Photos: Ninetoes at St Vs R (16.11.13)

The photos from last weekends Stealth Vs Rescued with Ninetoes (16/11/13) are now up. Head over to Facebook for the full album

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dollop x Zleep: Free downloads.


For tickets and more info check out the facebook event

dollop November 2013 video

Video up from dollop (Nottingham) November, 2013.

Competition: Win a pair of tickets to dollop

This Friday dollop return to Stealth for a massive event featuring MK, Scuba, Mele, Shadow Child, Blonde, Eli & Fur and lots more. 

We have a pair of tickets to win for the event - check out our facebook page for more information. 

New mix from GotSome

On Saturday the 2nd of November GotSome (Defected) grace Nottingham for the very first time as they headline Stealth Vs Rescued. Here's a recent mix from them including tracks from giants in the industry such as MK, Shadow Child, Friend Within and many more.  

Storm Queen - Look Right Through (MK Dub III)
Route 94 - Tell You Why
Unknown - Just A Feeling
Artful Dodger - Please Don't Turn Me On (Disclosure Remix ft. Zoe)
Hannah Wants & Lorenzo - Dappy
Justin Martin & Ardalan - Wheelgunner
GotSome ft. Get Along Gang - Bassline
Movement - Feel Reel (Shadow Child Remix)
GotSome - Heart Starts
Wild Child - Renegade Master (Friends Within ReFix)
Infinity Ink - Infinity (Scream's 99 Mix)
GotSome - Don't Want You Back ft Janai
GotSome - On Point
Hot Natured ft. Anabel Englund - Reverse Skydiving (Shadow Child Remix)
Hard Drive - Deep Inside
Route94 - Forget the Girl

GotSome perform at Stealth Vs Rescued on Saturday the 2nd of November. Check the event listing for more information and tickets.

dollop October 2013 video

Video up from dollop (Nottingham) October, 2013. 

Joy Fantastic Mix

On Wednesday 9th of October JOY FANTASTIC return to Stealth to take you on musical journey featuring vintage cuts of Pop, R'n'B, Hip Hop & Disco.

Listen to their recent 'Nighttime Fantasies Vol 1' Mix for an idea of what to expect: 

For more information & tickets check our website listing and the Joy Fantastic facebook event


The video from our event with dollop on Tuesday featuring Loefah (Swamp 81), Chunky & Friend Within is up now! 

Stealth x dollop Re-Opening video

Next up for dollop: Jackmaster, San Soda (FCL), Oneman, Cashmere Cat, Toyboy & Robin, Sophie, Spencer & lots more next Friday: www.fb.com/events/594092340642496.


Having been at the forefront of the UK's club scene since 2004, showcasing a broad array of genres across a number of acclaimed nights and hosting some of the world's finest DJs - more often than not for their debut show in Nottingham, and sometimes even the country - we wanted to mark our near-decade in business by further enhancing the experience for the people that fill the venue week in, week out. We are therefore extremely proud to announce that over the summer months we have carried out a full refurbishment of our Main Room, overhauling nearly every feature to keep Stealth at the cutting edge, as recognised by this year's DJ Magazine accolade of 66th in the global club rankings.

The most noticeable change is the repositioning of the upstairs bar area, freeing up a considerably larger dancefloor space and clearing access routes for service. With both our visiting guests and regular revellers in mind, we have doubled the size of the DJ booth and relocated it to afford a better view of the performer no matter your position in the room. The lighting rig has been upgraded, with state of the art visuals put in, and numerous infill speakers have been fitted to further bolster the intensity and clarity of sound that our renowned, custom-built Funktion One Dance Stacks provide.

Crucially, while the layout may have shifted, we've given careful consideration to keeping the capacity fixed, in order to maintain the kind of unique atmosphere that makes Stealth one of the most celebrated venues both nationally and internationally, for artists and fans alike.

We look forward to having you join us in the coming weeks/months.

Stealth x

Interview with Tomb Crew!


Stealth’s very own Tomb Crew return to the Nottingham scene on the 31st of August, and it’s set to be an unmissable night. With a booth prowess to rival Cirque du Soleil (it’s quite fun), and a selection of tracks to make you reminisce of the better days of reggae dance halls (think Snoop Dogg’s ‘Beautiful’ video, only put the music on acid). The boys have made a name for themselves by disbanding the pretence behind dance music, and it shows.
They got Hz On They Tz and I got interrogative on they scene and loves.


What initially got you into DJing and producing the music you do?

I got into DJing through playing at Rescue Rooms in Nottingham with a friend of mine. It started off as fun and grew into something that has taken over somewhat. Producing music was a natural progression from Djing. I started off making Bmore bootlegs and it grew from there. I always wanted to make music to reflect our DJ sets, which were, and always will be really eclectic.


So, would you guys would identify into a genre of trap so to speak? How do you feel it's going as a movement in the UK? Do you think there's a crowd for it? Is there a scene in London?

Funny enough, I'd say I don't really identify with Trap at all - I've always been really eclectic with Tomb Crew's approach to music and DJing, but Trap is something I've never really fallen for. I've made a couple of Trap-esque tunes and never really got a good feel for it. Coming from the UK, there's something about EDM or whatever you want to call it, (possibly a more American sound), that doesn't quite sit with me. I think there is a scene for it in the UK though, and there seems to plenty of 'Trap kids' about in London!

You seem a lot about having fun and disbanding the stigma of elitist electronic music - would you say this is a massive part of the job for you?

This is everything for us. It's why we started Tomb Crew. Music seemed to be far less serious in clubland when we started and we really thrived off that. There were 4 Dj's originally in Tomb Crew and we all came from different music backgrounds, so we all brought different things to the table. Hip Hop, Grime, Dubstep, House and Garage and more was all thrown in the bag. It's all about having fun, playing what you love, forgetting about genres and having a good dance.


In the past you've been described as "DJs with a live act feel" - what attributes to this and what can the Stealth audience expect?

I think it's because we've always had an MC with us that and in the beginning there was about 4 DJ's and sometimes more than one MC. It was always a bit more of a spectacle than a DJ set. We've never been about looking like you're checking your emails whilst you DJ.


London Hackney house party or scummy warehouse rave in the middle of nowhere?

Warehouse rave fo' sho! Never been to a warehouse rave that I didn't like.


Dirrrrty dutty whine or rythmic twerk?

Dutty whine all day long!


What's next for Tomb Crew?

We have a new single forthcoming on Four40 Records at the end of the summer called 'The Sermon' which features Rubi Dan from the Heatwave and Serocee from the Toddla T Sound. It's a bit of a carnival affair that one!


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