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The Blah Blah Blah January Sale presents Sinden photo gallery
THE BLAH BLAH BLAH JANUARY SALE
When we left our old home at Water Margin back in October, we promised big things for 2009. Now we can finally reveal the NEW ERA of Blah Blah Blah. Get ready for our biggest party yet at Brighton's finest club: Digital. Since it's doors opened Digital has fast established itself as one of the best clubs in the country. It has already played host to some of the biggest DJs and bands on the planet. Everyone from Armand Van Helden to Erol Alkan to Simian Mobile Disco to Deadmau5 to Fatboy Slim have smashed the hell out of the clubs state of the art Funktion One soundsystem.
Having been involved with Digital since it's opening night, Blah Blah Blah are proud to call Digital a new home. We have some pretty big things planned for this year and what better way to start, than with this.
Only £5 ADV / more on the door
This is no doubt gonna be the best party to start your year off with. Grab your cheap tickets now from Rounders, Resident or the Dome Box Office, or click the link below to purchase online. ONLY £5!
Our special guest, Sinden, is one of the most unique producers/DJs to break onto the scene in years. Sinden is probably the most prolific producer in the world right now. He has spent the last few years banging out quality remixes for the likes of Bjork, Basement Jaxx, Chromeo, Lady Sovereign, Santogold, Crystal Castles, A-Trak, Lethal Bizzle and The Black Ghosts to name but a few. Sinden has collaborated with Switch, Trevor Loveys, Jesse Rose and most famously Herve to form the fidget house juggernaut duo of The Count and Sinden.
Between his time spent in the studio, Sinden also finds time to host his own radioshow on Kiss FM, run his own club night at Fabric called "Get Familiar" and DJ all around the world every week. If that wasn't enough, he is also found time to produce a banging mix for Fabric Live which drops in December 2008.
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