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Seven Days: Clubs: Clubgoss.

Byline: with Emma Johnson

NEXT Saturday sees the return of Garlands Bright Young Things, introducing the future heroes of dance with a first appearance from Tyler-Leigh, while Dave and Huey keep it funky upstairs.

UNLIKE holiday makers Circus and Kookoo, Generate is still full on for this month's bash. It's back at the Masque tomorrow night with a stonking line- up including the debut appearance of M-Zone, Kutski, Danny Ellis, Woodsy and Mitch Sanders.

LOOK out for the new single from local boys the Klubrockers -- it's in the shops now on Donk Records and it's a new reworking of the Happy Clappers anthem I Believe.

IF you fancy a weekend away, the highlight of the hip hop calendar hits London on September 4 and 5, with the DMC/ Technics World Mixing Championships at the Carling Hammersmith Apollo.

This competition sorts the stars from the wannabes on the decks.

You can expect live PAs from the Jungle Brothers (pictured) and the X-Ecutioners. Call 0870 534 4444 for tickets.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Aug 13, 2004
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