Deep fried funk's Valentines ball on Saturday February 14 in The Nerve Centre will feature a three hour set from James Zabiela, recently voted 11th best DJ in the world. He has been described as the most technically gifted DJ in the world, using turntables, CD decks, and FX units to great effect.
Then on Saturday February 21, Jon Carter makes his long awaited return to the local clubnight. A favourite over the last few years at Deep Fried Funk, Jon Carter is one of those rare DJ's who is consistently brilliant.
Carter's unique soundsystem-style mix of house, techno, ragga, dub and breakbeat is guaranteed to rock any party. Carter records/remixes under his own name, releasing tracks on his Saville Row label.
As well as his hectic production/remixing schedule, Jon Carter is one of the world's most in-demand DJ's, holding down a residency at Bugged Out and playing week in, week out at the world's finest clubs. Support in the main room on both nights comes from David Campbell and Mark Jennings.
The back room at The Nerve Centre will also be in use at these two events featuring Chris Caul, Question Marc, Darren Allen, Johnny Boy and Doc Smoove alongside residents F-Mac and Pepzi.
Both events are pay at the door. Reduced admission before 11pm.
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February 5, 2004 at 11:16 AM CET