Shadow City x Abandon Silence: Midland, Gideon and more on Friday 3rd November 2017
Shadow City and Abandon Silence are pleased to present a very intimate 300 cap show with one of the most talented artists in the scene, Midland, as part of his Autumn tour.
Having produced arguably the best house tune of the last three years, with Final Credits, Midland has now become a staple of any decent dance music line up. But our interest in him dates back much further than then.
Having come to our attention in 2010, Harry Agius has established himself as jack of all trades, a chameleonic talent, within the dance music landscape who's productions span from four to the floor club cuts to modern pop songs with a twist.
Primarily a house DJ, Midland's high energy sets see him flirt with techno, disco and the drum heavy sounds of his native UK. His mixing technique pays homage to his English upbringing just as much as it does to a smoother European. Through his DJ sets, productions and record labels, Midland's output is unassuming and surprising in equal measure, immediately subtle, refined and raucous. This undeniable talent is definitely someone you don't want to miss.
Supporting Midland we have London based DJ, vinyl archivist and musical curator Gideön. Perhaps most well known as the creative mind behind the hybrid art and music installations currently part of the Block 9 portfolio at Glastonbury. Gideön's ability as a creator and programmer for this amazing spectacle suggests a deep knowledge and understanding of club music, an eclectic taste we're sure will shine through when we welcome him to Birmingham.
This event is strictly limited capacity. Taking place in Rainbow's new intimate venue, we hope you can join us for what will surely be a night of unparalleled brilliance.
Shadow City Soundsystem
Andrew Hill & Tom Lye
STRICTLY 300 CAP
Music Genres: Disco, House, Techno
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