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KOMA & BONES, 10 RAPID @ FILTHY HABIT – SAT 20th October – Reopening Party

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FILTHY HABIT

Every 3rd Saturday of the month

@ The Mint Club, Leeds

10pm – 6am

Reopening Party - Saturday 20th October

Filthy Habit Presents:

A very exciting party courtesy of our friends at BURRITO RECORDS with

KOMA & BONES

10 RAPID

Filthy Residents

Mike Lawton

Doz

Zeps

Richard Birkett

Kev By Numbers

£7 NUS/Guestlist

£10 all others

Koma & Bones have been at the forefront of the electronic music scene for 6 years, after releasing 2 critically acclaimed artist albums and a stunning Y4K mix the boys have gone on to gain DJ support from a diverse range of artists including Laurent Garnier, Funk Dvoid, Meat Katie, Adam Freeland, James Zabielia, and Lee Coombs amongst others. Their new project Burrito Records has been a platform for releasing their own production & remixes and helped to launch a new generation of beat freaks including Metric, Jinx, and 10 Rapid.

This year we are coming back to our home at the Mint Club but be sure to keep a look out for some very special after parties and a number of dates including:

Tribal Sessions, Sankeys, Manchester – 30th October

The Mint Club – 17th November

www.myspace.com/findthefilth

www.filthyhabit.blogspot.com

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FILTHY HABIT INFO

This year we are coming back to our home at the Mint Club, Leeds to bring you some of the most upfront music in city: With a healthy disregard for genre we’ll take you on trip from breakbeat, tech house to electro and everything in between. This year we hark back to our rave roots and bring you a laidback vibe where all the freaks can come out to play. Act how you want, dress how you want, let your inner freak out and never ever feel uncomfortable in our playground for grown up kids.

Filthy Habit presents:

KOMA & BONES, 10 RAPID - BURRITO RECORDS

Saturday 20th October

10pm – 06.00am

The Mint Club, 8 Harrison Street, Leeds, LS1 6PA (Behind Primark)

Tel: 0113 244 3168

Websites:

www.myspace.com/findthefilth

www.filthyhabit.blogspot.com

www.facebook.com

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