Consortium present French Fries, Throwing Snow & Lakosa...

Friday 10th August 2012 French Fries His first release was at the age of 16, he is now 20 and everything he touches he turns it into gold. At just the age of 18, he earns unanimous support with the ARMA E.P. which was playlisted all over the world before it was even released, from big names like A-trak. Breakthrough artist of the 2010 WMC without even crossing the ocean, his track Senta was a big hit and made its way into every artists set under the Miami sun. French Fries is not greedy and lends his talent for remixes where experiments turn the good into great. The frenzy of his youth and his flawless technique will make you smile, raise your arms and tap your feet. Boiler Room: http://soundcloud.com/platform/br-55-french-fries/s-6onWu Fact Mix: http://www.mixcloud.com/FACTMixArchive/fact-mix-229-french-fries/ Throwing Snow Here is what xlr8r has to say… “The new year is a time when people are naturally inclined to look toward the future, so it’s fitting that our first podcast of 2012 comes from an artist we’re expecting to hear a lot from in the months ahead. In all honesty, Throwing Snow aka Ross Tones is a name that already popped up on XLR8R quite a bit in 2011, particularly following the release of his stellar “Shadower” b/w “Sanctum” single. The UK producer wrapped up last year with the adventurous Too Polite EP on Local Action, and now, he’s assembled this exclusive mix for XLR8R. Throwing Snow’s tunes have always had a sort of melodically moody air about them, a characteristic that’s also evident on the various house, bass, and even hip-hop-flavored tracks he’s weaved together here. But there’s more to this mix than club tunes, as the up-and-coming artist also showcases an affinity for more ambient and experimental...

A night at kraak

Sat 4 aug leukaemia & lymphoma research is the only uk charity solely dedicated to research into blood cancers, including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma. their life-saving research is focused on finding causes, improving diagnosis and treatments, and running ground-breaking clinical trials for all blood cancer patients. We are holding a Charity night to raise money and awareness in the memory of Vicky Mustoe who sadly lost her life to Leukemia in May 2011 We are bringing together some of Manchester’s most eclectic nights and DJ’s to raise as much money as possible Saturday 4th August 2012 – 10.30pm – 4am Location – Kraak Gallery, 11, Stevenson Square Manchester, United Kingdom M1 1DB ALL PROCEEDS TO CHARITY DJ’s Coen – (Chowdown) Partizan B – (Partizan) Douglas Quaid – (Consortium) Marco Giannini + More £5 no booking...