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Hybrid Live @ The Gallery London April 20

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    THE GALLERY FRIDAY 20TH APRIL Turnmills 63B Clerkenwell Road, London. EC1M 5NP Capacity: 1000 Info: 020 7250 3409 Tube: Farringdon Doors: 10.30pm – 7.30am
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      63B Clerkenwell Road, London. EC1M 5NP
      Capacity: 1000
      Info: 020 7250 3409
      Tube: Farringdon
      Doors: 10.30pm – 7.30am
      Prices: £10 Members // £10 Students B4 12am // £12 Guests B4 11.30pm // £15
      Advanced Tickets: www.ticketweb.co.uk // 08700 600100 and www.viewtickets.co.uk

      Room 1:
      Judge Jules
      Seb Fontaine
      Sander Van Doorn
      Gavyn Mytchel
      James Hughes
      Room 2:
      Hosted by City Beats
      Shane Watcha
      Audio Jackers
      Claude Lyons & Tom Charles
      Russell Caten
      Room 3:
      Hybrid (Live)
      Steve Porter (Album Launch Party)
      Room 4:
      Hosted by Ideal DJs
      Jo Mills
      Pete Gooding
      Filthy Rich

      Another top Spring session to savour at The Gallery this Friday night folks as Turnmills'
      world famous weekly club brings you 4 rooms of musical hedonism on Friday 20th April.
      Kicking off in the main room, where the heavyweight hitters of Judge Jules and Seb
      Fontaine are in town to show the news kids on the block how it should be done!! Judge
      Jules is of course old skool through and through. The Radio 1 rocker has been around for
      as long as The Gallery can remember and he still remains one of the most important
      figures in dance music. Heck, some might go as far to say he's one of the hardest working
      men in the industry – with over 300 gigs per year under his belt!! Former Radio 1 pal, Seb
      Fontaine meanwhile has been enjoying the freedom of having his weekends back to
      himself again after his own `residency' on the airwaves for all those years. His monthly
      London night Type is still doing great things at The Cross, but it's The Gallery which is the
      only other place he'll play in the capital. Bless. Look out for underground bombs of the
      musical variety from Seb on Friday. There's still space for The Gallery's hot new resident
      Sander Van Doorn to turn in his 3rd weekly set in a row. The hotly-tipped Dutchman has
      set up base at The Gallery throughout April, leading up to next week's Residents Special
      and it's suited us fine as the demand to see him these days is so high that we need 4
      dates just to cope with the demand! Fellow Gallery resident – and the voice behind The
      Gallery's weekly Radio Show (on MOS Radio) Gavyn Mytchel joins Sander and the boys for
      more late night hands-in-the-air moments, with newcomer James Hughes setting the
      early pace.

      Hot footing it to T3 now, where we're absolutely thrilled to welcome breaks pioneers
      Hybrid back to the club to play an exclusive live performance. The Welsh stars have
      become part of the furniture in recent times and when they played live a few years back,
      the duo walked off stage with thunderous cheers raining down on them. Having produced
      some timeless tracks including classic cut `Finished Symphony', Hybrid have also remixed
      over 40 artists including Radiohead, Carl Cox, BT, The Future Sound Of London and Moby
      to name a few. Look out for exclusive airings of new material on the night too. Oh I say. If
      that news might cause a bit of wee to come out, then perhaps the following
      announcement might. Joining the Hybrid dudes from behind the decks will be US
      powerhouse Steve Porter, who jets in for another exclusive UK date at Gallery HQ on the
      back of his global tour promoting his new mix album – `Porterhouse Vol 2'. Steve is one of
      America's most exciting new DJ/Producers on the electronic scene and has made a huge
      impact here in the UK on the back of his debut at The Gallery. Laying the early tempo with
      rising stars Tweak&Bleep.

      Meanwhile over in the lovable rouge that is T2, backroom regulars City Beats return to the
      groove as they present another underground night of future electro and minimal-tech.
      Man about town Shane Watcha headlines, backed up by Jack Digital records head honchos
      Audio Jackers, plus sets from Claude Lyons & Tom Charles, Russell Caten and Formless.
      Finally (yes there is more!), Room 4 welcomes the Ideal DJs roster to town featuring more
      household names – from former Circo Loco resident Jo Mills, to Café Mambo's Pete
      Gooding and London-party-starter Filthy Rich. So then, it's just another regular night
      down at the `Mills then huh?!?
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