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The Gallery goes LARGE to round off the month in style with a super-sized night of madness planned on Friday 30th March. To quote that famous choc advert… with these DJs and line-ups we are spoiling you!! Darn tooting, as The Gallery lets rip with another 3 room mash-up of all things house, trance and techno. As ever, the hub of the action resides in the main room where trance fans are getting themselves rather excited about the exclusive return to the UK by Dutch superstar Markus Schulz. Currently sitting pretty at No.19 in DJ Mag Top 100, Markus only plays twice a year in the UK (naturally at The Gallery), so this really is a rare chance to catch the man tipped as the future No.1 jock in action this week. 2006 saw him play his special brew of “dark, moody, melodic trance” all over the globe and his weekly radio show ‘Global DJ Broadcast’ can now be heard on over 30 stations worldwide. Markus is of course signed to Armin Van Buuren’s Armada record label and like Armin he is simply MASSIVE!! Do not miss him live in action this week whatever you do. There’s no let up this week as we throw another 2 huge headliners at ya. First up is Nick Warren – a true DJ legend if ever there was one. His Global Underground compilations still stand the test of time and his unique progressive mix of electronic beats is like poetry on the ear; only quite LOUD poetry! Also on the top bill is The Gallery’s very own king of clubs, Tall Paul. With another action packed year ahead, Paul settles in nicely to his regular monthly set at his old stomping ground and the lush surroundings of the bigger (and new) dj box. Lucky bugger. Main room support comes from Inside Out resident Simon Foy – who jets down from Scotland for the night, with rising stars Digital Punks on the warm up one’s and two’s.
The loveable rouge that is Steve Lee heads up the housey beats in T2 this week as the recently qualified London cabbie (and Gallery ressie!) presents his monthly night of joy… er, JOY! This month’s he’s pulled out all the stops by securing the services of Italian stallion / Azuli Records dude Dave Piccioni, together with the underground kick of Birmingham-based DJ/Promoter and Turnmills regular Andy Price. Completing this end of the month roadblock will be techno purists Kinetec Records who host their monthly fiesta in T3 with another unmissable line-up. Topping the bill be the hotly-tipped Hertz, with a super-strong supporting cast of Kinetec residents - Dave Randall, Thermobee and James Kinetec. So BIG it hurts…