The Move have announced the lineup for Stoke’s biggest ever warehouse party, with Derrick Carter, Solardo and Steve Lawler stepping up to the decks. With a stellar cast in keeping with the size of the vast China Hall space that will host the party, the event will change the face of dance music in Stoke when it gets underway on Saturday 2nd December.
Derrick Carter is among the best known innovators of house music, and is regarded as one of the finest dance musicians that Chicago has produced. Working extensively throughout the 1990s, he built a reputation for himself as an immaculate producer and a DJ with bags of talent, churning out house thumper after house thumper whether operating the turntables or making his own music. A veteran of the scene, he nonetheless manages to get stay ahead of the game at all times, and The Move will be absolutely delighted that they’ve managed to secure his services.
From house legends to the most current artist on the block; Solardo have been tearing it up over the last few years as they rose to become one of the most sought after names in UK dance music. Pairing monster rhythms with a naughtiness that will get even the trickiest dancefloor breaking a sweat, Solardo have taken tech-house and shaken it up to make it party music for the masses, riding a wave of their own creation to get bookings all over Europe. From Manchester to Ibiza, the pair have made themselves a house music phenomenon.
Longer in the game and another UK big-hitter, Steve Lawler has been working crowds for years with his punchy house, and completes a trio of headliners that would have most promoters jumping for joy. Regarded as king of the terrace at Space and known for his hugely successful VIVa Warriors brand, Lawler is one of the finest house DJs around, having mastered the art over decades in the job. A master of techno, house and electronica, he has held residencies at the likes of Cream, Space and The End among other world-renowned dance institutions.
The massive trio will also enjoy the support of Manu Gonzalez, Pete Bromley and Matt Erst, on what could well be a night that goes down in Stoke folklore.
Photos courtesy of Elite Music Management
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