Earlier in the week tickets went on sale for Freeze’s first event of 2014. We can now reveal the record label and artist behind that party as the Liverpool promoters will once again team up with Bedrock records and John Digweed. When Freeze started 2013 it was a Digweed and Bedrock Records warehouse party that saw 1400+ clubbers congregate at the Camp and Furnace, with the April 26th showcase the chance to witness the DJ in his full glory once more.
Digweed’s command of a DJ booth is unquestionable. Since exploding onto the global consensus twenty years ago, he’s been an unrivaled ambassador for electronic music at it’s most hypnotic. Tunneling techno, meticulously crafted melodies, trippy sonics and groove heavy house all form the cornerstone of a sound worshiped by hundreds of thousands of dance music fans.
He will be playing an extended set as part of a ten hour special which will see the club open at 10pm to 8am, with further line-up announcements due shortly (Freeze resident Jemmy will also play – check his mix – http://www.mixcloud.com/skiddle/skiddle-mix-002-jemmy-freeze/). The venue is yet to be announced but will be a Greenland St Warehouse, once again returning to Liverpool’s Baltic triangle, the current creative hub of the city.
Tickets available from http://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Liverpool/Venue-TBA/Freeze-presents/12083078/ or from the ticket tab on the freeze website and in store from 3B Records from the Friday 31st January
Freeze presents Bedrock
Sat 26th April
John Digweed (Extended Set)
Tickets start from £16