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Emmy The Great2015-01-23 , 19:30:00 at Manchester The Deaf Institute
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Jo Harman2015-01-29 , 19:00:00 at Jazz Cafe
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Nathan Carter2015-04-10 , 19:30:00 at Perth Concert Hall
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Joe Bonamassa - Seated2015-03-20 , 19:00:00 at Eventim Apollo
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Jungle2015-02-28 , 18:30:00 at Rock City
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Nathan Carter2015-03-12 , 19:30:00 at City Varieties Music Hall
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Jessie Ware - Standing2015-01-27 , 19:00:00 at Colston Hall
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Usher - Ur Experience Tour2015-03-24 , 18:00:00 at Barclaycard Arena
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Eric Clapton - Vip Experience - Box Package2015-05-20 , 19:00:00 at Royal Albert Hall
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The Once2015-05-01 , 18:30:00 at Nottingham Rescue Rooms
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The Once2015-05-09 , 19:00:00 at Birmingham Alfie Birds
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George The Poet2015-02-24 , 19:00:00 at Start The Bus
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Annie Mac2015-02-04 , 19:30:00 at ICA
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Clean Bandit2015-03-05 , 19:00:00 at Mandela Hall
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Joe 112 & Ginuwine2015-01-31 , 19:00:00 at Manchester Academy
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The Once2015-05-05 , 20:30:00 at King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
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Rnb or  'rhythem & blues' to give it it's full title started in the 1940's & was marketed predominantly to urban African.In the commercial rhythm and blues music typical of the 1950s through the 1970s, the bands usually consisted of piano, one or two guitars, bass, drums, saxophone, and sometimes background vocalists. R&B lyrical themes often encapsulate the African-American experience of pain and the quest for freedom and joy.Lyrics focus heavily on the themes of triumphs and failures in terms of relationships, freedom, economics, aspirations, and sex.

The term RnB has undergone a number of shifts in meaning. By the 1970s, rhythm and blues was used as a blanket term for soul and funk , and then by  the 1980s, a newer style of R&B developed,  combines elements of rhythm and blues, soul,hip hop, funk & dance.

Dance Music ,EDM (electric Dance Music')

Acid house party fever escalated in London and Manchester, and it quickly became a cultural phenomenon. MDMA-fueled club goers, faced with  closing hours set at 2 am, sought refuge in the warehouse party scene that ran all night.   This after-hours activity quickly went underground, to escape the attention of the press and the authorities .Within a year, however, up to 10,000 people at a time were attending the first commercially organized mass parties, called raves, and a media storm ensued

Dance music wouldn’t be so successful without bass. If you think about it, we’ve really only had amplified bass for around 50 years. Big bass is only a couple of generations old. Before the invention of speakers that could project true bass frequencies, humans really only came across bass in hazardous situations—for example, when thunder struck, or an earthquake shook, or from explosions caused by dynamite or gunpowder. That is probably why it is by far the most adrenaline-inducing frequency that we have. Bass gets humans excited basically. Below 90 or 100 Hz, bass becomes more of a physical thing. It vibrates specific organs. It vibrates our bones. It causes minor molecular rearrangement, and that is what makes it so potent as a force in dance music. The molecular vibration caused by bass is what gives dance music its power. It is what makes dance music so pleasurable to hear through a proper sound system.