Jordan Suckley excites electronic music fans in Planet Trance headline slot at Manchester’s Sound Control

By Kevin Benson

Trance fans look set to be put into a spin at a brand new night at Manchester’s Sound Control.

Planet Trance, will showcase some of the hottest new trance talent, headlined by Jordan Suckley, who recently secured a monthly slot on BBC Radio 1.

The first event will take place on Saturday May 12 and will feature a spectacular atmospheric laser show with amazing 3D animation.

Jordan Suckley, whose recent gigs include slots at Creamfields, A State of Trance at Space in Ibiza and The Gallery at Ministry of Sound, was named the Breakthrough DJ/Producer of 2011 in DJ Mag.

Suckley also presents the monthly slot called In New DJs We Trust on BBC Radio 1 every fourth Thursday of the month, from 9pm – 10pm.

The lineup also includes a dazzling array of upcoming talent from the world of electronic music.

Kicking off the night is 24-year-old Sam Mitcham. The DJ/Producer lives between Manchester and Ibiza and featured on lineups at some of the UKs biggest Tech, Trance and Hard Dance nights including The Warehouse Project and the Cream Ibiza parties, to name but a few.

Steve Broderick has been making a name for himself over the last 18 months as a DJ on Trance.FM and his weekly show has grown into a monthly podcast on 1mix Radio.

Trance Arts, also known as Thomas Orlando is one of Germanys hottest up and coming trance DJs. The producer and DJ creates uplifting and progressive trance songs.

Veteran DJ John Martin began his career back in 1989 in Ibiza playing at the BCM club in Mallorca. He is well known for his amazing ability to touch the crowd through big builds and emotional breaks.

Peng Ngo, Director of Planet Trance Records said: “It’s going to be the most amazing atmospheric night ever seen in the UK.”

Mixmag will also be in attendance and the event will be filmed.

The event kicks off at 10:30pm and runs through until 4:00am. Tickets are available here.

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