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Resonate Presents: Pearson Sound on Saturday 24th March 2018
First off we want to say a huge thank you to everyone that made it down to our last event with DJ Stingray and Adam Shelton - it was an absolute vibe throughout the whole night, the music and the crowd were so on point and it was an incredible way to give one of Birmingham's best new venues a run for its money.
Next up we have one of the most important figures in the UK underground – co-founder of Hessle Audio, Pearson Sound. David “Pearson Sound” Kennedy’s productions have been at the forefront of UK dance music since his early percussion experiments as Ramadanman, helping to drive forward what is now known as the ‘post-dubstep’ sound, all the way through to his most recent floor-killing anthems such as ‘XLB’ and ‘Freeze Cycle’. Founding Hessle Audio, one of the biggest and noteworthy labels to come out of the UK in recent years, alongside biggest in the business Ben UFO and Pangaea further solidifies his importance to UK dance music and we cannot wait to bring him to Birmingham.
Pearson Sound Boiler Room >>>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ng1SLnCf7xU
Alongside him we bring back Birmingham stalwart, Adam Shelton. Pioneering One Records and becoming a huge part of the house music scene in Birmingham and around the UK, we know he’ll bring something special to the table. He absolutely smashed his set at our last party so you’d be silly to pass up on the opportunity to see him again.
On the warm up in room 1 we will have Resonate residents Jack D and Profex.
Online tickets from £7.50.
24th March 2018.
See you in the dance.
Music Genres: Bass Music, Electro, House, Techno, UK Garage
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