Bristol clubnight and mix series


Sat 26 Apr 2014 – Hudson Mohawke, SOPHIE, Gage & more [Bristol]

Saturday 26th April 2014
Start the Bus, Bristol

And for our second April party – we finally bring Glasgow superhero Hudson Mohawke to Crazylegs in perhaps the most intimate setting you’ll catch him all year.

Supporting, Numbers’ SOPHIE and our very own Gage.

Hudson Mohawke
Shaun P

A limited second batch of tickets is on sale now here.

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Gage — Telo / Shiftin [LEGS004]

Our first release of 2014 is the debut 12″ from the newest member of the Crazylegs family, Gage.

Buy digital:

Vinyl ships next week but if you buy now from Boomkat you get the mp3s instantly for free.

• Mixmag premiered Telo, calling it “fresh-as-you-like”
• FACT premiered Shiftin, calling Gage “a serious talent”, and rated Telo track of the week in Singles Club
• Trap Magazine reviewed, saying “this record will try to hurt you – do not attempt to defend yourself”
• Passionweiss used Telo as lead example in a feature on “the malleability of genre”
• “Huge and wonderfully weird” — Blackdown, Keysound
• ”I love these tracks!” — Untold, Hemlock
• ”Bloody brilliant!” — Robin Carolan, Tri Angle
• ”Def my fav release on CL yet. This is absolutely massive” — J Cush, Future Brown

Catch Gage live soon

27/3: Shipping Forecast, Liverpool
4/4: OT301, Amsterdam
26/4: Start the Bus, Bristol
29/5: Lightbox, London
6/6: Basement 45, Bristol

+ more to be announced shortly

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A bit about us

Crazylegs is a Bristol party institution, founded by Shandy and Jambo in 2008 to provide a platform for innovative, forward-thinking dance music that wasn’t getting a look-in elsewhere in the city.

Creative, multi-genre lineups became our trademark, blending dubstep, bassline, grime, garage and funky, laying the foundations of the “bass music” movement that quickly took hold of the city. By late 2010, Crazylegs was at the forefront of Bristol’s world-renowned club scene.

Now approaching our fifth birthday and over sixty parties deep, we’re proud to have maintained the essence of Crazylegs — consistently seeking out new sounds, introducing the city to dozens of DJs and producers who now headline festivals all over the world.

In 2012 we decided it was time to make a more concrete commitment to the music we believe in — by putting vinyl on the shelf. Warmly-received debut releases from Ziro and Toyc have paved the way for a label we hope can become as essential as the clubnight that gave birth to it.

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