COMING UP: CIRCUS Easter Sunday Party @ Camp + Furnace


Back
with another jaw dropping collection of electronic music’s most sought after heroes assembled by the club’s founder, Yousef, the CIRCUS Easter Sunday party returns to Liverpool’s premier warehouse club space Camp and Furnace on 31 March. TICKETS

Maceo Plex has had an unstoppable few years. Already known for his techno alias Maetrik, Maceo has been on a quest to inject feeling and funk into the world. Positioned number one on RA’s most charted artists and 4th in their 2012 Top 100 DJs, and with multiple RA mixes and an Essential Mix in the bag, he is one highly in demand DJ, playing the world over and making house music sexy again.

The past 18 months have seen the meteoric rise of Maya Jane Coles, evolving into one of the most highly sought after producer and DJs. From her seminal track What They Say to current killer Easier To Hide, her phenomenal 2012 saw Maya at 10th spot in RA’s Top 100 DJs in December and 15th in Rolling Stone’s top 25 most influential DJs. Her wildly-feted DJ Kicks mix album was album of the year in Mixmag and triumphed as one of the year’s best complications.

A child of the acid house generation, Steve Lawler was busy with beats long before genres were but a twinkle in club land’s eye. An electronic artist who defies generic boundaries, Steve is one of dance music’s true ambassadors.

Circus founder and promoter Yousef’s diligent work ethic shows no signs of slowing either. Taken from his 2nd artist album, A Product Of Your Environment, on Circus Recordings, his single Beg (which is now signed to Defected) reached the top spot of Beatport’s deep house chart for 8 weeks and was as high as number 3 on the overall top 100 for 7 weeks.

The Martinez Brothers, were invited by Dennis Ferrer to play at one of New York’s longest serving and foremost venues, Shelter in 2006. Since that momentous night the guys have risen to stardom, including a Circo Loco DC-10 residency last summer and a string of global gigs.

And speaking of hot duos, Bicep enter 2013 as one of dance music’s most heralded pairings, making their long-awaited Circus debut. Dedicated crate-digging has created what they call their “80s-inspired analogue house,” honing their sound from Chicago house to super-rare Italo cuts. Expect some obscure deep gems and hot off the press edits from these guys…

Circus – Easter Sunday Party
Sunday 31st March
@ Camp and Furnace Warehouse, 67 Greenland Street, Liverpool, L1 0BY
Maceo Plex / Maya Jane Coles / Steve Lawler / Yousef / The Martinez Brothers /
Bicep / Lewis Boardman / Scott Lewis / Ki Creighton /

Circus Recordings present: Makes No Sense / Acid Mondays / David Glass

8pm – 4am – last entry strictly 10.30pm
Price £20 advance
Info – 0151 706 8045
www.circusclub.co.uk

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