[Manc] SEQUENCE: 16/2: Surgeon, Audion, Rob Hood, Clark +

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[Manc] SEQUENCE: 16/2: Surgeon, Audion, Rob Hood, Clark +

Postby ComputerControlled » 02 Jan 2008 15:25

SEQUENCE FOURTH BIRTHDAY

16th February 2008
9.00pm till 5.00am
£15 ADVANCE TICKETS

ROOM ONE: -
Clark - LIVE (Warp Records)
Robert Hood presents The Grey Area (Hoodmusic, Music Man / M Plant)
Surgeon (Counterbalance, Dynamic Tension, Downwards)
Rob Hall (Skam, Gescom)

ROOM TWO: -
Matthew Dear presents Audion - LIVE (Spectral Sound)
Redshape - LIVE (Delsin, Music Man)
Andy Stott - LIVE (Modern Love)
Daz Quayle (SCSI-AV)

Residents: -
Computer Controlled, Mark Turner & P45

BOTH ROOMS POWERED BY FUNKTION ONE!


The fourth birthday sees Sequence pay it's first 2008 visit of three in 2008 to the old Paradise Factory venue, spreading it's wings over two floors with one of the biggest club lineups of electronic music Manchester has ever seen. Room One will play host to a live set from Warp hotshot Chris Clark, showcasing the devastating 4/4 bleep techno from his highly anticipated Throttle Clark release along with Dj sets from two of the biggest techno legends in the world - Surgeon and Robert Hood - who will be flying over from Detroit for a UK exclusive that weekend. Room Two keeps up the pressure with a huge headlining live set by Spectral mainman Matthew Dear in his Audion guise along with the Manchester debut of the mysterious Redshape and a live show from Modern Love's jewel in the crown, Andy Stott. Support on the night come from SCSI-AV mainman Daz Quayle and Gescom collaborator Rob Hall along with residents, Computer Controlled and P45.

The Club (aka The Old Paradise Factory), 112 - 116 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 7EN

Advance tickets available from 05th January 2008 from Eastern Bloc & Piccadilly Records
Also available from www.ticketline.co.uk / 0871 424 4444

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Postby ComputerControlled » 12 Feb 2008 20:45

yo. just a reminder for those of you who are planning on coming but haven't got tickets yet to make sure you get them in soon. there are only 100 or so left on ticketline and we expect them to sell out by this friday. eastern bloc and piccadilly records still have a few left too but again don't sleep on it for too long as they have been flying out this week.

for anyone interested, here's the link again: http://www.ticketline.co.uk/a-z.php?genre=&id=6673643

for those of you who want to chance it on the night there will be 200 on the door (each event at the venue has an allocation kept back) but make sure you get there early to get one... doors are at 9pm.

i still have a few to sell personally, get in touch with me for more information

here's the set times: -

room one
9.00pm - 11.00pm: computer controlled
11.00pm - 12.00pm: rob hall
12.00am - 02.00am: surgeon
02.00am - 03.00am: clark - live
03.00am - 05.00am: robert hood

room two
9.00pm - 10.30pm: p45
10.30pm - 12.00am: mark turner
12.00am - 01.00am: andy stott - live
01.00am - 02.00am: redshape - live
02.00am - 04.00am: audion
04.00am - 05.00am: daz quayle

hope some of you can make it... should be a mint night!
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Postby markus » 12 Feb 2008 20:48

Nice one. I will be coming to the next one, which just happens to be the night before the 808 State gig. Featuring one of my absolute faves: Legowelt.
Will that one also be held at the Paradise Factory?
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Postby ComputerControlled » 19 Feb 2008 14:59

yes markus... just getting it on sale now.
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Postby 'Steve' » 19 Feb 2008 23:19

God how I wish I was 18. :(
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