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HUS TO HOST NO LABEL PROJECT’S FIRST PARTY ON 3RD NOVEMBER!

HUS TO HOST NO LABEL PROJECT’S FIRST PARTY ON 3RD NOVEMBER!

Providing a refreshing alternative to the many electronic music events on offer in Liverpool, NO LABEL PROJECT is throwing its first party on 3RD NOVEMBER 2017. Utilising the super cool and modern venue, HUS (situated on Tithebarn Street), the night will bring together a medley of genres ranging from minimal techno to dark techno before climaxing in an ENERGETIC PSYTRANCE SET!

No Label Project aims to be different and without restrictions of genre, whilst giving something back to the community by raising money for various causes. Profits from each event will be donated to different local charities and for this inaugural night it’s only £4 PER TICKET with all profits being donated to FRESHFIELDS ANIMAL SANCTUARY. The event will run from 9pm until 2am, with a surprise after party planned for those wanting to continue the journey.

No Label Project is the brainchild of Gianluigi Caccavale and Lishai Rice. Gianluigi started DJing at the age of 12 in Naples, Italy, and has organised and DJed at events in Glasgow and London, whilst fellow organiser, Lishai Rice, has put on parties in his native Israel and is an electronic music connoisseur with a passion for the technical side of things. Together, and with the support of friends who share the same love of music and giving to charity, they aim to provide the city with something alternative whilst giving back to the  community at the same time.

The line up features young, up and coming DJ, Brad Kennedy, DJ Giggio C (event organiser Gianluigi) and psytrance legend Lorraine. Expect all sorts of shapes to be thrown at Hus, celebrating its 1st birthday that night, and expect some trippy visuals with some interesting surprises to heighten your senses. One thing is for sure — you won’t find a mix of music styles and a event quite like this in Liverpool!

For tickets CLICK HERE

For the event on Facebook CLICK HERE

For No Label Project Facebook page CLICK HERE

 

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