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For the second time, Make Noise are hosting a free autumn party on Wednesday 19th November at Newcastle’s Digital nightclub. The event is set to be the biggest event by the organisation to date, having previously held parties in Brighton, Belfast, London, Cardiff and Bristol.

The night is set to feature number one artist Secondcity, whose brand of house music has seen him break out with his banger I Wanna Feel. The Chicago-born producer – whose real name is Rowan Harrington – has released work on Strictly Rhythm and Saints and Sonnets. The main support is provided by his label mate Artifact, who recently supported Route 94 at their Newcastle show. Local DJ hero Marc Roberts and the Heavenly Jukebox round off the line up.

Make Noise’s manifesto has remained the same throughout its life, true to its partnership with the European Recycling Platform (ERP): to program cutting edge electronic music in some of the country’s best clubs and making entry completely free in exchange for a small item of broken or unwanted electronics for recycling. Attendees at the party on the 19th need only to bring some form of small electrical appliance to the venue (a broken mobile, a hairdryer, straighteners, that old unused charger from an old phone…) Anything with a plug or battery is accepted in exchange for entry.

The Make Noise Electronic Recycling Tour takes place at Digital, Newcastle on Wednesday 19th November.

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