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Saturday 2nd July. Secret Salford Location. Underground party. House music, techno music, disco music, bass. That Amazing Thing! Late at night, hidden in plain sight. It's what we do - but only once or twice each year - this will be special.

From 8pm we have a warm up at our quirky back street venue, no invite necessary for that bit, though space will be cosy, with Amazing! DJs squeezed into a side room! There's also a nice outdoor area, there's a bar. Then we switch to the main event, 11 till late, a micro rave in the inner sanctum. Be there at 11 on the dot, with your invite or the password from below, to gain entry. First come, first served & when it's full it's full. We're very excited about this space, it's different, this party will be brilliant. We have a tip top soundsystem lined up (in fact it's a job calming the more audio crazy members of the Amazing! crew from putting in something OTT for the space) & we are expecting our keenest crew, hungry for their oh-so-rare fix of That Amazing Thing!

Physical invites are available from The Gherkin (Levenshulme) or Piccadilly Records or you can also get a password to use to gain entry to the party by answering this simple (if you know your Manchester underground eggs) question:

What kind of bird was ill at the notorious Pomona raves?

If you're new to our manor, ask around a little & the right (wrong?) kind of people should be able to tell you ;-)

Keep an eye on the Facebook event for the party for updates & BUZZ.

July 2nd poster - axe lady

What next? Summer time sessions at our return to We Out Here. Some words we wrote after returning from the fest in 2021 on just what good thing it is:
"We Out Here festival. Incredible to be back in a crowd, in beautiful surroundings, listening & dancing to music. And WHAT MUSIC. They should be proud too, best festival we've been to for years (not just the Covid ones)."
We're very thankful that we were part of it & excited to be asked back. Here's a video of the beauty that was the festival last time, take a look & book your tickets for August (bank holiday weekend) while they're still there!

THE CASTLE IS BACK! We've got our chaotic country pile confirmed for Friday 28th October - places will be more limited than usual, so fingers at the ready, tickets go on sale on Eventbrite on Monday 1st August at 8pm. This year we're co-piloting the carnage with those young vibrant beasts Amateur Hour.

Then, after an absolute belter kicking off 2022, we return to The Gherkin in Lev for NYE. Expect a 12 hour party, running from relaxed house vibes to deep & dark.

Music from our mates:
A lot of words on our upcoming events, so let's go light here. Apart from to note that not only do we have loads of mates, we have loads that make music. So if we pick 2 or 3 things to share here they'll be worth a spin.
Music from us:

Check Mixcloud for more

Waffle from us:
We're just getting used to our new “all on one page” website. Must mean it's time to screw that principle up. We want to post various little additional “articles”. Bloggy an'that like. The first is this from last summer, our best record of the parties we've done & DJs who played over 20 years. Others to come may be various musings posted to our Facebook group: we understand not everyone wants to participate in the services of what appears to be a sociopath android, so we'll keep a selection of what some have described as “waffles” accessible here.
We also have “
Videos of us
”. Such narcissism. Seriously, we were privileged to have the livestream for our 20th birthday party & as a fundraiser for Whalley Range's wonderful Carlton Club filmed by the also wonderful Imagine Arts. Check out better looking members of the crew on Imagine's YouTube channel