Tag Archives: Pangaea

Throwback event: Pangaea Level 10

Pangaea returned for its January edition, providing the opportunity for many wearied students to let loose the exam induced frustration that had been accumulating since the bleak entry into the New Year. Pixelated Pac(wo)men and ghosts were pinging around; Mario and Luigi were also in abundance, but by far the most popular get-up was the […]

The Pill Report: Mala at Pangaea

Pangaea is the infamous Manchester student fancy dress all night festival. Featuring a plethora of acts including Sister Sledge, Boddika, Mala and Submotion Orchestra, it takes charge of all three/four floors of the University of Manchester Student Union for a night and morning of revelry, fancy dress and people getting as spangled as possible in […]

Interview: Mala

Ten years ago, Mala (AKA Mark Lawrence) set up legendary dubstep label DMZ, a moniker of his production outfit Digital Mystikz with his high-school friend Coki, alongside Loefah (known widely for bass label Swamp81) and Sgt. Pokes. It happened by accident, as Big Apple Records shut down just after Digital Mystikz’s first release on the label and their first club night […]

Events worth leaving the house for: April

As the dust from a mammoth Easter weekend settles, we take a look at the best events happening in Manchester this month. Featuring the likes of 1-800 Dinosaur, Ron Morelli, Alexander Nut, Robert Hood and Omar S. The Red Bull Music Academy Tour hits Manchester from 16th – 18th April, you can  find a separate feature on […]

News: Party (at Pangaea) for the People raises £2000

Ethical online ticket seller (yes, that is ‘ticket seller’ and ‘ethical’ in the same sentence) Party for the People (PTFP) and Pangaea have raised £2000 for three chosen charities, before the festival has even begun. PTFP is an online ticketing site, where profit from oft’ dreaded/ resented booking fee goes directly to charitable organisations. From humble beginnings […]

Throwback: Pangaea – Rumble in the Jungle

Pangaea returned to the Student Union for the second time under its end-of-freshers guise, offering the promise of a musically rewarding night after an entire week of traffic light parties, and first-week debauchery. ‘Rumble in the Jungle’ was the theme of this year’s instalment, though a sweep of the generally poor fancy dress efforts in […]