Ital­ian DJ duo to play by hook or by crook

Evening Express (City Final) - The Guide - - MUSIC SCENE - e-mail Marie-Claire at: mc.jones@ajl.co.uk

AN ITAL­IAN DJ duo will play Aberdeen to­mor­row for the last Let It Bleed party be­fore the sum­mer. great night. Their name in English means “crooked” – and its one that sums up their quirky, eclec­tic sound. Ac­tive since 2003, they are in­spired by hip hop and have remixed a long list of big names such as Ar­mand Van Helden, U2 and The Chem­i­cal Brothers, just to name a few. Their cult sin­gle – a remix of Day ’n’ Night from Kid Cudi – climbed to the top of the world­wide charts in 20 dif­fer­ent coun­tries. An all-new light­ing rig means there will be strobes, lasers and ef­fects galore to mark the end of the sea­son. And if the suc­cess of the last few LIB par­ties is any­thing to go by – with guests Fake Blood and Aero­plane bring­ing the house down – this will be a very spe­cial night in­deed. Sup­port comes from Giles Walker and Mini Klaus from 11pm. Let It Bleed will be back with more big name head­lin­ers in Septem­ber.

QUIRKY: Crook­ers will be tak­ing to the decks at The Fo­rum. The mighty Crook­ers will be tak­ing to the decks of The Fo­rum, for what prom­ises to be an­other CLUB­BING: Snafu will host Dot To Dot.

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