|16th April 2022|
|8pm - 1.30am|
253 Argyle Street, Glasgow City Centre G2 8BL
what3words location: shed.risky.globe
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This April, join us for an incredible journey into the 1980’s.
The Miss Madonna (80's Live Set)
Bosco, Rob Mason & JP
With 70's over the young 80's club kids switched to different beat. The new sound of 80's Clubbing was a pulsating electronic beat.
Artists like Madonna, Sylvester and Prince were redefining the dance floor in the 80’s.
The sound of Disco, Hi Energy & New Romantic ruled the charts and the dance-floors.
What made the sound so different was the drum machines and synths, the heavy bass sound worked on the dance floor.
Clubs like The Paradise Garage in New York & The Warehouse in Chicago championed the new sound of Disco.
We will be recreating the look and sound of 1980’s clubbing to give a immersive experience in a stunning venue.
This is a standing event
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