January’s going to start with a real bang as Ministry of Sound gets ready for a Warehouse Party at the Heineken Warehouse on Shedden Road.
The fun starts at 8pm on Friday, 13 January, but don’t get creeped out. It’s gonna rock it.
What we can tell you at this point is that DJs are going to include Paul Deighton, World Tour Resident DJ for Ministry of Sound, Tom Craven (owner of Illusion Records), Martin 2Smoove, Ministry of Sound resident and tour manager and the exciting newcomer Oli Furness.
Paul Deighton is one of The Ministry of Sound International resident DJs and has toured the world representing the world famous brand. Paul has been collecting and mixing records at parties since 1990 but eventually started DJing for the Ministry of Sounds Housexy brand in the summer of 2006. Paul’s own music and collaborations have been released by a string of labels throughout the world. His debut and trademark hit was Omega 33 on Gung-Ho Records, critically acclaimed and described by label boss Matt Stuart as “Pure Tech House Genius.”
His most recent and biggest production, a collaboration with Richard Murray called Don’t Go feat Lindsey is out on Cr2 records. Paul Also runs his own label, Mighty Moog Records.
Not 2 Smoove 2 Groove
Martin 2 Smoove has played at the biggest clubs throughout the country including Ministry of Sound, Fabric and Heaven to name but a local few. Martin 2 Smoove now works closely with Trevor Nelson and DJ Hanif promoting and DJing at the Trevor Nelson Presents parties throughout the UK. These events often involve working with major artists either for promotional purposes or for concert after parties; recent artists that have performed at these events include Trey Songz, Bruno Mars and Travie McCoy.
With 15 years of DJ experience in his locker, a forthcoming catalogue of tantalising new productions and emixes, an exciting label making big noises and his One Illusion events in demand around the globe, Tom Craven’s hard work, dedication and passion are starting to pay off.
Oli Furness’s tracks reminisce over the origins of house whilst bringing them right up to date by using a mixture of old school production techniques and analogue hardware alongside today’s modern studio, forging a truly unique sound.
Ticket prices are: General Admission – $15; Stage Front – $20; VIP – $25; Gate – $25.
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