torsdag 17 december 2009 på 20:00
34 Bedford Street, Belfast, BT2 7FF, United Kingdom
Tickets on sale Thursday 8 October at 9am
Soulwax have announced their Soulwaxmas tour will be making a stop in Belfast for an exclusive Irish appearance at The Ulster Hall on Thursday December 17th. The christmas tour, returning for it's 3rd year, will feature support sets from some famous friends of the belgian duo, as well as performances from Soulwax live, and 2ManyDJs full live AV production. Past tour guests have included Justice, Erol Alkan, Simian Mobile Disco, Vitalic, Ladyhawke and many more huge names. The tour run takes in 2 nights at London's famous Brixton Academy, and is scheduled to culminate in a huge homecoming show in Antwerp on Saturday 19th December. This is expected to be a hugely in-demand show, especially following 2ManyDJs electrifying headline Audio Visual performance at this years Belsonic event in Custom House Square. Tickets go onsale Friday 9th October at 9am from The Ulster Hall Box Office, The Stiff Kitten Bar, http://www.shine.net & http://www.ulsterhall.co.uk
Soulwax, headed by David and Stephen Dewaele, are from Ghent, Belgium. They’ve been releasing records since 1996, the most recent LP 'Nite Versions' in 2005. The two are however perhaps best known for their influential shows and releases as 2manydjs. Initially finding fame with their genre mashing mixes, most notably on the landmark record As Heard on Radio Soulwax Pt. 2 , 2manydjs have gone on to produce a lengthy series of “bootleg” recordings. They’ve also created official and unofficial remixes of some of the world’s most respected artists, including the likes of Gorillaz, The Klaxons, Kylie Minogue, Daft Punk, LCD Soundsystem and many more.
Their 2manydjs "live" tour was undoubtedly one of the highlights of the summer festival season. On these giant production dates they will not only DJ, but giant LED backdrop screens will present visuals too, based primarily on the artwork of the records they're playing. Soulwaxmas will see them reprise this huge DJ show, and following it up with their critically acclaimed live band show, showcasing alternative versions of their best known tracks, including 'NY Excuse', 'Krack' and 'Too Many Djs'.
Strictly over 18s only