Get your red pen out - here’s the best club nights out for March 2015.
Fri 6th March
Lezure Presents Jeremy Underground Paris
The Mash House, Edinburgh
This one’s for the connoisseurs. Jeremy Underground Paris brings his unrivalled house knowledge to the second instalment of Edinburgh’s Lezure this Friday. If it’s New York and New Jersey house you’re after, nobody serves it up quite like Jeremy. Three hours of vinyl bliss.
Sat 14th March
Music Nation Presents: 21 Years Of House & Garage
Building 6, London
Garage (that’s pronounced gar-ijj) celebrates its 21st birthday in South London this weekend as a who’s who of the genre descend upon the 02. DJ EZ, currently enjoying a huge resurgence, headlines alongside Preditah, Marcus Nasty, Jason Kaye, Luck & Neat and plenty of others representing the past and present of garage.
Saturday 21st March
March 21st - Delete w/ Paranoid London & Boogie Cartel
The Vaults, Cardiff
A Cardiff clubbing institution returns this Saturday, taking things down to the vaults of an old bank building for a two room showstopper. The main room sees techno dons Paranoid London taking control, while hyped crew Boogie Cartel handle the second all night long.
Saturday 28th March
Dimitri From Paris, Chez Damier & Horse Meat Disco
Ministry of Sound
Three titans of house & disco join forces at Ministry this weekend. Dimitri and Horse Meat are well known for their endless digging into the club music of the 70s and 80s to unearth forgotten gems, and with the addition of Chicago veteran Chez Damier, there’s no reason not to be there. Trust us, your feet will not leave the dancefloor.
Saturday 28th March
Heidi Presents The Jackathon
The undoubted Queen of Jack brings her regular house and techno workout to Manchester’s Albert Hall. Expect body jerking, foot working beats from Tiga, Richy Ahmed, Tom Trago and of course Heidi herself.
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