We had so much fun at the the first Horse & Groom Gazebo in September that we're back there again on Friday 16 November.
Keeping up with the high standards set by Tim Paris and Jamie Paton was never going to be an easy task but if anyone can do it, it'll be Felix Dickinson.
Felix has been championing underground house music since the early days of the scene and by the age of 20 he was putting on his own parties, including a four-day free festival in the fields of Sussex (this was pre-Criminal Justice Act, you see). He has released music under various guises on labels such as DFA and Rush Hour and has built a much-envied collection of records that are designed to make you move your feet. His sound is always in demand on the discerning dance floor and he comes to Gazebo off the back of a run of successful parties down under. What use are words for describing a DJ though? - get your ear holes around some of his music via this link:
Support comes from the Gazebo DJs who, despite being left handed, refuse to use left-handed turntables, inspired by deceased grunge-man Kurt Cobain's preference for playing a right handed guitar upside down.
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