Annie Macmanus calls for the return of a ‘really valuable’ stolen USB stick full of music

DJ and author Annie Macmanus has asked for the safe return of her “precious” USB stick, which contains music she’s collected over the years.

The 44-year-old was DJing at her Before Midnight club night in London on Friday (December 9) when the USB drive was reportedly stolen.

According to DJ, the USB contains very important files.

“The music on this USB is really precious and very important to me,” Macmanus said in a statement.

“It’s years of collected music from shows I’ve done around the world and it would mean so much to me if you could do me the grace of returning it.”

Manmanus said there would be no consequences for the alleged theft if the cane was returned.

“There will be no consequences, I just want the music back,” she said.

Macmanus launched their Before Midnight Club Night this year, aimed at music lovers who like clubbing but don’t have the sleep deprivation.

Annie Macmanus is hoping for the return of her ‘precious’ USB

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After the first event in May, Macmanus posted a picture on Instagram to reflect on the event: “If crowd is the true measure of a party, then Before Midnight was out of this world.

“I honestly haven’t been in a room with that vibe in a long time,” she said.

“Club kids, veteran ravers, mothers and sons, people of all shapes and sizes, and everyone I spoke to either started the exchange with a heartfelt thank you or ended it as if I was doing some sort of public service,” she wrote.

On Tuesday (November 13) the DJ unveiled a line-up for 10 new nights to take place in 2023, including a Dublin date on St Patrick’s Day.

“From Glasgow to Margate, Belfast to Newcastle and Dublin on Paddy’s Day (jaaaaaaysus) wild times are ahead!” said the Irish DJ in her post.

Macmanus is a former Radio 1 DJ, podcast host and now an author. The 44-year-old has written two books and hosts a podcast changes. She also hosts her Before Midnight club night and hosts the Lost and Found Festival in Malta. Annie Macmanus calls for the return of a ‘really valuable’ stolen USB stick full of music


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