Majefa Underground Trance Special
Majefa Underground Trance Special
Following the sold out Trance classics in August, Majefa brings you the first in a series of basement parties to be hosted in the newly refurbished basement of our host venue Sound Control in Manchester on Saturday 14th December. This brand new concept will focus on bringing the true sound of the underground Trance scene to the city of Manchester, with line ups consisting of some of the true pioneers of the international Trance circuit and artists that are currently representing the undercurrent of the underground Trance sound.
For the first installment we begin with a bang with one of the most prolific artist the Trance scene has ever seen, the legendary Gatecrasher resident Scott Bond! Having travelled the world representing the worlds most iconic dance music brand for well over a decade, Scott Bond will be playing an exclusive set covering a mixture of underground classics and Mr Bond's Re:Booted sound. For any Trance fan this is truly unmissable.
The next headline act we are very excited about welcoming to the Majefa decks. Making his debut performance is Ben Lost! Many of you may know Ben Lost from such hits such as 'Jump the Next Train', 'Digital Reason', 'Another Sunday' and 'Needs to Feel' and also his Federation moniker which he is signed to Paul Oakenfold's Perfecto Fluoro label with. Ben will be showcasing the darker side for this Majefa underground special. Be prepared this is going to special!
Our next act needs little introduction. It is current man of the moment Akira Kayosa! 2013 has been a busy year for Akira Kayosa with a compilation out on Blackhole recordings, a gig roster that has taken him all over Europe, tracks out on Subculture, Titan Audio, Perceptive, Mondo, In Trance We trust and also featuring on John O'callaghan's Subculture compilation, Max Graham Cycles 4 and Aly & Fila's FSOE vol 2 compilations, big things are afoot for Akira Kayosa!
We are very pleased to welcome back one of Majefa's favourite ever guest DJ's, Freesoup! After a small hiatus from the Trance scene, the ever talented Soup is back in the saddle and has stormed his way back with his new track 'Volver'! Follow the link below to check it out.
Last but by very no means least is Matt Lickess, resident for one of the UK's biggest psy-trance brands Illuminaughty. Matt will be providing the more progressive, psy tinged sound to the night to complete the full spectrum of Trance that is too be showcased on what is set to be another storming Majefa!
Majefa Basement Special
Saturday 14th December
1 New Wakefield Street, M1 5NP
21:00 – 04:00
Early, Early Bird: £9
Early Bird: £11
Manchester Airport is a 20 minute car journey from the venue, there is also a direct train that runs from the airport to Manchester city centre. For any help or information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Soundcontrol is situated opposite the railway arches of Oxford Road Train Station. When exiting the train station, walk down the hill towards the steps adjacent to The Sailsbury / The Attic. Walk under the railway arch and you will find Soundcontrol directly in front of you. It is sandwiched in-between Revolution (Oxford Road) and Font Bar.
For those travelling to Manchester Piccadilly, you can hop on a quick 3 minute train from platform 14 to Oxford Road. They are fairly regular, and it drops you off at the above station.
For those of you with sat nav, the venues address is 1 New Wakefield Street, Manchester, M1 5NP. There is a secure, NCP multi storey car park, situated just up the road near the Sainsbury's opposite our old venue The Music Box.
Places to stay:
The Ibis on Princess Street is usually the cheapest, around £40 per night it is basic, but situated near to a wetherspoons and a 24 hour Mcdonalds. Just further up the road are The Britannia and The Ramada, the are between £45 / £60 per night. There is also the Holiday Inn Express which is situated next door to the pre-party for those that want to be able to step out / in of the hotel straight into the action!
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