4 Nov 2007
The JD Set presented by Peter Hook 
Peter Hook will be your host for the JD Set, a series of 24 intimate gigs across a number of UK venues, including four two-night events detailed below (which are also being covered by Channel 4).

London
Luminare
8 November 2007 - Air Traffic, Lightspeed Champion, Friendly Fires
9 November 2007 - Vincent Vincent and the Villains, The Courtneers, The New York Fund

Belfast
Spring & Airbrake
30 November 2007 - line-up tbc
1 December 2007 - line-up tbc

Newcastle
The Cluny
24-25 January 2007 - line-up tbc

Manchester
Night and Day
21-22 February 2007 - line-up tbc

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