The Stone Roses After Party With FAC 51 The Hacienda. Hosting Two Special Shows For Stone Roses Concerts At Sankeys!
The Stone roses after party line up is looking stellar as Todd Terry and Marshall Jefferson come across to perform on both nights while Graeme Park and Mike Pickering team up with Jon Dasilva for two very strong events across Friday 17th and Saturday 18th June.
Fri 17th June & Sat 18th June
The Hacienda returns to Sankeys for two Stone Roses after party shows in June mixing the very best US guests alongside the original team of DJ’s who soundtracked the FAC 51 across its best years.
Todd Terry is a veteran of numerous Hacienda events, remains hugely popular as well as one of most respected DJ’s throughout dance music history. Todd’s back catalogue sees his own productions such as “Weekend” “Dream Of Santa Anna”, “A Day In The Life”, “Just Make That Move”, CLS’s “Can You Feel It” and more compete with his extensive repertoire of remixes and also his prolific new material in his tightly constructed and hugely inventive DJ sets.
Todd is joined by another legend of dance music, Marshall Jefferson, one of the main influences on the development of Chicago House. In crafting classics like “Move Your Body”, Traxx Releases such “Open Our Eyes” and Ce Ce Rogers’ seminal “Someday”, Marshall has travelled the world preaching the gospel of the original house sound and his name is widely respected for his role in the history of house music.
Taking up their partnership once again, Graeme Park and Mike Pickering perform together behind the decks while original Acid House legend Jon Dasiva brings his expansive DJ sets of jackin’ techno and deep house back to FAC 51
With Hacienda events in Manchester consistently selling out in advance, the numbers expected in town for the Roses concerts bode for two very special events in mid June. Dont miss the best Stone Roses after party and get your tickets ASAP here
Stone Roses After Party Line Up
Grammy Award nominated DJ/Producer Todd Terry has been engulfed in dance music since he first started listening to European dance music records while growing up in Brooklyn. Already devoted to turntables, he heard something different in those tracks, and he “went for the difference”. “I never got a break in New York, but England happened right away, so I catered to them.” In any event, the Todd Terry sound was born. By 1988, Todd Terry hit big in England and Europe, and his notoriety was making its way back to the U.S.
The first release, Keep On Jumpin’ on featured a vocal workout from super-divas Martha Wash and Jocelyn Brown, together for the first time ever.
Widely regarded as the Godfather of house music, it is unsurprising that Marshall’s “Move Your Body” is also dubbed as “The House Music Anthem”.
Marshall Jefferson is one of the founding fathers of house music as it is known today. Born in Chicago in 1959, Marshall was a central figure in the development of the Chicago house scene and produced seminal house anthems including Move Your Body, 7 Ways To Jack and Open Our Eyes. He has worked with the best in the business, from fellow founding father Frankie Knuckles to Roy Davis Jr., Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley, Felix Da Housecat and Lil Louis. Marshall has had a leading hand in the growth of the acid and deep house movements. His impact is so great that he continues to break boundaries and disprove all those predicting the end of house music.
The story of DJ Graeme Park really mirrors the story of the evolution of dance music and club culture itself. Graeme found himself working in a Nottingham record shop called Selectadisc in the early 1980s, when the very first house records began to filter through from Chicago, Detroit and New York.
When the shop’s owner opened a nightclub, it was only natural he should turn to Graeme to select the discs. Determined to showcase this new style of music, his reputation as a house pioneer soon brought him to the attention of Mike Pickering at the Haçienda in Manchester, who asked him to cover for him while he went on holiday in 1988. Simply put, there was no-one else in the country who could do the job. The Summer of Love followed, and Parky quickly became one of the biggest names on the emerging dance scene.
Mike has DJed at The Haçienda’s infamous “Nude” and “Hot” nights and later “Shine”. He worked for Factory Records where he signed Happy Mondays, To Hell With Burgundy and James amongst others. He was the founder, writer and producer of Quando Quango and later M People, playing the saxophone, and as backing singer.
Pickering now works as A&R within the Columbia label of Sony BMG where he A&Rs The Gossip, Calvin Harris, Kasabian, and The Ting Tings.
He appeared as himself in the film, 24 Hour Party People starring Steve Coogan, a film all about Factory Records and Tony Wilson. Pickering is also a supporter of Manchester City Football Club, and appeared in the documentary film about the club, Blue Moon Rising, in 2010 alongside Noel Gallagher.
Mercurial DJ/ Producer, Jon Dasilva was co conspirator in defining the music policy of The Hacienda during acid house era and was slap bang at the centre of the early days of UK House/Techno music. From these auspicious beginnings he has always been regarded as an adventurous DJ, a view aided in no small part by his mixing expertise and programming skills.
Retaining the anything goes spirit and ideals of Acid House; Jon’s open-minded sensibilities have been sharpened by his involvement with a number of band projects including his own band The Virgo Mechanically Replayed, whose album, “Factory Fatigue”,was released on Hacienda Recordings in November .
Jon has released a stream of recordings and remixes over the last 20 years or more for labels such as Soma, Deconstruction, Rob’s Records, Cleveland City, Mute, Rush Hour Get Physical and Ellum…with up and coming releases on the adorable Kindisch label as Hallo Halo…
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