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2005
Slide with Lottie
Lottie
Lottie

Slide's Summer Ball invited back not only their favourite lady but a host of their best talent for a balmy night of hot house beats.

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By Matt Wilkins

The room began to fill out quite nicely as James Weston dropped some more acidic and twisted beats in the first set of the evening. It was good enough to get people onto the dancefloor to start the night going, but as the set climaxed the rush for the podium reached fever pitch as he played the new Kurd Maverick remix of the classic Pump up the Jam by Technotronic much to the crowds delight.

Emily Williams then took over and played a much more straight up house set. The drum beats were more baleric than James's, but it was a nice juxtaposition to be at after the tougher approach that was taken on earlier. At this point though it was time to hit the bar for a bit until Lottie began in order to recharge the batteries.

Lottie is the number one lady in house for a reason, her uncompromising tribal style. It has won her fans all over the world and a fair few hundred were packed in to see her at Slide for the second time in seven months. She took the crowd on her traditional mix up of all the various guises of house that leaves you with the impossible task of putting together a tracklist afterwards, however you don't care, as you have just spent two and a bit hours listening to the finest underground music on offer at the time.

Roll on next month!

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