REACTIVATE is back with a special one off Christmas party like no other!

Club No 65, Albert Embankment, Vauxhall, SE1 7TP

Friday 11th December
10pm – 5am

DJs Daz Saund, Trevor Rockcliffe, Rachel Auburn, Blu Peter
Online advance tickets

The REACTIVATE team are back for a very special Christmas Party to celebrate the forthcoming release of REACTIVATE The Years 91 – 01 – a greatest hits compilation album mixed by one of the UK’s pioneering female DJs, Rachel Auburn!

The Reactivate Christmas Party is an unofficial “Garage” reunion celebrating those infamous years when every Friday night a unique crowd of House & Techno fans would congregate at Heaven to kickstart the weekend. Fuelled by some incredible music, ‘Garage’ was where friends for life were made and the Reactivate Christmas Party rekindles that special feeling, calling music lovers and Garage afficionados to let loose as the party season hits full flow. There will be 2 rooms of era defining music with the Reactivate Main Room concentrating on Techno & Trance with all styles of House & Disco jacking up the decks in Room 2!

Room 1:
Special P.A. from S-J ‘Fever/I Feel Divine’
Rachel Auburn
Trevor Rockcliffe
Daz Saund
Blu Peter

Room 2:
Massimo Paramour
The Men Who Fell 2 Earth
Steven Sharp

Rachel Auburn, Original Blitz kid and fashion designer, was raised to club stardom in the nineties by crossover singles under the Candy Girls alias and Freska compilation albums on React, plus legendary DJ residencies at Taboo, Trade and Tidy Trax. Rachel returns to power up the decks after a headline set at Trade’s recent end-of-an-era 25th Birthday.

Lining up alongside Rachel is the incredible techno duo of Daz Saund and Trevor Rockliffe, who got their big breaks at the seminal Troll Nites at the Sound Shaft, Heaven in the late ‘80s. Daz & Trevor then progressed to become resident DJ at the immensely popular Garage at Heaven nightclub. He then spent three years (1990–93) spinning at the legendary Trade at Turnmills and was one of the original DJ’s, where he made his mark as one of Britain’s leading Techno artists. Daz’s reputation rapidly spread throughout the UK, Europe and the Far East, playing at monumental events such as Love Parade, Mayday and Tribal Gathering in the UK. In 1995 Daz was voted Best International DJ of the year by Front Page Magazine, he remains at the forefront of today’s techno dance music scene as a figure greatly admired world over.

Blu Peter is best known for pioneering the nu-NRG music genre in the late 1990s at flagship residencies such as Garage @ Heaven and FF @ Turnmills. Producing original music, his ‘Shinny’ track was a huge underground hit on React Music and in 1999 he released his first full-length studio album, Widescreen & Digital. With Kevin White he formed the production duo, Elevator releasing singles and EPs from 1994 through the early 2000s. Blu Peter has also produced tracks and remixes under the aliases Blu Peter & Sal, The Groove Council, Quench, and Mass.