| Homelands 2003 |
|THE STRONGBOW ROOMS at We Love Homelands|
The son of an original rock icon, 27 year old Louis Osbourne has carved his own musical niche around the world DJing across the globe over the last seven years. Rocking dance floors all over with his trademark blend of deep soulful house and melodic techno, Louis has led the way of the groove with his Ibiza residencies at Cream @ Amnesia, Café Mambo and El Divino Sunset Café, and is about to release a compilation for the prestigious DJ Mix series with New York label Blue Chip Recordings.
Martin Metcalf is the South Coast's leading US house and garage connoisseur. Martin's radio show on Power FM every Friday is a cult airwave party that punters will be able to experience exclusively in The Strongbow Rooms.
Jim Byers, Matt Dix and Ben Arnold have been DJing and promoting in London, Nottingham, Edinburgh and beyond for the last 10 years. Most recently, they were resident DJs and promoters of 'BurnitBlue presents ', a weekly Friday night house club at London's legendary Bar Rumba. Between them, they have promoted and played at some of the finest clubs in the UK, including Fabric, The Bomb, Ministry Of Sound, The Cross and Pacha.
Designed to suit the mood of the moment whatever the time of day or night, The Strongbow Rooms is the only progressive party space on the UK festival circuit! Kick off the day in the games room with table football and games consoles. Chill in the afternoon heat on the wooden sundeck to blissed-out Balearic beats. Party on the dance floor at dusk to the sounds of The Strongbow Rooms resident DJs and special guests
Changing from bar in the day to club at sunset, it's whatever you want it to be!
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