A busy weekend for birthdays includes one thats sure to have the biggest party of them all, Getintothis’ Nick Moreton puts his finger in the trifle to give it a lick.
March in Liverpool can mean only one thing – it’s Chibuku birthday time, and to help this city dance institution celebrate turning 14 on the 15th, Ram Records head honcho and pretty much undisputed drum and bass top dog Andy C makes the trip up to the East Village Arts Club to tear up the theatre as only he can do.
Hot on the heals of the sixth instalment of what has fast become his vital Nightlife series, Andy C brings his high octane blend of all that is fresh and best to the North West for what will undoubtedly be his usual unmissable show.
Joining him from his label roster is Wilkinson, who hit the charts towards the back end of last year with Afterglow, and taking it slightly deeper will be Critical Music boss, Kasra.
Elsewhere, and moving away from drum and bass, Route 94, a 20-year-old London-based DJ who has just knocked Pharrell Williams off the top of the charts with his Jess Glynne-assisted hands-in-the-air house banger My Love, visits the city for the first time, with T Williams bringing his raw, bass-heavy garage vibes, rounded off superbly with Waze & Oddyssey, who have released a sack full of critically acclaimed singles for the likes of Wolf Music, Disco Bloodbath and Throne of Blood, as well as remixes for the likes of Disclosure and T.E.E.D.
With a soon-to-be-announced special guest, support comes from residents Holly Lester and Rich Furness.
Further reading on Getintothis:
Andrew WK to party hard in Liverpool’s East Village Arts Club
Action Bronson serving up a delectable platter at East Village Arts Club
Creamfields 2014 line up featuring Calvin Harris, deadmau5, Avicii and Tiesto
Join The Club – The growth and future of Liverpool’s club night scene