Carlisle ravers uber have been firm Skiddle favourites throughout their seven year life-cycle, putting on the kind of parties that belong deep in the heart of a clubbing Metropolis and not the seemingly barren clubbing landscape of Carlisle. Their dedication was proven once more in September, when they announced their seventh birthday earlier to feature none other than Groove Armada.
That line-up has just got that little bit bigger as well with the inclusion of Glaswegian deep house doyens Silicone Soul. Famed for their Curtis Mayfield sampling 'Right On' (above), the duo have been making the kind of melody heavy house music that has been a fixture at clubs across the globe for fifteen years. Signed to Slam's hugely influential Soma records, they've patented a sound that fuses rolling grooves with emotive textures, existing outside of trends and musical fashions to retain a unique trademark.
It's their Darkroom Dubs that have made them adored by DJs however, distilling their sound into a series of productions that do exactly what they say on the tin - blissed out collages perfect for darkened rooms and deeper sounds. They've also recently started a brand new weekly podcast series which showcases their knack as DJ as well, you can listen to the most recent below as a pointer of what to expect at Uber on the 30th November.
As well as Silicone Soul and Groove Armada, the event also features David Glass and a showcase from UNI records, the imprint of Uber's long term resident and promoter Ki Creighton.