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Hot on the heels of Skarn Division's successful launch in December of 2016 and its inaugural, well-received four-tracker Skarn which featured an original track and 3 remixes from Positive Centre, Plukkk and Yuuki Sakai, Italy-based label founder and author of the original work Federico Amoroso has made an indisputably wise decision and commissioned 5 more remixes to be produced by the stellar representatives of high quality techno discipline. Needless to say, when you bring together the heavy-hitting and well-established Takaaki Itoh, Stingrays, Lucindo and Paul Birken who have it for a principle to bar no holds when it comes to production, you can expect a rather strong output, but even DJ Surgeles, who is normally known for contemplative, leisurely-paced deep space vibes has turned quite mean and put forth a kind of stomper that has the potential to wreck some serious havoc on the dancefloor full of action-ready technoheads.~~~~Takaaki Itoh dives into the past days of his production and starts off the affair with a 135 BPM rework - thudding, deeply-rooted kicks that hit 5 times per 4 bars, panning arrays of short, speeding bell stabs, sandy and metallic bars at 16/16, chirping waves of acid and atonal pads that finish every 4 bars with singular drips and drops of synthesized substance being poured into a glass of amassing colorful fluid. DJ Surgeles raises the tempo 2 BPM points up and unleashes hefty, widely reverberated, syncopated kicks, washes of soft noise, two layers of panning 16/16 bands, open, but terse 4/4 hats, dry claps that run in pairs, series of distressing alarming bleeping signals that come in multiple layers and shapes, and a subtly gating, cold cosmic ambiance that occupies the background and adds an ingeniously sinister touch to the piece. While Lucindo's moody remix is paced at 134 BPM, its rapid, closely-running kicks that unevenly hit 8 times per 4 bars can give a sense of much higher tempo, whose subjective perception is increased even...
Besides the heroic escapades of the lead protagonist, who has some set backs during his rescue attempts, readers obtain an in depth look at Inquisition Spain, but the historical tidbits are cleverly interwoven into the fabric of the adventures.
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Using a combination of storytelling, dance, puppetry, live music, pyrotechnics and special effects, the immersive piece of outdoor theatre has been inspired by the Hindu epic the Ramayana, promising a captivating evening to help festivities culminate with a brilliant bang.
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Fri 13 & Sat 14 Mar, Sandbar, 120 Grosvenor Street, M1 7HL, 12pm – 12am, FREE, IRL: Bringing Computing into the Real WorldAs part of 2015's festival, BAFTA award-winning artist Seb Lee-Delisle has created PixelPyros (pictured) on the Piazza at MediaCityUK (6pm - 10pm, Fri 13 & Sat 14 Mar), which is a virtual pyrotechnics display projected onto a 60-foot screen.
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Guardian columnist and former SDP candidate Polly Toynbee joins David Walker, with whom she wrote the book ‘The Verdict: Did Labour Change Britain’ to attempt to answer the question posed in book’s title.
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One of only two – the other being in Soho – R&A serves cocktails, sustainable seafood and grill house classics, including burgers, rotisserie chicken and rib eye steak in a seductive conversion on Bridge Street.
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4pm, Art experience: Legroom at Secret VenueProvided you can drag yourself out of your Boxing Day turkey coma, you can take part in this unique event from Legroom, a Franco-British art project, backed by Castlefield Gallery, which was set up to explore the artistic potential of space, sound and movement.
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As well as guest brewers and street food action, the Buffalo Brothers will be bringing their old school heavy funk to the Brewery’s secret garden, alongside DJs The Soultwins, Scott Talcum Taylor, Phil Wainwright, Alan Darker, Dave Hulston and Dazzler.