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B-Live And Electricity At Birmingham's Custard Factory
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Wednesday, 17 October 2007
Bacardi B-Live in association with Electricity are bringing a hot bed of contemporary music that will alight the clubbing masses of Birmingham this month. The Custard Factory, one of the Midlands’ legendary clubs will see Australian drum and bass legends Pendulum on the B-Live decks alongside some of the world’s hottest DJs for 10 hours of musical mish-mash break beat bliss.

Pendulum shot to fame in 2005 with one of the biggest selling Drum and Bass albums of all time ‘Hold Your Colour’. Pendulum’s unique sounding baselines and synthesized style led their remix of the generation defying ‘Voodoo People’ by Prodigy to peak at number 20 in the UK charts! Their huge beats and quirky remixes will tear up the dance floor and get the B-Live crowd pulsating to their unapologetic and raw drum and bass fresh fusion sounds.

Pendulum
Pendulum


DJ Yoda will be hitting the B-Live decks hard to bring his signature cartoon style to the clubbing masses of Birmingham. Collaborating the sounds of hip-hop, popular cultural and gaudy bad taste will leave the audience assured as to why he is considered the ultimate scratch master by industry insiders. His unique tape mixes led to Q magazine featuring him in their ‘10 DJs to see before you die’ list. Joining DJ Yoda with a crossover sound will be Simian Mobile Disco. Their indie and dance fusion allows the crowd to experience the dynamics of rock whilst mentally twisting to the propulsive groove and mental acid fury of techno, leaving Birmingham’s Digbeth rocking to a beat never heard before.

DJ Yoda
DJ Yoda


Adding to this superstar line up, is the DJ dream team the Scratch Perverts with their award winning turbo-charged turn-tablist skills. They have been a strong influence behind the UK Drum and Bass scene for the past 11 years, attracting a large following of dedicated worshippers in the trail of their residency at Fabric, achieving multiple DMC titles and are now set to take Custard Factory by storm with their creative passion for bass. All in all a B-Live break-fest to make Birmingham proud.

Scratch Perverts
Scratch Perverts


Bacardi B-Live is synonymous with outstanding dance parties, blending an exceptional mix of renowned international DJs, acclaimed percussionists and unique Bacardi Rum cocktails.


Simian Mobile Disco
Simian Mobile Disco


Bacardi B Live presents ELECTRICITY
Saturday 20th October 2007
The Lakeside Marquee: Bacardi B-Live Arena
(Outside in a luxury, heated Marquee)

DJ YODA  (LIVE / AV SET)
SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO (DJ SET)
THE SCRATCH PERVERTS (Tony Vegas, Prime Cuts & Plus One)
SWITCH (SOLID GROOVE)
THE BLACK GHOSTS (DJ SET) (DJ Touche & Simon Lord on Vocals)

The Warehouse: SPECTRUM
PENDULUM (DJ SET) & MC VERSE
EVIL NINE (Dex n FX)
TC EVOLUTION (LIVE) (Feat Distorted Minds, Jakes & Hannan Collins)
FABIO (RADIO ONE)
MEAT KATIE
BREAKFASTAZ
PETE JORDAN (Spectrum)
HEXADECIMAL

The Factory Club Space: Disorder
PAUL WOOLFORD
REBEKAH
ESTON
Disorder residents

The Kitchen: Bigger than Barry
SCOTT BLEEPZ
DUTTY WEBSLINGA
DEADCAT +1

Rooty Fruity: No No / Avant Garde / Dex in the City
NO NO (Ableton Live, Dex n FX)
MYKE SMITH
STEVE L & MATT LAWSON
AD JONES



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