06-05-2011 Forward pres. Global Trance UK Album Launch Party


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Stinky's Peephouse presents...

Forward pres. Global Trance UK Album Launch Party
Friday 6th May 2011
Stinkys peephouse



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Ronski Speed - www.ronskispeed.com

Ronski Speed (euphonic records germany) is with a doubt one of the most in demand producer/djs worldwide. His numerous killer productions like 'The Space We Are', 'Incognition' & 'Soulseeker' with Stoneface & Terminal, 'E.O.S. vs. Satellite' with Above & Beyonds project Oceanlab, 'Asarja', 'All The Way', 'The Deep Devine', 'The Perspective Space', 'Are You?', 'Denva' and 'A Sign' as well his remixes for the biggest names in the scene like Armin van Buuren, Andy Moor, Above & Beyond, ATB, Aly & Fila, Markus Schulz, Kyau & Albert, Mirco de Govia, Mike Shiver and Lange were all huge dance floor smasher.

As a DJ Ronski Speed has played for some of the biggest clubs & brands around the globe in more than 70 countries world wide - Since 2003 he is continuously listed in the DJ Mag Top 100.

Sly One vs Jurrane - Sly One vs Jurrane

Sly One (aka Graham Crockford) and Jurrane (Jim Voute) are a progressive and trance DJ and producers who are best known for their collaborative production work under the name Sly One vs Jurrane. The Sly One vs Jurrane production team is one of the trance scene’s strongest production duos with original tracks and remixes released by Discover Records, Discover Dark, Conspiracy Recordings, Emalodic Recordings, Perceptive Recordings, Propulsion Records, and has been featured on BBC Radio One (UK), Kiss FM (UK), Ministry Of Sound Radio, and other radio stations worldwide. Sly One vs Jurrane productions also regularly occupy the top-selling spots in charts compiled by music retailers such as Beatport, AudioJelly and TrackItDown, and has seen sustained support from all the biggest names in the trance world, including Armin van Buuren, Paul Van Dyk, Above & Beyond, Ferry Corsten, Ali & Fila, John O’Callaghan, John “00″ Fleming, Eddie Halliwell, John Askew, Judge Jules to name but a few.

Since their debut track, Timebomb, which brought them to the world’s attention in 2007, these guys are set to unleash their fury of trance bombs come Friday 6th May with their anticipated album launch - Global Trance UK (pre order NOW at Recoverworld Label Group)

David Forbes - http://www.davidforbes.com/

David Forbes is not just a DJ but one of the UK’s most versatile music producers, with constant support from the worlds A list DJs, Armin, Tiesto, Paul van Dyk, all regularly supporting David’s music, that speaks for itself.

Whether it’s producing house music for the likes of Eric Morrilo’s Subliminal Records, Trance / Techno for Armin’s Armada Music, Paul van Dyk’s Vandit Records, Reset, Detox, Silicon Recordings, Full Tiltin, Extravaganza , Universal Records, Dosordie, Five Am, Anjunabeats, Fenology, the legendary Noom records, Monster Tunes, Limbo Records, Whoop, Kingdomekomekuts, there’s really no boundaries to David’s production talents, the list goes on & on. With well over 100 releases under his belt, 3 Top 40 UK singles, one with “Questions Must Be Asked” on Serious Records and the others with the Million selling Dance Act Public Domain.

From his Apprenticeship in the early rave days David has become a household name in the Dance music Fraternity.

By the time he was 22 David had established himself as an international dj through his productions in the early 90′s on the massive Combined Forces label in Holland, this success led him to have regular slots at the enormous combined forces parties in the Hague for 20,000 people. Toured around the globe played in some of the worlds top clubs and events in countries such as, Holland, Switzerland, France, Ibiza, Austria, Ministry of Sound (UK), Ministry of Sound (Singapore) Homelands, Inside Out (Scotland), Coloursfest (Scotland), 9 interstate tours of Australia since 2000, headlining the Utopia Event in the Sydney superdome for 20,000. Tours in Sao Paulo (Brazil), playing the main stage at one of the UK’s most respected Rock Festivals the Reading & Leeds festival.

There ain’t a dj that hasn’t had one of Davids tracks in his record case at one stage over the last 15 years. The only Scottish DJ to feature on Tiesto’s first DVD compilation with his epic trance anthem “Answers”.

David released his most popular track to date with his summer smash Questions must be asked on Serious Records / Universal / Vandit, it was championed by judge jules for 8wks running on his radio 1 show and was getting plays from every top international dj in the world,if this wasnt enough at the same time he was part of public Domain who had the million selling single Operation Blade.

Adam Sheridan - http://www.adam-sheridan.com/

After first gracing the Decks in Manchester over 10 years ago Adam Sheridan has come a long way. Climbing up through the hard house and trance ranks, Adam can now be found performing his unique Ableton live performances right across the globe. From L.A. To Ibiza, Bangkok to Melbourne and beyond, Adam is rocking the crowds on a global scale.

Spinning his unique style of house, techno and progressive house merged into one mind blowing performance that is leaving crowds and promoters in awe and gasping for more, Adam is regularly playing alongside some of the biggest DJs in the world and to being asked back time and time again. With closing sets for Tiesto at Privilige in Ibiza, main room sets alongside Paul Van Dyk at the mighty Cream Amnesia (where he's been made resident for the 5th year running!) and requests to play at Carl Cox’s Intec parties across the world, Adam is definitely one to watch!

And it’s not just Adam's DJ performances that have attracted so much attention. His own productions have gained support from some of the biggest artists in the world. Few producers can say that their releases have been supported by artists as diverse as Tiesto, Carl Cox, Dubfire, Laurent Garnier, Paul Van Dyk and Adam Beyer to name but a few, but this fact only goes to show the wide-ranging appeal of Adam's sound and the variety of audiences he is reaching.

Never one to stay still, immediately following the release of his debut artist album out last summer - “Timezone” - a simple yet effective idea featuring a series of six unique tracks inspired by different continents around the globe that have influenced Adam’s sound over the past ten years - Adam has launched a brand new label, Audiojunkie, which is quickly gaining support from some of the biggest names in the industry. With a fistful of new tracks and high-profile remixes lined up for the next 12 months and a label promoting some of the brightest new talent in clubland, things are looking good for Adam Sheridan and his fellow Audiojunkies...

Plus Support from

ArKane - World Exclusive
Darzh Liebek - Darzh Liebek - we love electronic music


Room 2 - Adam Sheridan pres. Audio Junkie with
Morris Chestnut
Samuel Lamont

Opening times..
Doors - 10pm - 6am
Dress - casual

Pre-Order Global Trance UK here : Global Trance UK (Compiled & Mixed by Sly One vs Jurrane), Recoverworld:store

Track list:

01 Dave Horne - Future Forward (Intro Mix)
02 Liquid Vision - At Long Last (Original Mix)
03 Matt Hardwick Feat. Senadee - In My Mind (Sly One vs Jurrane's Global Rework)
04 Karl G - Shift (Original Mix)
05 Sly One vs Jurrane - Open Roads (Original Mix)
06 Chris Hampshire & Thomas Datt Feat. Senadee - Speed Of Light (Steve Brian Instrumental Mix)
07 André van Reese & Kane Nelson pres. ArKane - Bang! (Original Mix)
08 Activa - Telic (Part One)
09 Katy Rutkovski - Polar Lights (Prajex Remix)
10 Michael Dow - 1UP (Original Mix)
11 The Nexus 3 - State Of Wonder (Original Mix)
12 Andrew Candid - Retrospect (Original Mix)
13 Sly One vs Jurrane - Everything To Me (Giuseppe Ottaviani Remix)
14 Aled Mann - When I'm With You (Original Mix)
15 Simon Bostock - Overload (Original Mix)
16 James Rae - Back Again (Sly One vs Jurrane's Global Remix)
17 Nick Callaghan & Will Atkinson - Let Go (Sly One vs Jurrane's Global Rework)
18 John Askew - The Witch (Peetu S Witch Hunt Remix)
19 Alex Wright - Here For Good (Outro Edit)
The Forward Radio Show airs tomorrow exclusively on afterhours.fm from 1pm BST. Tune in for a little taster of what to expect down at a Forward event!

There's still chance to grab a £7 EARLY BIRD ticket - click here to get one! Forward pres. Global Trance UK Album Launch Party Tickets | Stinkys Peephouse Leeds | Lineups

We're giving you chance to put your questions to Sly One & Jurrane ahead of their album launch party on May 6. Head over to our facebook page HERE and leave your questions! We will put as many questions as we can to them and post the interview up.

Why not follow us on Twitter - HERE

There's still chance to grab your £10 advance tickets HERE

And finally, if you haven't already, the Global Trance UK Album can be pre-ordered from HERE
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Ahead of their album launch party this Friday, Sly One & Jurrane take a few minutes to chat to Forward...

Forward) Hello chaps, all set for Friday?

Jurrane: To say we're excited is an understatement! We've heard great things about Forward and can't wait for our set on Friday.

Sly One: Raring to go! I was a muppet and left my main CD case on a train though this week. I'm spending every spare minute burning new copies of everything!

Forward) Global Trance UK is the second instalment of Recover Worlds 'Global' series - how do you think UK Trance compares to Trance from other countries?

Sly One: Dance music in the UK has always been rooted firmly on the dancefloors, and apart from around the late 90s and 2000, has never really been mainstream as music to hear when not clubbing. As a result, the producers who cut their teeth on the UK club scene generally target the club sound first and foremost. They also seem to more often be DJs first and producers second. All this, I reckon, makes the UK sound as pumping and driving as it is.

Jurrane: For me, it's the sheer diversity. I guess one of the things the album confirms is there's an incredibly talented and vibrant pool of production talent in the UK and it's growing all the time. We were thrilled by the huge variety of styles we were sent for the compilation, particularly by unsigned producers, and we really hope that diversity has come through in the Global Trance UK album.

Forward) Your Machine Intelligence Podcast is ever growing, do you think podcasts provide a vital part in raising your profile as producers?

Jurrane: I think they play a very important part. Like it or not, the way people listen to dance music is changing: more and more people are getting into trance through radio and the Internet rather than going out and partying in clubs. Putting radio shows and podcasts together can be a real challenge: there are plenty of tracks which are great radio tracks that don't necessarily work well live, and vice-versa.

Sly One: It's an opportunity to share the music we love with people regularly without them needing to be tied to a radio schedule. It's satisfying and fun, but it also means that people all over the world who wouldn't otherwise get to see us can hear us and get involved. It's caused a huge growth in our fan base around the world, so it's a big deal for us.

Forward) A question from our Facebook poll - What tip would you give any up and coming DJ / Producer?

Sly One: Don't chase gadgets, plugins and software. Get a small selection of the right gear and learn it back-to-front. Play with the gear, don't try and make music all the time. Watch every Youtube vid, read every tutorial, read the manuals. Some top 10 DJs only ever use the Logic built-in synths.

Jurrane: That's great production advice so mine's aimed at DJs. Don't compromise your sound for anyone. Play the music that genuinely excites you: not what you think the market wants to hear. Be passionate about what you do and the rest will follow naturally.

Forward) What's next for Sly One & Jurrane? We've heard your new single 'Open Roads' - cracking tune!

Jurrane: Thank you! We're very happy with the way Open Roads has turned out as we wanted to make a real summer track. We've just finished 'Tayrona', the follow-up, and have a pretty full production diary for the rest of the year. Expect plenty more singles - and we're beginning to turn our thoughts to an artist album. Watch this space...

Forward) Another question from our Facebook poll - Dominos or Pizzahut?

Sly One: Dominos. Filthy but good.

Jurrane: I'm not a huge fan of either but if I have to choose one it'd be the Hut.

Forward) You're both residents for the legendary Planet Angel. We hear its about as underground as you get?! Tell us a little about it.

Sly One: Take some of the craziest days & nights you've had at an outdoor festival, put it in a club with incredible decor covering every surface, add a generous helping of old school rave atmosphere, face painting, lego, plasticine, playstation, random shows popping up (like live bands, beatboxers, dance shows and anything they can think of), the friendliest (and maddest dressed) people you'll ever meet, a garden & barbecue, three rooms spanning trance/tech/progressive, D&B/dubstep/breaks/electro, and deep/progressive house, and hugely talented performers and DJs. It's like nowhere else.

Jurrane: That's a pretty accurate description! A couple of things I'd add are that the production values at Planet Angel parties really are second to none, and the people who run them are some of the most dedicated and committed I've ever met. We've both been incredibly fortunate to play for Planet Angel for the best part of a decade, and the atmosphere and crowd are absolutely amazing. A lot of it stems from the fact that it's a real word-of-mouth organisation: run by friends, for friends, but with huge crowds at every single event.

Forward) And one more question from our Facebook poll - Favourite sporting team(s)?

Sly One: Only my home town, Bournemouth, who are in the playoffs right now! Otherwise I'm all about tennis & cricket.

Jurrane: I'm a (not so) happy Hammer. We've got a real job on our hands to avoid playing Championship football next season.

Forward) Favourite track to get a crowd going?

Sly One: Right now? Probably Kyau & Albert - Be There 4 U (Mat Zo Remix) or Bryan Kearney & Snatam Kaur - Ong Namo (Neptune Project's In Search of the Mayans Remix).

Jurrane: It depends on the crowd but my tune of the year so far is the superb Callum B remix of Scott G vs Imprintz & Kloe - Return Of The King. It's not strictly trance but it's been sending crowds wild.

Thanks for taking time to chat with us lads! See you on Friday!

Check out the vidcast from our April Event, with Matt Hardwick….

YouTube - Forward April 1st 2011
Global Trance UK album winners - Have you won a copy!

Here are the 10 winners who have each won a copy of the album.

Aidan Padden
Barry Figiel
Steven Burke
Kaz Wilko
Alex Buck
Russell Burrows
Abby Horton
Greg Blaquiere
Stephen Keighley
Sue Bickerdike

Winners can collect their album on the night with their ticket reference number upon entry.


We've also had some bonus winners!!

Ian White
Marc Stridgen
Damien Jones
Kiz Everard
Andrew Dunford
Jonathan Dodd
Kane Davies
Phil Appleby

You too can also pick up your copy upon entry with your ticket reference number.
All names were randomly selected


Stinky's Peephouse presents

Forward - Global Trance UK Album Launch Party
Friday 6th May 2011
Stinkys peephouse



Web : Forward pres. Global Trance UK Album Launch Party Tickets | Stinkys Peephouse Leeds | Lineups
Venue : 0113 243 8003
Skiddle : 0844 884 2920


Set Times

Darzh Liebek : 10pm - 11pm
Adam Sheridan : 11pm - 12am
David Forbes : 12am - 1:30am
Ronski Speed : 1:30am - 3am
Sly One v's Jurrane : 3am - 5am
ArKane : 5am - 6am