Tickets are priced at just £12/£16/£22, 6pm, 27.09.14
With previous guests such as Steve Lawler, Dennis Ferrer and Patrick Topping, combined with Moth’s unique take on the concept of a warehouse party, it’s no surprise how much of an impact the brand has had on such a compact city such as Belfast. Now they bring two of house music’s most influential DJs, Felix Da Housecat, and DJ Sneak. As well as a generous array of Northern Irish DJs on support.
In a world obsessed with labelling an ever evolving genre, Felix da Housecat is dedicated to making the people dance. He is one of those rare, charisma-oozing characters, whose musical and mental eccentricity come from a genuine place. He’s never afraid to take a risk to reach new ground. It’s this blend of qualities that has kept him in such high reverence in the electronic field for two decades now, and which has ensured that his music has been a consistently captivating force. Grammy nominations, remix work for artists such as Madonna, Garbage, New Order and Giorgio Moroder; to Dj gigs at the worlds most renowned music festivals and clubs.
Felix da Housecat’s 2001 album, Kittenz and thee Glitz, turned the dance music world on its side as his collaborations with the now infamous Miss Kitten on ‘Silver Screen’ and ‘Madame Hollywood’ and Melistar on Harlot and ‘What Does it Feel Like’ spawned a synth club revival. Along the way, Felix gained mainstream press acceptance and was heralded by Entertainment weekly, Rolling Stone and Spin as one of the most creative artists in music today.
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Chicago, like Puerto Rico, is a city rich with musical styles and sounds. It was in Chicago that Sneak found inspiration in underground house music, Warehouse parties and “old school” mix tapes from the early pioneers – Farley Jackmaster Funk, Ralphi Rosario, Steve Hurley. In 1992, using the fundamental studio pieces, Sneak began recording tracks with an unusual new style. In 1994, while still working at local store Gramophone Records sneak met Cajmere (Green Velvet) owner of Cajual and Relief Records. Cajmere released some of sneak’s pivotal tracks and helped bring international recognition, with it, a global DJing career. Now spanning over 20 years.
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