Fresh from last week’s epic dancefloor escapades, The Gallery continues to deliver more ‘Excellence in the Art of Sound’ with another mouth-watering night ahead. On Friday 9th March London’s leading weekly club brings you an exclusive set from Judge Jules, alongside a rare UK date from Holland’s Perry O’Neil. Officially regarded as the hardest/busiest working DJ on the circuit, the ‘Judge’ returns to his old Turnmills stomping ground for another off-the-scale mix of open-mindedness – not the normal Jules set you might hear outside of our famous walls. The Gallery you see is different, and the Radio 1 star loves the opportunity to play music he probably couldn’t get away with elsewhere. That’s the beauty of the club. And that’s why Jules bloody loves playing it so much!! Perry O’Neil meanwhile is part of the Dutch nu-breed and fresh out of the Armada Records camp of quality! Tipped as one to watch in 2007, Perry will no doubt rise to the occasion and deliver the sort of pumping set that has seen him headline the world’s leading clubs in the ’06. Backing up the headline guests will be two of The Gallery’s finest residents – John Askew and Gavyn Mytchel. With John’s Recoverworld label co-hosting T3 with Vaccine (more on that in a bit), he focuses his attentions (and his dancefloor bombs) for the main room where you can expect to hear the regular thump and kick that we’ve loveingly grown accustomed to over the years!! And anyone who heard his recent Radio 1 Essential Mix will also verify just how god damn good he is too. Gavyn Mytchel is another DJ at the top of his game. Lapping up the plaudits lately with his weekly residency, Timeout picked him out as ‘the star’ on the trance scene for 2006 and tipped him for even bigger things in 2007. And who are we to argue huh? Gallery regular Moni meanwhile returns to warm the floor ahead of these headline beasts!!
T2 keeps up its tradition for electronic sounds of the electronic nature as bi-monthly hosts Dirtbox present another rocking line-up. Headlined by man-of-the-moment Luke Dzierzek - from the Futurism academy of joy, the latest excursion by the Dirtbox crew is shaping up to be rather large, frankly. They also welcome Punkrok rocker James Algate to the mix to throw down more shapes of the acid-house variety, with Dirtbox residents Alex Collings and Pete Whitehouse joining in the action, plus newcomers The Coordinators.
Finally over in T3, Vaccine join forces with one of the UK's premier record labels Recoverworld group co-run by one of The Gallery's main residents Mr John Askew. Vaccine are welcoming a full line-up of talent from the Discover camp with John O Callaghan on headline duty. Fresh from releasing his debut artist album and mixing the Live As: Vol 2 for Discover, he is joined by international Mixmag Future of Bosh DJ (!), Sean Tyas whose tune 'Lift' was one of the biggest of 2006. Bryan Kearney makes the short trip from the Emerald Isle to showcase his full-on style that has made him a firm fave across the UK. We’re loving his massive anthems such as 'Exactly', 'Restricted Motion' and the forthcoming 'More to Life'. Activa, Aled Mann and other label head-honcho Chris Hampshire complete Discover’s share of the line-up (and didn’t they do well!), with Vaccine residents The Viceroy and Ben Beaton completing this latest trance masterpiece.