James Ruskin [Blueprint]
Regis [Sandwell District]
O/V/R (live) [Blueprint]
Alex Smoke (live) [Vacant, Soma]
Gerd [NL, Clone, Royal Oak]
Jay Shepheard [Secret Sundaze, Retrofit]
Murphy Jax (live) [Turbo, Hypercolou, Clone]
J Gillet (Collect!)
James Mapleback (Cargo)
Set 2 (Collect!)
Up and Atom (drumro[ll])
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Some of you may remember – or at least have the occasional flashback, your smoky hedonism punctured by half-recalled blasts of light and noise – a wee shindig in a warehouse one rain-soaked Sunday in June. This meeting of Sheffield’s finest musical minds brought about a party of such monumental proportions, of such far-reaching and soul-plucking magnitude and knees-up excellence, that even now no one’s entirely sure it quite happened. Were you there? At Faction? When Move D wouldn’t stop and Slam tore everything asunder?
Well, with six months of reflection and repair undertaken, Sheffield’s crews are back with a wintry womb-trembler that threatens the traditions of that most sacred holiday - the underwhelming New Year’s Eve. No, it seems that 2013 will be ushered in not by damp party poppers and a regretful snog with Lydia from accounts, but rather with the rumbling thud of house and techno’s finest exponents doing their level best to frighten the new year out the door. I know. We’re sorry.
With Jools Holland otherwise engaged we’ve put our minds to constructing a true spectacle of a lineup, a scintillating selection of 4/4 gods who’ll be bringing in 2013 not with a whimper, but with an ear-shredding bang.
All housed in the now infamous DLS Complex. An old cutlery factory warehouse complex with epic arenas, moody basements and a warren of other rooms to get lost in and mysterious corners to lose your mind in.
Expect the same, epic sound and lighting as always. plus a countdown to end all countdowns.
Literally no better way to see in the New Year. See you there...