Old skool ravers feel the love for Moda's mystery
Taking inspiration from the warehouse parties of the late 80s and early 90s, Moda continue to recreate history.
They are back yet again for their second warehouse party of the year this weekend after a stunning debut back in May.
Some of the most exciting modern house DJs will be in tow at a location which is being kept secret until the day of the event.
The last affair was held at a warehouse off a quiet country road near the Lincolnshire Showground, where 800 clubbers recaptured the warehouse spirit.
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"The last party pretty much became the stuff of legend," said Andy George, who along with Jaymo has turned Moda Black into a trailblazing label for house music.
"There was mystery, apprehension, intrigue and excitement; the atmosphere and experience was like nothing Lincoln had ever seen.
"The feedback we had after the last was amazing and that's been reflected in the ticket sales."
Among the acts who will be showcasing the latest in underground house will be Eats Everything, Breach, Ben Pearce and Jaymo & Andy George.
Eats Everything is a longtime friend of Moda and his distinctive sounds have made him a huge favourite not just in the UK but all over the world.
Breach is a producer, singer and songwriter and delivered the world conquering anthem Jack. As Ben Westbeech he's released two critically-acclaimed albums.
Finally, Ben Pearce has longstanding foundations in underground electronic music, thanks to a wealth of killer releases and the sterling output on his Purp & Soul record label.
Pearce's crossover record What I Might Do reached number seven in the UK charts.
His Moda debut promises to be something special.
"It's a terrific line-up and we are looking forward to Ben and Breach's Moda debut," Andy added.
All earlybird tickets for this weekend have sold out but general tickets at £17.50 are still available.
To book go to www.thisismoda.com/ warehouse or www.ticketweb.co.uk
You can also buy them from YAK and Kind Bar at the top of Lincoln's High Street.
The venue location will be revealed on the Moda website at midday on October 19.