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Three Nights For The Price Of Two Glamping Break At Daisy BanksEnjoy the stunning backdrop that Shropshire has to offer, without the bother of pitching a tent in the middle of nowhere, experiencing hassle free camping at its very best. Daisy Banks' cosy camping pods are set amongst rolling hills and scenic views...
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Clean Bandit2015-03-05 , 19:00:00 at Mandela Hall
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Clean Bandit2015-03-09 , 19:00:00 at O2 Academy Birmingham
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Annie Mac2015-02-04 , 19:30:00 at ICA
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Renegades Of Rhythm Dj Shadow & Cut Chemist Play Afrika Bambaataa2015-02-03 , 19:00:00 at Albert Hall
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Dillon Francis2015-02-06 , 19:00:00 at Manchester Academy 3
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Clean Bandit - Standing2015-03-08 , 19:00:00 at Cambridge Corn Exchange
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Jon HopkinsJon Hopkins Tickets
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Dillon Francis2015-02-05 , 19:00:00 at KOKO
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Two Night Glamping Break At Daisy BanksEnjoy the beautiful Shropshire countryside without the bother of pitching a tent in the middle of nowhere, experiencing hassle free camping at its very best. Daisy Bank’s cosy camping pods are set amongst rolling hills and scenic views on a friendl...
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Annie Mac Presents2015-02-21 , 22:00:00 at KOKO
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Dj Yoda - Breakfast Of Champions2015-04-11 , 21:00:00 at The Marble Factory
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Clean Bandit2015-03-13 , 18:30:00 at Alexandra Palace
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Jon Hopkins - Immunity Tour Finale2015-04-24 , 19:00:00 at O2 Academy Brixton
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Dillon Francis2015-02-04 , 19:00:00 at Brighton Concorde 2
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Dance Music ,EDM (electric Dance Music')

A notable example of an early form of EDM is the 1977 was when  producer Georgio Moroder and vocalist Donner Summer hooked up on the song "I Feel Love", which was a  groundbreaking dance/disco hit with no traditional instruments. The new field of information science inspired composers to explore the use of computers to compose and synthesize music, beginning in the 1950s. The development of computer technology historically paralleled the development of the modern electronic music studio and synthesizer, leading to a cross-fertilization of the two fields that greatly benefited electronic 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

Today there are dance music tickets to get into the hottest & wild parties across Europe that spill over from the madness of the Ibiza Dance Scene.