Some changes had to be made this month here at Lancashire PA hire. We took the opportunity to get rid of 2 Void basys amps for the basys system and the micro system as its better to use processed amplifiers rather than the purpose built ones. Don’t get me wrong the basys amps are good but you just don’t get full control with them so they are going on Ebay this week. They have been replaced with an Ecler 2000 amplifier running along side a Void Kryo 6 and the other system will use the Void Viper amp, both processed with behringer processors.

We are still waiting for our Arcline X 15inch speaker driver to come back from repair but it is dragging on a bit now, how it got damaged in the first place is a mystery but nothing is indestructable so fingers crossed it will come back asap.

On the purchase side of things we would like to buy one Pioneer CDJ 1000 MK3 but what should be the purchase price. Debatable if it should be high or low but we have a price we WANT to pay, we will keep you informed.

Finally if your looking for an awesome night out just remember that here in the UK, we are spoilt for choice when it comes to going out on the town. From local, traditional pubs to trendy, cosmopolitan bars to funky, modern clubs, the UK has it all. Everyone has their favourite place to go out for a night on the tiles, but you might be missing out on a better place just down the road. In this post, we will list what we think are the Top 5 nightclubs here in the UK.

1. Ministry of Sound Attracting over 5000 clubbers every weekend, the Ministry is one of the most famous clubs in the world. Host to all the major DJ’s and artists like Eminem, the club has been a focal point of music for the last 20 years since it opened. You will be greeted by thumping techno and house music most nights and the main dance floor is an impressive size full of unrestrained revellers.

2. Fabric Renowned for focusing on the music, Fabric has become probably the best electronic clubs in the world. There are three rooms inside which can hold 1800 revellers who come for dancing and great music. The atmosphere in Fabric is second to none, and that’s one of the reasons why it has become a major destination for DJ’s from all over the world. Simply cannot be missed!

3. The Magnet Located below ground, this hidden gem will feel like you’re being transported back in time to a New York speakeasy. The crowd is made up mostly of young professionals and students which makes for a young, friendly vibe. But don’t forget about the music,

4. Plan B The club is firmly putting Brixton back on the map as a premier music venue in London. Attracting A-list musicians on the ground floor and up and coming artists given a cool platform downstairs, the club is upbeat and bustling with young people.

5. Q Club Located in Birmingham, Q Club plays host to an eclectic music scene different from high street clubs. Set in a gorgeous grade II listed building and reopened with a fresh look, the club has attracted big names and with good reason. The main floor is laid out superbly with a fantastic sound system that makes the music feel alive.