Aerie Loft Party Ad Hoc Records Showcase on Saturday 27th October 2018
The Aerie Loft Party series sees Anti Social Jazz Club and Buyers Club invite some of our favourite DJs and selectors to Liverpool and take to the decks for a night of musical discovery.
After the success of its first instalment we invite Manchester-Based Ad Hoc Records to our loft space above the Buyers Club to showcase the talents of Tommy Tickle, Sid Quirk, Taurtollo and Bonya.
Tommy tickle / Meles Meles (https://bit.ly/2zPamvE)
Tommy's excellently received debut EP was released on Ad Hoc back in June of this year. Since then he has gone on to play slots at Latitude Festival, Hifi Club Leeds & Electric Picnic to name a few. You'll be treated to a fine selection of house, disco & funk, along w/ many of the mans own productions. With more releases already in the pipeline this is a name to watch out for.
Sid Quirk (https://bit.ly/2xVifhQ)
Sid contributed a sublime track to our second VA release back in 2017 & has been involved in Ad Hoc Records behind the scenes since the beginning. An incredibly diverse selector with immense taste who has supported the likes of FOLD, Baltra & Pender Street Steppers previously.
Taurtollo's EP 'Bounded Palm', released on Ad Hoc Records last year, was described as 'an absorbingly expansive listen...undoubtedly the work of a crate digger and someone who is in tune with a global music culture far beyond Westernised song structure' (https://bit.ly/2DSo19i). Expect a wide-ranging mix of world, house, funk, soul & jazz.
Ad Hoc Records newcomer Bonya will be getting the room heated before Taurtollo takes the reigns. From Marcos Valle to Guru, no style goes untouched with his selection of dance floor movers.
Supported by Melodic Distraction DJs.
Aerie (C/O Buyers Club)
6pm till late
24 Hardman Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 9AX
Music Genres: Electronic, Funk, House, Jazz
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