Apply the Breaks 2nd Birthday Party!
BANK HOLIDAY SUNDAY 1st MAY 2005
@ THE Royal Hotel, Luton
LUTON'S break beat collective Apply The Breaks (ATB) are celebrating 2 years of break beat raving at the plush Royal Hotel.
Again no expense has been spared in bringing you the biggest lineup of Break beat artists, the phatest sound system and full venue transformation.
Main Room – Nuskool and Oldskool Break beat
Shut up & Dance – The Godfathers of Break beat
(Break Beat Elite Album Tour)
ED209 (Hardcore Beats / Wireframe records)
(Producer of “Stop that Sh**t” and “Infectious”)
DJ Swan-e (Maximum Boost Records)
(Exclusive classic oldskool breaks set)
Apply the Breaks
(C Smoove, Daddy Fingaz, Mack the Knife, Rob Focus)
Ken Mac (London’s leading mic man)
Krafty (Maximum Boost)
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The Phono Brothers
Robbie (Garooba) MacMillan.[/color]
10K Sound and intelligent light display from St Albans Sub Zero!
FULL VENUE TRANSFORMATION
CD giveaways and other surprises are planned throughout the night.
Early ticket purchase is advised as our last event was a complete sell out!
Advance Tickets only £10 (M.O.T.D) available from:
Per Lui Clothing – 01582 723921
The Royal Hotel - 01582 400909
Lock Stock and Clobber - 01582 608031
Lock Stock and Clobber - 01582 766123
White Label Music - 01525 384477
Tiger Eye Records – 01462 454611
Plastic Records - 01727 831144
Welwyn Garden City
City sounds - 01707 372700
07958172822 / 07941996521
guest list requests must be received by 8pm on Wed 27 Apr to email@example.com
The Royal Hotel,
1 Min Luton Central Train Station
J 10 M1
Single, double and Triple business class rooms available for the night, call for more info:
The line-up is headed by the Godfathers of Break beat Shut Up & Dance, and this is their first ever appearance in Luton. Shut Up & Dance are pioneers of the early rave scene originally forming in 1986 and producing a host of massive underground anthems including '5,6,7,8', '£10 To Get In', 'I'm Raving I'm Raving' and, more recently, 'Reclaim The Streets'. Today the duo of PJ and Smiley mix the oldskool sound with nu-skool breaks and their rare visit to Luton will be part of a national UK Break beat Elite tour that has seen them link up with the likes of The Plump DJs, Stanton Warriors, Krafty Kuts and Deekline while raising money for the humanitarian crisis in Sudan. be laying down some of his classic 88-90 oldskool cuts. Their new mix cd “The Break beat Elite”, with Aquasky, is available in all good record stores now with all profits going to the crisis in Sudan