Wonky Acid House Disco - Shunt Voltage (Live) + Guests

sat18nov(nov 18)7:00 pmsun19(nov 19)1:00 amWonky Acid House Disco - Shunt Voltage (Live) + Guests

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Hailing from the hinterland of the Northern Shires, Shunt Voltage manufacture electronic beats where once industrial giants manufactured goods for the World.

They make Cosmic Acid House Disco which is a combination of grooves, effects and samples jammed together against a backdrop of acid infused beats and some shouting.

Shunt Voltage mix their tracks live on the fly resulting in something unique every time they play.


Summoned from Ohio, USA to London, through secret alchemical processes Stash Magnetic fuse the essences of techno, house and rock with dark psychedelic vibes creating a path to sonic transcendence and spiritual connections.

Stash Magnetic will be playing The Evils Acid Barons Weekender this May and amongst others have been remixed by Sean Johnston, Duncan Gray and Richard Sen.

John Paynter [Paisley Dark] DJ

Founder of Paisley Dark Records, John has gained a solid reputation for his strong dancefloor sets which have recently been heard at Pikes Ibiza and Beatherder Festival. He is a regular at Leeds venue Outlaws Yacht Club and has played The Golden Lion on several occasions, including a support slot for ALFOS.

Scott Hutchinson [Feed Your Head] DJ

Purveyor of the finest Wonky Acid House beats Scott hosts Feed Your Head on Kane FM and due to his super selections has become a regular at our Social gatherings. In September’23 Scott will be playing at NOS Festival France.

Ian Vale [Paisley Dark] DJ

An avid collector of house, techno and electro, a promoter, DJ and broadcaster on pirate radio and more recently internet radio. Ian has played everywhere from east London raves to parties in Hong Kong and has several well received releases on the Paisley Dark label.



November 18, 2023 7:00 pm - November 19, 2023 1:00 am(GMT+00:00)

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