four countries in one week. He's travelling further a field than ever before, working in some of the finest clubs in the world in America, Asia, Australia and Europe.
For the first time in at least a decade Allister Whitehead is in the South West.
Co-founder of Cream (and continues his residence), and a true Ibizia icon.
Whether it was appearing regularly on Radio 1’s The Essential Mix, as well as that legendary status from Quadrant Park, Amnesia House, Manumission, the 051 Club and of course Cream, Andy is continues to be recognised Internationally. Regularly playing the best clubs in the world from New York to Bueno Aires, Toronto, Berlin, Vienna, Munich and Paris. He has also toured throughout Australia and DJ'd as support act to 'JAMIROQUAI' in the UK and Japan.
For the last two decades, during the summer months, Andy has been working at Ibizia 'Amnesia' playing for 'CREAM' 'MANUMISSION' and “SPACE”.
Andy also co-discovered and co-managed 'K-Klass', as well as co-founding Diesel Productions/management. In addition, he co-wrote and produced most of the now classic house tracks for record label 'OLYMPIC RECORDINGS' which he was also a partner and co-founder.
Andy was also resident at Ibizia Rocks playing alongside Zane Lowe, Eddy Temple-Morris, Snow Patrol DJ's and many others. He opened for various bands including The Kaiser Chiefs, Hard-Fi and Maximo Park, playing a selection of Indie, Rock and contemporary electronic sounds. Andy continues to tour the West coast of America, Japan and Russia.
For the first time in at least a decade Andy Caroll is in the South West.
House Classics ALL Night Long from 1988-2008
One of the biggest House music line ups in the SW for a decade and more
The Only Place to be NYE
LIMITED EARLY BIRD TICKETS AVAILABLE: £12
STANDARD TICKETS: Only £15
Don't miss out, the last Back 2 The Old Skool was a complete sell out 6 weeks in advance, and this is NYE x
Tickets on sale on 5th October from 7pm
10PM – 5AM
Strictly Over 18s Only
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