M J Cole
EAT MY BEAT FRESHERS SPECIAL
THURSDAY 23rd SEPTEMBER
FEATURING M J COLE
Thank you for all the support so far. Thanks to you we've had great stretch of of parties so far with guests such as..... Louis La Roche, A1 Bassline, Disco of Doom, Mumdance, and our massive party in May with L-Vis 1990, Roska, Oneman, MC Asbo, and not forgetting Dusk & Blackdown.
A Royal College of Music graduate who has released some of the important UK
dance records of the last ten years, MJ Cole's intricate, heart-wrenching
garage productions did more to link the abstract, avant-garde tendencies of
the sound to the exploding mainstream scene than any other artist¹s work.
Releasing Sincere in 1998, an era-defining single that was both one of the
biggest influences on 21st century British dance music, and an overground
smash, MJ Cole went on to sign to Talkin¹ Loud where he put out Sincere the
album; one of if not the defining garage full-length, and one that
spawned the massive single ŒCrazy Love¹. It was also nominated for the
Mercury Music Prize.
While he never lost his touch with underground British club music MJ Cole's
releases on his own label, Prolific, including the recent Riddim EP, remixes
for Mad Decent, Primary 1, Drop The Lime, etc and his production work with
Wiley and Example among others show a man deeply committed to the search for
emotive, smart and brave club music.
support comes from our tasty residents Oldboy + Oscar Wildstyle dropping garage, techno, electro, uk funky, disco and bass.
Thursday 23rd September
The Roadhouse, Newton Street, Manchester (5minute walk from Picadilly Gardens)
£2 Bottles of beer
£3 house double and mixer
£5 tickets available soon from Skiddle, Ticketline, Gaffs or Piccadilly Records
£6 on the door