Clive Henry is a name synonymous with Ibiza and more specifically, DC10 and the infamous Circo Loco Monday parties. A key fixture in the club night's listings and a firm crowd favourite, the London-raised DJ and producer is renowned for dominating dancefloors both on the White Isle and much further afield.
As one of the longest standing artists on the underground scene, Clive's musical journey began back in the mid-eighties when he was working after school to earn money to feed his vinyl addiction. From there on his passion grew listening to electro and hip hop on pirate stations, before being introduced to London's early acid house scene by Rocky and Diesel from Xpress 2.
In the years that followed, Clive Henry ran his own successful club nights and began playing at them, something which led to bookings at other clubs around the UK. In 1998 he founded the Low Pressings label with Justin Drake, they teamed up to become the production outfit Peace Division. During this time he headed to Ibiza every summer and it wasn't long before he was snapped up to play at DC10, where he then became a resident.
Having played mUmU in Liverpool numerous times in previous years, it only made sense for Clive to return for the techno authority's 9th birthday. He'll play the Great Baltic Warehouse as party of their day and night celebrations on 4th February.
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