Annie Mac calls for the return of stolen USB: “There will be no repercussions, I just want the music back”
The former BBC Radio 1 DJ had her USB stolen out from the booth at her London show last week
Annie Mac has had her USB which contains “a decade’s worth of music” stolen from the booth of her own club night last week.
Taken on December 9, the former BBC Radio 1 DJ is requesting for the person to return the USB and she states there will be “no repercussions”.
Mac had been DJing at HERE, London as part of her new club night series Before Midnightwhich is designed “for people who need sleep”.
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In a statement, Annie Mac said: “The music on that USB is truly precious and really important to me. It’s years and years of collected music from shows I’ve done all over the world and it would mean so much to me if you could do me the grace of returning it. There will be no repercussions, I just want the music back. Thank you. Annie”.
The USB can be anonymously returned to Locket / Goodlife Management, FAO/Annie Mac, 3rd Floor, 11-13 Market Square, London W1W8AH.
The new series starts has people raving from 7PM until midnight with tickets for this particular evening selling out within minutes.
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As Mac previously said on the series: "Before Midnight is a chance for me to play long DJ sets with all my favourite records, those ones that spark joy, and a chance for you to have all the fun, the euphoria and the wild abandon you need and STILL get a good night's sleep.”
Yesterday, she took to social media to announce ten more Before Midnight shows around the UK and Ireland for 2023 with tickets available on Friday.
Check out all the dates to Before Midnight 2023 below.
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