Unabombers drop into the valley
Monday, 21 March 2011
Tickets are going fast as globe trotting superstar DJS The Unabombers play a rare Yorkshire date teaming up with the Into the Valley crew at the Trades Club on Saturday 2 April.
The Unabombers - aka Luke Cowdrey and Justin Crawford - made their name on the decks reinventing clubbing in Manchester at their legendary Electric Chair nights that ran for staggering 13 years treating a whole generation of clubbers to a trailblazing mix of house, disco, funk, hip-hop and soul.
As well as booking a who's who of the world's finest DJS to guest in the sweaty confines of the Electric Chair basement the duo have headlined the Hacienda, Back to Basics, Fabric along with festival sets at T in the Park, V and Creamfields.
The Unabombers now work round the globe playing to sell out crowds in Barcelona, Paris, Thailand, Australia and across the Atlantic.
Fans of their unique sound that didn't just create a great night out but actually advanced dance culture have make their four Basement Soul compilation/mix albums best sellers across the world.
More recently they have created their own music festival Electric Elephant on the coast of Croatia and sets from stars like Francois K and Andrew Weatherall are the highlights of numerous impromptu beach parties.
"Into the Valley have really hit the jackpot with this amazing booking as the Unabombers are without doubt a duo that utterly redefined dance music post Madchester at their packed Electric Chair events," says Trades Club Spokesperson Paul Clarke.
"I suspect there are lot of clubbers who migrated to Hebden Bridge from Manchester that will be coming along to relive their glory days with Luke and Justin."