FRIDAY 13TH MARCH 2009
£15 NUS & Members // £15 Advance // £20 on the door // £6 after 3am
(3 Hour Set / Album Launch Party)
Jerome Isma-Ae (UK Debut)
Hosted by Mass Recordings
My Digital Enemy
Hosted by Filthy Dirty presents Electro BodGrant Nalder
Kids Of Funk
Mike Younger B2B Rob Rowe
Ross Williams B2B Ken Rhodes
Brad James B2B Adam Asenjo
Hosted by Funkin London
The Gallery’s second outing of the month on Friday 13th March is a biggie that’s for sure; Ferry Corsten is back to launch his brand new album alongside Gallery debutant Jerome Isma-Ae, Dutch tech trancer Bart Claessen as well as Gallery resident Gavyn Mytchel. The Bar sees Mass Recordings return along with My Digital Enemy headlining.
March continues apace with the return of the Dutch superstar that is Ferry Corsten for a very special 3 hour, album launching turn behind the wheels of steel. Launching his album “Twice in Blue Moon” one of trances finest producers returns to his melodic best with a bevy of massive main room anthems including the likes of ‘Gabriella Sky’, ‘Feel you’ and ‘Brain Box’. Ferry’s last visit to our shores in November 08 was one of the highlights of The Gallery in recent time, always one to deliver his DJ sets are nothing short of epic and roof raising in all the right proportions. Ferry continues to be one of those DJs that superlatives are in short supply for. An ever expanding and genre pushing production style and sound has seen Ferry supply anthem after anthem down the years consistently redefining and leading the trance sound whether it be through classics such as ‘Out of the Blue’ or tech fused trance bombs such as ‘Rock Ur Body Rock’.
Joining Ferry for this very special album launch party is a Gallery debut for a rising production star Jerome Isma–Ae. Having shot to our undivided attention last year with release after release and remix after remix, it was high time we put our money where our mouth is and got the chap over to get behind the ones and twos in the amazing Ministry of Sound main room. It’s a UK debut too, and with a proven pedigree of hand-picking some of the best on the planet – Timo Maas, Sander van Doorn, Markus Schulz etc etc... we urge you to keep an eye on Jermone! Bart Claessen makes the short trip from Holland to join up with mentor Ferry to take the night up a notch with his excellent tech trance sound. Producer of recent anthems such as ‘First Light’ as well as his latest remix of Riva – ‘Stringer’ Bart has proved a big hit on past visits and we are sure this is to be no different. Gavyn Mytchel gets it all fired up early doors with his perfect warm up sound.
The Bar welcomes a return for not only Mass Recordings and their regular takeover of the Bar but also for headliners My Digital Enemy who rocked it big time on their debut in January this year. Combining decks, efx, laptops, midi controllers and keyboards to devastating effect they will be doing it all over again this week alongside Mass Recordings main man Kieron Brindley and rising talent Jordan Peak, Francis Renato, Gordy B and Sam Bylett. The Baby Box welcomes Filthy Dirty whilst the Loft sees Funkin London return.
Ministry of Sound, 103 Gaunt Street, London, SE16DP
Capacity: 1,500 // Tube: Elephant & Castle
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