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Kitten Club Takeover @ 23 Bath St on Friday 15th October 2021
We're proud to announce Kitten Club are making their 23 debut, and bringing a beast of a line up along for the ride.
If it wasn't enough to have residents Kittens Artemis, Demetria & Eresid with us, they're bringing a seriously loaded line-up with them.
Paige Watson aka Rampaige is a rising force to be reckoned with. Growing up within the South West party scene she found her flavour, but after moving to Algarve in Portugal did she discover her true passion for music. From heavy beats and rolling drums with Jungle and DnB roots strong, Rampaige is here to make an impact just like her name suggests.
Bish Drum & Bass DJ & producer, Bish A.K.A Jayke Bishop (28) has been blessing the Bristol rave scene for the last 9 years, being heavily influenced by rave music and its culture. Bish started his journey by playing at underground raves and small club nights back in 2012. Bish was originally well known for his energetic mash-up sets and always raised the energy while switching through the genres. Bish often used to enjoy starting sets at 130-140 BPM, ranging from House and Garage to Bassline Electro and Prog, always switching up and finishing on some heavyweight D'n'B. This genre variation and mastery of crowd energy reading and controlled Bish to playing at bigger events and festivals throughout Europe, such as Boomtown, Glastonbury and Outlook.
Alongside these the Kitten's are also being joined by HOLZ, Fluro, ERESID, HAWK1NG, TBM, APH, ESME and Bassweight Collective's own Prospa.
A stacked line-up you DO NOT want to miss!
Music Genres: Drum n Bass, EDM, Jungle, Techno, UK Garage
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