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Ministry Of Sound Creates First Fitness Nightclub

No matter what your preferred style of dancing is, grooving for 6 hours straight is a workout in itself.  Most people can relate to the soreness felt after a long night of dancing, and there are striking similarities in the exhaustion post festival and post leg day at the gym.   194 more words

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DJ HARVEY CONFIRMS EXCLUSIVE FOUR-SHOW RESIDENCY AT LONDON'S MINISTRY OF SOUND

DJ Harvey will play an exclusive four-date residency at London’s Ministry of Sound kicking off on Saturday 8th April.

Subsequent dates will follow seasonally throughout the year — with dates in summer, autumn and winter – forming Harvey’s exclusive UK DJ dates for 2017. 82 more words

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Sonja Moses HIITBOX Event: Ministry of Sound Club 2017

Do you trust your survival instincts?

Sunday morning I arrived at the Ministry of Sound Club in Gaunt Street, London to take part it Sonja Moses HIITBOX event. 1,036 more words

Royal Holloway

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As promised, here is a post dedicated purely to Royal Holloway. Not many people have heard of it, so I’m here to tell you (truthfully) about what it’s like to be here, what there is to do, where there is to go and what is important here. 692 more words

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Ministry of Sound to Head to Bolton for 25-year Celebrations

Dance music superpower Ministry of Sound is heading to up north to Bolton. The Waveform Transmitter’s Ste Knight has the details of what is set to be a big event for the town. 232 more words

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Throwback Compilation Albums

As it’s the last day of Throwback Week, I thought I’d share with you some of my favourite throwback compilation albums! These are all by Ministry of Sound because I feel they produce some of the best decade club / dance compilation albums – they have a brilliant mix of songs, and the last 3 tracks are continuous mixes! 260 more words

London Grammar "Rooting For You" (Ministry of Sound/Metal & Dust Recordings, 2017)

Let the goosebumps rise, and give into the unearthly, unwavering feelings of cathedral-like space when hitting play on this stunning track from London Grammar. We’ve been waiting a long time at The Broken Chord for new work from this British trio, and the wait was worth every second of this short 4-minute single… 211 more words

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