Forward thinking Leeds-based party Equaliser returns on Saturday 25th November, again advancing the talents of some of the city’s finest selectors with their anti-patriarchy approach to dance music. Once again offering a DJ workshop for female, non-binary and transgender people prior to the event, the party crew will this time light up Moorside Social Club in Woodhouse for the DIY dance, with Brotherhood resident Luce playing alongside fellow Equaliser crew Zoya and Carlos.
The first Equaliser event proved a wonderful affair at Wharf Chambers last month, with guest DJ Donna Leake of Brilliant Corners joining founder Ranyue and Nice To Be’s Mariiin on the lineup, the trio dealing out delicious disco, funk, soul and jazz to one of the friendly audiences you’ll find. This time round, a more pumping set of tunes are on the menu, with the three Brudenell Groove favourites dealing in everything from disco through to mind-melting techno, the kind that made Luce’s set after Tama Sumo and Lakuti last month one of the most memorable that Wire has seen this year. Supported by a classy home built sound system that is by now a staple ingredient in most of Leeds’ top DIY parties, the Equaliser gang will be looking to shake things up once again with their open music policy and inclusivity-focused “party for everyone”.
Photo courtesy of Meg Firth
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