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Volume Presents Luke Solomon With Support

Volume Presents Luke Solomon With Support: Roger Perry And John Saunders

Volume presents another night of classic House music. Our guest for the evening is the freak himself, Luke Solomon. Luke is one of the most prolific producers of our time with a musical bio as big as a house.

In conjunction with Derrick Carter, Luke established Classic Records - the defining House label of the moment. Luke also runs his own label, Music for Freaks.

Luke is a resident at the legendary "Space" night in the U.K., alongside DJ Kenny Hawkes.

Describing his sound as "twisted classic House", Luke drops fat and fresh sounds to tear up any dancefloor as can be heard on his fantastic mix CD "In Motion".

So join us for this classic House party and experience the rhythmic best from House music's No. 1 freak....


Saturday 26 May 2001 @ Studionine

Tickets available from Chelsea and Flipside

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