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When Yousef first conceived the idea of Circus over a decade ago, he wanted to promote a party in his then hometown of Liverpool for somewhere he could play quality electronic music and have fun. And from its first bass-reverberating session, Circus has evolved into one of the best house and techno parties on the planet.
Circus has come a long way. What started off as a simple ‘house party’ in one small room has become a globally recognised club night of immense stature, reaching a decade of brilliant parties which inspire its audience and DJs alike. Circus has hosted pretty much every iconic figure of dance music; Sven Vath, Carl Cox, Loco Dice, Luciano, Ricardo Villalobos, Carl Craig, Laurent Garnier (DJ sets & live), Marco Carola, Jamie Jones, Adam Beyer, Derrick Carter, DJ Sneak, Butch, Sasha, Seth Troxler, John Digweed, Aeroplane, Heidi, Dennis Ferrer, Magda, Heidi, Maya Jane Coles, Nick Curly, Tim Green, Raresh, Guy Gerber and many, many more have all contributed to the club’s illustrious history, whilst helping to set its future course.
Circus has enhanced Liverpool’s reputation as an epicentre for electronic music culture. Its revered status is augmented by the quality of its bookings and the loyalty of its crowd, crowned by the 10th anniversary celebrations in September 2012, and the series of X parties through the rest of the year. It’s a club whose founding ethos remains the same to this day: ‘serious music and fun times’. It’s also a club whom for each show gives a debut, introducing new talent to the city; Circus was the first to bring the likes of Loco Dice and Davide Squillace to the UK and among the first to champion now global stars like Seth Troxler and Jamie Jones, when they were unknown years ago.  CLICK TO READ ON 
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CIRCUS @ Albert Hall, Manchester

CIRCUS took over The Albert Hall in Manchester this weekend with Yousef, Marco Carola, Nathan Barato and Pirate Copy.

Take a look at some of the pictures here…

Patrick Topping – Deep House Amsterdam Mix

In the short space of two years, Patrick Topping has become one of the most in demand names in dance music. Having secured 3 Beatport number 1’s in the Tech-House chart with ‘Get Beasty’, ‘Forget’ and his collaboration with Green Velvet on ‘Voicemail’, Patrick’s accolades also count two DJ Awards for ‘Best Newcomer’ and ‘Track Of The Season’ for ‘Forget’, as well as DJ Mag’s ‘Best Tune’ in their Best of British Awards – topped off by debuting at #80 in Resident Advisor’s Top 100 DJs poll. Renowned for his ability to craft infectious, dancefloor-ready rhythms that first saw him championed by Hot Creations label boss Jamie Jones, Patrick recently capped a stunning two-year rise to fame off with a debut Essential Mix for BBC Radio 1 – almost a year to the day after being hailed one of Pete Tong’s ‘Future Stars’ in 2014 and exactly 2 years after his debut release.

Cuartero & wAFF – Break A Sweat (Patrick Topping Remix) [MOON HARBOUR]

Another great remix from the man himself – Patrick topping.

This time it’s for Cuartero and wAFF, out now on Tanzmann’s Moon Harbour

Topping will be playing at Arts Club Liverpool on this May 30th, tickets still available here:  Buy Tickets

Patrick Topping – Mixmag Dj Lab LDN

On the subject of Patrick Topping, you may also want to check out his mix B2B with Richie Ahmed and wAFF from last year.

He will be playing B2B all night long in the Theatre towards the end of this month.

You don’t wanna miss it!

Patrick Topping – Essential Mix 15

If you haven’t already heard, Patrick Topping returns to Circus this May 30th.

To get you in the mood, here is his Radio 1 Essential Mix recorded earlier this year!


Bookashade ft. Karin Park (Tube & Berger Remix)

New music from Tube & Berger in the form of a remix for Bookashade.

They will be playing for us at East Village Arts Club this May 3rd alongside the one and only CARL COX.

Hope to see you there!

Carl Cox Ibiza Villas Takeover DJ SET [BOILER ROOM]

For us, still one of the best Boiler Room’s to date. Carl Cox in the Villas Takeover Series in Ibiza.

Catch him playing in Liverpool this May 3rd, alongside YOUSEF, MIGUEL CAMPBELL, TUBE & BERGER, ANDHIM + more.

DJ Tennis / CIRCUS 05.04.14

We’re incredibly excited for DJ Tennis’ CIRCUS debut at our next show on Easter Sunday, tickets are available here

Butch // CIRCUS 05.04.15

Constantly working in parallels – drenched by a potent mixture of juxtaposition and fluidity in both his sets and his productions – Bülent Gürler AKA Butch, fuses the grey-area space between music of the body and mind. With over 20 years consumed by a thirst for electronic music, the Alzey-born, Mainz raised entity has released on leading imprints such as Desolat, Cocoon, Rekids, Sei Es Drum and beyond, while maintaining a solid DJ schedule that’s seen him open the minds of crowds at fabric, Time Warp and his residency at Berlin’s Watergate.

Matador – Play with Me Pt. 2

Straight off the back of a fine new EP released just before Xmas and incredible run of shows over Christmas and New Year, Irish techno hero Matador is riding high and is ready to unleash a second EP of weapons on this new release. All the cuts on it have been road-tested to destruction at Timewarp, Lovelands, Awakenings, Verboten, Fabric and many other shows around the world.

‘BSunday’ kicks the EP off in moody style, with raw analogue lines unfolding over lively drums. Big percussive circles and tripped melodies also flesh out this killer groove. ‘DaHustle’ is then a more groovy thing with nimble bass notes, charming sense of atmosphere and colourful synth patterns running through the arrangement. The arpeggiated bass, when it lands, has sent floors into overdrive at all Matador’s sets of late.

‘I Gotcha’ takes cues from classic house with its pining cow bells, and the mid tempo drums rock back and forth as dark voices and spraying synths all work to get you shaking your backside. ‘Song 2’ then goes all deep and stripped back, with wooden hits, curious synth patterns and oodles of groaning bass before closer ‘Vagenda’ marries elastic beats and bass with sci-fi melodies, lots of thick texture and warm atmospheres.

Every track here is sure to do a fine job on the dance floor, and each one proves that Matador has many different but equally essential tricks up his sleeve.

The EP is released 2nd March on Beatport and for the fans a collection of all EP 1 and EP 2 tracks PLUS an exclusive live mix of them all by Matador will hit itunes on 16th March.’