Work Them

Friday 2nd Dec WORK THEM – ALT DISCO Presenting… a brand new evening of alternative, electronic and leftfield music for the booty shakers, the beard strokers and awkward ravers. A FORWARD THINKING ALT DISCO DEDICATED TO FUTURE CLASSICS, CURRENT GROOVERS AND RECORDS THAT STILL SOUND FRESH AS ANY, COVERING LEFTFIELD ALTERNATIVE AND ELECTRONICA, POST-PUNK, BASS AND DISCO. A SINCERE ATTEMPT TO FIND THE MISSING LINK BETWEEN EDWYN COLLINS AND FLYING LOTUS, WHICH HOPEFULLY INVOLVES A COWBELL. WILLING FEET AND BROAD MINDS REQUIRED… AKA: WE’RE BEHIND THE HULA BAR. BEGINS DECEMBER 2ND.   IF YOU’RE INTO IT ALL, WE’RE IN IT FOR YOU. JUST LISTEN MIXES AND MUSINGS AT WWW.WORKTHEM.BLOGSPOT.COM Kraak Gallery Stevenson Square, Manchester Friday 2nd December 10:30PM – Late 3 Pounds All Night www.workthem.blospot.com All enquiries: workthemclub@gmail.com    ...

Construct with Billy Nasty and Swayzak...

Tickets – £5 / £6 http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?295817 We’re extremely chuffed to welcome two legends of British electronic music, Billy Nasty and Swayzak, to the intimate four walls of the Kraak Gallery in Manchester next month. The gallery is located at 11 Stevenson Square (just off Oldham Street) on the alleyway behind the Hula Bar. Tiny venue this folks, 150 cap MAX. There will only be 100 tickets available (at a bargain price we might add..) so please grab em whilst you can. http://constructindustries.com/ info AT constructindustries DOT com 07789 513 312   BILLY NASTY From early beginnings in London’s acid house scene to the huge global following he enjoys today, Billy’s continual hunger for new music, combined with his extensive experience, has made him one of the scene’s most enduring and in-demand figures. With dates across the globe, including a residency at BLOC festival and regular sets at Fabric, he also boasts an ever burgeoning production portfolio, recent highlights including the new Radio Nasty project alongside Radioactiveman and Two Lone Swordsmen’s Keith Tenniswood, and work with Gregor Tresher for labels including Datapunk, Terminal-M, and Crosstown Rebel’s Rebel 1. Emerging from a background playing rare groove and funk, Billy’s first forays into house appeared during his residency at London’s The Brain Club, alongside Lost founder Steve Bicknell. Quickly making an impact, he was asked to contribute the first volume of the seminal ‘Journeys By DJs’ series – gaining him entry into the Guinness book of records for being the first DJ to produce a commercially available mix. As the dance scene of the early 90s splintered into numerous subgenres, Billy’s profile sky-rocketed, resulting in regular slots at famed London clubs Final Frontier, Open All Hours, The Drum Club and Strutt. Later he formed his own agency,...