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  • 13th July plays host to an all out attack of all that is uplifting and trancey in both the main room and T3 with Vaccine whilst T2 sees Dirtbox celebrate their first birthday in style with not one but two headliners.Main room sees the complete cross spectrum of trance embraced in a monumental line-up. Gallery favourite and one of the undisputed legends MIKE returns to drop another set packed full of his latest studio work under the many guises. This international man of mystery recently recorded his latest mix compilation here at The Gallery and whilst his PUSH days are all but behind him his other guises provide a wealth of dance floor material that is still pushing boundaries. Joining this production master class is Lange who has been busy beavering away on his eagerly anticipated album. Ten years in the making Lange has not ducked out of the limelight consistently producing hit after hit whilst rocking dancefloors worldwide. Tracks such as Drifting Away and Follow Me coupled with mega hit remixes including Lost Witness – Happiness Happening have already reserved him his page in the history book of trance. Steve Helstrip touches down for a rare UK performance, better known to you and me as The Thrillseekers; Steve has been touring his new compilation Night Music Vol 2 worldwide and will be returning later in the year to close the world tour off at Gallery. In the meantime it is a rare chance to catch the purveyor of hits such as Synaesthesia and By your Side. Scott Mac and Mac Zimms lose their individual identities for another night and become the super tech trance duo Mac and Mac for another exclusive back to back under their hugely successful and popular production alias. Responsible for recent dance floor destroyers such as ‘Listen’ and ‘Rippin Bass’ everyone from Eddie Halliwell to Tiesto has been getting hot under the collar about these two. With only a handful of Mac and Mac dates in the diary this is an exclusive showcase of a huge new chunk of material and tech trance djed by those who make it better than anyone. T2 sees Dirtbox turn the grand old age of one, so birthday cheers all round. Having taken T2 by storm over the last year the Dirtbox crew have showcased a wealth of house talent and big names alongside up and coming djs and bedroom talent. For their birthday they invite not one but two headliners to celebrate with them. Tom Neville is never far away from the action, a prolific producer and hugely successful cross over remixer Tom has done it all in a very short period of time. Residencies at some of the biggest clubs around, top 40 hits, worldwide touring and critical acclaim. Trust us when we say T2 is the ideal surroundings to catch this man in action!! Joining him for some Birthday banter and maybe the odd slice of cake or two is Jon Gurd. Responsible for one of the biggest house tracks of recent time with fellow cohort Dave Robertson, ‘The Rendition’ was one of the biggest underground crossover tracks around and his Lemon Sherbet track has received the nod from the dance music elite including Sander Kleinberg. Dirtbox resident Alex Collings has been a consistent crowd favourite over the last year and joins the Birthday fray along with Pete Whitehouse and Tracy Caldwell. Vaccine takes the trance line-up worldwide with an exclusive collaboration with Euphonic Records. Celebrating their 10th Birthday with a world tour and brand new mix album Euphonic has been slowly burning the fire of good quality trance across Europe and beyond. It’s a formula that has paid off producing huge artist / djs such as Kyau and Albert and Stoneface and Terminal, both who appear on this bill. Making his UK debut is label boss Marco Benitez under his guise Marc Marberg, a provider of some of the biggest remixes and tracks including the massive Megashira this will be a UK first to witness the tech trance goodness Marc has to offer. As ever the Vaccine residents are on hand to steady the tiller when need be as always The Viceroy and Ben Beaton complete the all cast stellar line-up.
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