According to the Mayan Calender the 21st of December will be the end of the world !
What better way to spend your final hours than partying with Tremor Soundsystem at the Lanes!
We have a MASSIVE line up for you all once again!
DUB PISTOLS (DJ SET)
DR MEAKER (DJ SET WITH LIVE VOCALS FROM LORNA KING)
HOSTED BY: TWITCHEE CORDZ
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Barry Ashworth the leader of the Dub Pistols, has spent the best part of a decade at the forefront of Beats culture. From their early singles for Concrete Records to their genre defying 'Six Million Ways To Live' long player, the Dub Pistols have always added a much needed Rock n Roll swagger to the UK's dance scene. Chewing up hip-hop, dub, techno, ska and punk and spitting them out in a renegade futuristic skank they have consistently defied categorisation and exceeded the highest of expectations.
Barry Ashworth is also known for his full-throttle peak-time DJ sets that have wowed crowds in every country and festival know to man. In the past 18 months Barry’s passport has been stamped in Australia, Singapore, Serbia, Dubai, Thailand, Germany, Croatia, Italy and 40 times over in France, and that is just a few countries that have played host to this international DJ.
Dr Meaker started their journey in 2007 as a Bristol-based sound system comprising of both electronics and instruments. The band soon built up a strong following, while their hyper-frenetic amen-and-dread-bass combo ‘Rubber Gloves’ gained the attention of Rob da Bank, who played the track on his BBC Radio 1 show.
Clive Meaker then successfully won funding from the BBC’s Urban Talent Bursary award scheme, which he used to fund the making of the bands debut album ‘A Lesson From The Speaker’. The band entered the Glastonbury Festival Unsigned Competition and were the outright winners of the Dance Music category. This gained them an interview with Huw Stevens, a nod from Zane Lowe on his show and a prime time slot in the Dance Village at Glastonbury Festival.
The biggest buzz for the band, who are keen fans of Glasto, was to have Michael Eavis give the band the accolade of being “fantastic”.
After winning the prized Glastonbury slot, a flurry of gigs and festivals followed as the band released their first single 'Moving And Grooving’. The debut album 'A Lesson From The Speaker' and the single ‘Bad Boy Calling’ followed, gaining radio plays on BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra, 6Music, XFM and Jazz FM.
Dr Meaker have released 3 singles since their album; ‘Double Bass’, ‘The Fix ft. Pyrelli’ and ‘Higher’ Ft. Redskin. They’ve remixed a track for William Orbit’s ‘Optical Illusions’ album, Mr Fogg’s ‘Moving Parts’ and The King Blues’ single 'Headbutt'.
They then the co-produced 'We are Fucking Angry' and 'Futures' for the the King Blues’ album 'Punk & Poetry', and remixed their single 'Set The World On Fire'.
Working in association with Tremor Sound, Noise Cube and represented by Savage Artist Management and after an epic computer meltdown HOWLA is back in the game, thoroughly abusing punters, promoters, hookers and lady boys throughout the land.
Howla has been making inroads into the Ghetto Funk scene over the past few months with some tremendous production fusing funk, swing and glitchiness! expect fun!!!
Tremor Soundsystem's "King Of Funk" and the musical genius behind "CAT FACE", this man will keep the dance floor moving with a awesome blend of all things funky.