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MR SCRUFF FOR STEALTH’S 11TH BIRTHDAY

11 years ago, fresh baby faced Stealth hosted British electronic music producer and DJ Mr Scruff as one of our first headliners. And here we are, 11 years later- celebrating with our good friend once more. Joining him will be Soul Buggin’s Wrighty- who was the first person to book Mr Scruff in Notts in the mid 90s.

At Stealth we pride ourselves on creating and maintaining a special relationship with all the DJs and artists that we work with. Here’s to 11 years of bringing you the best of electronic music and memories, and here’s to 11 more.

Room 2 will be looked after by Lee Rosy’s, who will be providing tea and cakes! So make sure you put the 15th of May in your diary.

For more information visit our facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/791847190893793/

DJ Mag Top 100 Clubs 2015

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We've moved up two places in DJ Mags 'Top 100 Clubs'!

Here's what they had to say about Stealth:

"There’s nothing sneaky about Stealth. The Nottingham-based nightclub has been revered by Midlands club kids for just over a decade, acting as a radar for the Nottingham dance scene as a whole.

First launched in 2004, Stealth’s music policy has moved with the times. Mostly booking acts from the worlds of drum & bass, garage and grime during the mid-noughties, Stealth has smartly shifted toward the lighter side of dance in recent years, succumbing to the call of the UK house boom since 2010. Filling the gap left by the closing of cult nightclub The Bomb during the mid-'00s, Stealth is also the birthplace of several famous UK club-nights-cum-promo-brands including Dollop, Wigflex and Zleep, with the club packed every weekend thanks to Nottingham’s club-hungry and largely student-based contingent.

Be it students or Nottingham natives, guests to Stealth get to kick it with the very best in UK talent — the club is an essential stop for any UK touring DJ — with recent sets from Mak & Pasteman plus Radio 1 DJ talent, Monki."

 

ONEMAN & BENTON at Stealth

 

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As part of Stealth's 11th Birthday celebrations we are throwing a number of parties across late April and May, and we are pleased to announce that we welcome back Oneman & Benton on Friday 22nd May. 

Sign-up here for tickets & more info: http://tinyurl.com/Stealth11thBirthday

#Stealth11thBirthday.

 

Everywhere 2015 Playlist

 

We've put together a playlist over on our Soundcloud, to get you hyped for Everywhere, hitting Nottingham on May 3rd! www.facebook.com/EverywhereFestival #EverywhereFestival

Posted by Stealth on Thursday, April 9, 2015

No FRIENDs WITHIN Tour Video

On Tuesday the 7th of October 2014, we played host to Friend Within's 'No FRIENDs WITHIN Tour'

Here's an after tour documentary that chronicles his sold out UK dates!

 

Stealth 11th Birthday

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We have a series of very special events lined up for our 11th Birthday - including the return to Room 1 from Skream. 

Please sign up here to be the first to hear more, and to receive exclusive pre-sale ticket links: http://tinyurl.com/Stealth11thBirthday. #Stealth11thBirthday.

Promo Assistant

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Want to work with us? We're on the hunt for someone who's motivated, creative and hard working to join our growing team and fill the role of Promotions Assistant. 

If you're into what we do, and think you can bring something new - we want to hear from you. The role will include working with our customers, Venue Management, Promotional staff, and Promoters to help us continue to deliver the best events and experiences possible. 

Send over your CV, contact details and reasons why you could be the next best thing to happen to Stealth, to : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Structure present... SPOR

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Jon Gooch - better known by his Feed Me moniker - has announced his long-awaited return to Drum & Bass under revered alias Spor via unveiling a brand new remix of The Prodigy’s latest single ‘Nasty'. With a much sought-after full album project completed and set for imminent release, Spor will play a series of exclusive underground UK dates, including Stealth in Nottingham on February 26th.

“DJ’ing as Spor brings around a lot of nostalgia for me, it's a feeling that reaches all the way back to my childhood. It's not all positive, it's angst and fear, risk as well”, he explains. "I played my first ever DJ show at sorely missed 'The End' in London (thank you Renegade Hardware) and I look forward to feeling the vibe places like that held, the claustrophobia, the great sound and educated, intense audiences. It was always a release for everyone.”

To coincide with the tour, Spor has also been called in on remix duties by legendary dance act The Prodigy. “To be able to remix an artist who, for me, helped define my generation's counter-culture has been a privilege”, he said. "Especially recording it under my childhood name - I’m nothing but extremely grateful to have been involved.”

Taking the all-out, aural assault of The Prodigy’s original mix and pushing it one step further, Spor has turned in a punishing, tear-out roller full of distorted sub bass and destructive breaks - a testament to the style that has established him one of the most talked-about drum & bass artists of recent times.

 

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