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Dropout Disco presents: Multiverse

Dropout Disco presents: Multiverse

Saturday 5th October
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10:00 pm - 5:00 am

from £10 + BF

Forecasts show it’s high time for a second stellar alignment. A hole has opened in time space and through it filters a swirling vortex of deep jazz chords and distant drums. We’ve assembled a team of cosmic wanderers and techno time travellers to interpolate these signals and then extrapolate them across Lakota and Coroners Court for some serious mental re-formatting. Dress to sweat, lets boogie in the vacuum.

We still have a special guest, a previous Panorama Bar resident to announce, so keep your radios tuned in. Come join us on our journey to the cosmos. DD x

Move D
Arguably the coolest man on earth, this all vinyl selector has been the most heavily touring DJ in House & Techno for about 20 years, and for good reason. He is the by-word for good taste (defined by his record bag as well as his penchant for red wine). Right from his early days as “Deep Space Network”, he has had a self confessed ‘obsession with the cosmos’. Step up Move D for a 3 hour tour de force in classy and irresistibly dancy tracks of wax. He is a sublimely talented DJ and its a dream to be welcoming him.

Chaos In The CBD
Next up the brothers Chaos are partnering with In Dust We Trust label co-founder Jon Sable to deliver what is always one of the most raucous and ravey parties around. They belt in for an all night long takeover, so expect no bangers to be spared, and no t-shirts left dry. Its party time.

Secret Guest

A Panoramabar resident to be announced soon.

Dan Shake
The first non Detroit native to be welcomed into Moodymann’s Mahogani Music family by the man himself, Dan Shake has a battle hardened recipe for rockin dance floors. With a name like his, you have to have the wax to back it up, and this cat is one that can cooly open a warp tunnel between 1979-2019, between Brazilian Samba & Heaving Techno, without even breaking a sweat.

Secret Guest

A DD Favourite welcomed back to take us for a ride.

Resident at Hackney’s Mick’s Garage, Manami was born in Tokyo and since resides in Bristol UK. We welcome her our wheels of steel for the first time, after a summer schedule that speaks volumes of her talent.

Move D
Chaos In The CBD (In Dust We Trust - All Night Long)
Dan Shake