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Episode 6: Boomtown

Episode 6: Boomtown

2019-11-2832:13

The home of everyone from the world’s strangest strongmen, everyday workers who plan their year around it, and the best DJ and performers in the world - this is a backstage pass to the unique Boomtown. The festival with the Labyrinthian storyline contains elements of Halloween and ‘Stranger Things’ in the heart of a British summer with production to blow all of your sense - creating much more than your usual event. In this episode, Jaguar headed to the 11th Chapter, during a weekend where the weather cancelled a number of other festivals across the weekend - but Boomtown carried on strong. She especially looks at their Green Mission - an ambition to flip the throwaway mentality on its head, by eliminating single use packaging, innovative initiatives with tents and many other ideas which led to a field of people chanting ‘recycling, recycling, recycling’. Find out how the production and booking staff work, what the DJs think of the event and why the punters love it as we go Access All Areas. Featuring interviews with Eats Everything, Kings of the Rollers, Alborosie, High Contrast and Mella Dee. For more from Red Bull Music AAA and forthcoming episodes with Annie Mac Presents, fabric, Sink the Pink, FLY and The Warehouse Project visit http://win.gs/RedBullMusicAAA
It’s the extra risks and gambles which have made The Warehouse Project - creating defining moments ravers, DJs and not even the authorities have known about to create the iconic Manchester brand - and in this episode of Red Bull Music AAA we reveal them. Jaguar takes us to a ‘moment in history’ as she plays and reflects upon the opening weekend of their new venue - The Depot. The previous venue, Store Street, will go down in folk law but how have Sam and Sasha evolved with a forward looking outlook with the constant challenge of keeping the brand feeling new? Discover why the promoters nearly lost their houses after booking 24 events with an image they found online of a warehouse (which they didn’t have access to) and left the glory days of the Hacienda in the past. Find out how they’ve created a new modern chapter and legacy for Manchester nightlife - and gave prisoners a free Public Enemy rave by mistake. Sound leaked from Public Enemy at the Warehouse Project into the next door prison and the prisoners started raving. Featuring interviews with Krystal Klear, Kettama, TSHA, Sherelle and Krysko. For more from Red Bull Music AAA and forthcoming episodes with Annie Mac Presents, fabric, Sink the Pink, FLY and Boomtown visit http://win.gs/RedBullMusicAAA
Episode 4: FLY

Episode 4: FLY

2019-11-1437:00

In this episode Jaguar meets the team behind Edinburgh’s FLY. A brand which has become an avid promoter of the Scottish electronic music scene by helping bring through some of the country’s most exciting talents, and mixing them with the biggest names in the scene. Jaguar meets founder Tom Ketley who started his career in the nightlife industry whilst at University and has since developed FLY into one of the UK’s most influential house and techno nights, with its weekly Friday club show and biannual festivals at two stunning locations – Hopetoun House and Princes Street Gardens. We hear from former residents about how the brand has helped them craft the skills which they’re now displaying on a global stage. Discussions of future plans for a camping festival in Scotland are shared and we find out why a council cleaner with a ride-on street sweeper kept FLY alive… Featuring interviews with Theo Kottis, Jasper James, Denis Sulta and Big MizFor more from Red Bull Music AAA and forthcoming episodes with Annie Mac Presents, fabric, Sink the Pink, The Warehouse Project and Boomtown visit http://win.gs/RedBullMusicAAA
Go under the covers with Sink the Pink and discover why it’s a ‘church for weirdos’ and one of UK’s most forward thinking clubbing brands. In this episode, Jaguar meets the LGBTQ+ collective, spending time with co-founder Glyn Fussell and the team ahead of their first full UK Tour. Alongside their annual drag pageant, acclaimed designers, choreography and numerous celebrity fans - Sink The Pink has become the UK’s biggest queer night during the past ten years. As well as insider secrets for you to take away and apply to your own events - discover why everyone should make sure they leave the house in a wig and pair of heels at least once and go to a sparkly night out where you’ll see people smile, snog and have fun in an environment where everyone can be themselves. Featuring interviews with Georgie B and Rodant For more from Red Bull Music AAA and forthcoming episodes with Annie Mac Presents, fabric, FLY, The Warehouse Project and Boomtown visit http://win.gs/RedBullMusicAAA
Episode 2: fabric

Episode 2: fabric

2019-10-3131:33

Jaguar meets the extended family of London nightlife institution fabric as they celebrate their 20th year with their anniversary series, fabric XX. Two decades into its journey, the London club still holds a place at the vanguard of the global electronic music scene and is still regarded as a bucket-list venue for clubbers around the world. In this episode, we speak to some of the key faces behind the club to hear about its past, present and future. We find out what it’s like to get a call to play in Room One, what punters think of the brand and how a derelict, disused meat storage cellar transformed into the legend it is today.
 Featuring interviews with Craig Richards, Terry Francis, Seth Troxler, Mantra and Voigtmann. For more from Red Bull Music AAA and forthcoming episodes with Annie Mac Presents, Sink the Pink, FLY, The Warehouse Project and Boomtown visit http://win.gs/RedBullMusicAAA
DJ Annie Mac and the team let us in and share the secrets behind the success of Annie Mac Presents. Jaguar joins them while they're in the midst of the first ever AMP London - which saw gigs and lectures across the capital - and also during the fifth edition of their festival based in Malta, Lost & Found. From starting her career as a radio DJ, Annie’s manager Lucy Coates explains why they decided to start events under her name. How it worked alongside her compilations and role within the UK dance music scene – and of course how they designed that iconic AMP logo. They also explain how a meeting with the promoters behind The Warehouse Project and Parklife ended up with AMP Lost & Found. Jaguar finds out how they go about the branding, discover new artists for the line-up, foster a family vibe and even who’s in charge of the portaloos. Featuring interviews with Skream, Paul Woolfood and Prospa. For more from Red Bull Music AAA and forthcoming episodes with fabric, Sink the Pink, The Warehouse Project and Boomtown visit http://win.gs/RedBullMusicAAA
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