Event Review: The Dirty Disco in Leeds December 05

Leeds is a city that rarely sleeps when it comes to underground dance music and this trend is unlikely to change any time soon thanks to the emergence of the latest in an almost never ending line of high quality club nights. The Dirty Disco formed more out of chance rather than design back in May of this year after an outstanding bank holiday opening party with the electric Jon Carter.

Following this success the promoters simply had no other option but to keep putting on vibrant parties. And this they did with a clever and contemporary booking policy that floated around the now very popular eclectic tech territory with top DJ's such as Billy Nasty, Justin Robertson and Mr C gracing the decks.

Suitably housed in the sparse framework of The Northern Light venue, situated within the darker shadows of the contrasting cityscape of one of the major clubbing cities of the North - The Dirty Disco is making serious vibrations within Leeds' electronic schedule. The Northern Light is a superb venue for warehouse operations, although I doubt it will appeal to fans of slick and comfortable bar surroundings. Luckily The Dirty Disco's agenda couldn't be further away from the smooth bar/club strategies that dominate cities around the UK.

Event Review: The Dirty Disco in Leeds December 05

January 6, 2006 at 2:27 PM CET

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