Pearson Sound’s Acetate and Tanum Sound System will be heading to Manchester and Leeds in the New Year for a pair of fundraiser parties.
On January 24, they will head to Manchester’s Soup Kitchen, where they will be joined by Akash, Mellowdramatics and one of Mixmag’s 2019 Breakthrough DJs of the Year, Anz.
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The next evening, they will head to Acetate’s regular base, Leeds’ the Wire, where Pearson Sound and Tanum organisers Klaus and Winsom will welcome Tanum affiliates Junior Loves, Crease and Keef
Both parties will raise funds for Greater Manchester Immigration Aid Unit & Positive Action For Refugees and Asylum Seekers; the DJs, venues and Resident Advisor Tickets will donate a large percentage of their fees.
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