Stealth archives: 2012

Mak & Pasteman & The Heartbreaks (live) at St Vs R!, Stealth & The Rescue Rooms

  • Saturday 12th May 2012
  • Supported by: Mak & Pasteman, The Heartbreaks (live), Rescued! DJs, M.M.H.A, D'lex


stealth vs rescued

Voted 'Nottingham's Best Club Night' 2009 & 2010
Every Saturday at Stealth & The Rescue Rooms


Saturday 12th May, 2012

MAK & PASTEMAN (Shifting Peaks/Senseless Records)

Leeds/Nottingham duo Mak & Pasteman might be in their 20’s, but their musical influences stretch from the funk and soul of the 60/70’s, through Juan Atkins’ proto-techno to soulful house, D n B’ and UK Garage.

Mak & Pasteman grew up on a diet of electronica, hip hop, breaks, garage, house and techno, having an appreciation of both the old and new in bass music. Their style is best described as a cocktail of these influences with their multi genre style fusing new and old sounds with modern production techniques and heavy sub bass. Mak’s a resident at at Metropolis, Reclaim the Dancefloor, Ibiza Rocks and Wax On; Pasteman has also resided at Metropolis, Bigger Than Barry and The Bash Out. With releases forthcoming on Lobster Boy, SOS, Second To None, DiaMind, Wicked Bass, No Stranger To Danger and Ministry of Sound, M&P are interesting a diverse range of industry heads.

Mak & Pasteman - Do The Same (VIP) by Mak & Pasteman

LFO - LFO (Mak & Pasteman Leeds Basshouse Mix) Ripped From NY Transit Authority FACT Mix by Mak & Pasteman

With their unique take on the resurgent new sound of House and Garage, they've attracted the attention of numerous DJs, gaining regular plays on BBC Radio 1 and Rinse FM.


◆ RESCUED! is Nottingham's biggest Indie Disco, taking place in the Rescue Rooms Venue each Saturday as part of Stealth Vs Rescued.



The Heartbreaks have managed to fuse the spirit of classic British songwriting and ear nagging melody - shooting a bolt of lightning up the spine of British guitar music.

Growing up on a diet of “Northern soul, Motown, Elvis Costello, The Jesus And Mary Chain, Bruce Springsteen and Orange Juice”, the band ditched their jobs as Ice-Cream men in the seaside town of Morcambe and made the journey to Manchester with the aim of becoming "the next great British Band".

Fresh from touring with Morrissey & Carl Barat, and with an album co-produced by Edwyn Collins they are certainly on the right track.


◆ M.M.H.A with The Milkman !!!

The Red Room will be hosted by The Milkman who will be playing the best (and worst) in POP all night long.

& lots more TBC.


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Free Entry before 10.15pm / Open until 5am / Drinks offers all night


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