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[Manc] SEQUENCE: 18th July 2008

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Computer Controlled presents…


SEQUENCE – Sankeys Launch Party


18th July 2008

10.30pm till 5.00am

£10 NUS & Advance / £12 OTD


Special Guests: -

Luke Slater (Novamute, Peacefrog, Mote Evolver)

Altern 8 (Network)

Dj Godfather (Databass, Detroit)

Billy Nasty (Tortured, Electrix)

Radioactive Man (Fabric, Control Tower, RGC)

Mike Williamson (Skam, SCSI-AV)

Jay Knight (Locked, Epoch Works)


Bar hosted by Dirty Analogue


Sequence Residents: Computer Controlled & P45


Fresh from our huge recent residency at the old Paradise Factory club and the massive Urbis party, July sees the next phase of Sequence swiftly kicking into action with the commencement of a new monthly residency at one of Manchester’s longest-running and finest venues Sankeys.


The main room sees a huge triple-header with headlining sets from big guns Luke Slater, Dj Godfather and Billy Nasty. The name Luke Slater is synonymous with electronic music whether through his eclectic solo output through Novamute, the ground-breaking, fierce live techno of Planetary Assault Systems or his killer Dj sets as most recently demonstrated through his 2007 Fabric mix. Dj Godfather is one of the USA’s finest exports. Since he first burst onto the scene he has quickly developed into one of Detroit’s finest performance Dj’s able to hold a crowd firmly on the dancefloor with his choice of infectious ghetto-tech bombs whilst simultaneously blowing their minds with his unparalleled scratch Dj skills. Billy Nasty is one of the worlds most in-demand Dj’s, spinning his trademark blend of minimal, techno and house for near on fifteen years at a professional level. He has performed at most the biggest dance events around the globe, also finding the time in his busy schedule to run two hugely successful record labels and enjoy an extensive recording career. Support in the main room from Jay Knight – the main man behind the Locked clubnight and label.


Upstairs sees headlining sets from Altern 8 and Radioactive Man. Altern 8 need no introductions! Mixing breakbeat with rave rhythms, the duo produced some of the best hardcore and rave of the 1990’s with hits like Activ8 and Evapor8 storming the charts and becoming massive hits at the time. Altern 8 were almost as famous for their stunts as they were for their music which included running for the general election, impromptu raves in club car parks and distributing Christmas puddings to the poor from a hot air balloon bearing the words ‘The Poor Know The Score’ on them (an idea which was unsurprisingly shelved). Sequence favourite Keith ‘Radioactive Man’ Tenniswood will also be in attendance for our launch party. Keith has had a prolific career in the music industry, producing with Andrew Weatherall on Warp as Two Lone Swordsmen, through his own bass-heavy electro productions on the RGC and Fabric labels and his trademark rolling techno Dj sets. Support on the night comes from Mike Williamson, Gescom collaborator, key member of the Skam collective and the talented producer behind the experimental MADE project.



Sankeys, Radium Street, Manchester, M4 6AY

T: (0161) 2365444


Manchester Ticket Outlets: Eastern Bloc Records (Oldham Street) & Piccadilly Records (Oldham Street).

NUS Ticket Outlets: Gaffs (Fallowfield) & Revolution (Fallowfield)


Tickets available online through Ticketline and Skiddle

Buy online here: http://www.skiddle.com/events/11238321


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Infoline: 0787 9843224

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i have tix for sale minus booking fee for this event, get in touch with me for more info!


here's the flyers



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ello all. just to let you know that tickets for sequence next week at sankeys have started to fly out... you can still get them from the manchester outlets, or online at ticketline and skiddle here www.skiddle.com/events/11238321


i have some for sale minus booking fee, if anyone wants one give me a shout here...


well excited about it, hope some of you can make it down and help us make it a very special night... :-)

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Even though I'll be at Glade, I'm really gutted I can't make it to this - would have liked to have been there for your first Sankeys night


I shall be back in August ;)

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Even though I'll be at Glade, I'm really gutted I can't make it to this - would have liked to have been there for your first Sankeys night


I shall be back in August ;)


have fun at glade vicki - come back in one piece.


it's an absolute belter in august too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! bank holiday friday...

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elllllo all. 2 days and counting till our massive launch party at sankeys!


tickets have started to fly out now and we expect it to be a busy night, so to save queueing (and to get in a bit cheaper) you can still get them from the outlets and online here at skiddle:




for anyone wanting to just turn up on the night, as always with sankeys, you'll be able to get them on the door!


here's the set times: -


room one: -

computer controlled: 22.30 - 23.30

billy nasty: 23.30 - 01.00

luke slater: 01.00 - 02.30

dj godfather: 02.30 - 04.00

jay knight: 04.00 - 05.00


room two: -

tim hamblin: 23.00 - 00.00

radioactive man: 00.00 - 01.30

altern 8: 01.30 - 03.00

mike williamson: 03.00 - 04.00


anyone has any questions drop me a mail at computercontrolled@btinternet.com, or give me a shout on 0787 9843224.

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