Time to see in New Year with serious celebrations

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It’s billed as a New Year party unlike any other - an audio visual spectacular presented by Zeroh, the artists responsible for launching this year’s Coastal Currents with Point Of Decay.

They are aiming at a warehouse/loft style celebration featuring underground and classic dance music from the 1970s onwards - and tickets have already gone on sale. This is to happen in the The PrintWorks at America Ground. This event is not just about NYE but also about Zeroh returning to their roots by Djing and throwing parties, this time in their south coast home town.

Previously they put on killer parties in the North East during their University days and then in London and Brighton. Over the space of 15 years they ran Saturday night residencies at The Zap, The Escape and The Ocean Rooms in Brighton and Scaramanga @ The Dogstar, Brixton and The Back Bar in Soho.

Zeroh are Daniel Hardiker and Neil Hetherington who were also behind the well-loved Hastings Moth Project, which was street art using reverse graffiti technique around Hastings and St Leonards. Tickets from www.somethingunreal.com.