who's going to see ICEY/AK1200/KIMBALL COLLINS

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Introducing the newest SUPER CLUB in the BEYOND and LIQUIFIED tradition and TRULY N. Carolina's finest club...a massive venue with a true integrated JBL Concert Series Sound System, lasers, intelligent lighting, dance floor level DJ booth, dance platforms, video screens, HUGE Outdoor Patio, and an FRESH AIR system that replaces 50% of the air in the club with fresh air from the outside, and a non-smoking lounge....

LIQUIFIED brings you a talent packed club night beyond all others. These three artists were the foundation of the electronic dance music revolution in Orlando in the early 1990’s, and now more than a decade later, they continue to be leaders in the breakbeat, drum & bass, and progressive house EDM genres.


DJ Icey, America's foremost breaks DJ/producer, releases For the Love of the Beat – a new mix compilation hitting streets late April – on Zone Records / System Recordings. The 72-minute DJ mix features exclusive Icey productions, remixes and re-edits, “The album is similar to my live sets where ninety percent of what I spin is exclusive material. I wanted everything on this mix to be tunes I've produced, remixed, or re-edited,” Icey says. Visually, the packaging is a throwback to the halcyon days of the 1960s, complete with liner notes and hand-drawn type. “ I wanted to capture the look and feel of the records that I find all of the time when I am digging through the crates at Thrift Stores, you always seem to find that one Herb Albert and Tijuana Brass album which directly influenced the artwork.


Coming off his stellar debut studio album, "Shoottokill", AK1200 is back with his signature sound on his first mix CD in 2 years, featuring the best in the D+B scene today. AK1200 is unquestionably one of the United States' top drum and bass DJs. His stellar mix CDs on the Moonshine label, incessant touring, as well as remixes of critically acclaimed acts including Crystal Method, A Tribe Called Quest and Dub Pistols have all helped build AK1200 into one of the U.S.'s premier electronic artists. Pioneering the US drum and bass scene alongside his Planet of the Drums cohorts, AK1200's talents have been used in remixing the likes of the artists listed previously, as well as Rabbit in the Moon, Keoki, Cirrus and Freestyle. Ak's previous mix CD's have been hailed as genius in the D+B world and "AT CLOSE RANGE" is no different with the signature AK1200 style and mixture of guests to give it the uniqueness expected from and AK1200 album.


Kimball Collins is one of America's most respected and renowned Progressive House/Trance DJ's. Over the past 16 years, Kimball transcended from Florida's local hero as resident of cornerstone venue, AHZZ, in Orlando, to revered world-class artist, jet setting throughout Europe, Asia and the United States in the elusive arena of top American DJ talent. As one of the initial global dance ambassadors, Kimball was one of the first American DJ's to play at the prestigious Ministry of Sound and Renaissance in the United Kingdom. In the grand tradition of a master artist, Kimball evolved in 2004, and he has taken his style to a new level of Progressive Breaks and House. His graceful move into another genre, and ever expanding repertoire will certainly cement his place in history as one of the more dynamic DJs to ever grace the decks. Fortunately, Kimball is an artist that understands growth is essential and he welcomes this change in the music. Kimball Collins... a 'do not to miss' performance this year.

IN THE L'OUNGE: The return of one of NC's most sucessful and most loved house nights. The CHOICE VINYL crew aka J.Cooper, Michael C., John Howerton and Cory Allison, will be re-creating Greensboro's SOFA BAR experience in the L'ounge. You can also hear them every Saturday at Solaris in Greensboro. FOR FREE, so bring your lazy ass out. >>http://spins.us/forum/viewtopic.php?t=27693

THE SPINS.US PATIO- featuring a selection of the southeast’s finest talent. Go to: http://spins.us/forum/viewtopic.php?t=27555 and let us know who YOU like!

Shyguy- Rinse and Repeat Junebugg- Pressure Box/218 Crew/Local Motive Linz- Roc-it/Infectious Ent. Roy G. Biv- M.A.K. Music/Kinetic Funk

PLUS: The worldwide debut of NC’s hottest new house diva: Lil’ Saint Dee

$20 in advance www.groovetickets.com http://www.groovetickets.com/ordersystem/Groove/eventviewqb.asp?AffilID=93&EventsID=12649&PGname=Liquified

$25 day of/at the door 9:00pm until 4:00am Headliners begin at 10:30

VELOCITY 935 South Summit Av. Charlotte, NC 28208 704.333.0060 LOOK FOR THE SKY TRACKER FROM 10pm to 1am Directions: coming from the north (traveling south)

I-85 south to I-77 south Take exit 10A - Morehead Street Take a right onto Morehead Street. Take the next left onto South Summit Ave. Velocity is the last building on the left.

I-77 south take exit 10A (Morehead Street). Take a right onto Morehead Street. Take the next left onto South Summit Ave. Velocity is the last building on the left

Coming from the south (traveling north)

I-77 North take exit 9C (John Belk Freeway/Wilkinson Blvd) After 0.5 mi, take Exit 1A to Freedom Drive Take the first right onto Bryant Street Take the next right onto South Summit Ave Velocity is the last building on the left.

I-85 north take Exit 34 (Tuckaseegee Rd, toward Downtown) then turn Slight Right to Freedom Dr After 2.5 mi, turn left on West Morehead St After 0.2 mi, turn right on South Summit Ave Velocity is the last building on the left.

OR for door-to-door directions:

www.mapquest.com from your address to: 935 South Summit Avenue. Charlotte, NC 28208

WWW.LIQUIFIED.com for info, forums, dj lists, music and more


December 9th- DJ TIESTO- World's Number 1 DJ an unmatched 3 years in a row- Tickets on sale now at www.groovetickets.com

January 21st- BOY GEORGE- The 80's icon in his FIRST Southeast U.S. DJ appearance- Full info and tickets on sale soon....

-- Anonymous, November 01, 2004

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