Friday the 29th of January will see Deep Fever throwing their last knees up in Leeds after a whirlwind few years as one of the most exciting parties in the city.
Having grown up from their early parties at The Musiquarium to their recent shindigs at Wire, Deep Fever is a prime example of hard working party people striving to offer good music in intimate surroundings. Over the few years Deep Fever has been in action they have brought a number of great guests to the table, with DJ October, Jack Wickham and Youandewan being some of the highlights. Local talent has always been something Deep Fever has had a keen interest in, with quality selectors such as Annie Errez and Hamish Cole also headlining to the delight of local music lovers.
For this final dance floor gathering, Deep Fever will be welcoming Move D for a party at a venue the brand have used on a few occasions, the mighty Mint Club. Move D is known for his versatile performances, with his sets encompassing everything from disco, to house and techno, the three musical pillars of Deep Fever’s parties. Tief Music staple and Deep Fever favourite Hesseltime will also be playing as well as the residents who have sound tracked the parties since the very beginning in Will Eastlake, Gessture_ and TMS.
Words by Josh Plews
Photos courtesy of Move D