No bandwagon hype, 100% original thrills. Something, Everything is a late night dance, dedicated to bringing nothing but good times and blurry memories. Emancipating the music so the vibes takes control. We dont’ believe in genres or full stops, we play everything from house to hip hop, garage to disco, we’ll play something, everything.
Each month we’ll invite a couple of guests to show case their creative side, playing a slightly more eclectic set than normal. This be a party, no ifs, no buts, just pretty girls, chilling brehs and vibes for days. Don’t come to stand around and take photos, come to dance.
After the success of our launch party, which saw Eliphino, Artifact and Olsen take to decks behind big red, vibes were on absolute point and you guys, the crowd, smashed it.
We’re back on Wednesday April 24th, with a very exciting line up, headlined by Last Japan and Squarehead, and supported by Tranmsission Collectives Maru, Leeds first lady of parties, Jo Kira, and resident Man Like Milner. This will be special, come join the dance.
Wednesday 24th April The Garage 23:00 – 04:00 £3/£5 Adv More OTD
Procrastination is a beautiful thing right? It’s pretty amazing how many different ways your mind will make you avoid doing some work. Now if only you could concentrate all of that random energy into something focused…
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It absolutely amazes me that nations haven’t rapidly invested in the changeover to LED lighting in municipal applications. The installation itself would be a short term economic boost and over the long run the energy savings would be tremendous. (via jamesbedell)
“ Many companies get the disease of thinking that a really great idea is 90 percent of the work. And the problem with that is that there’s just a tremendous amount of craftsmanship in between a great idea and a great product. And as you evolve that great idea, it changes and grows. It never comes out like it starts because you learn a lot more as you get into the subtleties of it. And as you get into all these things, designing a product is keeping five thousand things in your brain, these concepts, and fitting them all together in new and different ways to get what you want. And every day you discover something new that is a new problem or a new opportunity to fit these things together a little differently. And it’s that process that is the magic. ”