3/7 – The Sunday Social feat. A Certain Ratio, Danny Rampling and Many More… including Justin Robertson, Steve Mac, Transformer, Kenny Hawkes – UK

PartyNight of Mayhem

Sunday, March 7, 2010 at 5:00pm

Location: Concorde 2, Brighton

MUSIC LOVERS – ALL ARE WELCOME…

because we’re putting on a charity alldayer called The Sunday Social. It’s taking place on the 7th March at the Concorde 2 in Brighton featuring Danny Rampling, A Certain Ratio, Justin Robertson, Steve Mac, Transformer and many more. The Charity in question is The Children’s Burns Trust, a national charity dedicated to providing rehabilitation support for burned and scald injured children and their families as well as prevention and awareness campaigns for which there is little or no national funding.

The all dayer starts at 5pm til 1am and features two rooms of live funk, house and electro. The full line up consists of…

A Certain Ratio (live)
Danny Rampling
Justin Robertson
Transformer (live)
Steve Mac (Rhythm Masters)
Kenny Hawkes (Rekids, MFF, 20:20 Vision)
Andy Mac (Skint Records)
Mr Pete Haywood (Wild fruit/Goloka)
Ash Huntington (3am)
Steve Ellis (Keep It Wheel)
Cruisey Control (Rave Cave)
Andy Singh (Lovebox)
Phil Speller (3am)

Compered by Boogaloo Stu

A Certain Ratio formed in 1978 and over the last 30 years their pioneering brand of punk-funk has had NYC looking to Manchester for pointers and turned out to have a huge influence on the likes of LCD Soundsystem, The Rapture, Franz Ferdinand – a whole generation of artists who like to move your feet as well as your mind. One of Factory Record’s most inspired signings, they went on to continually record albums that were ahead of their time and took years to be rediscovered and appreciated. The Soul Jazz label’s reissues in 2004 brought their work to a new audience and since then the band have been carefully selecting shows across the world to sell out crowds.

Danny Rampling made his name as a revolutionary dance music pioneer affectionally known as the Godfather of the British House Music Scene. His fame and notoriety originated from the late 80’s when he catalysed the dance/rave/acid house explosion with his legendary club Schoom. Who would have guessed how all pervasive his influence would prove in the years to follow. Now in the 21st year since of the summer of love Danny is back in the limelight again sharing his passion for music as we enter a year of special celebration and recollection of a vibrant and pivotal time in contempory culture.

The party has two rooms, the main room playing house music and the live acts with the bar DJs playing funk and eclectic selections. ALL profits go to the Children’s Burns Trust.

http://www.cbtrust.org.uk/

Sunday 7th March
5pm until 1am
£15
Concorde 2
Madeira Drive
Brighton
East Sussex

Ticket Outlets…

www.concorde2.co.uk
Concorde2 Box office 01273 673311

Rounder Records 01273 325440
Resident Music 01273 606312
Brighton Dome 01273 709709

www.seetickets.com
www.ticketweb.co.uk
www.gigantic.com

Artist info…

http://www.concorde2.co.uk/
http://www.myspace.com/acertainratio
http://www.dannyrampling.com/
http://www.myspace.com/djjustinrobertson
http://www.myspace.com/mrstevemac
http://www.myspace.com/kennyhawkes
http://www.myspace.com/transformertransformer

For further information call ash on 07584025270.

Please note: as this is for charity, there isn’t a guest list for this party. This party will sell out so please get your tickets early. If you are coming from outside of Brighton and need a hotel, please get in touch with Ash as we’ve sorted out a great deal with a top local hotel.

Please feel free to invite whoever you want to this party. We want to raise as much money as possible so the more the merrier.

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