RESIDENT DJs at the world famous Subculture club night, Harri & Domenic, will be heading to Carlisle on Easter Sunday.

The duo will be headlining at The Venue on April 1, joined by local disco doyens The Dead Horse Gang.

Harri & Domenic have both been putting on parties at the Sub Club, in Glasgow, for more than 20 years, and the Subculture night is now the longest-running in the world, welcoming the industry's biggest names.

Harri started the infamous Sub Club weekly Atlantis in 1990 alongside Slam duo Stuart McMillan and Orde Meikle, but after their departure in 1994, talented youngster Domenic Cappello stepped into the fold and Subculture has been going strong ever since.

They have hosted the cream of international house DJs and always embraced and sought out the most innovative and culturally relevant electronic music - regardless of fickle fashions or commercial pressures.

Together and independently, Harri & Domenic have headlined slots at the UK’s most important underground clubs such as Back2Basics in Leeds, Chibuku in Liverpool, and Fabric in London, as well as international dancefloors such as Berlin's Panorama Bar, The Rex in Paris, Moog in Barcelona and Propaganda in Moscow.

The duo have also recorded two Subculture mix CDs on Arista and Loaded and one on Soma. Their Resident Advisor podcast in August 2010 was widely acclaimed, as was their Pete Tong Essential Mix for BBC Radio

Creating and recording music under various other monikers, Harri has had chart success with I Feel Good Things For You as Daddy's Favourite, and featured on numerous house compilations.

Harri has also scored several top 20 DJ Magazine Hype Chart hits from the 90s to the present day.

Domenic too has established himself as one of the world’s most credible and consistently innovative DJs. His sound represents a marriage between the underground house and techno sounds of Chicago and Detroit, and as co-founder of Seventh Sign Recordings, he has released under several different alter-egos including Urb’n’ri and Hutton Drive on Glasgow’s Soma label, 2020 Vision, Frantic Flowers and other respected independent imprints.

The Dead Horse Gang’s Mike Yates and Douglas will be warming things up with their trademark cosmic slow jams, edits, disco and house.

Doors for the show at The Venue on Sunday April 1 open at 10pm, and tickets are available in advance via