Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 December 2014

Pop/Dance Music 07/08/09

Miss Que Tee
Miss Que Tee

Clubbers will notice a distinctly different musical ‘flava' on the playlist at Portrush club Traks in future, as the previously trance and dance-heavy Main Room offering on Saturday nights have been brought bang up-to-date with a fresh and funky R&B vibe and an upcoming influx of guest DJs confirmed who will be bringing a ghetto-fabulous groove to the seaside superclub.

Speak With Your Hips launched last week with some very well-received performances by DJs Cutmaster Swift and Artful Dodger. Tomorrow night, it's the turn of London's ‘Urban Goddess' Miss Que Tee, who is lined-up to make an appearance behind the decks, alongside newly-recruited Traks resident Bobby Analog.

She's one of the UK's few female Asian DJs and her still-young career has quickly taken her from playing sets in student union bars and small clubs, to headlining some of the country's biggest venues, as well as appearances at high-profile club events across the world. Fans of the club's traditional trance and dance tunes are still being catered for downstairs, with resident DJ Steve Graham selecting the best in electronic dancefloor delights and the following Saturday sees a return of Germany's DJ Sacha and his Sash! show, complete with a beachwear theme.

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