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Graham Clark
Features Writer
@Maxximum23Clark
10:00 AM 4th May 2021
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Cream Returns To Mint Warehouse, Leeds

Cream is one of the most recognisable brands in dance music. Since the early nineties it has defined the global scene with its own nightclub in Liverpool, Creamfields festival and Ibiza residencies.

Now, all that know-how and expertise is descending on Mint Warehouse in Leeds on Saturday 2 October for the very first time with a line up of the brand's best known musical associates.

The 1200 capacity venue had extensive renovations just before the pandemic hit, with a new 'Funktion One Eno 7' sound system amongst the exciting additions. The club has an industrial main room as well as Loft and Boiler Room space, with different vibes and unique atmospheres in each.

The line up reads like a Who’s Who of the house music dance scene from the late 90’s. If you were one of the regular listeners to Danny Rampling’s Radio One show then the night will certainly take you back to those Love Groove Dance Party shows.

Rampling who always brings a masterclass in the past, present and future of house will be on the decks headlining the night.

He is joined by fellow UK pioneers Seb Fontaine and Tall Paul, with Kissdafunk man Rob Tissera also bringing his up front house sounds. Add in Jon Pleased Wimmin, Smoking Jo and long time house and garage innovators K-Klass and you have a line-up that covers every facet of the famous Cream sound in real depth.

Tickets from £15.00 are now on sale from:
http://skiddle.com/e/35812179