23 Mar 2007
A Certain Ratio live in Manchester, 6 May 
Electric Chair: The Riot
Execution 142
Bank Holiday Sunday: May 6th Allnighter
Music Box & Jillys, Manchester
10pm - 6am

A Certain Ratio (LIVE)
Richard Dorfmeister
Gilles Peterson
Ben Westbeech (LIVE)
Don Letts
Elektrons (LIVE)
Greg Wilson
Unabombers
Aficionado
Development
Kelvin Brown
Friends Of Music

Electric Chair's finest heroes and darkest villains come together to create five rooms and eight hours for The Riot. Manchester legends A Certain Ratio drop a rare live appearance, alongside legendary selector Don Letts, former resident at the seminal Roxy club where he introduced Punks to Dreads on the dancefloor. Joining him will be Greg Wilson playing a very special electro set, as Jillys becomes one big block party!

Richard Dorfmeister of K&D fame joins the dots with Gilles Peterson in the Music Box basement, with a late end of night set by the Unabombers. Soundclashes from local stables Aficionado, Eyes Down and Development drop into the pot, alongside live sets from Ben Westbeech and Elektrons.

Yes, dark, deviant and sweaty...theres a riot going on.

Music Box:

Richard Dorfmeister (G-Stone)
Gilles Peterson
Unabombers

Jilly's Live Revue:

A Certain Ratio (Live)
Ben Westbeech (Live)
Elektrons (Live)
Don Letts (Ex-Roxy Club)
Greg Wilson (Electro Set)

Music Box The Shack:

Aficionado All Night Long!!
Moonboots & Jason Boardman

Jilly's Goldfish Bowl:

Kelvin Brown (Eyes Down)
Development DJ's: Tom Lynch and Chris Fienmann

Jilly's Chamber Social:

A fully seated boozer session, scuzzy & fuzzy, lo-slung & laid-back, converting & conversing hosted by...
Friends of Music [Danny Webb & Steve Perry]

Tickets: Earlybird 20: Then 23 Advance

Available from Piccadilly Records & Fat City

CC Bookings www.ticketweb.co.uk (0870 060 0100)
www.electriks.co.uk
www.myspace.com/electriksmusic
www.myspace.com/elektrons

www.myspace.com/unabomberspace

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