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Cutloose with Mark Seven photo gallery
We recommend advance tickets for all our partie, you will save some money on the door and if you book online via our website you avoid the booking fee:
Tickets also available online via Skiddle: http://www.skiddle.com/events/11429176/
Or you can pick up a good old fashioned paper ticket from Piccadilly Records on Oldham Street.
For our next installment in March, we salute old pal Mark Seven who returns for his first Cutloose appearance in two years. Mark has been a busy boy since then – as well as his ongoing obligations as Jus’wax head honcho and crate-digger extraordinaire, he’s issued impeccable releases including Pillow Talk and Travelogue, and the flawless mix – ‘A Salute to the Men of Vauxhall’ and its follow up – “Salute 2 – Reach Out and Touch Your Dream”. Mark’s is often revered as the DJ’s DJ, with the mere mention of his name causing trainspotters to salivate wildly, talk in tongues and send Discogs working crazy overtime. However it would be a disservice to make him sound elitist – his focus on a groove appeals to a broad audience, and his ability to fuse together music across a range of genres succeeds in keeping the dance floor captivated, what every party wants.
Mark is no stranger to the underground scene, with his involvement dating back to the late 80s when he started promoting parties such as ‘Bizarre’ on the fledgling Balearic scene, in addition to being a regular at ‘Shoom’, organised by one of his early heroes, Danny Rampling. In recent years, Mark has co-promoted ‘The Lodge’ and NY Social parties where he has introduced the likes of Prins Thomas & Phil Mison to the US scene.